Food on Holiday

The best artisanal ice cream must go to the ice cream parlour Fior Di Gusto in Albano Laziale, Rome, Italy (my home town). You cannot go wrong with hazelnut, chocolate and double whipped cream. πŸ˜‹

If you never tried Venezuelan cuisine, you can eat amazing dishes like this one at Arepa & Co in Haggerston, London. It overlooks the Regents Canal and it is just lovely! You cannot leave this place if you haven’t tried Santa Teresa Rhum Orange. This sumptuous, decadent rum liqueur, will quickly become your favourite spirit.
Need a cake in London? Lola’s cake shop is fantastic!! I ordered this coffee cake for my husband’s birthday and it was so good! You may also want to try their cupcakes. Delicious. 😊

Who can resist an English breakfast? I love The English Restaurant near the Old Spitafield Market in London. From the dΓ©cor to the food, everything is great about this place!

If you ever need a good restaurant in Rome, Italy, La Cantina Di Dante is your place. My niece Chiara will welcome you at her restaurant like no one else and she will serve you the most amazing food, that is meat or fish, it all taste really good! 🀩

If you ever will visit Bucharest, you must eat at a restaurant called Caru’ cu bere on Stavropoleos Street in the Lipscani district, originally opened as a brewery in 1879. I loved everything about this place, from the dΓ©cor, to the food, is a great place to have lunch or dinner!
If you were in Merida, Venezuela, up until 2018 and you fancied an ice cream, Heladeria Coromoto was the place to go. Established by Manuel Da Silva Oliveira in 1980, it was known for offering a Guinness World Record of 860 flavours (actual Guinness World Record is 985 flavours held by Matt and Mike Casarez USA). Unfortunately, due to supply shortages caused by the economic crisis in Venezuela, this place is currently closed ☹
The London Afternoon Tea at St. Ermin’s Hotel with sweet and savoury delicacies is inspired by seasonal ingredients from the Hotel’s very own rooftop kitchen garden. And of course, all this lovely food is accompanied by a bottle of champagne. Courtesy of my husband who surprised me and his mum with this very enjoyable afternoon treat!
Poppies Fish & Chips in London. A place that will take you back to the 1940s/1950s and totally my favourite!
Want a Neapolitan style pizza in London? So far, the best places are Zia Lucia (if you are on a budget) and L’ Antica Pizzeria Da Michele (not cheap, but the truffle mushroom pizza is totally worth it. It won the Champion London Pizza Festival!). Michele opened his first pizzeria in Naples in 1906 and currently, is in Cesare Sersale Street, the place where Julia Roberts filmed a scene for the movie “Eat, Pray, Love”. Viva la pizza!! πŸ•πŸ˜‹