Travel + Food Inspiration to Taste the World

How Far Would You Travel for good food?

I don’t really consider myself a food blogger, which admittedly is an odd thing to write, as one of the BxlFF organisers. I typically consider myself a travel blogger, but food and travel are so inextricably linked for me, I can’t do one without the other. Whether I’m exploring a new neighbourhood in Brussels, or a new country in Asia, I am thinking about what I’m going to eat.

I know I’m not alone (all of my fellow BxlFF organisers are travel obsessed foodies too.) For me, there’s no better way to get to know a place, than by eating its regional and traditional dishes. Whether it’s soup dumplings in Hong Kong, or Paella in Spain, for me, food just tastes better in its land of origin. In fact, I have been known to travel for the sole purpose of tasting regional food.

Travel to Ireland for Food Hong Kong or Hasselt, I'm thinking about where to eat... Hong Kong or Hasselt, I'm thinking about where to eat...

So, for further travel + food inspiration, I went trolling through some of our members’ blogs, to discover great tastes around the world. Whether you book a ticket to taste them in their homelands, or simply use them to flavour your own cuisine, I hope these ten travel + food articles inspire you to taste the world.

Belgian Taste Buds review the 3 Michelin Starred Restaurant Azurmendi, in Bilbao, Spain.

Cook & Roll takes us to Sardinia, Italy for sun, sand and, of course, food. (FR)

Eats to West shares 10 Things to do in Lisbon, Portugal (Yes, most of them are edible!)

On (Glourious) Food and Wine shares Impressions from 2 Days in Amsterdam.

S Marks the Spots guides us through gorgeous Ioannina, Greece.

Swonderful takes us on a city-trip to Budapest, Hungary.

Tasting & Living spends a Day Cooking with a Duchess in Palermo, Sicily.

Travelling With a Demanding Wife reviews Issaya Siamese Club in Bangkok, Thailand.

The Very Hungry Explorer takes us for a seafood feast in Esjberg, Denmark.

Why I Am Not Skinny reviews Clos Malverne, in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

And as a little bonus, I want to share my favourite foodie destination (so far) with CheeseWeb’s Foodie Guide to Hong Kong.

We’d love to know your favourite foodie travel destination. Leave us a comment (and a link if you have one) with your top foodie travel tips.