Travel FOOD & BEVERAGES
  • Chocolate Around the World

    Learn about the history of chocolate and travel to the best destinations to eat it. Journey to chocolatey joy today!

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  • Travel Healthy

    Health is not opposite to a sybarite’s life as a frequent traveler. Discover how to look and feel your best with DINKtravelers.

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  • New Year’s Desserts

    End the year doing what you love the most: traveling and enjoying sweet delicacies your palate will adore!

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  • The Best Dishes in Greek Gastronomy

    Learn about the history and recipe behind two typical and exquisite dishes you’ll taste in your next trip to Greece: tzatziki and moussaka, and discover the world bite by bite.

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  • Naan and Curry

    Curry is a mixture of spices that can be sweet or very spicy. Spoon it out with naan and enjoy your encounter with Indian gastronomy.

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  • Eating in Mexico

    Discover the best traveler-friendly Mexican dishes with this advice and enjoy each bite with your all senses!

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  • Pasteis de Belém

    Pastéis de Belém are a guilty pleasure for your sweet tooth that will invite you to travel.

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  • Laksa Soup

    If a dish is listed 7th in the World’s Fifty Most Delicious Foods list, then it deserves giving oneself the opportunity of trying it: Laksa

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  • Dumplings and Wontons

    Plan a gourmet journey to China where you’ll try wontons, commonly known as dumplings. They’re little bundles of joy.

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  • Top 3 Beach Cocktails

    From a hipster elixir to the queen of tropical cocktails and Hemingway’s favorite drink…we’ve got the perfect beverage for you!

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  • Authentic Swiss Raclette

    An exquisite feast melts before your eyes and what follows is a unique gastronomic experience. Try the raclette!

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  • Iberico Ham

    Iberico ham is one of the most renowned and coveted products from Spain. Learn about its varieties and discover the art of being a ham cutter.

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  • Andalusian Gazpacho

    Andalusian gazpacho is one of the most traditional Spanish recipes. Have it on a hot day!

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  • Eating in a Pub

    For the British, social life takes place in pubs, so you’ll find there the most typical dishes of this destination.

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  • Vivid and Exciting Experiences in Jamaica

    Travel to Jamaica where great reggae singer Bob Marley was born… and where you’ll taste the best coffee brew and all kinds of rum.

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  • Night Markets in Taiwan

    Enjoy a delicious experience by having Taiwanese food at one of the night markets of Taipei.

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  • The Best Places to See in Strasbourg

    Escape to Strasbourg, France, and discover its unique charm following our tourist route.

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  • 3 Days in Aguascalientes

    Discover the cultural and gastronomic heritage of Mexico with this 3-day route in Aguascalientes.

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  • Kanpai!

    In your next trip to Japan, toast like an expert with a tasty cup of sake. Kanpai!

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  • Try Singaporean Chicken Rice

    The famous Singaporean chicken rice actually comes from Hainann Island in China. Try it with DINKtravelers.

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  • Singapore-Style Chili Crab

    Chili Crab was elected as one of the 50 most delicious dishes in the world. Find out where and how you can try it.

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  • Healthy Snacks for Traveling

    Healthy snacks make any trip more enjoyable by helping you fight fatigue and control your cravings.

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  • Food Tourism and Health

    In Japan, visit healthy and gourmet restaurants where you can try delicious desserts made with organic vegetables.

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  • The Vegetarian Tourist

    Venture in the vegetarian side of gastronomic tourism.

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  • Okonomiyaki

    Okonomiyaki is a famous Japanese-style pancake/crepe. Try the Kansai-style and Hiroshima-style and taste variety!

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  • The Green Fairy

    Absinthe was known as “The green fairy” because it’s said to alter the mind. Try it in your next trip to Amsterdam.

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  • New Year’s Gourmet Dinner

    Travel to taste New Year’s specialties and ensure success for the following year.

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  • Tsukiji Market

    Enjoy a maritime gastronomic experience at the Tsukiji Market in Tokyo and try a sashimi that will melt in your mouth.

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  • World Breakfast Tour

    There are so many varieties of breakfast in this world! Try them in Japan, Paris and Mexico.

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  • The Best Gouda Cheese

    When you take home a souvenir from your trip to the Netherlands, think about a creamy and succulent Gouda cheese.

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  • Must-See Places in Segovia

    Travel to Segovia to see where Isabel of Castile proclaimed herself queen and the fortress that inspired the design of Snow White’s castle.

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  • World’s Biggest Beer Festival

    Enjoy, drink, discover and celebrate during the world’s biggest beer festival: Oktoberfest.

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  • Visit Two Vineyards in One Day

    Visit Viña Montes and Lapostolle, two vineyards that will let you discover the best of Chile's sustainable winemaking tradition.

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  • Make a Toast with Retsina

    Pair your lunch with a glass of retsina, a 100% Greek resinated white or rose wine

  • Dine and Dance

    Nightlife in Athens is quite lively. Dine out and try some moussaka accompanied by traditional Greek music.

  • Try Something Delish

    Make the most of your visit to Campeche by trying the region’s typical dishes including dogfish bread, chicken with peanut sauce and black beans with pork meat.

  • Enjoy Good Eats

    Remember that chili pepper is frequently used in Mexican cuisine, so before you order a dish, ask your waiter whether or not it’s spicy.

  • Enjoy Good Eats

    Try a freshly made corn tortilla filled with avocado, a pinch of salt and a few drops of hot sauce.

  • Beware of Cultural Perspectives!

    When a Mexican says that something is “a little bit spicy” consider that it’s three times as spicy as he says.

  • Try Something Delish

    When you travel to Tecozautla ask where they sell aniseed bread, a local specialty.

  • Eat Without Worries

    There’s Mexican food that’s prepared without chili, so don’t worry if you’re not used to spicy dishes and you’re traveling to this country.

  • Forget About Your Diet

    You mustn’t forget that many Mexican dishes have a high colorie content, so prepare to gain some weight during your trip.

  • Eat Well and Save

    Look for local markets where you can try authentic Mexican food and save.

  • Try Typical Dishes

    Try the typical dishes at each Mexican state. You’ll be fascinated by the diverse flavors and varieties of récipes you’ll find in this country.

  • Dining in Palenque

    When you dine at the restaurants located on the way to Palenque, try the local specialty: Chaya soup, a fine example of the Mayan culinary inheritance.

  • Gorditas

    Corn patties, known as gorditas, filled with different stews are the typical dish in the area close to Peña de Bernal.

  • Choose the Best Season to Travel

    Travel to China for the Chinese New Year celebration which takes place in February because they follow the lunar calendar. It’s the perfect time to try some dumplings

  • Taste Something Delish

    Dumplings are so famous that you can have them in many places around the world, but you won’t find tastier versions than in China.

  • Travel Without Gaining Weight

    Don’t worry about the calories, a steamed dumpling only provides 45 calories, so you can have several.

  • Try The Best Rum Cocktails

    Rum is Jamaica’s national drink and they mix it with just about any other beverage. Try it mixed with coconut water for a sweet yet refreshing beach cocktail.

  • Learn how to go to the Shilin Night Market

    Shilin Night Market in Taipei is accessible if you take the subway, line 2, Jiantan station.

  • Drink Wine at a Winstub

    Wine plays an important role in Strasbourg, so DINKtravelers recommends visiting winstubs, taverns where you can taste the wines of Alsace.

  • Practice Ecotourism in Aguascalientes

    Visit the town of San Jose de Gracias, a place where you’ll find many hanging bridges and ziplines surrounded by immense forests.

  • The Best Chili Crab

    In order to eat Chili Crab go to Boat Quay. Because it’s one of the most touristic áreas in Singapore, you’ll find numerous restaurants that serve this typical dish.

  • Spicy Tastes

    Take into account that Chili Crab is spicy, so ask about how intense its flavors are.

  • Travel to Segovia by Train

    The fastest way to get to Segovia from Madrid is through the AVE train from Chamartin station. You’ll get there in only 25 minutes.

  • If you’re not a big drinker, order a Radler

    During Oktoberfest, beer is served in quantities of 1 liter. If you want to drink less, order a Radler, half beer combined with lemonade. It’s quite refreshing.

  • Spicy but Safe

    Even though habanero chili is very spicy, it’s not hard on your stomach.

  • Cold Souces

    Pico de gallo is a cold “sauce” or topping prepared with diced tomato, onion and Green chili. It’s not very spicy.

  • Sweet and Spicy

    Not everything in Mexican cuisine is spicy.

  • Typical Mexican Dishes

    In each Mexican state you’ll find different and unique typical dishes.

  • Prehispanic Vegans

    Most Prehispanic original recipes are vegetarian.

  • Prehispanic Origins

    Mexican food has a Prehispanic origin, so corn is its main component.

  • True Mexicans

    Chili pepper is a staple product in Mexican gastronomy. They say that a Mexican who doesn’t each chili is not a Mexican.

  • The Perfect Companion

    Corn tortillas are the perfect pair for all Mexican dishes.

  • Mexican Products

    Mexico introduced chocolate, chili and corn to Europe.

  • Giant Tamales

    There’s a Mexican tamal (dish) called zacahuil which weighs approximately 70 kilos. It’s prepared with chicken or pork, ancho, guajillo and morita chili, and it’s wrapped in banana leaves.

  • The Many Flavors of Dumplings

    For the Chinese New Year celebration, apart from preparing fish and pork meat dumplings, you can also order vegetable, seafood and meet varieties.

  • Dance Reggae in Jamaica

    A Jamaican proverb says: “those who can’t dance say the music is no good”. There, people have great music and they dance to the rhythm Bob Marley hits like “No Woman No Cry” and “Don’t Worry Be Happy”.

  • Fun facts about stinky tofu

    Stinky tofu, commonly sold in night markets and hawker stalls, but not in restaurants, can be eaten cold, boiled or fried and is usually had with hot sauce. It’s so smelly that it stinks like rotten garbage or smelly feet!

  • Alsatian Wines

    Did you know that wines from Alsace are the only French Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée wines?

  • Japan in Aguascalientes

    Due to the growing industrial investment of Asian companies in Mexico, Aguascalientes is home to one of the biggest Japanese colonies in the country.

  • Connecting Flights for Foodies

    It’s practical to program a connecting flight in Singapore when traveling to China, Malaysia or other Asian countries. Once at the airport, you’ll find several restaurants that serve Chili Crab.

  • Etiquette in Austria

    In Austria it’s impolite to put your hands under the table while eating.

  • A Famous Dessert from Segovia

    Ponche segoviano is a gastronomic delicacy in Segovia. This dessert that was first commercialized in 1926 consists on a rectangular sponge cake made with flour, eggs and sugar, bathed with syrup, filled with custard and covered with a fine coating of marzipan.

  • The Nazis at Hofbrauhaus

    In 1920 this brewery in Munich was the place where the German Workers Party which later became the German National Socialist Workers Party used to meet. At Hofbrauhaus they established the 25 thesis of the Nazi party.

  • Foreigners in Oktoberfest

    Each year there are over six million visitors in Oktoberfest of which 25% are foreigners.

  • On All Products

    Ristorante Ai Due Ponti

    Typical Roman Restaurant in Rome


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    1. Show the DINKcard voucher to the salespeople.

    2. Show the DINKtravelers website where Ristorante Ai Due Ponti offers the discount.

    Visit the web site www.negozistoricieccellenza.it to see the complete list of the Historical shops in Rome characterized by activities that operate in compliance with national laws and municipal authorities, in accordance with the rules on trade and security in the workplace, and in compliance with both Italian and foreign customers.

  • In the Total Bill

    George Mexico

    Mediterranean Food in CDMX


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    1. You must show the valid voucher in print

    2. The discount applies in the total bill

    3. Tips are not included

    Mexico City

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    Mexican Food .

  • On your Purchase

    Gelateria Giolitti

    Gelateria & Restaurant in Rome


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    1. Minimum purchase of €30

    2. Show the DINKcard voucher to the salespeople.

    3. Show the DINKtravelers website where Giolitti offers the discount.

    Visit the web site www.negozistoricieccellenza.it to see the complete list of the Historical shops in Rome characterized by activities that operate in compliance with national laws and municipal authorities, in accordance with the rules on trade and security in the workplace, and in compliance with both Italian and foreign customers.

  • On your Purchase

    Ciampini

    Restaurant & Pizzeria in Rome


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    1. Minimum purchase of €30

    2. Show the DINKcard voucher to the salespeople.

    3. Show the DINKtravelers website where Ciampini offers the discount.

    Visit the web site www.negozistoricieccellenza.it to see the complete list of the Historical shops in Rome characterized by activities that operate in compliance with national laws and municipal authorities, in accordance with the rules on trade and security in the workplace, and in compliance with both Italian and foreign customers.

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    Ristorante Il Vero Alfredo

    Pasta Restaurant in Rome


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    1. Show the DINKcard voucher to the salepeople.

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    Visit the web site www.negozistoricieccellenza.it to see the complete list of the Historical shops in Rome characterized by activities that operate in compliance with national laws and municipal authorities, in accordance with the rules on trade and security in the workplace, and in compliance with both Italian and foreign customers.

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    Antico Caffè Greco

    Bar, Café & Restaurant in Rome


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    1. Show the DINKcard voucher to the salespeople

    2. Show the DINKtravelers website where Antico Caffe Greco offers the discount

    Visit the web site www.negozistoricieccellenza.it to see the complete list of the Historical shops in Rome characterized by activities that operate in compliance with national laws and municipal authorities, in accordance with the rules on trade and security in the workplace, and in compliance with both Italian and foreign customers.

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    Babington's

    Tea Room & Restaurant in Rome


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    1. Show the DINKcard voucher to the salespeople.

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    Visit the web site www.negozistoricieccellenza.it to see the complete list of the Historical shops in Rome characterized by activities that operate in compliance with national laws and municipal authorities, in accordance with the rules on trade and security in the workplace, and in compliance with both Italian and foreign customers.

  • TYC specialty coffee

    Tierra y Cielo Restaurante

    Mexican Food in Chiapas


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    1. Get a free TYC specialty coffee when you order a desserts tasting menu

    2. The promotion does not apply for more than 4 diners.

    3. This promotion is valid thru December 15th 2016

    Service hours ** Lunch and dinner hours ** from 01:00 pm to 11:00 pm. We close on Mondays. Previous reservation required

    Mexican .

    Mayan

    Mexican Food .

  • On a Nutritional Consultancy

    Veggie Tasty

    Travel in Good Health


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    1. The nutritional consultancy is given through a 1-hour call via Skype

    2. In order to make the appointment you need to fill-in a form with your medical records and send it via e-mail to veggietasty@gmail.com to our Veggie Tasty nutritionist

    3. Nutritional consultancy services available only in Spanish

    Mexico City

    Mexican .

  • Cocktail & Dessert

    Zumo

    Mexican Food in San Miguel


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    1. FREE Artisanal Welcome Cocktail and a Dessert

    2. Discount applies for every paid dinner per person

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  • On Entire Menu

    Centro Bharati

    Vegetarian Cuisine in Guanajuato


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    1. Not valid during local festivals such as GIFF and Cervantino.

    2. All other dates valid from 8:30am-9pm during the restaurants normal hours of operation.

    Mexican .

    Mexican Food .

  • Conditions

    1. Non transferable discount.

    2. Non-cumulative with other promotions or discounts.

    Mexico City

    Mexican .

    Mexican Food .

  • In your Ticket

    Rocketto Sweets n´ Fun

    Retro Diner in Puebla


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    1. Not valid with other promotions

    Mexican .

    Mexican Food .

    Puebla

  • Glass of Wine

    Vapiano

    Mediterranean Food in CDMX


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    1. Receive a Free glass of wine when you show this voucher

    2. You must present the voucher.

    3. Our guests can only choose between red wine and white wine (Vistana Santa Carolina).

    4. Only one glass of wine per voucher.

    5. Valid in all Vapiano Restaurants in Mexico.

    VAPIANO CARSO
    Lago Zurich #245. Ampliacion Granada. Centro Comercial Plaza Carso. Ciudad de Mexico, D.F. 11590.
    +52 (55) 49 76 03 21
    VAPIANO SAMARA
    Antonio Dovali Jaime #70. Samara Shops. Col. Lomas de Santa Fe. Ciudad de Mexico, D.F. 01210.
    +52 (55) 52 92 09 58
    VAPIANO REFORMA
    Paseo de la Reforma #250. Ciudad de Mexico, D.F.
    +52 (55) 52 07 39 29
    VAPIANO PARQUE TOREO
    Blvd. Manuel Avila Camacho #5. Toreo Parque Central. Fraccionamiento Lomas de Sotelo, Naucalpan de Juarez, Estado de Mexico.
    +52 (55) 55 57 10 08
    VAPIANO TLALNEPANTLA
    Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz #280. Estado de Mexico, Plaza Tlalne. San Lorenzo, Tlalnepantla de Baz Mexico.
    +52 (55) 91 55 75 33
    VAPIANO CARSO
    Lago Zurich #245. Ampliacion Granada. Centro Comercial Plaza Carso. Ciudad de Mexico, D.F. 11590.
    +52 (55) 49 76 03 21
    VAPIANO SAMARA
    Antonio Dovali Jaime #70. Samara Shops. Col. Lomas de Santa Fe. Ciudad de Mexico, D.F. 01210.
    +52 (55) 52 92 09 58
    VAPIANO REFORMA
    Paseo de la Reforma #250. Ciudad de Mexico, D.F.
    +52 (55) 52 07 39 29
    VAPIANO PARQUE TOREO
    Blvd. Manuel Avila Camacho #5. Toreo Parque Central. Fraccionamiento Lomas de Sotelo, Naucalpan de Juarez, Estado de Mexico.
    +52 (55) 55 57 10 08
    VAPIANO TLALNEPANTLA
    Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz #280. Estado de Mexico, Plaza Tlalne. San Lorenzo, Tlalnepantla de Baz Mexico.
    +52 (55) 91 55 75 33
    Mexico City
    Mexican Food .

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    Queretaro

  • Glass of Wine

    Ristorante Intervallo

    Real Italian Food in CDMX


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    1. One glass of wine (red or white) per person with your lunch or dinner. Non-cumulative with other promotions.

    2. Only with meals.

    3. Promotion valid for up to 12 people.

    4. We recommend calling ahead to make a reservation.

    5. Non cumulative with other promotions.

    6. It only applies with meals, per person.

    7. Reservation recommended

    Mexico City

    Mexican .

    Mexican Food .

    Queretaro

  • Sweet Crepe & Drink

    Crepa'lgusto

    Creperies Totally Different in CDMX


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    1. Sweet crepe and a drink for only $49 MX

    2. Subject to product availability

    3. Discounts are valid when you present this voucher

    4. Valid at the branch offices in Mesones 123, Frikiplaza, and Freak center

    5. Share our social networks

    6. Like our Crepa'lgusto Facebook page

    7. Discount aplicable only in Sweet crepe (2 ingredientes)

    8. Other choice for the discount is --Mycrep (1 filling) for only $29.00MX--

    Mexico City

    Mexican .

    Mexican Food .

  • Black Coffee

    Garabatos

    Mexican Food & Desserts in CDMX


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    1. Garabatos invites you a black coffee when purchasing a personal cake.

    2. It doesn't apply with other promotions or discounts

    3. It doesn't apply in corners at Liverpool department stores

    4. You'll receive a medium black coffee

    Mexico City

    Mexican Food .

    Mexican .

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