European cuisine

European cuisine

Eating the local food is one of the most important ways to experience local culture. After all, you might be eating it every day – although you may want to avoid some of the local delicacies in European cuisine. Dutch raw herring, for instance, doesn’t go down a treat for all expats! But, especially if you live in a major city, international cuisine is readily available. You may find it strange that the Dutch smother their chips...

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16/10/2014 Saucially: The Amsterdam Brunch Club (ABC) by Bennys & Marys Brunch Purveyors

Saucially: The Amsterdam Brunch Club (ABC) by Bennys & Marys Brunch Purveyors Finally, here is a chance to indulge in Sunday brunch at your home away from home with like-minded brunch-loving expats and locals.

28/12/2011 Bistros in Brussels

top restaurants in Brussels Sensum's roaming gastronomic writers recommend five top restaurants in Brussels.

09/12/2010 Preparing a French Christmas: It's all about the food

Preparing a French Christmas: Christmas dinner in France Like most French holiday traditions, the focus of Christmas and New Year's celebrations in France is on the table. Here are some tips for preparing a French-style Christmas meal.

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