Cusco, Peru • Joyful Fusion

This tip is provided by our English Explorer, Siobhan Lawless. A stone’s throw from Plaza de Armas in Cusco, my taste buds skyrocketed to new levels of happiness. ‘Morena Peruvian Kitchen’ or ‘Café Morena’ provides all foodies with a first-class dining experience, where authentic Peruvian dishes are served with a modern makeover.  It’s ideal for…

Paris – Céréaliste

This Tip has been suggested by our English, Paris-Based Explorer: Rebecca Smith After the success of their pop-up stores and events, the five friends behind the Louis Cochon clothing brand have opened up Paris’s first cereal bar. If life gets a bit much and you want to embrace your inner kid, this is the place…

York, England – Bennett’s By Night

Bennett’s is one of those daytime tea rooms that unfortunately, almost gets lost in York‘s vast collection of pretty coffee and cake establishments. Cafe-by-day, the place is an easy to stumble on rest spot, perfect for post-York-Minster munchies. What perhaps stands out about Bennett’s, and what the place holds over all the rest, is it’s…

Buenos Aires – The Latino Sandwich Secret

This Tip has been suggested by our South America based Explorer: Katharine Biggs Known for its European vibes, it’s easy to get lost in the charm of Buenos Aires. If you’re like me and most travellers, and find yourself here on a tight budget then you should definitely head to Latino Sandwich, a small but…

Seoul, South Korea – Sheep Cafe

Cat cafés have been popular in Asia for years and have recently started popping up around the whole world. Cat cafes are still popular in Asia today but here in Seoul, South Korea a quirky café owner has opened a sheep café! The café ‘Thanks Nature Café’ is located in the popular student area of…

York, England – Coffee for Cool Customers

Hobbling along the sleepy, cobbled streets of York is bound to get a little tiring at some point, right? Well, at Tiplr we think it must due to the copious amounts of cake and coffee on offer from the quaint tea-rooms on each and every corner (and trust us, there are a number of corners in…

Tangier, Morocco – Mint Tea Time

In place of alcohol, Moroccans like to drink “Moroccan whiskey,” or mint tea. The most famous place to drink mint tea, and an absolute must if you visit Tangier, is Cafe Hafa. Cafe Hafa opened in 1921 and has seen famous guests such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and William Burroughs. Snag a table overlooking…