Peru has experienced a gastronomical renaissance of sorts in the past decade, as the world has finally taken notice of the delicious creations emerging from tiny kitchens around the country. Arguably South America’s top spot for dining, travellers can expect top notch offerings for much less than they’d pay for similar-quality dishes in North America and Europe.
It’s safe to say that other than being the home of Tintin, the country of Belgium is most famous for its culinary creations. Here are three things you have to try before you leave.
I have a confession to make. I have a wee obsession with bubbles. Champagne, Prosecco, Brut—you name it, I’ll guzzle it. So when I visited France, I made sure to spend a day in the gorgeous region of Champagne.