CNN Site Map for Section Food and Drink (Galleries) for March - 2017
- 2017-03-29Patrons at Imad's Syrian Kitchen are served large sharing platters under candlelight, and seated closely at family-style kitchen tables.
- 2017-03-28Stuffed cabbage leaves, L'Arpège: L'Arpège's chou farci, or stuffed cabbage leaves, highlights vegetable master/chef Alain Passard's culinary belief that "the most beautiful cookery book was written by nature itself."
- 2017-03-27Cafe Giang: "Ca phe trúng," or egg coffee, is a Hanoi specialty. A creamy soft, meringue-like egg white foam is perched on dense Vietnamese coffee. While venues across the city now serve it, Cafe Giang claims to have invented it.
- 2017-03-24Cable Bay: Cable Bay, near Oneroa village, looks back towards the distant skyscrapers of Auckland.
- 2017-03-17Nordic food identity: Noma's chef Rene Redzepi was among a group of pioneers who revolutionized Nordic food and its identity. As Noma served its last dish -- white chocolate-covered moss -- in February 2017, it marked the end of an important era in g
- 2017-03-16Best of Belfast: "The thing that an Irish pub offers better than anybody is the welcome," says Sean Muldoon, right, pictured with his Dead Rabbit co-owner Jack McGarry in city center bar Maddens. "We've taken the best elements of back
- 2017-03-15London's oldest restaurants: Looking for a meal that will leave a lasting impression? CNN Travel explores London's finest culinary centenarians. The youngest on this list is turning 100 this year, whereas longest-standing London restaurant Wilto
- 2017-03-13Little Adventures: A food concierge and experiential tour company in Hong Kong, Little Adventures explores the delicious underbelly of Cantonese life -- uncovering everything from cafes and bakeries to markets and tea shops.
- 2017-03-13Japan's Mitsuki Moriyasu invented "salad cakes", made entirely of vegetables, in 2015.
- 2017-03-08Tomomi Maruo is considered the queen of "charaben" -- charater bento boxes. Over the past 13 years, she has become renowned for her realistic portrayals of famous figures, such as Barack Obama, in the boxes.