In Cyprus they like to eat well and eat a lot. They say that a typical resident of the sunny island sits at the dinner table as the last time. And it’s not surprising, because the abundant and amazingly delicious Cypriot national dishes have collected all the best that the world presented Greek, Turkish, Middle Eastern and Italian cuisines. Halloumi (Χαλλούμι) Halloumi is the first thing to try in Cyprus from food, because dense and brackish cheese has been cooked on the island since Byzantine times. Today, the famous dairy product is the national gastronomic pride, which in 2013 won the silver medal at the World Cheese Awards.
The local restaurants serve cheese with vegetables and watermelon, as well as grilled or frying pans. You can buy the culinary heritage of Cyprus at any supermarket in the country. The price depends on the Continue reading
Frankfurt am Main has many memorable and interesting places where you can cheaply eat and taste great beer or apple wine. ₽
Which of the cafes to choose and what to order from the menu, what dishes are considered Frankfurt specialties and how much they cost – you will learn about this from this review.
Budget cafes with an average bill of less than 20 €
Best Worscht in Town is a fast food chain with inexpensive sausages (3-4 €), burgers (4-5 €) and french fries (2.20-2.80 €). You can find the nearest cafe on the website bestworschtintown.de. Gref-Völsing – Be sure to check out Hanauer Landstr. 132 if you want to eat cheap Frankfurt beef sausages (Frankfurter Continue reading
A morning meal is designed to saturate a person, give him energy and mood at the beginning of working days or a relaxing weekend. Danish breakfast is no exception. ₽
On ordinary days, the Danes on the table – fresh rolls and various bread for sandwiches, butter and cheese, jam from berries, coffee with milk. For children, oatmeal is cooked or a faster option is prepared – corn flakes with milk. Also characteristic of Denmark only is ymerdrys, made from a mixture of rye bread and brown sugar. A morning meal on a weekend or holiday in Denmark is more thorough, because you do not need to rush to work. On such days, fruit and juice, soft-boiled eggs, sweet pastries (for example, wienerbrød – from puff pastry with filling), and sometimes even a local national drink, bitter herbal Gammel Dansk are served. We explain alcohol: breakfast is often celebrated in Denmark for birthdays Continue reading