Posts in category Food

My Introduction to Moroccan Food in Fes

My Introduction to Moroccan Food in Fes

To be honest, one of the biggest reasons I wanted to visit Morocco was the food. Tangier was the final leg of my trip to Morocco because of Anthony Bourdain’s episode of Parts Unknown where he explored the city’s souks for goat cheese and sampled many fragrant tagines. In the United States, the term ‘Moroccan’ […]

Mechela Restaurante – Sevilla, Spain

Mechela Restaurante – Sevilla, Spain

Like many establishments in Seville, Mechela seems to hide away from sight. Tucked away at an angle on a small street past the crowded shopping district, the restaurant’s sharp style immediately strikes the visitor. A sleek, simple, modern look graces the interior while an old, rustic façade frames the immaculate kitchen providing a window into […]

Casa Alberto – Madrid, Spain

Casa Alberto – Madrid, Spain

To experience genuine Madridian cuisine, you need to look no further than the beloved Casa Alberto. With a rich history and reputation for staunchly defending the culinary traditions of the Spanish capital, Casa Alberto offers the taberna as well as the restaurant experience. Stepping through the entrance feels like stepping into the past. Crowded with […]

Francesinha: Porto’s Powerful Sandwich

Francesinha: Porto’s Powerful Sandwich

On my first night in Porto I met up with my new friends Melissa and Justin whom I met on my flight from Lisbon and their friend Christie for dinner. We chose a small restaurant near the Douro River. The owner was very friendly and made to effort to come speak to us throughout the night. […]

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