When in Turkey, do what the Turks do—dine at the best kebab restaurants! After all, no one else understands the delicacy that is the kebab more than the Turks. For them, kebabs are not just staples but tiny slices of luxury—the perfect union of spices, meat, and grilling artistry.
With every restaurant aimed to master the art of the kebab, how do you find the best kebabs in Turkey? Moreover, kebabs are not just the “must-have” items on the menu. There’s also meze or mezze, which is an assortment of small portions of Turkish appetizer (antep ezmesi, pickled beetroot, Turkish bread with olive oil, etc.) served before a meal. It is quite similar to the Italian antipasti but the Turkish meze consists of really flavorful starters compared to your usual salads and dips.
When you travel to Rome, one of the best experiences you can have is the gastronomical experience. After all, they do serve the tastiest dishes in the world, most of which have found its way to all parts of the world. From pasta to pizza to gelato, there’s really no excuse not to experience an authentic Roman meal when traveling to Rome. After all, food is one of the most famous lure of Roman.
There’s this saying “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”. So when traveling to Rome, eat what Romans do. When traveling, it is world-wise to try the dishes that are famous among the locals. Remember, most dish portions in Rome are good for two to three people so order wisely and make room for dessert. Take note that most servers are slightly grumpy and, unless you’re a local or a celebrity, they won’t tell you anything unless you ask. Insist on good service and you will win the server’s respect.
What will be a Tokyo holiday without trying original Japanese Ramen. You will find a lot of ramen shops around this busy city but we want you to have the best. If you will be in Tokyo for business or for pleasure, these three ramen shops serves the best bowls in town:
You might skip thousands of ramen shops because of your busy itinerary but you should miss this one in Ogikubo. They serve the best Tokyo-style bowl of ramen with the shoyu soupe, dried fish, bonito flakes, and dried sardines. Don’t dare to ask for the recipe of their ramen since it has been a guarded secret for the most part of the last century.
The shop is just small and can only accommodate eight customers. The ambiance is just how a ramen shop should be like. The staff is very warm too. The food here from the wonton ramen, barbecue pork wonton-men, or the Chinese soba are worth every penny.
London is all set for the upcoming 2012 Olympics this week. Aside from the athletes and the venues, owners and staff pubs and restaurants are also gearing up for the hoards of tourist flocking to the city. Here are some of the best Olympic eats:
This stylish restaurant is house among art studios and warehouses. It has a very glamorous bar with its interior dominated by the minimalist theme. Drop by to have some coffee or a feast of the seasonal British food.
Jimmy’s Supper Club
The flavors of Korean food originated from ancient traditions in the Korean peninsula that evolved thru the ages with the interaction of culture, politics, and the environment. The Korean culture is very unique in its approach to food.
In fact their food seems to penetrate every aspect of their lives. Korean food is also more than just filling your stomach because it also provides taste and medicine. Listed here are our top picks of the best Korean restaurants that serve the best of Korean foods that are ‘must-try’.
Yong Su San
Airlines might be drooling with the dining setup and experience that this new restaurant in Chongqing, China is offering. The theme is that of an A380 and it is all about the luxurious upper class flight feel and great food.
What’s good about this experience is that you do not need to spend on airplane tickets and the restaurant designers did a very good job in replicating the design of the passenger airline. The waitresses are also trained to serve and talk just like how real stewardesses will do.
The windows of the restaurants look like the A380′s and add to that other elements like the seats, carpets, and lighting. The menu though offers something more than the usual menu you will see during your travel.
The restaurant has a floor area of about 600 sq.m. and employs 18 skilled individuals, 9 of which were trained to dress-up and act like professional stewardess.
Many people in New York love hanging outdoors because of the nice, warm weather they have. Here are some new hotels with rooftop hangouts which are perfect for socializing this summer:
Who does not enjoy sipping a beautifully-designed glass of margarita, after a hard day’s work, or simply while hanging with friends? If you find yourself lonely in America, here are some of the best margarita bars to visit – and possibly make friends at. Jimmy’s in Aspen at Aspen, Colorado
It’s not enough to have fine drinks; it’s always best to sip your margarita with a spectacular view, and this place offers a view of the Rocky Mountains, which surround the place. Jimmy’s has been an institution in Aspen, Colorado, as it serves over a hundred mescals and tequilas. The locals swear by its margaritas, and if you stumble into this bar on a Saturday night, Jimmy’s is a legendary host of Latin dance parties. Groove your way through glasses of wonderful margaritas.