Our insider tips about Europe’s best chefs and best restaurants making the most unique and delicious dishes.
Die Fette Kuh: A Cologne success story with heart and mind.
How do you manage to become known nationwide with a burger restaurant? Through conscious and responsible handling of food. Only fresh ingredients from local traders are used. It is cooked, waxed, vacuum-sealed and smoked by hand. If you have a burger, then a really good one; like the one from Die Fette Kuh.
Munich is a haven for foodies looking for rich culinary experiences. Especially the reinterpretation and evolution of a once highly traditional cuisine is remarkable and definitely worth a visit. Welcome to the culinary Munich of 2020, where Vans are the perfect addition to Dirndl and Lederhosen and the joy of creating evolutionary food concepts adds novelty to classic Bavarian recipes.
Growing up in Lima, Peru, Juan Danilo’s classrooms were kitchens. Taught by both his parents and grandmother from a formative age, he learnt both the culinary and holistic value of Peru’s natural produce. We sat down to discuss his family’s influence on his cooking, his journey from Peru to Germany, and more.
At Dresden’s best restaurants, the city’s alluring history meets modern cuisine. You don’t have to look hard to find everything from Michelin-starred fine dining to modern street kitchens.
We caught up with the founder of Chutnify, Berlin’s favourite Indian restaurant, to hear how she introduced Indian cuisine to spice-shy Berliners.
We visited the chef and owner of arguably Hamburg’s best Mexican restaurant to talk food culture, Mexico’s bountiful supply of ingredients and how his family inspired him to be a chef.
Berlin’s best designed restaurants are more than just exposed brick and wooden floors. Here are six eateries that look as good as they taste.