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Tokyo: fun yakitori times at Joumon Roppongi

Dinner with friends in Tokyo? Look no further. Joumon Roppongi is the perfect start to your evening for some yummy yakitori, free flow sake and some good vibes. Located in Tokyo’s most international district, Joumon is a popular and happening izakaya that specializes Hakata-style grilled skewers.

Tokyo: private encounters over sushi at Matsue Ebisu

Tucked away at the back of a central junction in Ebisu, Sushi Matsue is probably one of the many sushi places in Tokyo but one of the few that are so worth it. An intimate omakase experience of high quality fish sourced daily from Tsukiji market, serving (mostly) locals since 1964. No Michelin star and no hype to it… just a rewarding and warm experience at one of the best omakase in town!

Brussels: sharing is caring at Ötap

Over the past couple of years the area between Place du Chatelain and Parc Tenbosch in Brussels has really upped its culinary game. From cosy Italian trattorias to hip wine bars, it's THE place to dine. Among the fierce competition Ötap is definitely one of the winners.

Pelion: dining like a king at Gefsokratoras

Finding a proper dining establishment with a gourmet kitchen, tasty dishes and a cosy vibe is surely an achievement on its own. Especially, when we’re talking about the ultra-touristic village of Portaria in Pelion. Gefsokratoras though, for many years in a row, consistently tops the charts on our list!

Volos: seaside meze at Jimmys

The culture of seaside meze is not a new one in Volos. In fact it goes way back when ship workers and other staff used to take small breaks during lunch when small food establishments -tsipouradika- offering basic treats opened near Volos’ harbor. Nowadays, it’s part of everyday life. And Jimmys in Agria is one of the top around!