Russia’s first touch-table cafe says it offers easy service and entertainment to customers in the southern city of Vladikavkaz.
Sales of a beer made by a small British brewer are soaring in China after President Xi Jinping was pictured drinking a pint of Green King’s IPA beer with Prime Minister David Cameron at his local country pub. Continue reading
Russians admire a full-size chocolate Putin statue at a fair in St. Petersburg.
A 54-year-old man in central China turns his passion for chillies into a profession. Julie Noce reports.
The World Health Organisation warns that processed meat can cause cancer and that red meat probably can. But Londoners are sceptical of the claims, dismissing the red meat warning as a fad.
Japanese pop music singer, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, is popularizing the Japanese kawaii (cute) culture among London teenagers through her music and fashion. And Japanese home-style and kawaii cuisines such as Matcha, Izakaya, Ramen and Temaki, are also being brought to the cafes and restaurants of London, along with the Japanese culture of socializing by sharing food.
A giant pumpkin weighing almost a ton is the cream of the crop at the Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Weigh-Off in California.
Greek non-governmental organisations (NGOs) join forces and feed lunch to thousands using more than a ton of “ugly” vegetables and fruits that would have been thrown out.
The world’s largest and rowdiest annual beer festival comes to an end, with Munich organisers saying visitors drank 7.3 million litres of beer during the 16-day long party.
Ten Budapest restaurants showcase migrants’ national dishes in a bid to encourage tolerance.