You may not fall down the rabbit hole, but upon entering Le Lapin Sauté, you will find yourself in a Beatrix Potter-meets-Disney-type establishment.
Martin Berasategui is one of Tom’s favorite restaurants. It’s a restaurant that is continuously on the cutting edge of new gastronomical techniques, experiments with flavors and textures, but also offers age old favorites from years past that have stood the test of time.
The drive from San Sebastian towards Bilbao rivals the Big Sur Highway with its bridges and expansive views of the ocean on one side, and green rolling mountain hills on the other. The directions from the website were simple with landmarks as turning guides since signage was a little scarce along the way. Tom […]
Relae has it all; the food, the location, and the people watching. Starting with the people, the table across from us were locals, dressed in jeans and flannel shirts who just ate and drank. Two Japanese girls at the table next to us were focused on taking pictures of each other and the food. They barely […]
Geranium was very different than what we expected and what we have experienced in the past. Emphasis was on herbs and vegetables and showcased Denmark’s short growing season and food staples in a way that had us rethinking our opinions on Nordic fare.
Our first night in Copenhagen we headed to the Entertainment District to dine at Restaurant Radio. I don’t know how Tom finds these places, but his dining radar is always spot on. Radio is a small industrial looking restaurant right across the street from the Music Conservatory Concert Hall and near the big Forum for colossal […]
Aldea Corazon may be in the heart of the tourist district in Playa del Carmen, but it serves authentic Mexican cuisine at affordable prices.
At 7,300 ft. elevation, surrounded by mountains and almost dead center in the heart of Mexico, sometimes you just want sushi.