My third day in Salzburg. After days of hearty Bavarian/Salzburger food, I decided that it’s time to check out haute cuisine of the region.
The restaurant I picked was the Michelin one star
, by chef Andreas Kaiblinger. It was a stellar experience start to finish! Esszimmer Continue reading
“Lunch at Esszimmer*, Salzburg”
July was a good month!
With the lifting of the travel ban across the island, we can finally move outside of our county.
The first place we went to was Glendalough in Wicklow National Park, for a breath of fresh mountain air.
Continue reading “Ireland in July”
It was of pure luck that I picked Antiqvvm –
a Michelin one-star restaurant helmed by chef Vitor Matos – for dinner on our second day in Porto.
The restaurant sits on top of a hill overlooking the Douro river
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No.1 The unassuming Michelin three-star restaurant has only 25 tables. Reservations are booked months ahead. Online reservation is now available by clicking the
réserver button from their website.
No.2 Dinner starts at 20:15 and is one-seating only. Everybody gets the same
surprise menu designed by chef Pascal Barbot .
Continue reading “12 Things You Need to Know Before Dining at L’Astrance***, Paris”
This is a guest post by my friend and fellow blogger Katia Dickenson of
In mid-Feburary, Katia and her family went on a week-long jaunt to Maui. Throughout the week they journeyed across the island, visited a cat sanctuary, toured a chocolate factory and dined
very well along the way. Below is a report from Katia on the food aspect of Maui, accompanied by her professional quality photos, which made me want to book a trip to Hawaii’s second largest island right away!
Continue reading “Food Traveler’s Guide to Maui, Hawaii”
This is a guest post by my friend Darcy, who visited Portland last weekend and checked out the gluten-free food scenes over there. Below is a report of her food adventure in the City of Roses:
This is gluten-free comfort food. Started by a retired couple after he learned that he had Celiac disease. They also serve Chicken and Waffles, using different flour mixes.
Fish and chips
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It’s cold. It’s damp. It’s time for lamb shanks in Seattle.
Hungry Eyes Afghan Cuisine (CLOSED)
This used to be my favorite lamb shank place in all of Seattle Metro.
Continue reading “Lamb Shanks in Seattle”