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Taste for Travel: Istanbul Eats

Last month my husband and I spent six days exploring Turkey’s capital. While Istanbul itself is quite a frenetic and harried place, which made it hard to fall in love with the city, the food alone is worth travelling for. 937 more words

Balik Ekmek

NEW FOOD JOINT: PAPA PITTA POP-UP

PAPA PITTA
ADDRESS: Diplocks Market, 73 North Road, Brighton
WEBSITE: www.papapitta.com
TWITTER: @papapittalove

PRICE: £7-£8 pp
RATING: 4/5

I’ve discovered a new Brighton gem! The pop-up Cypriot restaurant,  530 more words

Foodie Reviews

Low Fat Tandoori Chicken Skewers

Wow, isn’t this sunshine just glorious! Summer has officially arrived in England and our barbeque has been on overdrive. Let’s hope it’s planning to stay around as I have a lot of summer treats in store for you, starting with this tandoori chicken beauty! 253 more words

Food

Chicken Satay Kebabs – 7pp

My other half loves chicken satay from the Chinese takeaway, but knowing how naughty it is, it’s not something we have very often. I’ve therefore wanted to make my own healthy version of satay chicken for a while now and this week I decided it was time to give it a go. 567 more words

Poultry Dishes

"Achchha laga!!" @The great kebab factory, Radisson Blu - Ranchi

When a friend suggested The Great Kebab Factory at the Radisson Blu, I knew I had hit the jackpot. Having had their food a couple of times earlier in other cities I knew they will not disappoint me; and my parents’ 33rd Anniversary had to be perfect. 485 more words

Review

The Istanbul Story

To travel is to listen & learn the language of a country…to perch up on the bar stool and sing aloud their local songs…to imbibe the history that lays shredded in the ruins…to capture with the heart the million alleys and bridges. 1,164 more words

Romances With Food

Eviva Taverna - Greek - Nottingham

Having eaten at Eviva Taverna I discovered, to my disappointment, that they followed me on Twitter. The more followers the better you may think? Not universally true. 758 more words

Nottingham Reviews