Frequently Asked Questions

What is your blog about?

Mondomulia is a food, coffee, travel and lifestyle blog. I write about recipes, restaurant and hotel reviews, coffee and brunch, and my own travel stories.

Why did you start a blog?

I created Mondomulia in 2011 as a place to share my photos and cooking experiments. Over the years, Mondomulia developed into a food and travel blog, a space to share my favourite recipes, restaurants and experiences travelling around the UK, Europe and the world.

How often do you blog?

I blog once or twice a week, a mix of recipes, restaurant reviews and travel guides.

Can I use your recipes on my blog or website?

Yes, you can adapt my recipes and share them on your own personal food blogs, but I ask that you credit me for the recipe and add a link back to my blog Mondomulia. If you want to publish one of my recipes for a brand campaign or on a publication, please contact me first to request permission.

Who takes the photos for you blog?

The majority of photos on Mondomulia are taken by me (I always credit the photographer when it isn’t me). If you would like to purchase usage rights to any of my photos, please email me.

Do you get paid to write about restaurants and hotel?

No, I don’t accept money from restaurants and hotels, unless it’s a writing or photography assignment, eg. when the brand wants to buy usage rights to use my original content. I often get invited to review restaurants and hotels; in these cases, I usually receive a complimentary meal or overnight stay. There is never an agreement for me to write positive reviews about these restaurants or hotels. I only review places that I genuinely love and that I want to recommend to my readers. I always share my honest opinion and disclaim what was offered to me.

All content and photos on this site are protected by copyright and cannot be used without permission. All photos on Mondomulia are my own work, unless otherwise stated. If you would like to feature one of my photos, please contact me in advance to negotiate usage rights.