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Aux Armes de Bruxelles- a must visit for seafood lovers

By: Vaishali Sengupta | 4 Comments | | Category: Restaurant review

Our first day in the lovely city of Brussels brought us to this restaurant, one of the few non tourist-trap places that was close to where we live. The streets are lined with these obnoxious guys smiling their evil smile trying to lure you into their little street side cafes with... more

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Riverford Farm Restaurant- a unique field to table dining experience

By: Vaishali Sengupta | 0 Comments | | Category: Restaurant review

A trip to Devon is for pampering our tastebuds- and what better way than to visit Riverford Farm- who has been diligently delivering veg boxes all over town. We thought that it would be really interesting to give the place a visit and find out what makes their food so interesting.... more

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Yauatcha City London – a culinary delight

By: Vaishali Sengupta | 5 Comments | | Category: Restaurant review | Tags :

I love dimsums and I try them out every chance I get. It is no wonder, therefore that Yauatcha, the dimsum specialist os one of my favourite hauants. Can you believe that I have eaten at 3 of Yauatcha ‘s restaurants in  in 2 continents. I’ve tried the dimsums at... more

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A foodie trip around Dubai

By: Vaishali Sengupta | 0 Comments | | Category: Restaurant review, Travel, Uncategorized

Uttering the name Middle East conjures up a picture of vast sprawling deserts, golden sand, setting sun, camels and mounds of piping food- of delicious kebabs, shawarma rolls, tabboulleh, falafel and biryanis. But the name Dubai means gold, shopping and food. So when in Dubai where would you go and... more

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Castello Cheese and Bacon Blues at Ed’s Easy Diner

By: Vaishali Sengupta | 3 Comments | | Category: Restaurant review, Reviews

Castello makes some great cheese. I am frankly, quite addicted to their pineapple cheese, which is a real delight. Their new product is a blue cheese created specifically for burgers. Its basically their extra creamy Danish Blue, cut to a perfect size for a burger. Well, that got me wondering... more

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