Reading Terminal Market, A Day in Philadelphia

I visited Philadelphia last week and went to the famed Reading Terminal Market. The warehouse space was buzzing with people. This market offers restaurant and bakery stands with varying cuisines and specialty dishes from American Barbecue to the Caribbean, and apple dumplings to Chinese style roasted duck. During my visit, I stopped by a littleContinue reading “Reading Terminal Market, A Day in Philadelphia”

Bay Area Eats Series (3 price ranges)

This food series reviews restaurants in the Bay Area at three price ranges: low, medium, and high (or high-ish?). At the end of this series, I hope to compile a list of the best places to eat in the Bay Area. Lower Price Range: Pho Huynh Hiep 6 Pho Huynh Hiep 6, located in WalnutContinue reading “Bay Area Eats Series (3 price ranges)”

My Top Three Restaurant Recommendations in Dublin

1.) Celtic Nights Traditional Irish Dance Show The price is a steal, for only $38 you get a three-course meal and a chance to see a traditional Irish dancing show with a live band. This show and food stood out during my stay as a worthwhile Irish cultural experience. The fish main course I pickedContinue reading “My Top Three Restaurant Recommendations in Dublin”

Panama 🇵🇦🇵🇦🇵🇦 Recommendations (En español y ingles)

Que bello es mi Panamá, centro del mundo corazón del universo. ¿Porqué Panamá es especial? Porque esta en el centro del mundo donde lo acompaña el océano Pacifico y el océano Atlántico es el único país del mundo con los dos océanos. Panamá tiene comidas muy deliciosos como el arroz con pollo, tamales, carimañolas, empanadas,Continue reading “Panama 🇵🇦🇵🇦🇵🇦 Recommendations (En español y ingles)”

Cheap Eats in Dublin – Brother’s Dosirak

Brother’s Dosirak is an inexpensive Korean fusion hole-in-the-wall restaurant. It’s inside of a Chinese supermarket. Food cost ranges from about 6 euros to 15 euros. There are actual Korean men making the food right in front of customers. Fair warning, there’s no restroom here and the nearest place to use the restroom for free isContinue reading “Cheap Eats in Dublin – Brother’s Dosirak”

KFC in Dublin & Cheap Eats

For a few months, I pondered the idea of starting a fast food review series. I wanted to compare fast food from different countries to the United States. I used to go to McDonald’s often when I first got to Dublin. I noticed major differences. Here McDonald’s food tastes less salty, sugary, and fatty thanContinue reading “KFC in Dublin & Cheap Eats”

What I Make to Eat At Home

Around three people have asked me what I cook for myself at home so I thought I’d blog about it lol. I like making mostly vegetarian meals. Fair warning, I’m not the best cook, and I’m averse to cooking and handling raw meat in my shared apartment. However, I’m a proud foodie and I tryContinue reading “What I Make to Eat At Home”

Howth Day Trip & Fish and Chips Review

This morning I visited Howth for the first time with new friends. I recommend taking a trip there from Dublin because it’s a fast journey via DART (train) and supremely scenic. The water is a gorgeous blend of turquoise and dark blue. Together, we walked the Cliff Path Loop and then went to The BloodyContinue reading “Howth Day Trip & Fish and Chips Review”

Fish and Chips Review Series: Part One

This fish and chips series will include reviews of fish and chips restaurants at various price points and locations. I love fish and chips when its done well, and Leo Burdocks at 4 Crown Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin do just that. True, Temple Bar is a tourist area, but the building is so picture-ready! That location’sContinue reading “Fish and Chips Review Series: Part One”