Travelling Dietitian: Food to explore ✈ ๐Ÿ›ซ

In this section I will discuss purely about food as enjoyment from a n hedonistic point of view. 


With specific dishes for each country/city visited personally.


This page will be update regularly so stay tuned :)














๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฆ Marrakech - Morocco :







☆ Overall Vote:

8/10 ★





Location:

Restaurant 

Chez Chegruoni



Medina Marrakech

Morocco 

North Africa 
















☆ Food: 7/10 


Tajine is definitely one of the most famous dish in the Moroccan cuisine, as the name comes from the pot where this speciality is served, quite spectacular to watch when you get this served on your table and the sound of the ingredient still boiling/cooking it's something unique.

I chose the one with mince which is slow cooked and a great match with the spices


☆ Vibe: 9/10 


There are different restaurants in the city centre that are offering a view over the city, since the streets are always busy and crowded, a terrace is the perfect way to enjoy the meal in peace and have a nice view


✪ Interesting facts:


⍟  Some restaurants have a really small and narrow entrance which is actually bringing to the terrace upstairs where they keep all the tables and usually the kitchen is in the middle floor so never judge from the "cover"


⍟  As you can imagine the taste of this dish changes around different region or North Africa depending on the regional herbs and spices used 


⍟  Recommend to have some Moroccan tea not only to enjoy the special way they serve that (trying to pour that from the highest point they can) but also because is very light in taste and a good match almost with anything you decide to eat this with 


Posted on the 24/09/2020




๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น Burano (Venice) - Italy:



 


☆ Overall Vote:

9/10 ★





Location:

Restaurant Fritto Misto


Burano 

(one hour from Venice city Centre)

North Italy






☆ Food: 9/10 


It's interesting that even the "plate is edible" made by wheat, which is very light in taste but the oil coming from the fritto misto (literally means mixed fried and in this case we are talking about seafood and potatoes) it's giving the specific taste to the plate as well, the result is that the taste is never boring but could be a little bit heavy, I managed to finish all the seafood which was fresh and not too oily, but only had just a quarter of the plate 


☆ Vibe: 9/10 


The location is just in front of the station and since we are talking about Venice, is the boat station, so as you can imagine the view is on the lagoon, which is always lovely.



✪ Interesting facts:


⍟  Murano and Burano are just an hour by boat (public transport) from Venice but they offer some unique view like the colourful houses or the incredible glass-making shops all around these small islands 


⍟ An interesting memory was this kind old lady making some elaborated glass creation in her shop just at the cashier, you can notice all the small details on these elaborated creations which is the reason why the glass made in here is famous around the world 



Posted on the 12/09/2020







๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง  London - UK:




☆Overall Vote:  

7.5/10 ★






Location:


Bao Fitzrovia 



W1T 2JN

London, UK





☆ Food: 9 /10 


Inspired by the street food markets in Taiwan 

It offers a lot of choices in the menu included different Baos:

Like the classic one in the picture with Pork and Peanuts or the fried chicken or Lamb shoulder alternatives, plus the interesting crumbled Daikon one 


☆ Vibe: 6/10 


The location is nothing special, to not end up in the downstairs floor is preferable to book a table ahead

But keep in mind but the food is what really matters so totally recommend a visit here!



✪ Interesting facts:


⍟  They have different locations around London and opening a new one this year

 
⍟  It's interesting in the official website how they describe places and dishes from their hometown in Taiwan that inspired the menu here in London 
you can have a look here if curious BAO London


Posted on the 30/08/2020








37 Countries 

115 Cities:

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