The best food festival in Italy. Sagra del Fungo in Borgotaro.

Italy is of course known for many things, perhaps most prominently is their food. It's hard to deny the global appeal of Italian cuisine, especially from the North of Italy where fats and fruits, grains and grape collide. So, to say one has found the best food festival in Italy is a pretty tall order.... Continue Reading →

The most unique restaurant in Berlin. Nobelhart & Schmutzig.

Nobelhart und Schmutzig (@nobelhartundschmutzig) is not like any other restaurant you have been to. Supremely unique, undeniably authentic, and outstandingly delicious. The dream team duo Chef Micha Shafer (@michaschaefer) and Billy Wagner (@billywagnerwirt) have created a dining experience that lets you not only taste Berlin on a plate, but become part of the human tapestry... Continue Reading →

The best local eats in Amsterdam 2019

Amsterdam might not be known for its cuisine, but it should be, with some of the most innovative, delicious and down right fun food and dining experiences in Europe. From Appeltaarts that will melt your face with delicious rays, to frites that will haunt your dreams for years to come there are plenty of nibbles... Continue Reading →

Braud and Co. Reykjavik. Sexy Buns.

If you're looking for the butteriest, softest, crustiest, warmest, sweetest, and most delicious baked goods from croissants to glazed buns then welcome to Braud and Co in Reykjavik Iceland. I mean you can smell the goodness down the street, and lines form early to get these delicious pillows of heaven hot and fresh out of... Continue Reading →

Does Mario Batali’s food taste different?

Here's the deal ... I shot this segment before the "great fall" of Mario Batali, before the #metoo movement brought his behavior to the spotlight. For me, at the time innocent and naive of what he had done, it was a huge honor. A little youtube series about sandwiches had reached literally the biggest chef... Continue Reading →

Reykjavik Restaurant Guide 2019.

Reykjavik despite being on top of the world happens to be in the center of a restaurant revolution. The food in this relatively small city is creative, modern, and definitely delicious. While you have a selection of great places to eat, there are definitely a few restaurants that caught our eye, and stomachs, by surprise.... Continue Reading →

Rok Restaurant Reykjavik. So Hot.

Rok restaurant is HOT. Not just because the restaurant is a design dream, not because the staff is lovely, and not just because the food is heavenly. ROK takes dining to a whole new level, bringing you on a epic journey through nibbles and nectar like no other. Cured reindeer with browned butter, ceviche with... Continue Reading →

Check out the Brindle Room’s Massive Meatball Sub in NYC

Oh boy oh boy, we were on the lookout for the best meatball sub in the city and The Brindle Room gave us what we were looking for. Delicious, savory balls, with succulent sauce, and a crispy bread are the things that heaven is made of. So come take a ride on your taste buds... Continue Reading →

The best restaurant in Reykjavik 2019 is…

There are a ton of great restaurants in Reykjavik, so where should you go eat? You really can't go to Kol which takes a modern look at Icelandic culinary culture with sublimely curated dishes, along with an electrifying cocktail program. https://youtu.be/I-QE4g6N25Y House baked sourdough with cultured butter, Beef carpaccio with mouse and truffle mayo, Icelandic... Continue Reading →

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