On October 1st 2014, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands officially opened the first covered market hall in the Netherlands – the Markthal Rotterdam. Located in the city centre of Rotterdam, this huge upside-down horseshoe shaped market contains 96 fresh food stalls, eight restaurants, and 228 apartments. One of the highlights of the building is the […]
It isn’t everyday that a chef flies from one part of the world to another just to make you one of their currently off the menu specialties. Yet, on May 2nd 2014, that’s exactly what happened. Mike Johnson of Sugarfire Smoke House is no stranger to the restaurant business. His insanely popular barbecue restaurants in Missouri […]
The southernmost province of the Netherlands, Limburg, with its hilly landscape, likes to defy the idea that the Netherlands is a totally flat country. The name Limburg derives from the fortified castle town known as Limbourg, currently in the Belgian province of Liège, which was the seat of the medieval Duchy of Limburg. Many of […]
What is your distraction technique for eating alone? A strategically placed notebook and pen? A mobile to the ear? Or maybe an open book? No matter what your strategy, it is clear that there still exists a stigma when it comes to eating alone in public. It is this stigma that Dutch design agency Marina […]
If ever you’re longing for the taste of candy from years gone by, there’s a tiny shop in Delft, the Netherlands, which can satisfy your sweet tooth and allow you to indulge your nostalgia. Located in Delft’s historical city centre, Winkeltje Kouwenhoven has an interesting past. Now situated on the charming Sint Agathaplein, it has […]
What is Travel Gluttons?
Travel Gluttons is about finding good local food around the world and understanding how to eat it.
We’re here to help make sure you don’t go hungry while travelling, to show you exactly how to tackle that unusual dish without looking like a fool, and to help you enjoy the culture of a location through its food.