February looks like a great month for dining out in different corners of the world.
Whether you're getting a taste for Nordic fare at Europe's biggest restaurant festival in Denmark or hitting some popular spots in New York, this month is all about affordable dining.
If, however you're up for food and experience, there's plenty of variety to be found from masterclasses and apres ski at Russia's leading food festival to chef food and film premieres in Berlin.
Find out the details below.
What's on in February 2018
1. IKRA, Moscow - Until 4 February
Russian chef Vladimir Mukhin hosts this star-studded food festival set in Sochi. Now in its second year the S.Pellegrino, Acqua Panna and Fine Dining Lovers sponsored event champions all the exciting food coming out of Russia with a host of international guest chefs joining in the festivities in dinners, workshops, lectures and apres ski.
Find out our more about the festival plus our top picks.
2. New York City Restaurant Week - to 9 February
The big apple has some of the most eclectic dining options in the world - here's your chance to make the most of it - the city's best restaurants have a steal of a menu with a three-course prix-fixe for $29 for Lunch and just $42 for Dinner.
Find out more here plus our pick of participating restaurants.
3. Dining Week Across Denmark -11 to 18 February
Over 200 restaurants across Denmark get involved in Europe's largest restaurant festival in collaboration with S.Pellegrino. Diners get to take their pick of set three-course menus, at the same fixed price, regardless of which restaurant they choose across the country.
Find out more info here.
4. Culinaria at Berlin Film Festival - 12 to 17 February
Film buffs with a love of good food are in for a treat at this year's twelth edition of the popular "culinary cinema." Set inside the Berlinale film festival foodies can head to the hip German capital of Berlin, from 12 to 17 for a fix of Michelin chef dinners and top food films.
Find out more here.
Gastronomy will be under the spotlight once again as Quebec's largest city warms up for the 19th edition of one of the largest winter festivals in the world, Montreal en Lumiere, running from 22 February to 4 March.
Find out more about the gastronomy programme here.