By Ruben Arribas As you know, we spent 9 days in Siem Reap, and did various activities. We did many different plans from visiting Angkor Temples, an adventure with the motorbikes in Siem Reap’s countryside, flying around Angkor temples, and visiting the night market everyday . Well, one day, we didn’t visit the night market … Continue reading Georges Rhumerie: A Wine Tasting in Siem Reap
VEGGIE MEAL? Really? Me eating Veggie meal? This is a major first! Why did I eat a veggie meal? because I was visiting the Big Buddha and was STARVVVINGGGG. But of course nobody will be selling any meat or burgers here though I was super craving it.. so yeah after visiting the Po Lin monastery … Continue reading EATING AT A HONG KONG TEMPLE – IS CHOI BECOMING A VEGETARIAN?
Chili’s isn’t a new name for us. With its inception in Kolkata, this place had always been in the hype, much due to the fact that it stands undoubtedly as the best restaurant in Kolkata serving Tex-Mex food. Their tripple dipper, burgers, fajitas, baby back ribs, blackened fish and everything else had been very famous among all of us.
The first outlet of Chili’s was at Quest Mall, which is my personal favourite. So, it was double the happiness on getting an invitation for a bloggers meet for their ongoing ‘Fajita Fiesta’ at Quest Mall. Now, I’m quite sure many of haven’t tasted or even known of a fajita before. A fajita is a part of Tex-Mex cuisine, in which grilled pieces of meat are served on a tortilla bread. This is one of the popular dishes in American casual dining restaurants but in Kolkata the only restaurant that serves…
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Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Crown Towers Melbourne, 130/8 Whiteman St, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia
3 years ago, it was an electrifying birthday lunch at the original Dinner by Heston Blumenthal in London, and this time round, the restaurant is revisited for the same occasion, however, at its second outlet in the Southern Hemisphere, Melbourne. Expectedly, an extremely intriguing meal despite the presence of heavy British influences which usually has an infamous connotation to monotony, yet instead with lots of creativity abound over here. My second visit and still, the star of the day for both the buddy and I goes to the Mandarin appetiser that made Heston a wonder. Sat comfortably, overlooking the skyline of melbourne through the 2 storey-high glass facade, that lies adjacent to the buzzing “open” kitchen, yet still able to enjoy the serenity of the packed restaurant, this was I thought pretty world class.
Started off with the…
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My first ever meal in St. Petersburg is at this Ginza Project owned International Cuisine calledGastronomika. I didn’t choose it! My lovely colleague who planned most of the St. Petersburg trip chose it, and kudos to her for choosing such an awesome restaurant.
This restaurant is located on the top floor of a mall called the “Olympic Plaza” and as such it provided a beautiful, astonishing view of St. Petersburg. We did request a window seat, and the restaurant obliged without us having to pay anything extra! Scoreeeeeee.
The food here was pretty decent, I got the pad thai as I was still craving thai food from my previous bangkok trip. Also ordered the Tom Yum soup because well…Tom Yum is just damn delicious. My colleague got the burger starters and also complimented. Overall, fantastic dining experience.
You know what was also really cool at this restaurant? The…
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