Seville has a truly unique atmosphere and personality. To enjoy its spirit to the fullest, there is no better way than discovering new places to grab a bite and have some drinks with friends. Because that’s one of the best things about Seville: no matter how hard life is, there is always a time and place for a lively conversation paired with tapas. Today we want to share with you the ultimate list to eat like and with locals in Seville. Continue reading
We first visited this restaurant because we wanted to try their burgers. And they were gooood. The tartufo burger wass superb. But that day we didn’t have our camera with us so we came back…
1. Roast chicken with lemon and rosemary potatoes: this recipe is light but a has a lovely Sunday family dinner feel to it. Perfect to share with your loved ones. Pair it with chilled white wine.
2. Fancy salad: this is one of the first recipes we published. A succulent salad that mixes Jamón Ibérico and figs: an unexpected sweet and salty combination. Super easy but utterly delicious!
3. Exotic menu: this recipe screams dinner date. It’s a little bit sophisticated but natural and spicy. Indian food meets Mediterranean flavours with a touch of Japanese charm.
4. Mojito fruit salad: Fruit and Mojitos… is that a starter or a dessert? Anyway, it’s refreshing and tempting, just like a swimmingpool on a hot Sumemr day.
5. Burger all’amatriciana: Summer is the time for barbecues and this recipe can be a game changer. Roasted tomatoes and pancetta as a condiment. Need I say more?
6. A different chicken salad: marinated chicken, roasted green beans and a little bit of goat cheese. Healthy and full of flavour to say the least!
7. The best salad ever: no, we’re not exaggerating. This is the best salad ever.
We’re back from our holidays in Ibiza. That’s sad. Sigh! But we are full of energy and have lots of things to share with you, so this blog is coming back to its normal schedule! Let’s start with one of the highlights of our trip: a hidden restaurant in a tiny cave called Cala des Moltons. We were exploring the North of the island when we found this little foodie paradise.
For our last installment of our Gourmet Marylebone Series we wanted to share with you something very special: a vintage English afternoon tea. Inspired by the 40’s and 50 ‘s, the Reform Social grill offers a charming experience that includes delicate mismatched china, the finest fancies, classic finger sandwiches and sophisticated Bellinis.
Today we are going to share with you our new favourite place in the world. The place where we had one of the loveliest dinners we’ve ever had. A couple of weeks ago, we were wandering through Marylebone village when we came across this cheese shop. We loved it immediately and when we saw a little poster saying that on Monday and Friday nights they open for cheese and charcuterie tasting we new we had a plan for the evening. It sounded so friendly: no reservations, just bring your friends.
The last couple of weeks I’ve been looking for yummy inspiration and found several amazing food blogs. They are huge, I know, but I’ve just discovered them! Today I wanted to share with you four recipes that I’m super excited to try! Let’s start with a beautiful Spring salad. Honey-roasted pecans, blackberries and blue cheese?? I’m in!
This hotel is an exception in Copenhagen. No black and white minimal Nordic design. The Admiral hotel, a converted 18th century warehouse, is all about modern rustic comfort. This hotel gets everything right: from the location (a walking distance from the main cultural attractions and shopping areas) to its restaurant, Salt, where the modern Nordic cuisine combines the best traditional Danish products with a huge dose of imagination.
Last week we started our “Healthy Lunch” series and today we want to continue with a new delicious recipe that is tasty, low carb and really quick to prepare: cilantro lime cauliflower and roasted salmon.