Reykjavik after the crisis
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24 May 2013
We head to Reykjavik to hear how the city’s restaurant scene has got a boost after the financial crisis and classic dishes such as fermented shark still have their fans. We also look at Berliners’ new-found interest in local vodka and discover a new type of coffee that is becoming popular in Asia’s luxury hotels.
24 May 2013
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