I’ve been meaning to explore the food scene in London more and Trullo has been on my list for a while. Given how close I live to the restaurant, it’s a wonder I haven’t been sooner. Last night I finally had the opportunity to try it out while catching up with some of my good friends!
I am drooling just thinking back on my experience at Eslava in Seville, Spain. It was one of those places that was ranked pretty highly in tripadvisor and was right around the corner from where we were staying, so we decided to drop in.
After a week in Barcelona chowing down on a lot of seafood and a day of traveling, I was ready for some food, in particular…meat! My friend had made a reservation prior to our arrival, so we had to patiently wait until it was time to eat.
It’s been a while since I’ve shared my thoughts on a place to eat in London and what better way to catch up with good friends over gourmet BBQ! After we did a bit of indoor rock climbing we were all definitely ready for some drinks and grub.
When I asked around for recommendations to my friends who had went on the India trek organised by the Indians in our class, the number one suggestion was definitely to eat at Indian Accent. So of course I grabbed my travel party for a fancy meal with some wine, a nice change of pace from what we had been having in India thus far.
I’ve been in a cooking frenzie lately and absolutely loved my experience in Thailand at Silom Cooking School, so of course my friends and I got another lesson in the local cuisine in Morocco! Cafe Clock is both a cafe and cooking school that attracts the foreigner crowd, which was apparently opened by a Brit.
After several failed attempts at finding good non-touristy places to eat we finally decided to check out one of the recommended eats from the Lonely Planet guide. It did not let us down, not only was it filled with locals, it was super cheap and tasty!
My newest favorite activity to do while on holidays is cooking classes. What better way to experience a culture than through their food? And that is exactly what I did on my first trip to Thailand, learn how to make some of their most famous dishes (and then eat them!)
My first time in Jeju was a bit miserably rainy and cold, but there was one particular surprise highlight that made it all better. It was our last food stop before heading straight to the airport and it was a small little hidden restaurant in Yeog-dong.
Bone Daddies is famous for it’s Japanese ramen (which I still have yet to try), but they have also opened up 2 other restaurants: Flesh & Buns and Shackfuyu. I loved Flesh & Buns, so had to try their Shackfuyu out too! This restaurant serves izakaya western-inspired Japanese dishes.