PRAGUE, Czech Republic – Foodie travellers — the brand new fashionable term for gourmands who like to spend time on the road...
V Zátiší, a fine dining restaurant in Prague, claims to have been the first private restaurant to open after communism. Does their menu hold up to today's standards?
You’re running in the pouring rain in the streets of a large city, maybe in Asia, or perhaps in England. You guide a somewhat eclectic group of Europeans, from a side of the street to the other, trying somehow to avoid the soup, which falls like strings of melted cheese from the sky; you climb a steep hill, going against the direction of the water flowing constantly down the street and past the already-full gutters.
Tokyo is - in my view - the most beautiful city in the world. Spending time there can be a challenge since there's so much to see! Here's my quick guide to the important sights and eats in the Japanese capital.
In Prague, eating on a patio is great. Eating a good meal is even better. Click here to read about two of the best rooftop terraces of the Czech Republic, Coda and Terasa U Zlaté studně!
Mohinga is a thick soup of a mysterious broth (is it chicken? Pigeon?) And rice vermicelli with a strong aroma of lemon and parsley. Eating in Myanmar is eating what's available. Burma travel isn't like any other destination.
Mastery of a second language (or third or fourth) is rather difficult, so writing a masterpiece in a language that is not one’s first is remarkable — and doing it repeatedly is even more astonishing.
Cafe Imperial in Prague is a classic restaurant serving the überclassic dishes of the Czech culinary arts. And if that wasn't enough to draw you in, the wonderful art deco decor of the restaurant should convince you to visit!