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Food-focused travel guides for the world's most exciting cities
This book is a food tour in your pocket, featuring more than 100 of the best restaurants, cafes, bars and markets recommended by a team of in-the-know Londoners. You'll also find insights into the city's idiosyncratic food culture, and a handful of iconic recipes to cook in the holiday kitchen or once you've returned home. It's the inside knowledge that allows you to Drink, Shop, Cook and Eat Like a Local.
This attractive and cleverly structured guide gives walkers ten of the finest walks to the best tea shops in the Pembrokeshire National Park in a popular pocketable format. With clear information, an overview and introduction for each walk, expertly written numbered directions, large scale Ordnance Survey maps, superb eye-grabbing panoramic photographs, and interpretation of points of interest along the way, these guides set a new standard in clarity and ease-of-use. Featured walks include: - Glasshouse Cafe, Cilgerran, - Plumvanilla Cafe, Narberth, - The Sound Cafe, St David's, - Boathouse Cafe, Dale, - St Ishmael's Garden Centre Cafe, St Ishmael's, - Wavecrest Cafe, Angle, Quayside, Lawrenny, - Beach Break Tearooms,Manorbier, - Caffe Vista, Tenby - NT Bothy tea room, Colby Gardens
Only in Tokyo is a guided tour through the city's dynamic food scene through the words of Michael Ryan and the lens of Luke Burgess, two of Australia's top chefs. From daybreak to late night, discover the creative people and compelling stories behind the unique restaurants, cafes, bars and tea houses of the world's most exciting food city.
Anyone who has ever visited Tokyo knows that, with over 160,000 restaurants in the city, recommendations on where to go to eat are essential. In Only in Tokyo, you're aided by a team of local experts chefs, baristas, journalists and sommeliers to help you navigate the complex food scene with ease. Discover the best of all the classic foods of Japan, and more. Sushi, takoyaki, ramen, sandwiches, burgers done brilliantly, donuts: with a photograph of every venue, accompanied by basic information on why it is worth a visit and what house speciality to order, along with its address and opening times.
Use this book to give you a flavour of Tokyo, and to point you in some tasty directions.
This book tackles the biggest city in the world and includes 100 restaurants, take-away counters and cafes that serve halal dishes. The reviews on the London eating establishments are frank and are sprinkled with interesting observations of the places and surrounding areas. This means you will know which restaurant you would want to save a month's salary for or just to eat there to survive. All halal, in all of London. Features: over 100 reviews of restaurants and cafe's; descriptive photographs; easy-to-read maps; index and icons to find the exact place you want.
Asia is a delicious and unique melting pot of flavors with the diverse cuisines reflecting the various cultural and ethnic groups that call it home. Award-winning writer John Krich has lived and traveled across Asia for the last decade as the food correspondent for the Asian Wall Street Journal. The 50 amazing food stories he shares in this book are organized around eight general themes and cover the following countries: China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Macau, Taiwan, The Philippines, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam. Drawing on his culinary adventures and knowledge, Krich discusses food, ingredients and eateries - everything from strange and wacky dishes to comfort food and fine imperial dining. Foodies will appreciate his insights and even gourmands will enjoy a chuckle as they digest what is being served.
This information-packed guidebook introduces you to more than sixty
breweries and brewpubs--from the Shipwrecked Brew Pub in Egg
Harbor, to smaller craft breweries like Capital Brewery west of
Madison, to the world-famous Miller Brewing Company of Milwaukee.
Robin Shepard includes descriptions and his personal ratings of
some 600 local beers, plus a taster's chart you can use to record
your own preferences.
Rise and shine London! Get the day off to a great start in the world's greatest city. Discover your new favourite places to breakfast and brunch, including local hang-outs and hidden gems from @breakfastlondon, the feed to follow if you want to find the best breakfasts in town before anyone else. Celebrate the most important meal of the day and find insider recommendations for all occasions - whether you're looking for something boozy, insta-worthy or vegan, feeling healthy or hungover, in search of the perfect coffee, the ideal setting for an important work meeting or organizing a special birthday brunch. Features London's 120 best breakfast spots, stunning original photography, mouth-wateringly delicious dishes and a look behind-the-scenes with the top chefs that create them. Wakey, wakey!
The number and variety of independent cafes in London hasflourished in recent years and if London never had a cafe culture a few decadesago, it certainly does now! The quality and variety of food and drink on offer hasalso improved beyond recognition in the last few decades, with many cafes' nowserving food that's indistinguishable from a quality restaurant - except when it come tothe bill - which is invariably much lower. In fact if you want to eat a greatlunch (and increasingly dinner too) in London and don't want to pay a fortune,a cafe is your best bet. Coffee sales in Britain have expanded rapidly in the lastdecade, along with the growing number of independent (and chain) coffee shops. Britain'slove affair with the bean has gone, quite literally, from strength to strength;not so many years ago it was difficult to find a cafe serving anything butinsipid filter coffee, but now fresh bean-powered brews are everywhere, thanksin huge part to a legion of expat baristas and roasters from Down Under. The British are famous for their love of a good cuppa(tea) - which, as every Brit knows, cures all ills - although nowadays it's justas likely to be a delicate white, energising green, aromatic and complexOolong, or a mysterious aged Puer, as builder's brew. London has an abundanceof specialist tearooms - many with expert 'tearistas' (tea baristas) on hand toadvise you - where you can enjoy fine teas in a delightful traditional setting. Tea is also a vital component of the quintessentially Englishdiversion of afternoon tea, with London's premier hotels - plus manyrestaurants, cafes and tearooms - vying to produce the most lavish and originalafternoon tea, consisting of exquisite teas and divine cakes, pastries andsavouries - and optional champagne. If there's one meal that the British can claim their own,it's the great British cooked breakfast, which is world-famous. Thistraditionally takes the form a huge fry-up - the full English - but nowadaysit's just as likely to include a wealth of tasty and original dishes withinfluences from around the globe. Likewise brunch - a combination of breakfastand lunch - which Londoners have taken to with a passion in recent years.Nowadays many top restaurants, hotels and cafes specialise in brunch,particularly at weekends. With a copy of London'sCafes, Coffee Shops & Tearooms - featuring over 250 venues - you'llnever be lost for somewhere to enjoy a great cup of coffee or tea and somedelicious food. We hope you enjoy discovering the city's burgeoning cafeculture as much as we did.
Statistics show that 80% of Londoners drink coffee every day and that 800,000 Brits visit a coffee shop at least 4 times a week. Featuring London's most interesting and unusual coffee shops from neighbourhood cafes to third-wave espresso bars, this book shows you how you can get your espresso fix in a gentlemen's toilet; sip a cappuccino in a cafe-cum-upholstery shop; scoop up a vintage Hermes scarf while you wait for your macchiato. London's new and adventurous coffee culture is full of exotic surprises and unexpected entertainments. Coffee enthusiasts in search of the best brew in town are being spoiled by baristas who have turned coffee-making into an art form; many cafes today roast their own beans, combine coffee with art, music, and literature, sell equipment for home brewing, or can be found in unusual locations such as lavatories and barber shops. This modern guidebook takes you on a caffeinated journey to the capital's hippest, tastiest, and most unusual coffee shops.
Food Lover's Guide to Pittsburgh is the ultimate guide to the city's food scene and provides the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate local culinary offerings. Engagingly written by local foodies, this guide is a one-stop resource for residents and visitors alike to find producers and pureyors of tasty local specialities, as well as a rich array of other, indispensible food-related information including: * One-of-a-kind restaurants and landmark eateries * Speciality food shops * The city's best bakeries * Local drink scene * Food festivals and culinary events * Recipes from top Pittsburgh chefs
Eat safe gluten-free and allergy-free meals in your home and at restaurants around the corner or anywhere across the globe
Packed with everything you need to know to prepare meals or navigate a menu in any eating establishment, "Let's Eat Out Around the World Gluten Free and Allergy Free" is an easy-to-use resource that helps you to: Confidently avoid meals with gluten, wheat, corn, dairy, egg, fish, peanut, shellfish, soy, and tree nuts Discover over 175 dishes across six ethnic cuisines including French, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, and Thai plus traditional American steak and seafood options Understand ingredients, food preparation, hidden allergens, and cross-contact Ask the right questions and order safe meals with or without gluten-free menus and food allergy charts Plan trips, holidays, and business travel with detailed guidelines for snacks, airlines, hotels, and cruise lines Explore overseas destinations with chef translation cards, airline meal codes, and international travel tips
The Little Local New Orleans Cookbook brings the essential flavors of New Orleans to your table. From festive cocktails and finger foods to big celebration fare, you'll find recipes for Sazerac and Hurricane cocktails, Creole gumbo, jambalaya, blackened redfish, king cake, sweet pralines, and other traditional dishes. Written by a regional food expert and beautifully illustrated, this little cookbook is the perfect keepsake for the Big Easy.
After The Big Apple in Must Eat NYC, ISBN 9789401419147, Luc Hoornaert now leads us to the culinary hotspots in the New York of Europe: London. Restaurant guides exist in different shapes and sizes, but this is the first series of guides to focus on the "must eat", the speciality, of a restaurant. As with the first book in the series, the 'Must Eat' element of a restaurant is the central point: from food stalls to small cafes and trendy top restaurants. Despite of their differences, all the places in this book have these things in common: authenticity, dedication, good ingredients and a no-nonsense approach. Must Eat London also allows you to get to know the chef behind each dish and documents their love for the produce. It is illustrated with beautiful photographs by Kris Vlegels.
-A practical guide to everything food related in London - markets, bakeries, eating out, kitchen equipment shops, and specialist bookshops -Packed with information on where to go to taste the best food and dining experiences that London has to offer Where are we going to eat tonight? What's the best place for a drink? Where do locals buy their fruit and vegetables? Where are the best delicatessens? All tourists who love good food have asked themselves these questions when visiting a city or country. Many travel guides suggest some food addresses but these are generally very few, unoriginal and, most of the time, crowded with other tourists. This new series, on the other hand, promises the opposite: each title will bring you the heart of gastronomy of the selected destination. Starred restaurants, bistros, canteens, street food, Asian cuisine, chic picnics: in Eat London the best of London is lying on a silver platter just for you! In addition, you'll find addresses to the best delicatessens, the best wine bars, the best cookery equipment stores or specialised gastronomy bookstores of each city... Contents: Stores and General Food; Markets; Tea Time; Bakeries and Pastry Shops; Breakfast; Pubs and Drinks; On the Go; Restaurants.
'Successful Pubs and Inns plots a clear course towards successful innkeeping. It is ideal for those planning a career in the licensed trade, professionals already within the business and for students.
London for Foodies, Gourmets & Gluttons is much more than just a directory of cafes, markets, restaurants and shops; it features many of the city's best artisan producers and traders, plus a wealth of classes where you can learn how to prepare and cook food like the experts, appreciate fine wines and brew coffee like a barista. And when you're too tired to cook or just want to treat yourself, we'll show you great places where you can enjoy everything from tea and cake to a tasty street snack; a pie and a pint to a glass of wine and tapas; a quick working lunch to a full-blown gastronomic extravaganza. Researching London for Foodies, Gourmets & Gluttons has been a voyage of discovery, a culinary adventure and a sheer pleasure. In seeking out the city's best artisan producers and purveyors we have left no stone unturned. Our epicurean journey has taken us to trendy cafes, cosy tearooms and amazing street food vendors; stunning food halls and bustling markets; innovative restaurants and atmospheric gastropubs; the very best wine, beer and spirit merchants; and fascinating classes that teach every foodie skill from butchering a pig to tempering chocolate and enjoying fine wine. Like most Londoners, we knew that the quality and variety of food and drink on offer in the capital had improved beyond all recognition in recent decades, but we were still amazed at just how much the city's gastronomic landscape had changed. The days are long gone since London's culinary scene - and British food in general - was the subject of international contempt and ridicule. The city has seen a foodie revolution in the last 20 years and now offers a choice and quality of food that's the equal of any city in the world, including ingredients from almost every country on the planet, from asafoetida to za'atar. In London, the world really is your oyster - it's also your bagel, bammy, chaat, dim sum, enchilada, falafel, injera, kimchi, lahmacun, pierogi, raclette, ravioli, satay or tapa! All have been introduced by immigrants and eagerly devoured by a grateful population eager for gastronomic adventure. Just as much as its inventive chefs and Michelin-starred restaurants, it's London's incredible ethnic diversity that makes it such an exciting place to eat (and cook and shop). So whether you want to revitalise your jaded palate, increase your culinary repertoire, expand your foodie knowledge or experience the ultimate in fine dining - or maybe you're just hungry - you're bound to find inspiration in London for Foodies, Gourmets & Gluttons.
The ultimate guide to Napa Valley's food scene provides the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate local culinary offerings. Written for residents and visitors alike to find producers and purveyors of tasty local specialties, as well as a rich array of other, indispensable food-related information including: food festivals and culinary events; specialty food shops; farmers' markets and farm stands; trendy restaurants and time-tested iconic landmarks; and recipes using local ingredients and traditions.
The world's top 500 food experiences - ranked! We asked the planet's top chefs, food writers and our food-obsessed authors to name their favourite, most authentic gastronomic encounters. The result is a journey to Mozambique for piri-piri chicken, Japan for bullet train bento boxes, San Sebastian pintxos bars, and a further 497 of the most exciting eateries anywhere on Earth. Ultimate Eatlist is the follow-up to our bestselling Ultimate Travelist and is a must-own bucket list for foodies and those who love to travel. You'll discover the planet's most thrilling and famous culinary experiences, the culture behind each one, what makes them so special, and why the experience is so much more than what's in the plate, bowl or glass in front of you. How many have you tried and what's your number one? With contributions from Monica Galetti, Curtis Stone, Mark Hix, Ben Shewry, Dan Hunter, Ping Coombes, Gail Simmons, Tony Singh, Elena Arzak, and many more. Entries include: Laksa, Malaysia Grilled octopus, Greece Smorrebrod, Denmark Ceviche, Peru Po boy, USA Steak tartare, France Bibimbap, Korea Dim Sum, Hong Kong Reindeer Stew, Finland Jerked chicken, Jamaica Asado, Argentina Shakshuka, Israel Pho, Vietnam Wildfoods Festival, New Zealand The Fat Duck restaurant, UK Tokyo sushi counters, Japan Bistecca alla Fiorentina, Italy Adelaide Central Market, Australia Grilled fish, Seychelles Irish stew New York Reuben delis, USA About Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world's number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we've printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers. You'll also find our content online, on mobile, video and in 14 languages, 12 international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more.
If you want to know what it's like to pull up a stool with the likes of Hemingway, Updike or Capote, are curious how Jay McInerney takes his martini or where to find Colson Whitehead's favourite local bar, this is the guide for you. For well-read drinkers and boozy bookworms comes Storied Bars of New York, a photographic and historical celebration of the best literary pubs, cocktail bars and taverns of New York City. Every chapter profiles an influential bar and comes with photographs, a list of the writerly clientele, a recipe for the establishment's signature cocktail (as well as which authors were likely to order it) and a snapshot of its place in New York culture at the time of its eminence. Storied Bars of New York will make finding your favourite erudite-cool drinking spot easy.
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