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There’s never been a better time for dining in Tokyo, a staggering megalopolis with nearly 200,000 restaurants to serve the 9.2 million souls inside the city's central wards.
It took a while for Czech people to re-embrace their native foods after the end of communism but in the past ten years, grandma's cooking has become cool again.
Until 2003, no foreigner would consider visiting Copenhagen to eat well but what was previously a culinary no-man's land is today a must visit city for any foodie.
Portugal's iconic dishes, historical recipes, and bountiful natural ingredients are the subject of renewed focus, and at the centre of it all lies beautiful Lisbon.
Meatballs and smorgasbords were swept away in Stockholm's international dining movement and the Swedish capital now pushes "farm-to-table" to a whole new level.
Sausage, potatoes, vodka and pierogi are the items most often associated with Polish cuisine, but it's time to discover long-forgotten dishes and Poland's proud culinary identity.
From “poor-but-sexy” to “not-so-poor-and-very-hungry”, Berlin has replaced its wild techno culture with gastronomy thanks to smart entrepreneurs.
Traditional fine dining is dead in the Norwegian capital, making room for sleek neighbourhood restaurants which are redefining age-old techniques in a food-hungry capital.