Posts Tagged ‘Soup’

May 20, 2008 5

Cafe-Restaurant milo (Vienna: MuseumsQuartier)

By in Vienna

As we were stuffed from the rich breakfast, we would have multiple snacks and cakes during the day. After a few brutal hours at the Museums Quarter, we rested and snacked at the Cafe-Restaurant milo which is part of the Architecture Museum. Gorgeous arabesques patterns and Turkish Vaulted Ceiling! Though the menu is actually a […]

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May 19, 2008 7

Hotel Sacher (Vienna: Opera House)

By in Vienna

The next day we went to try the original Sachertorte from Hotel Sacher. The restaurant was full, so we went to their cafe side which supposed to have the same menu. The boutique + restaurant + cafe + bar combine area is bigger than Demel. The decor, however, was old school classical (not that pretty […]

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May 8, 2008 3

Bakeshop (Prague: Jewish Quarter)

By in Prague

There is a bit of Paris in Prague around the chichi corner of Jewish Quarter. 😉 It’s a good place to stock up breads for mornings (so we won’t waste time finding breakfast). Bakeshop said they cultivate their own yeast. It’s also great for a light lunch. Tomato Soup with Saffron (with nice garlic toast), […]

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March 28, 2008 9

Jitlada Thai Restaurant (Sunset Blvd)

By in 08: Hollywood, Favorite Food Entries

A friend who is a big fan of Thai food told me about this place that specializes in authentic southern Thai cuisine. Most of the Thai restaurants in Thai town are northern style which has strong Chinese influence. According to my friend, Jitlada‘s menu used to be in Thai only. It was until a chowhounder […]

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November 27, 2007 2

Shellfish Company (Santa Barbara)

By in 05: US Other

More Santa Barbara, this time it’s for our family vacation. It’s those times when you treat your parents for the fresh local seafood or that bowl of amazing clam chowder at the wharf or pier. We lined up at this very crowded (usually a sure sign?) Shellfish Company at the Stearns Wharf. We waited for […]

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