The flavoursome heart of the crafts courtyard opposite Nuremberg station is the Glocklein, or little bell, which specialises in the BBQ’d Nuremberg sausage. Legend has it that these tiny sausages were designed to be delivered through a medieval keyhole to allow for real hole-in-the-wall eating after the official closing times. Tradition has it that you…
Dining in the dark is an experience like no other, and Dans Le Noir London is a great place to try it out. Read about how dining in the dark went for us!
Check the City Guides tours out when you visit San Francisco, especially if you want to explore Dogpatch.
For location, service, taste, and price, Salzburg’s Triangel restaurant is hard to beat.
The Phoenician isn’t a cheap hotel, but if you want to splurge some cash (or points), this is a place where you will see the thoughtful details your money is buying. The proof is in the bagel.
It’s a cold winter night, with a strong wind that’s unusual for Jerez, when we bundle into the Meson del Asador. At least, that’s what it says on the door. Everyone we’re with knows it as the Asador de Leon: the Lion’s BBQ. The warmth from the coal BBQ – a coal grill I’d normally…
This place was a tourist trap of the worst sort: service was bad, even taking into account the normal Spanish approach, but the food was worse and came at a price no-one was expecting.
We’ve passed El Garaje (the Garage) many times in our walks around Jerez. Opposite the Souk (Zoco), it’s always busy on Saturdays – power-ballads and rock hits from the 80s and 90s blasting. What’s less known is that during the week, their menu del dia comes in at just €6 for a starter, main, bread…
Although nothing flash, and sometimes a little worn, Café Vegas has some of the best-value eating in Jerez, if you’re in the quantity for price, and nothing fancy, frame of mind.
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