During most of my trips in America, I have rarely come across food that has left an imprint on my memory. Although I love the variety of global food that’s available in this country, there tends to be a major lack of options in remote towns. Continue reading The Best Eats Around Acadia National Park
I have come a long way since 2014 in terms of Sushi. For those who aren’t aware, Sushi is a Japanese delicacy rolled with nori & rice and a variety of fillings, such as seafood, vegetables, and condiments. Continue reading My Sushi Story
It’s been long since I last watched a food show that’s focused on food trucks.
I would, however, always remember watching food trucks of America on TV many years back with my brother and drooling over the food.
There were endless days when I would travel for hours just to savor the best bites. I still jump at the idea of traveling somewhere far to eat. And, the first thing I research about while planning a trip is food! Continue reading Deliciousness that you shouldn’t miss in Udaipur
While traveling, a lot of interactions, incidences, moments happen and few of them always make a mark in your memory. You don’t need something extraordinary to remember those instances, at times you just feel a connect with a particular cafe, art museum, person or a national park maybe.
One such restaurant recently caught my fancy, mainly because of our lovely server. Continue reading And, we went back to Pucci’ Pizzeria
Whenever I visit a new place or plan to visit one, the first thing I research about is “Food”. That’s how I learnt about Findlay Market in Cincinnati. Though I had researched about it a long time back, I had the chance to make a visit this week only. And, its just 15 minutes from my home!
I always fancy a massive spread for breakfast every morning, but rarely care to cook much at home. And, whenever I am traveling, I love to pig-out on hefty breakfast meals! This story is about one such lovely time.
Location: Hollywood, Florida (Not Los Angeles, California)
That’s a vital piece of information considering the fact that a simple Google search would always take you to Hollywood in Los Angeles.
In my short trip to Florida, I randomly chose to stay at Hollywood Boulevard (approx. 30 miles from Miami) because I found a great AirBnB house in that location. Luckily, Hollywood turned out to be extremely beauteous, lively and brimming with warm people. After driving for 6-7 hours from Orlando, we reached Hollywood at 7 in the evening and decided to gorge on Pizza for dinner. We had to throw it eventually as the same was topped with under-cooked chicken and since it was a take-out we couldn’t get a replacement.