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Let’s face it, when it comes to Australian cityscapes, Sydney gets all the kudos. But when you’re looking for lunch with a view in Melbourne, there are some spectacular options. We headed to the 55th [Read more...]

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To celebrate International Pisco Sour Day, observed around the world on the first Saturday of February, The Foodie World brings you our favourite recipe for this delicious South American cocktail. We first tried a Pisco [Read more...]

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In the Gramercy/Flatiron district of New York City, Cosme has made a big impact on NYC’s dining scene, coming in at #25 on the 2018 list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. The restaurant opened [Read more...]

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Winner of best new restaurant in Australia’s Good Food Guide this year, there’s a lot of buzz about Laura at Pt Leo Estate. Culinary director Phil Wood’s fine dining establishment is a glassed-in separate room in [Read more...]

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From afar, when planning this trip, it seemed a bit of an ask to find Thanksgiving lunch in New York City. We’d been told by several people in the industry that Thanksgiving is a day [Read more...]

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Our standard operating procedure when travelling is, where we find good food, we ask where we can find more good food. With a stellar tasting menu at Astrid y Gaston in Lima, we enquired about [Read more...]

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Visiting the lost city of the Incas is high on the bucket list for lots of travellers. Getting there in style can be tricky, especially factoring in the need to acclimatise to the altitude. Rather [Read more...]

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It’s not easy to find a good Sunday brunch in Lima. Usually the preserve of major hotels, most of them in the Peruvian capital seem to be on offer during breakfast hours – finishing at [Read more...]

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Gaston Acurio is, arguably, Peru’s original celebrity chef, so when deciding where to eat in Lima, there was an obvious choice – Astrid y Gaston. While the restaurant, in the well-heeled Lima suburb of San [Read more...]

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Vegetarians, look away now – when you’re looking at where to eat in Buenos Aires the chances are very good that meat is on the menu. Don Julio is a parrilla, or grill restaurant. Parrillas [Read more...]

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Rising to number 42 on the 2018 list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, Borago is the epitome of fine dining in Santiago – and the scene of a quiet revolution. Chef Rodolfo Guzman and [Read more...]

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