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Top Restaurants in 10 of the Best Cities Across the Globe (Part 1)

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It’s hard to navigate around a foreign city in search of the best places to eat. Amidst all the banners and the neon signs of food establishments in the sprawling city, there are only a select few worth visiting. Unfortunately, unlike the locals, you do not have the time to wander around and taste every place that strikes your mere fancy. In this article, we guide you to the best restaurants in one of the top global cities of the world so you know where to eat when you’re there.

New York

  1. Locanda Verde – Andrew Carmellini helms this Italian restaurant in TriBeCa. The dish that most reviewers recommend is the sheep-milk ricotta served with herbs. The patries of Karen DeMasco gives a hearty breakfasts in the restaurant its muffin top with her signature lemon tarts and coffee cake.

Top 10 Most Extreme Restaurants in the World [with videos]

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What do you consider in finding the perfect place to eat?  On top of the list is the sumptuous food that they serve. Others consider affordability.  For some, the location of the restaurants matter. The ambiance is a huge factor too. That is why restaurant owners pay interior designers to provide a well suited setting for their dining place. They choose the best materials in building up their restaurants.  Dishes together with its tableware are served in a very artistic manner.

Some imaginative restaurateurs add some twists to their set up to spice things up a bit. Aside from the awesome interiors you will be amused with how the meals are served or how you should be eating them. Weird food plus themed environment equals unique dining experience.

Opaque, Los Angeles, California


Top Restaurants in 10 of the Best Cities Across the Globe (Part 2)

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We continue our gastronomic journey through 10 great cities and check out the best restaurants that can please our palates. In case you missed the first 5 cities we listed, you can click here to read about the top restaurants we featured.

London

  1. Modern Pantry – This quirky establishment offers one of the best breakfasts in London. Helmed by Anna Hansen, guests will have an enjoyable time picking on their English breakfast or Modern Pantry’s signature omelettes.
  2. Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House – The English know their oysters well and this is quite evident at Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House. Get a plate of the oysters and drink Prosecco.
  3. The Restaurant at St. Paul’s – This treasure is just right behind St. Paul’s Cathedral. Sample their treats like salmon with brocolli and their leek puree. Their gingerbread sandwich filled with ice cream is laced with natural honey.

Top 5 food destinations in Abu Dhabi for the best brunches

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Abu Dhabi has an oil reserve that is expected to last thru this century so we can expect this attractive metropolis to make some more leaps to improve its attractions to lure travellers. It is not as city-like as Dubai but this green city has a lot to offer. First, they do not have traffic jams. Second, they have offer the best destinations to satisfy your craving for good food.

We line up some of the best food destinations in Abu Dhabi where you can get the best brunches:

Talay

Talay gives you the best choices you can ask for a brunch. Get a bowl of soup and some Thai salad as your starter. Next enjoy the hot dim sum choices. Your next stop can be seafood, chicken, or beef main dishes. If you are a vegetarian, you only have limited options at this place and the best one can big servings of the pineapple fried rice.


Gastronomic Delights: Best Restaurants in New Jersey

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Ah, New Jersey. The place where you can find that magnificent shoreline dotted by huge hotels and glittering casinos which make up Atlantic  City, Princeton University, and The Situation (no use in denying it). It is estimated to be home to over eight billion people of different races.  Over the year, foreign influences infiltrated various aspects of the local culture including food, which have undeniably enriched NJ’s range of gastronomic delights.

Here are a couple of things you might want to check out next time you find yourself in the Garden State:

Indian Food

A big part of the population of Jersey City is of Indian descent, so don’t be surprised to find a lot of Indian restaurants here. There is a wide range of places where you can eat which obviously serve food that is very different to the main fare on an American family’s table. In JC, you’ll be able to choose from accessible take-out places to something fancier. India Square is pretty much the center of the whole business of Indian cooking in the city, specifically Newark Avenue. Here are two places that might just make it on your favorites list:


Food Travel: The best restaurants in Las Vegas

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There was a time when Las Vegas was not known for good food. Then during the early 90’s the priorities of developers shifted as casinos and hotels as great flavors introduced by chef Wolfgang Puck developed the palates of holidaymakers. Today, you can no longer keep up with the count as restaurants pop up providing a myriad of choices and flavors for foodlovers.

Here are some of the best Las Vegas restaurants today where you do not gamble your money on mediocre cuisines and always end up raking in good reasons to come back :

DW Bistro


Travel Guide: Finding the best restaurants in Shanghai, China

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Shanghai is a very dynamic metropolis right in the heart of fastest growing economy of the world. It is among the vibrant cities in the world and is home to a lot of tycoons who continue to grow their business all over the globe. Shanghai practically grows as a city everyday and the world is trying to keep up with it.

Shanghai is where China meets the rest of the world. It is a place for modern architecture, latest fashion, technology, fads, and great food. In case you are going for a Shanghai holiday, you will find the rest of this text useful since we listed down some of the best restaurants in Shanghai:

Lynn


Food Travel: Best Restaurants in Buenos Aires

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In Argentina, they have this proverb that tells us that hunger is one fine kitchen. And after you read this article, you may say it makes an excellent restaurant as well. Buenos Aires is magical. It mesmerizes many of its visitors by offering plentiful entertainment – their trick to strip off one’s determination to leave.

The outstanding and luscious cuisine of Argentina’s capital is one of the culprits in its trap. Below are several of the best restaurants in the magical city.

Astrid & Gastón

Astrid and Gaston’s expansion mirrors the Peruvian food’s widening around the globe. Its first branch opened way back in 1994 in the beautiful city of Lima. It has reached Ecauador, Spain, Argentina, Chile, Spain, and Mexico.
Its elegant gold and ravishing red panels makes this colonial townhouse’s unit one romantic haven.