Osteria Ilaria I had been given a strong steer from the restaurant manager at Amaru that I should check out Tipo 00 and/or its next door sister place Osteria Ilaria. I found Tipo characteristically busy so headed to Ilaria which while also buzzing had a couple of potential corners into which to squeeze me. I …

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University Cafe Lygon Street in Melbourne is home to their Little Italy district. This means a succession of restaurants and cafes, some dating back to the early 60s, offering all manner of Italian treats. This is added to by a parade of other restaurants reflecting the city’s developing identity as a major cultural melting pot. …

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SPQR

SQPR Such tired. Many sleepy. My room was still not available for another two hours so lunch seemed like the only sensible choice to pass the time before a collapsing sleep. I did some Googling as I had a hankering for pizza and wanted one that was good. SPQR appeared at the top of some …

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Brera

Brera Part of the fun of visiting different cities is not only sampling their local cuisine, but also checking out their interpretations of cooking styles from around the world. Accordingly, on a sleepy Sunday evening I headed to one of Seoul’s better regarded Italian restaurants, Brera. Just next to the wonderfully named Beotigogae underground station, …

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Wanderers Kneaded Dan’s Verdict On another sunny day in Edinburgh I walked over the Meadows to visit a new street food van that has got a semi-permanent pitch at the south end of Middle Meadow Walk close to Argyle Place. Wanderers Kneaded serves pizza out of a very snazzy looking truck with a large wood …

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