Porto has fast become a popular European city break destination and is brimming with quality food and drink of the region. Here are a few of the best spots.
Food Blogs and Travel Food Blogs
These are all of our food blogs at A Brit and a Broad.
We’re not going to lie, we absolutely love everything about food. For us, a huge part of travelling is discovering new restaurants, trying new dishes, soaking up the atmosphere, all of it, and it can really make or break a destination.
Over the years we’ve been lucky enough to eat out at some of the world’s finest restaurants, but we also love eating paad thai on the side of the road in Thailand too! As long as it tastes good, we’ll eat it (hey, we’ll probably eat it even if it doesn’t taste good!) If you’re looking for some of the best places to eat on your travels then read some of our food blogs; just make sure you pack your appetite too!
With an abundance of molecular gastronomy, modern techniques and can’t-quite-believe-it textures, Disfrutar delivers a dining experience like no other.
We caught up with Anne Nivíka Grødem, a prominent food blogger and instagrammer in Nuuk, to talk about Greenlandic good culture and where things are headed.
Sarfalik mixes contemporary cooking with traditional ingredients and flavours, but is it the best restaurant in Greenland? Find out what we think of Sarfalik!
Tofino in British Columbia is known for its beautiful beaches, surf culture and gorgeous hikes. But now, you can add foodie haven to that list too.
If you want to learn about Turkish culture while sinking your teeth into its delicious cuisine at the same time then take a food tour of Istanbul!
In the luscious grounds of Bodega Largarde with the Andes mountains in the background, you couldn’t ask for a prettier setting to have lunch.
The number one activity in the Colchagua Valley is wine tasting, and you can’t visit this part of the world without trying a few glasses (or bottles!) of wine.
Recently I went on a food tour with Uncorked Cooking in Santiago where I learned how to make civiche, empanadas and peras al vino tinto.
Is it safe to eat street food in Central America? Well, here are some hints and tips on eating street food in Central America and how to avoid getting ill.
After travelling through Central America I would argue that a michelada moment is the perfect way to unwind for the day. Refreshing, rejuvenating, just perfect.
In this episode Macca and Brianna get a little taste of Oaxaca, a city that’s famous for its food, from eating tacos to deep fried crickets and live maggots.
The food in Bolivia ranges from meat and potatoes to delicious baked treats, and I’ve done my best to try every weird and wonderful thing.