Adapting to local flavours

Diana Pelino is from Italy and is studying BA (Hons) Computer Animation Arts and Design. After the initial shock about eating behaviours in the UK, she soon started adapting to local flavours and discovered how international the Bournemouth cuisine really is. Watch her vlog to find out more. Diana Pelino, Italy, BA (Hons) Computer Animation Arts and… Read more »

UK food: reputation vs reality

Giorgios Kapsanakis is from Greece and is studying MA Directing Film and Television. In this vlog he tells us how Bournemouth can be an exciting place to eat, even though we are in England, which does not have such a good reputation when it comes to food. Giorgios Kapsanakis, Greece, MA Directing Film and Television, 2017/18

A foodie in Bournemouth

My name is Martina Gardeva and I am a Bulgarian postgraduate in MSc Tourism Management and Marketing. One of my favourite things to do when I am travelling is to try the local cuisine and taste new recipes. I consider myself a huge food-lover and I am so happy that I have found such diverse… Read more »

Finding your food niche

My name is Siju Yusuf from Nigeria, studying MA Media and Communication at Bournemouth University. Eating in Bournemouth is one of the easiest ways to culturally integrate. With an array of intercontinental provisions – Asian, Thai, African, Caribbean, British, etc – Bournemouth has all you need to find your niche. Food is one of the… Read more »

Eating Healthily in Bournemouth

Hi! I am JC and I’m from Canada, currently doing my Masters in Maritime Archaeology at Bournemouth University. Depending on where you’re from, you may find that the food here is often very bland. This doesn’t mean it’s like this at every restaurant. If you go to Italian, Indian or Asian restaurants the food is… Read more »