As you know from my previous post, I loved New Orleans. The crescent city has beautiful architecture, a great nightlife and rich culture. But most of all, it has amazing food! The New Orleans food scene is a mix between Southern comfort food, creole and Cajun Louisiana cooking and multicultural culinary excellence. The melting pot … More Things to eat in New Orleans
Vietnamese food has taken the world by storm. The tasty, flavourful dishes, such as Pho, have become popular all around the globe. Fresh ingredients and herbs, with Chinese and French influence, make Vietnamese cuisine what it is. Each region has its own specialties and versions of staples such as Pho and Bahn My. The food in the north is more similar to Chinese, whereas food in the north has some subtle Thai notes.
Although it hasn’t replaced Thai as my favourite South East Asia cuisine, I thoroughly enjoyed eating my way through Vietnam. Here are some of the dishes you should absolutely try: … More Things to eat in Vietnam
I’ll be honest guys: I found the food in Morocco underwhelming. I know, shocking! However, that doesn’t mean that the food in Morocco wasn’t good, you just have to know where to look. So, which dishes should you try during your trip? Short answer, all of them. But these ones are especially delicious: … More Things to eat in Morocco
Like everything else in Slovenia, the cuisine is influenced by the countries turbulent history. Italy, Austria, Hungary, and Yugoslavia all left their delicious mark on Slovenian cooking. And Ljubljana is the perfect place to try all those typical dishes as well as international food. My favourite food experience in Ljubljana was the open air food market. Every Friday (if the weather allows), local restaurants cook in front of the Cathedral with music and drinks. Here are a few things you absolutely have to try: … More Things to eat in Ljubljana
Austrian food may not be world famous, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t good. As a central European country, the local cuisine has been influenced by German, Czech, Hungarian and Italian culture. Austrian food, in general, is hearty, rich and heavy on the carbs and meat. But these days, lighter and vegan-friendly options are popping up everywhere. … More Things to eat in Austria