About Eating Out Europe

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Just jump inte the food scene, eating and drinking your way through it. Personal introductions and enjoy my experience in restaurants, hotels, bars, food markets and delicatessen shops. Copenhagen, Barcelona, Paris, Madrid, Naples, Milan, Verona, Sorrento, Seville are just som of the cities in Europe I have visited. I hope you’ll enjoy reading the reviews on Eating Out Europe. Bon appetit!

Everything on this blog is produced with Apple products – iPhone 5, 5S, 6, 6S, 7, 8 and MacBook Pro.

I have written several e-cookbooks about Italian and French cuisine. You can find the books on iTunes by clicking on the titles below.

Mi Cocina Francesa – Spanish edition

Mi Cocina Italiana – Spanish edition

My Italian kitchen Classic Italian cooking – English edition

My French kitchen Classic French cooking – English edition

Eating Out Europe Naples – Guide to restaurants, pizzerias, cafes, bakeries, bars, wine bars and gelaterias

Eating Out Europe Rome – Guide to Guide to restaurants, pizzerias, cafes, bakeries, bars, wine bars and gelaterias

Eating Out Europe Marseille – Guide to restaurants, bars, wine bars, cafes, bakeries and gelaterias

Eating Out Europe Seville – Guide to tapas bars, cafes and restaurants, English edition

Eating Out Europe Madrid – Guide to tapas bars, cafes and restaurants, English edition

Eating Out Europe Venice – Guide to trattorias, osterias, pizzerias, enotecas and restaurants, English edition

Eating Out Europe Milan – Guide to trattorias, osterias, pizzerias, enotecas and restaurants, English edition

Eating Out Europe Copenhagen – Guide to restaurants and cafes, English edition

Eating Out Europe Verona – Guide to trattorias, osterias, pizzerias, enotecas and restaurants, English edition

Eating Out Europe Barcelona – Guide to tapas bars, cafes and restaurants, English edition

Eating Out Europe Paris – guide to bistrots, brasseries and restaurants, English edition

The poor student’s cookbook, English edition

A Taste of Italy, English edition

Tonight it’s french, English edition

Tonight it’s italian, English edition

Rom skal spises, Danish edition

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