Mention Valencia and one will immediately think of paella which is what the city is famous for. It is also known for the iconic City of Arts and Sciences, an entertainment-based cultural and architectural complex designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela.
One of the best things about my trip to Madrid was its sense of history. Spanish people like things the way they are, so there are many quaint old restaurants in Madrid which have changed little in centuries. It is not surprising then, that the world’s oldest restaurant listed in the Guinness book of World […]
One of the best things you can do in Spain is to go on a tapas tour! In Spain, lunch is served from 2pm to 4pm and dinner is 9pm to 11pm. In between, when you are feeling a little peckish you can simply step into one of the numerous bars, order yourself a drink […]
Tokyo is a wonderful place to find great eats. But even so, you still need to do a bit of homework to separate the good from the “really worth the plane ticket” places. I was on a 3 day stopover in Tokyo with the family recently and I just had to make sure that every […]
10 best places to eat in Malacca!: ieat’s First Malacca Food Trail
I had an amazing weekend eating my way through Malacca! It was my first food trail there and it will not be the last! Here is collection of all my facebook entries I did while on the food trail for your easy reference! 1. Aunty Koh Cendol The award for the Best Cendol in Malacca […]
Top: Shakshuka: Eggs poached in tomato based sauce For the last leg of our Israel food trip, we headed back to Tel Aviv to discover what this modern Mediterranean city has to offer. Tel Aviv is located just a few kilometers south of the ancient port city of Jaffa. This port has been around since […]
Israel Food Trip: Machane Yehuda – Old Market of Jerusalem
Ashtanur Bakery, 125 Agripas St It’s a shame that many Church groups that travel all the way to Israel to visit the Holy sites should miss the opportunity to visit the other attractions that Israel has to offer. I find that you often discover the pulse of a nation when you visit their markets and […]
Views of the old City of Jerusalem If you missed part one of my Israel Food Trip then please click here to read it first. Seriously, you don’t watch part 2 of a 2 parter without watching part one first right? But ok, if you don’t want to, just read on, but don’t blame me […]
I have been wanting to visit Israel for the longest time. Growing up in St Andrew’s School meant that I have been hearing about stories from the land of the Bible since primary one and I knew that one day I shall have to visit the places which I have read so much about — […]
Tsukiji Market: What you need to know about Maguro (Tuna)
Unlike Shiromi-dane (white flesh fish) which include fish like Tai (Sea Bream), Hirame (Olive Flounder) and Kanpachi (Amberjack), there is essentially only one fish that qualifies as Akami-dane and that is Tuna.
Hisato, my Japanese food sensei tells me that the true Japanese foodie will have two favourite restaurants. One is a seat at the Sushi bar and the other, a place for Soba. Soba noodles is very much a integral part of Japanese food culture. But while Sushi has become internationally reknown, not much of Soba […]
Copon Norp Restaurant: Ozaki Beef Odessey and beyond
I have been asked on several occasions about what I would choose as my final meal and the answer would invariably be a slice of grilled Wagyu Beef on top of of a mouthful of sweet short grain Japanese rice. Beef has always been my favourite meat. It has been since I was a kid, […]