Gourmet Traveller


Travel the world in search of the ultimate gourmet destinations discovering the many unique flavours that make up an area’s culinary identity...

  • Mountain Brew

    Ethiopia Mountain Brew

    Coffee is Ethiopia’s gift to the world and life’s true leveller, enjoyed by rich and poor. Rosemary Barron explores the country’s precious – and delicious – natural resources
  • A Moorish Mirage

    Rabat A Moorish Mirage

    Step into the Moroccan capital of Rabat and you enter a city that stands apart from its tourist-laden siblings. Nick Savage explores its enchanting, untouched streets, charming architecture and historic ruins
  • Trading Places

    Zanzibar Trading Places

    An Indian Ocean outcrop, Zanzibar offers a colourful clash of African, Indian and Middle Eastern cultures. Its brilliant white-sand beaches, famous spices and fish diet are matched only by islanders’ warm welcome, says Michael Raffael
  • Moutain High

    South Africa Moutain High

    Drakensberg and the Midlands of KwaZulu-NAtal contain some of South Africa's mist breathtaking landscapes - and the local cuisine has a burgeoning reputation. Marc Millon discovers this diverse region.
  • Souk and You Shall Find

    Djerba Souk and You Shall Find

    After landing here on his Odyssey, Ulysses declared Tunisia’s island of Djerba a magical and mythical place. Michael Raffael discovers a bustling land that’s played host to a spectrum of settlers over the years, all of whom have left their culinary mark.
  • Way Out West

    The Gambia Way Out West

    The tiny nation of The Gambia is known as West Africa’s ‘smiling coast’. Jane Labous finds a warm welcome in a land of peanut fields, fish markets and fearless beekeepers.
  • Southern Exposure

    Namibia Southern Exposure

    At first glance, its landscape could belong to any number of African countries, but Namibia has unique influences, culture and cuisine, as Michael Raffael discovers.
  • Every Shade but White

    Morocco Every Shade but White

    Casablanca-born Abdesslem Khalil, chef-patron of London’s Doukan, reveals the sights and smells that colour the palette of his home city.

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