It isn’t easy to get good Mexican food in Hong Kong, it is even hard to get good, vegetarian, Mexican food in Hong Kong. But the up and coming, hipster, Kennedy Town has a great Mexican Restaurant – Tequila on Davis. Located on Davis street, right by the water, this restaurant is the perfect place to begin a great night on the town. Read more
Gaggan – Asia’s number 1 restaurant, and it deserves that spot!
An evening at Gaggan is so much more than a meal, it is an experience that tantalizes all your senses and continues to do so long after you have walked beyond the threshold of the haloed restaurant. Set in a building unlike anything I expected, Gaggan is located in a beautiful white washed wooden house bathed in warm lighting that gives one the memory of eating in your own home. There are near to no hints of the burst of flavor and color that you will seen on your plate in any of the decor. Right from when you see the structure, to after you have finished your dessert, Gaggan is toying with your mind. Best leave all pre-conceived notions at the door.
The Gaggan tasting menu is a multi-course vegetarian delight, where your server will explain to you what is placed in front of you. Be forewarned – nothing looks like what it tastes. Molecular gastronomy 101. Read more
Latin-Asian fusion yummyness! Zengo has all the best stuff from the east and west packed into each delicious dish. Brain child of famed restaurant owner-chef Richard Sandoval, Zengo is a great place to have a nice dinner, or even a quick lunch before you get onto a train from Grand Central. The best part, they have a separate gluten free and vegetarian menu! Read more
With numerous accolades to it’s name, this place needs no description, but I would like for it to be on my blog. The food at Sarabeth’s (Central Park) definitely stands as testament to the magic of founder, Sarabeth Levine – even for vegetarians! This is a great place to stop by for lunch or brunch to make any day in nyc, a good day in nyc. Sarabeth’s is the the physical manifestation of the American dream. With a humble beginning of selling orange marmalade, Levine now has a bakery, numerous restaurants and a flourishing Jam business (source:http://www.sarabeth.com/About-Us_ep_7.html). More food for us! Read more
You wouldn’t necessarily think to eat Thai food when in LA, but don’t mind if you do, cause you can easily stop by Emporium Thai for some great Thai food. The Emporium’s menu has a very interesting spice scale, you can order foods with varying spice specifications of 1-10 (10 being teary eyes). We stuck to a lower mid spice range of 3/4 and we had a very good meal. Read more
If you go to LA, you’ll find a ton of all things organic, vegan, vegetarian and healthy, Urth Caffe is all of that and much more. With multiple outlets (and for good reason), Urth Caffe is selling, delicious, clean, and moral food and beverages to locals and tourists across California. The food tastes as good as it looks and sounds. Great food in a cosy, home like setting, is a perfect meal to me. They have walls lined with delicious organic coffees and teas from across the world. So even if you don’t have time for a bite, grab a cup o’joe and head on, but make sure you make the pit stop.
Beach shack meets high end restaurant with great music, drinks and food – KU DE TA! They even have a pretty killer store at the front selling designer beach wear. Ku De Ta or KDT for short, has a great vibe, lots of happy, fun people soaking up the Balinese sun while occasionally taking a dip in the pool or sea to return to delicious food and drinks! Read more
A park? A pool? A beach ? looking for all or any of the above? head to the Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak. A great place to watch the sun go down and enjoy some nomnoms with a drink in the Indonesian sun. Make sure you reach early or have a reservation, because it is almost impossible to get a place by the beach at this popular joint. A Coachella meets sandy beach vibe, Potato Head is a must visit in Bali for all. Read more
Coya, was my first experience with Peruvian food, I promise it will not be my last. Coya at the Four Seasons is a delight for all the senses, with stunning decor, great music and awesome food. The restaurant is heralded by the awesome Pisco Lounge, that serves some delicious and potent concoctions. An outpost of the famed restaurant in London, Coya brings all the flair of Latin America to Dubai. Read more
A street side Parisian Cafe, overlooking Emaar Boulevard, La serre is the perfect place for a nice sit-down meal, or even a quick bite. Located in the Vida hotel, La Serre has 2 levels – a bistro and cafe, depending on your mood you can take your pick.The crisp white interiors, and beautiful glass facade make this a great modern eatery with Parisian old world charm. The Boulangerie has some of the freshest breads, jams and pastries, that are as enticing as the food menu itself. Read more