Belgian dining: Le Rêve Richelle and Café Caberdouche

In our Belgian dining pages thjis week we look at two more excellent venues. Café Caberdouche  James Drew found a café that takes its beer and...

Parma ham at Rob the Gourmets’ Market: tasty!

C. Thonon tried the Parma ham for her first time in Rob the Gourmets’ Market. In April, the Consorzio del Prosciutto di Parma and Rob...

Wine books: TASCHEN Dali’s The Wines of Gala

This month we focus on wine books with an eccentric but serious look at a Dalíesque grouping of fine wines. Hot on the heels (or...

Nutrition tips: The myth of perfect eating

In our latest nutrition tips article Gemma Rose calls time on the fantasy of clean food. “I spent all last week eating really badly, so...

Brussels dining contrasts: Café Métropole and Deliveroo

Café Metropole One of our favourite spots for a bit of lunch or dinner is the Métropole Café. It’s not just that it’s nice be...

Brussels restaurants: Visit Wok Dynasty and Chez Leon

In our regular dining pages we look at two Brussels restaurants Wok Dynasty and Chez Leon Chez Leon All year round – but especially in the...

Callens Cafe: See the New Year in with style

Callens Cafe has prepared a very special menu for you on the evening of 31 December. Located just off Avenue Louise, Callens is the...

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...

Wine tips: Château la Verrerie, a prehistoric site

This week in our regular wine tips we head for South Luberon to check out a chateau with a very long history of winemaking. The...

Brännland cider: Passion, expertise and the ambition

A prestigious wine-tasting event invited Brännland cider -Swedes who make sweet cider. For the past ten years Catherine and Philippe Cohen of CDP Fine Wines...
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