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What to eat in Macau and where to eat in Macau
Macau is a foodie’s playground and the UNESCO World Heritage area is one of the first places I like to go to experience the city’s impressive food and drink scene. Intertwined with centuries-old World Heritage attractions are hundreds of places to try good street food and Macanese specialty snacks or...
Southern Highlands feast
The Southern Highlands of New South Wales is a fabulous place to enjoy find wonderful food and lovely scenery. Here are eight amazing foodie experiences to enjoy in the Southern Highlands in Spring and one very special glamping experience. Southern Highlands Food and Wine Food 1- Pie Time  Fancy pies and pinot? The Southern Highlands...
The cheese room at Eataly in Turin
Eating your way through the northern Italian province of Piedmont is one of life’s great pleasures. Aperitif, chocolate and coffee have long been a tradition in northern Italy. The province of Piedmont produces 36% of Italy’s chocolates, its capital Turin is home of the world-renown Lavazza coffee brand and...
taipa food
Taipa is a rewarding food and dining area in Macau. Every day, visitors file into this charming village in great numbers eager to nibble their way through the shops lining Rua do Cunha and other small streets near the Old Taipa Market. A delicious predicament faced by all when arriving...
canada food guide
Canada’s favourite culinary traditions are regional mainstays that stem from a heritage that goes back to the Aboriginal ancestors and Canada’s first European settlers. These days, traditional Canadian foods are dished up with fun fresh epicurean twists that have the mouths watering for a whole new generation of foodie...
Macau Portuguese Restaurants
The Portuguese legacy is still very much alive in Macau from the local Portuguese community to the culinary and art scene. Macau, with its city of gastronomy UNESCO status, is home to a melting pot of cuisines and one can dine very well without breaking the bank. From street...

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