6 tasty train snacks for your European adventure

6 tasty train snacks for your European adventure

Europe is good at a lot of things, like football, drinking beer, and undermining each other politically (see: Belgium’s 2.50 € coin for the most recent example). But there’s being good, and there’s kicking ass, and in our opinion, Europe kicks ass at two major things: food and trains. The continent...

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Hungry in Hungary: 6 foods to find in Budapest

Hungry in Hungary: 6 foods to find in Budapest

We were recovering from a long evening coach journey, and our hunger led us to choose convenience over adventure. We landed in a safe, cheap food option in Budapest: an ‘all-you-can-eat’ restaurant in Oktogon. With a plate in hand, we dawdled over metal food warmers. There were slicks of discoloured...

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Street eats: NYC’s best food trucks

Street eats: NYC’s best food trucks

In NYC, we’re famous for always being on the go. You’ll often see people eating on the subway or while walking down the sidewalk — since we literally don’t have enough time to sit. So who better than us to recommend some restaurant free, on-the-go food options?! We want you...

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Must-try local foods around the world

Must-try local foods around the world

If there’s one thing travel has taught us, it’s that you should never, ever, ever be hungry in a new city. Stuffed, full, waddling down the street — yes these are all perfectly acceptable. But if you’re hungry, you haven’t been doing enough exploring, in our opinion. And every destination...

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Singapore’s best hawker centres

Singapore’s best hawker centres

Food is an integral part of Singapore‘s culture. Given the many ethnic groups living in Singapore and the multitude of cuisines, it’s no wonder food is practically a national pastime for many locals! To experience the local food scene, your best bet is to head to the hawker centres and...

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Street eats: Basque talos in San Sebastián

Street eats: Basque talos in San Sebastián

The Basque Country and city of San Sebastián are not traditionally known for street food — you won’t find lots of stalls cooking and selling on the street like you will in, say, Southeast Asia. (But you will find lots of places specializing in pintxos, which we highly recommend.) However,...

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Eat like a New Yorker in Times Square

Eat like a New Yorker in Times Square

New Yorkers have a slightly passive aggressive relationship with Times Square. The title of this post, in fact, might seem like an oxymoron considering most New York locals would avoid eating in Times Square at all costs. Why eat in Times Square where each step is a struggle through thick...

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Messy, tasty rolls are why you need to eat at this Hoi An joint

Messy, tasty rolls are why you need to eat at this Hoi An joint

You’ll smell it before you see it. That’s how you know you’ve found Bale Well, a tiny open-air restaurant in one of Hoi An’s back alleys. As arguably the most touristy town in Vietnam, Hoi An has a lot of fantastic restaurants, catering to visitors seeking air conditioned fine dining....

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Food Friday: Where to eat in Neukölln

Food Friday: Where to eat in Neukölln

The mostly Turkish neighbourhood of Neukölln makes for an interesting and vibrant stay in Berlin. Kebap shops, Middle Eastern Backerei (bakeries) and colorfully tinted window casino Cafes line Karl Marx Strasse. The bustling boulevard is lined with equally as many Turkish and Arabic language signs as German. Most of the...

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