The Magazine restaurant in London's Kensington Gardens is an exercise in radical design.
North America has a poor rep for getting a decent cup of coffee. But there are ways for travelling coffee-lovers to cope.
Uncover a "secret" Dubai gem amid the malls and skyscrapers.
Some people conduct their sacred journey in hardship, trekking for miles. I prefer a train trip and ice-cream.
Here are some hidden gems for inexpensive Asian fare in unlikely locations in Queens.
As soon as I try my first koesister, I know that I'm due for a history lesson.
This restaurant had no walls, allowing the Mexican evening to come in and greet us.
New Yorkers have the bagel, Parisians have the croissant and here in Berlin, currywurst - is the city's culinary emblem.
Heston Blumenthal will open a restaurant at Heathrow, putting a new twist on fish and chips.
I won't tell you the name of this place, because that's not the point.
A walking tour of Melbourne takes a detour through some fine dumpling establishments.
Seafood is the star of the show in Seoul, the South Korean capital.
Dining in a global city should be an all-sensory experience, here's our picks of London's top 5.
Follow the much-vaunted Michelin guide to dining out in the world's best foodie cities.
The Maison Lameloise in France has been chosen as the world's favourite restaurant by TripAdvisor.
It's easy to spot a food trend when you travel the world. Currently it's "farm to table".
Held over five weekends, this festival in the Italian capital of white truffles dates back 84 years.
Holidaying and eating nowadays go hand (knife, fork and passport) in hand.
This national dish of Spain is now almost impossible to find in its truly authentic form.
A flourishing street food culture and a world-leading craft beer scene are putting Portland on the map.
Munch your way through this culinary alphabet of one of the world's finest foodie cities.
After going through hundreds of entries, one photograph stood out from them all.
So it turns out air pressure and low humidity on planes do a real number on our taste buds.
Shop, chop, cook and eat, just like a Vietnamese local in Hoi An.
Coming from the restaurant industry we critique everything we eat.
Alongside the sights and sounds, tastes and aromas embed themselves in your holiday memories.
Visiting Japan to me is synonymous with amazing food.
We swam ashore, carrying towels, a BBQ and giant chilly-bin.
The Sacher-Torte has been the most famous cake in the world.
I had all the senses going and one problem: 'Where to start?'.
From toilet-themed restaurants to lounges made of ice, here's some of the wackiest restaurants in the world.
Cooked to perfection and so tender, Jack cut the almighty steak with a spoon.
It's an incredible atmosphere as it is buzzing with activity in a peaceful way.
The freshly picked fruit and vegetables looked so good.
Another lesser known "must do" when visiting is to go to a Pulpería.
Orientate yourself with Vancouver; using your tastebuds instead of your sight.
We think they were primarily egg and chives, but remain unsure.
The perfect treat after seven hours of walking the beautiful historical streets of Rome.
Every Belgian village, no matter how small, has at least one bakkerij - though often more.
London's top chefs "nature-ise" menus, offering adventurous eaters a field-to-fork experience.
Nikki Prins' Thailand honeymoon is remembered each year with a Thai feast.
We ate all day in good company and tried everything we could get our hands on.
It was all smiles at Bangkok's floating markets where tropical fruit and vegetables are in abundance.
This was the most perfect day, in one if the remotest locations I have been.
A dinner out in Vanuatu ended up being a huge food win for Cheryl Smith.
I just love the sounds and smells of Asian food markets, Danny Hall writes.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. And Romans don't go to the Colosseum.
Michelin has upgraded 2 restaurants in London: Dinner by Heston Blumenthal and the Greenhouse.
From wiener schnitzel in Austria to feijoada in Brazil to katsudon in Japan, don't miss these 35 dishes.
Before heading to Off the Waffle, I was told about how amazing the waffles are there.
Drinking and eating at a pub is a British pastime, here's 10 of the best in London.
We focus in on the 20 best US eateries chosen by food critics from around the world.
London is marking its territory with toilet-blocks turned restaurants.
A foodie adventure explores the origins of famous Italian produce and gets hands-on in the process.
San Francisco serves up some of the best java, with strong flavours and cosy storefronts that are satisfying.
LA County plays host to more than 220 gourmet food trucks, many with serious pedigrees.
Celebrated English chef Rick Stein is a class act when it comes to sharing, for a price, his passion for seafood
Denmark's Noma founder lends a Nordic twist to Singapore food in Copenhagen.
A holiday to the USA gave us five days in Texas - the state where everything is just bigger.
The Los Angeles foodie scene deserves the spotlight more than any movie star in the city.
Here's 40 of NY's top restaurants and bars, from the smart and sophisticated to late-night dives.
The East German city of Leipzig is known for its rich classical music heritage. But what about its beer?
Parmesan in Modena is as good as money; the cheese even has its own stock exchange.
Sniffing out the essence of Portland's hipster heart, James Robinson sticks his nose into a few hoppy brews.
For a decade or more, the Vancouver area has enjoyed a reputation as the Asian food capital of North America.
These top ten foodie-centric tours are sure to tantalize your taste-bud.
Roll up! Three for a tenner! A pair of Kiwi travellers share their video tour of London's markets.
The lofty hill town of Sapa offers travellers much more than scenic walks.
The smellier, the better. Taiwan's tofu assaults the nose but pleases the palate.
Resident Sarah Lambersky provides a sophisticated guide to the best of what this eclectic city has to offer.
The days of 'roach coaches' serving soggy hot dogs are gone; now, gourmet food carts feed this hipster haven.
The smoky, salty air around Bruny Island obscures a busy community of artisan foodies making spectacular produce.
From North America to Europe and Asia, here's eight top Chinatowns for atmosphere, food and bargain shopping.
We want to hear about all the food gems that have made your travels worth it.
On the rugged, windswept west coast, fresh produce is all the rage — and how Swede it is.
If you're in Brooklyn here's the recommended list for a pit stop before or after an event.
Some say the secret of Neapolitan pizza is the water, because it's full of calcium.
Peru's version of Anthony Bourdain chooses to eat his duck here. Good enough for me.
Broad avenues lined with attractive old buildings, many of them home to cafes, bars and restaurants.
Once ground zero for bad decisions, Tijuana is dining out on its cuisine.
Forget the sleep-in and hit the streets as the sun rises on a hectic Ho Chi Minh City.
Beyond Munich's wonderful Oktoberfest, there are beer festivals all over the globe to tempt your tastebuds.
East meets west in Berlin's new freewheeling dining scene.
The views of London are so spectacular, there’s no point competing with the menu.
A short stay at Martinborough coincides with the town’s first olive harvest festival.
Visitors to London won't be found wanting with plenty of fabulous eateries to fill their bellies.
There's more to sample than pinot noir in a food adventure through this wine region.
Samudra, the home of raw food and yoga in Dunsborough is just south of Perth.
Many Travellers prioritise gourmet food experiences and The Star in Sydney is pure indulgence.
Positano, one of the most popular villages on the coast, is more like an Escher print.
If you're in Cape Town anytime soon, there's this great little place...
What do you hate most about eating on airplanes? Is it the soggy sandwiches or the murky coffee?
Annabelle White has eaten her way around the world, but retains a fascination with SA.
Andrew Taylor learns the perfect recipe for spicing up your stay in Chiang Mai.
Travellers are demanding healthy food options — and discovering them in some unlikely places.
A sweet, malty storm is brewing amid the apples, served not in a teacup but neat in a glass.
Meals can serve as vivid placeholders in our travel memories.
Forget leaky tents and twisty sleeping bags – camping with a woodfire, gourmet grub and bed linen is positively glam.
In the past decade, this Chinese hub has become one of the world's great culinary cities.
Brooklyn's open-air Smorgasburg market gives you a taste of the artisan life.
A new-wave movement has brought fine dining to Auckland. Here's some of the best.
Trust the Italians to build an academic institution around ice cream.
What is it about the bars in Spain that make them just so much better than ours?
The capital of the Emilia-Romagna region, Bologna is home to some of Italy's most mouth-watering food.
A Taiwanese eatery famed for its dumplings was crowned Asia's best restaurant.
Japan's standing restaurants, where you can eat affordable food by former Michelin chefs, are about to hit New York.
In the hands of innovative chefs, Finland's local ingredients come into their own at new Helsinki restaurants.
Explore the city-state and its vibrant food scene by bike.
Get a local taste of Latin life at the Argentinian equivalent of a pop-up dinner.
Oblix has two main things going for it. A strong track record in London and its location in the Shard - Western Europe's tallest building, standing at 1,016 feet on London's South Bank.
This island offers so many visual treats that dining almost becomes an afterthought.
If you've always wanted to drink like the stars, here's a list of cocktails made famous by Hollywood and where you can buy them.
Three brothers in north-east Spain hope food tourism in recession-bound Spain will increase after their restaurant was crowned the world's best.
Cravings for something spicy are amply satisfied in Las Cruces in Southern New Mexico.
Food, coffee, custard tarts and music give Lisbon a special character.
This year sees a shake-up in the top spot, a Kiwi chef in the Aussie lead but sadly still no NZ eateries.
In Hong Kong, eating is a local pastime. With over 11,000 restaurants, this city is a foodie hot spot.
On a food tour through Testaccio, a suburb in the southern part of Rome, there's always time for gelato.
Trying the local open-air fare is a key ingredient to sampling any city's culture.
In this small yet exceptionally well-fed village of Bray, Michelin stars abound.
Shop and eat like a local at one of Paris' 82 fresh-food markets.
The best way to uncover the food gems of Paris is with the help of an expert.
Our reviewer's picks for the capital's culinary best
From coffee and markets to beer and roti, Wellington has something for all tastes.
A pimped caravan brings Mexican tacos to the streets of Melbourne.
What are the foreign foods that deserve their time in the sun? Or at least in the pub?
It's a long way from the pub with no beer, but The Backpacker finds a restaurant with no food.
Kate Mead spends most of her time in, on or above the water in Rotorua.
Travel often provides me with inspiration for new food ideas.
Jack in the Box. Taco Bell. Arby's. Wendy's. What are these places? I want to find out.
Don't let food allergies curb your wanderlust, just follow these simple tips.
Whole scorpion, skewered, deep-fried and salted don't taste of much – except salt. Here's a rundown of some strange food across the world.
Boutique, custom, style and localism: Mr & Mrs Smith's picks of the travel trends.
The best airport food in the world is found in Barcelona, according to a ranking by The Daily Meal website.
In the shadow of Vesuvius, a tightly-held culinary history is fuelled by fire.
Blog: The candy bar at the movie theatre has to post calorie counts of all it sells. I love this rule...
Saying yes to street food carries its risks, but saying no might mean missing a treat.
Learn a little more about Latino love at a spicy restaurant for couples in Buenos Aires.
It is 11pm on a Saturday night. I'm in New York. There's probably a lot of nightlife to sample in this city that doesn't sleep. But... me, I'm sitting in my hotel room watching the Dark Knight on TNT with my belt loosened, full beyond belief. LP is crashed out next to me, in what can best be described as a food coma.
Tokyo has retained the title of the world's gourmet capital.
BEN GROUNDWATER - Sydney Morning Herald
Eating isn't just something you do when you travel, it's a reason for doing it. And a good one, too.