I love food. Plain and simple. A good meal or a lovely snack can brighten my day whereas an overpriced something that tastes like nothing can haunt me for hours. That’s why I’ve created this page full of foodie hotspots and restaurant reviews. These are the places I ate and drank at during my travels, both in Belgium and beyond. Whether you’re looking for a fancy restaurant, a decent bistro, a cafe or a coffee shop, it’s here. Have a look!
January 29, 2016There's more to Belgian food than fries, chocolate and waffles. Alison shares 6 great Belgian dishes, like shrimp croquettes and meatballs, plus not only where you should order them in Brussels, but also which places you should avoid. Read Post
January 25, 2016Traditional food in Austria is meant to keep active people going in the cold winter temperatures. After you've taken an hour or two to digest, I think that is. Now, the portions might have been a bit oversized for me, but I did eat some delicious things while I was in Austria and I tried a whole range of new dishes. Let me share them with you. Read Post
December 4, 2015Le Graal is a new Italian coffee bar and crêperie in Leuven. The Italian owners have a wide selection of hot beverages and both savory and sweet pancakes. The huge front window allows for a lot of light to come in, pancakes are made right there at the counter. Want to know which one I had? Read Post
October 28, 2015I’d expected Bulgarian food to be very heavy with lots of meat and greasy sauces. Instead, I discovered that Bulgarian cuisine is pretty diverse. I got lovely meal soups, huge salads and delicious oven dishes. Yes, organs are a big thing there, but I’m telling Read Post
August 26, 2015Eating Europe organizes a great London East End food tour, during which we learned all about the area and some typical British foods. We didn't like everything, but sure discovered a few foodie gems as well. Curious? Here's what we had. Read Post
July 29, 2015BonAppetour allows travelers to book a dinner at a local's home to connect with them over food. The host sets the menu and the price, you just need to show up and eat! I tried the service when I was in Berlin and dragged my friend Adam along. Read Post