Tag: italian

mercato metropolitano london pizza
Tucked away in the Elephant and Castle, just off Borough High Street, sits Mercato Metropolitano. A food court with a range of stalls spanning a range of cuisines from all around the world. Braving the post-work crowds, we wandered in to check it out. 
The Ritz Restaurant, London
Fewer restaurants in London can boast a more breathtaking dining space than The Ritz Restaurant. A deserving holder of 1 Michelin Star, finally awarded in the 2017 guide, The Ritz Restaurant is one of the most popular places in the capital when it comes to spoiling oneself. 
Tiramisu with Coffee Ice Cream
Tiramisu is given an Asian twist with this amazing Vietnamese Coffee Ice Cream from the wonderful range at Yee Kwan. This Tiramisu is traditional for the most part but the ice cream really gives that intense coffee hit along with a new texture. The two parts work incredibly well together...
Courgette and Chestnut Mushroom Frittata
  Shaping up for summer is now entering the critical stages with the warm weather fast approaching. Here at Artisan Traveller we are looking to swing towards the healthier options when it comes to breakfast. This...
Gordon Ramsay Lemon Pizza
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pGHLv5a1jg Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo and Fred Sirieix recently took a journey through Italy, France and Scotland - with hilarious consequences. The show, broadcast on ITV, was like cookerys answer to Top Gear.   During a...
Gelato Village, Leicester
The heatwave shows no sign of ending so to bring our temperatures down a bit, we headed to an ice cream parlour in the St Martin's area of Leicester city centre. Gelato Village came to Leicester in 2014 but it’s taken us until now to discover the place, better...
The Ryder Grill at The Belfry
Drifting away from our usual surroundings of the East Midlands, we took a detour down the A42 to Sutton Coldfield, around half an hours drive away. The reason? We had been hearing good things about a certain place famous for golf, it even has hosted The Ryder Cup. Now,...
Street Food, Basel
Normally you would arrive in Basel hungry for Fondue or Toblerone, not Pad Thai and Argentine steak. If that is the case, however, you can get your fix of the world food scene in the Markthalle beside the main SBB station. If, like us, you arrive on a Sunday when...

The Pisa Mover

Pisa Mover
So, what's the quickest way to get from Pisa Galileo Galilei Airport to Pisa Central Station? Well, the answer is The Pisa Mover monorail system. We had been waiting ages for the stretch of train line between the airport and the station to be modified into the brand new...
Joe Wicks 'My Mum's Special Lasagne'
Lasagne, who doesn’t love it? This was one of my favourite foods growing up and it seems that Joe Wicks was no different. To get a healthy version of a cheese-laden carb-fest appears virtually impossible - well, to me anyway. So how would a ‘healthy’ version of a favourite...
Trofie Pasta with Genovese Pesto
This takes me back to my time in Liguria, Italy. In particular the city of Genoa, famous of course for it’s vibrant green pesto. Trofie also is a native pasta to the city and is unbelievably easy to make - have a go, you’ll love it!