"The wine and cocktail programme is the best in the city."
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"In the 60s, Cambridge was a place people flocked to from all over the world like they do now with New York or Berlin."
"It's a really magical part of the world."
"Seattle has the infrastructure to support anything from high-end restaurants to laid-back venues."
"The evolution started when homegrown chefs began developing their creative output and showcasing their take on the cuisines they were cooking."
"You’ll never run out of options."
"It's my favourite Indian restaurant in the world."
"Kraków can easily be regarded as the Polish wine bar capital."
"The smell of anise is typical of our city and brings back memories of walks in the mountains and along the sea.
"Madrid’s food culture is the coming together of all the backgrounds that make up the city."
"Communities of different backgrounds kind of live together and it doesn’t feel that way in other cosmopolitan cities."
"When they opened their own restaurants in Ghent, it encouraged a wave of young chefs to do the same and it freshened up the whole scene."