Desert-to-dish cuisine, authentic Mexican street food and a quietly flourishing
wine scene make the south-western American city of Tucson a gastronomic hotspot.
Over centuries, the Curaçaoans’ healthy resourcefulness has paid off, for behind the glamour and dazzling physical wonders of the Caribbean island, a connection with nature shines through in local food and a creative approach to sustainability
Famed for its diamond district, Flanders’ biggest city reflects a multicultural past and present, where forward-thinking and age-old tradition are woven together. It’s an attitude, not just of the people, but reflected in the city’s cuisine too
On scenic Kythira, family-run outfits nurture bees, olive oil is overflowing, fish travel mere metres to the table and twice-baked bread ensures nothing is wasted. It’s no surprise a zero food footprint is a realistic goal
Against a backdrop of mountains, cable cars and street art, the Grenoble locals
favour rich, hearty dishes, finessed with regional specialities. In a land
characterised by the imposing Alps, this French city surprises at every turn
Abundant fish from sea and lake, a Mediterranean landscape punctuated by
centuries-old olive trees, wild herbs and vines, and a lesser known but varied food
heritage allow tiny, sun-kissed Montenegro to punch above its culinary weight.
The Unesco-protected Retiro district in central Madrid brings together old-school neighbourly charm with luxurious, leafy promenades – and a flurry of new restaurants adding to an already authentic dining scene
The wild coastline of western Wales is joining the ranks of the country’s food destinations, as a network of producers and chefs unite to push the culinary boat out
Perched on Spain’s westernmost tip, arguably overshadowed by Basque and Catalonian big hitters, the ancient Galician port of A Coruña is claiming its share of the culinary limelight, with age-old expertise in serving octopus, tapas and the only proper way to cook tortilla
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