Where can you eat good vegetarian food in Hasselt, Belgium? You can eat mostly vegetables or even vegan at these hotspots in the capital of Belgian Limburg. Sometimes the foods in the restaurants are also organic, with regional products and fair-trade ingredients. Check out these delicious and sustainable tips to enjoy your weekend in Hasselt. Read more »
Where to enjoy pure food around the world: organic, local, fairtrade, mostly veggie and always delicious!
In Ostend, I found hotspots where you can also eat tasty vegetarian foods. Sometimes you can choose organic vegetables from the Ostend vegetable garden. We look for great places to have a shot of espresso, a specialty coffee, and a good glass of wine on a rooftop terrace. If you are staying in this city on the coast, choose a place with a view of the sea and beach. Read more »
It’s time for an update on tasty pure hotspots in London! We are looking for fine restaurants with vegetarian and vegan food. Do you have more tasty tips in London? Leave your comment under this blog. Check out these 3 delicious sustainable hotspots and put them on your to-do list! Read more »
Wine and cheese is always an excellent combination. In the Liège area we visited some great wine and cheese producers producing biologically dynamic wine and organic cheese. Oops, there’s chocolate too. Chocolate is the answer, who cares what the question is.
Liège is a great idea for a city trip. The fifth largest city of Belgium and the largest city of the French-speaking region Wallonia. Where do you go for great local food? Check out these four tips: Pure! restaurants. Read more »
Where to eat vegetarian, organic and local food in Palma de Mallorca? 3x Tips with healthy and delicious food in Mallorca’s capital and largest city of the Balearic islands.
Looking for a quiet hotel in Mallorca? Pure! Food & Travel will give you 3 tips: each and every one of the gorgeous rural agriturismos with organic food comes from their own garden or from local suppliers. It’ll be nice to discover different places on the island, away from the crowds with these slow travel boutique hotels in Mallorca! Read more »
The length of Algarve is about 150 kilometres, from Spain to the Atlantic West Coast. We visited only the eastern part, from Faro to the Spanish border. These are the holiday Algarve tips: discover some cities, sample local food and regional specialties, bike along the coastline and surprise yourself with a jeep tour. Read more »
Where do you eat in the Algarve? Pure! Food & Travel has 4x Algarve restaurants tips for you. In addition to a Mediterranean culinary base with fish and crustaceans, lots of vegetables and juicy fruit, you will also find plenty of Moorish influences in the Algarve. Think of ingredients like citrus fruits, figs, almonds and locust beans. Read more »
There are many places you can stay in the Algarve, such as hotels, B&Bs, at a campsite or at a small and nice eco-design boutique hotel. You can already guess, we chose the last one. I recommend two places for you in the relatively quiet coastal area between Faro and the Spanish border. Read more »