Do you love having anxiety? Well why not experience being in prison for dinner! At this Osaka jail bar, Prison Restaurant The Lock Up Umeda, you can have a “horrible” dinner! It’s definitely not one of the best restaurants in Osaka, but it’s the scariest (intentionally). If you’re looking for things to do in Osaka […]
Pork black pepper buns are a very popular food to eat in Taipei, with good reason. It’s crispy and flaky on the outside, juicy and full of flavor on the inside. If you’ve read any Taipei food guide or have seen Food Wars, the black pepper bun is a food you should try! What is […]
Malta specialized in rabbit stew and other rabbit dishes. I didn’t try any of it and just ate a lot of Italian food. I regretted that since it was a specialty. In Romania, I wasn’t going to make that same mistake so I had to get a traditional meal.
Located in one of Taipei’s many alleys, is Shinken Ramen (真劍拉麵). There is no large lit up sign and the store is very dimly lit. With only 7 seats and 2 chefs, the wait time can be up to 2 hours to eat here. What makes it special? They serve blue ramen. What’s On The […]
Places to visit in Cluj Napoca should include Alba Iulia! A place in Romania you probably haven’t heard of since there aren’t many tours to the place. Originally used as a fortress, the shape of a double-star helped with defending and attacking in the event of an invasion. If you’re looking for things to do […]
As I was looking through the brochure for Huis Ten Bosch, one of the attractions was a restaurant staffed by robots. Seeing this as another unique experience, we made our way to the robot restaurant to grab some food.
While scoping out Vietnamese street food, my group had the “opportunity” to eat a manta ray. I’m not that adventurous of an eater, but under enough peer pressure I’ll probably do it. It’s okay to follow the crowd. After a Da Nang motorbike tour, my group joined our guides for dinner at a local restaurant […]
The fluffiest souffle pancakes in the world are in Japan! They have a limited supply and you have to get there early in the morning if you want the best breakfast in Tokyo, but these Japanese fluffy pancakes are well worth the journey.
In Los Angeles, Kang Hodong Baekjeong is my favorite KBBQ place. That’s favorite KBBQ in the world. In January 2017, I ate at 678 KBBQ in Sydney, Australia since it’s part of the chain. Since I’m in Tokyo, I couldn’t miss this opportunity to try the food.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin I love fried chicken. That’s exactly why you’re seeing this post. I’ve eaten KFC in 30+ countries but haven’t documented it well so I should start. It would be a good “KF-Series” if you know what I mean.