Dining in Brussels: DNY Restaurant

I'm sure regular readers of Together will have heard about the country's finest outlet shopping village in the border town of Maasmechelen. You'll be...

Bordeaux wine: A tale of two vineyards

Paul Morris hopped aboard the tour bus to visit vineyards and sample some Bordeaux wine. Château Maucaillou The first vineyard we visited was a very grand...

Entrepreneurs: Mike & Becky’s real, honest chocolate

Gemma Rose meets two entrepreneurs - chocolate makers with a difference, making a difference. Before I eat a piece of Mike & Becky’s chocolate, they...

S.Pellegrino Culinaria: A rendez-vous for great food

S.Pellegrino Culinaria is the rendez-vous for food lovers, a gastronomic event boasting more than 30 starred chefs. The 9th edition runs from 18 to...

Fine wines: Penedès, a Catalan classic

This month in our fine wines series we head for Catalunya Wine and cava are a part of Catalan history. Each glass preserves a small...

eat BRUSSELS, drink BORDEAUX: gastronomy in the park

Our Belgian dining pages visit a regular favourite in the Belgian gastronomic calendar, eat BRUSSELS, drink BORDEAUX. For the seventh consecutive year, the Brussels-Capital Region...

Brussels cafés: Dance hall days at the Guinguette de Maurice

We continue our tour of the best Brussels cafés. Without a shadow of a doubt the best summer venue in Brussels is to be found...

Detox tips: It’s a tournée minérale

Dave Deruytter joined his fellow Belgians in abstaining from alcohol and offers his detox tips. What are the effects of not drinking any alcohol for...

Discovering Argentinian Wine

Despite dreaming of taking on the Iron Man triathlon challenge, Gonzalo Carrasco was destined to be a winemaker, surrounded as he was by the...

Fine Thai dining in Brussels

Les Larmes du Tigre This excellent Thai restaurant is about to celebrate 30 years of service to the Brussels public. Tucked behind the Palais du...
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