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Villeroy & Boch Brindille Vieux Luxembourg plates with Luxembourgish-shaped cookies mirroring the design Giveaway: Villeroy & Boch Brindille Vieux Luxembourg Set – CLOSED

Luxembourg National day is coming up on the 23rd June, so it’s…

Three plates of festive fingerfood with champagne glasses and winter decoration Oriental Fingerfood Spread

An oriental fingerfood spread for an exotic feast The festive season equals…

Giveaway: Book, Cookie Cutters + Villeroy & Boch Mugs

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED The run-up to Christmas is on, so…

Ca(fe)sino

Ca(fe)sino is a lovely museum café in Luxembourg city. This is where…

Miele Cooking Class

Want to cook with me? I’ve partnered up with my show sponsor…

Paniers de Sandrine Paniers de Sandrine

Sandrine runs a farm in Munsbach, where she grows vegetables in her…

Anne's Kitchen Giveway Giveway: My book, cookie cutters and Villeroy&Boch plate

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED It’s the 1st December so the run-up…

Luxembourg Cookie Cutters

I am very proud to announce the launch of my very first…

Café Vis-à-vis Café Vis-à-Vis

A really nice old-school Bistro in the heart of Luxembourg city. Perfect…

De Gielen Eck De Gielen Eck

Traditionally, many bistros in Luxembourg used to have a Keelebunn – a…

Café des Artistes

If you’re looking for a cozy hideaway to spend a relaxed evening…

Marie Astrid Boat “Princesse Marie-Astrid”

Taking a trip on board of the MS “Princesse Marie-Astrid” is a…

Anne's Kitchen Fairtrade Dinner Anne’s Kitchen Fairtrade Dinner in Hesperange

I’ll be serving up a 3-course dinner in Hesperange on October 27th….

Book Signing + Tasting at Chapter 1

I’ll be serving some food from my three cookbooks and talking about…

Eat it Festival Eat it Festival

I will be serving food from my new book ‘Home Sweet Home…

Upcoming Events

COOKING CLASSES 2018 6th November: Luxembourg Classics with a Twist, Registration: Miele Cooking…

Parc Merveilleux Luxembourg Parc Merveilleux

The Parc Merveilleux, or ‘Beetebuerger Park’ as most people in Luxembourg call…

Mëllerdall Véronique Kolber Mëllerdall / Little Switzerland

The Mëllerdall is also dubbed Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland. Once you visit this…

Véronique Kolber De Grënge Schapp

De Genge Schapp is a lovely ‘beach-style’ café on the Echternach lake…

Musée Rural et Artisanal

The Musée Rural et Artisanal in Peppange showcases how people lived in…

Spicy paneer jalfrezi curry Spicy Paneer Jalfrezi Curry

I absolutely love making curries at home – there’s just something very…

Pok Pok NY Pok Pok NY

Don’t expect pad thai or green curry at this Thia restaurant. Pok…

Tacombi at Fonda Nolita Tacombi at Fonda Nolita

One of my favourite places in NYC is a little Mexican place…

Dominique Ansel Bakery NYC Dominique Ansel Bakery

This little Soho French bakery has shot to international fame with its…

Eggo Competition

Do you live in Luxembourg? Would you like to dig into these…

NUX spreads nut butter Product Love: Luxembourgish Nut Butter and British Crisps

I’m a sucker for food products – whenever I travel I spend…

Cookbooks Cookbook Love: Food Book Fair gems

I love browsing book stores in foreign countries – the cookbook sections…

Cookbooks Cookbook Love: US cookbooks

This week’s Cookbook Wednesday is slightly different as I’m not presenting one…

New York Cult Recipes Marc Grossman Cookbook Love: New York, Cult Recipes

Every so often, there is a cookbook that makes you want to…

My Cologne Food Map

If you want a quick glimpse of all my favourite food spots…

Theatercafé Filmdose

This used to be my favourite café as a student in Cologne….

Leuchte Kaffeebar

This cutesy vintage café makes amazing fresh waffles. Yum! Leuchte Kaffeebar Karolingerring…

Ab nach Erdmann’s

This neighbourhood restaurant serves up hearty German fare made with regionally sourced…

Habibi

This Lebanese Imbiss serves arguably the best falafel in Cologne. Set in…

Van Dyck Coffee

This little artisan coffee roastery is a real find: set in a…

Café Sehnsucht

Ahhh, a café with such a poetic name (“Sehnsucht” means longing)… Café…

Cologne – an overview

It seems like a lifetime ago when I packed my bags and…

Fatih Karadeniz Pidecisi

In Istanbul, you have to make sure to go and eat pide….

Markthalle Neun / Streetfood Thursday

Head to this food hall on a Thursday night and you’ll be…

Rogacki

The most amazing fish deli! Make sure you’re hungry when you head…

De Maufel

A Luxembourgish restaurant in Berlin!!! Head here for excellent Luxembourgish wines and…

Glücklich am Park

Waffle shop and clothes store in one. If you buy an item…

Café Anna Blume

Lovely neighbourhood café in Prenzlauer Berg that’s very popular for its breakfast…

Bonbonmacherei

You’ll literally feel like a kid in a candystore when entering the…

Fassbender & Rausch

Chocaholics beware: This is the biggest chocolate shop in the world!!! Fassbender…

Banh Xeo Saigon

Great little Vietnames place that specializes in “fake meat” products, which they…

Mio Matto

Björn Moschinski creates beautiful and yummy vegan creations in his restaurant –…

Veganz

Vegan supermarket with a huge selection of vegan foods and products –…

Sauvage

Berlin’s first Paleo restaurant serves “caveman” food, which means no grains, no…

Type Hype

Typography fans will love this cool coffee shop and graphic design store…

Currywurst Museum

If you love currywurst you’ll love this museum! Lots of interactive displays…

Wirtshaus Max und Moritz

The Wirtshaus Max und Moritz in Kreuzberg offers proper German comfort food…

DDR Museum

The DDR Museum is the perfect place to get a glimpse into…

Konnopke’s Imbiss

My favourite currywurst in Berlin can be found at Konnopke’s imbiss, right…

Asitane

Asitane restaurant specializes in the forgotten cuisine of the Sultans – Ottoman…

Özkonak

Özkonak is is a muhallebici -a pudding shop specializing in dairy desserts….

Karaköy Güllüoğlu

The best baklavas in Istabul!!! Really, you have to stop by this…

Balik Ekmek

Under the Galata bridge you find a handful of colourful boats that…

Dönerci Şahin Usta

Dönerci Şahin Usta in Fatih: there’s no doubt about this one: the…

Istanbul’s Spice Market

This is the first place I always head to in Istanbul, as…

Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar

Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar is a maze full of exotic goods, tourist tad,…

Istanbul – an overview

If there’s one city that combines all the characteristics of a 21st-century…

Colmado Quilez

Traditional deli with old school charm. Buy your fix of canned goods,…

Granja Viader

This milk bar dates back to 1890, and it still looks really…

Mar Salada

The restaurants along this Barceloneta beach strip tend to be tourist traps….

Montiel

Montiel restaurant, in El Born, focuses on ingredients from the Catalan region….

Casa Calvet

The restaurant at Casa Calvet benefits from an oustandingly exclusive location. Set…

La Plata

La Plata is a lovely little hole in the wall that promises…

Can Culleretes

Can Culleteres is Barcelona’s oldest restaurant. Founded in 1786, it’s in fact…

La Boqueria Market

La Boqueria is an absolute must for any food lover. Barcelona’s most…

Bar Cañete

Bar Cañete serves excellent tapas in a lovely modern setting. The tapas…

El Xampanyet

This tiny lively tapas bar is a brilliant place t0 start the…

Barcelona – an overview

For me, there’s no Spanish city like Barcelona. When I think of…

Street Feast in Dalston Yard

Ok, let’s not beat around the bush: London is a foodie’s wonderland!…

House of Ho – Vietnamese in Soho

Chef and food TV presenter Bobby Chinn, who already runs restaurants in…

Baozi Inn

I always stop at Baozi when I need a fix of Dandan…

Jen Café

This is my favourite casual dumpling place in Chinatown. When you pass…

Wright Brothers

Head to this Soho institution to sample some great British seafood dishes….

Sketch

To say that Sketch is a pretty crazy place is an understatement….

Little Social

Jason Atherton is the rising star of London’s restaurant scene. He set…

Dishoom

I love Dishoom for its excellent Bombay café food. The premises are…

Tayyabs

Tayyabs is one of my absolute favourite Indian restaurants. By now a…

Kaosarn

This little place on Brixton village market serves authentic Thai food –…

Franco Manca

If you’re searching for London’s best pizza, look no further! Franco Manca…

Honest Burgers

With outlets in Brixton, Soho and Camden, the Honest Burger guys are…

St John Restaurant

A true haven for meat lovers, this meat restaurant is a real…

The Old Red Cow

This little pub is a real treat for beer lovers, as it’s…

Little Bird

This cocktail bar is only opened on Saturdays – when it’s time…

St John Bakery

The best custard doughnuts in town sell out like hotcakes on Saturday…

Borough Market

London’s most famous food market draws in the crowds from Thursday to…

Maltby Street Market

This small market is one of London’s best hidden gems. Every Saturday,…

Poppies

This diner serves decent fish and chips in retro surroundings. Staff are…

Greenberry Café

If the hustle and bustle of Camden gets too much, make a…

Primrose Bakery

Stepping into this cutesy cupcake bakery always makes me feel like a…

Brewdog

Head to Brewdog to sample some great Scottish beers and ales. I…

Hawley Arms

Located just next to Camden’s main markets, the Hawley is a great…

Chin Chin Labs

Science geeks will love this quirky ice-cream parlour, in which liquid nitrogen…

Books For Cooks

This place is heaven for cookbook lovers – an entire shop dedicated…

Biscuiteers

Ice ice baby – it’s all about icing in this little biscuit…

Daylesford Organic

For foodie gifts head to Daylesford Organic, a lovely farm shop that…

Tramshed

Chicken or steak, that’s the question that awaits one at Mark Hix’s…

Spitalfields Market

Every Sunday, Spitalfields Market draws in the crowds with innumerable stalls selling…

Brick Lane Beigel Bake

Head to this 24-hour Brick Lane bakery for the best bagels in…

Bubbledogs

Not strictly in Marylebone, but also north of Oxford Street. There’s a…

The Natural Kitchen

This Marylebone food shop has a great deli counter with mouthwatering salads,…

The Ginger Pig

One of the best butchers in London. Head here for great quality…

Cybercandy

This place makes you literally feel like a kid in a candystore….

Rules

Founded in 1798, London’s oldest restaurant has fed legends like Charles Dickens…

The Tea House

What would the British be without their tea? At The Tea House…

Wild Food Café

Step into Neil’s Yard and you don’t feel like you’re in London…

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