When you start planning your travel, what is your first thing you google? I know it’s food, since you are reading this… Chowzter is all about real bites in the city, the fast bites as well as the local small eateries, everything reflected … Continue reading →
You know the rule, if the locals are lining in front any of the eateries, dive in, you most probably are going to get a treat. La Ideal, was packed when we got there, seems the tiny place was always … Continue reading →
I like the places were they focus on one or two ingredients. It means they trust on its freshness and taste, not to forget knowing how to prepare it. La Casa Del Abuelo is known for their shrimp and langoustine. … Continue reading →
Everyone told me to go there, to dine there, so I did. Very disappointed! It was ‘the one bad meal we had’ in Madrid. This old and beautiful establishment turned a big deep eat and get out hole. Go there if you want to get rushed service, grumpy waiters, crampy tables, bugs in your salad and entrecote tough as a rock. Waiter did not bother to stop instead he said momento in a very rude way, overlooking his glasses, while I was trying to him about my salad being a dumpster! Never again.
I love love love dim sum. But who doesn’t? The morning we landed and left our luggage to our hotel, we rushed to our first reservation in Berlin. Yumcha Heroes was located like every where I love, in Mitte. A … Continue reading →
Does not matter where I travel to, the first thing I google is a decent coffee stop. The Barn, was my stop, a coffee base in Berlin. Keen and obsessed with their coffee beans and brewing methods, coffee geeks, as … Continue reading →
Snowed in and working on my lectures, classes, getting bored, I caught myself going through London photos…. Spending most of my time in my favorite restaurants, The River Cafe photos took me back to last summer. River Cafe is one of … Continue reading →