Tag: Gastronomy

Hidden Gem Madrid: Gelateria Di Angelo

The Gelateria Di Angelo is quite an institution in Arganzuela, a neighbourhood in the Banks of the Manzanares River. It’s…

Summer in Madrid: Jardín Secreto de Salvador Bachiller

Calle Montera is a central street in the middle of Madrid’s city centre, a very crowded and underrated street. In…

Hidden Gem: Le Café-Bistrot, Institut Français of Madrid.

Spring is getting closer, a so it is the summer. So here, in suddenlyonboard.com, we decided to honour this time…

The golden corner in Calle Espiritu Santo.

Everything started with a guy running through Madrid late for a date. It was one of those winter days when…

Hidden Gem Colombia: La Cocina de Pepina.

María Josefina Yances knew all of the things life could offer. The smells, colours, flavours and textures. She knew, and…

Hidden Gem Bogotá: The Best Ajiaco in the world.

The Ajiaco for those of us who grew up in Colombia is synonym for Mother or Grandmother, of childhood. It’s…

Hidden Gem Bogotá: Zatar.

At the end of the XIX century and the beginning of XX century a wave of Syrian and Lebanese immigrants…

Hidden Gem Bogotá: La Fama

Great food, great drinks and an amazing interior design. La Fama, a traditional name for a butcher’s shop in Bogotá,…

Hidden Gem Rome: Testaccio

Unknown for many, Testaccio neighborhood was once essential to Rome’s economy. It was the “port of Rome” where different goods used…

Hidden Gem Bogotá: Andante Pan y Café

Hidden between Las Torres del Parque, one of Bogota’s most important urban milestones, we find Andante Pan y Café and…

Hidden Gem Madrid: San Fernando Market.

A truly Hidden Gem from Madrid, in one of Madrid’s most traditional neighborhood, Lavapiés. Just a few tourist land on…

Hidden Gem Porto: Bolhão Market

Eating cheap in Porto is not hard. Neither it is a good taste. Getting it served with charm, a smile and…

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