Lisbon is an ancient abode of rich Portuguese cuisine with its own special traditions and culinary recipes, which is famous for its abundance of fish and seafood dishes. Where, if not in restaurants, to get acquainted with the peculiarities of the gastronomic culture of the capital of Portugal? We present the TOP-10 of the best restaurants in Lisbon, each of which has its own exceptional zest that distinguishes it from hundreds of others.
Restaurante Eleven Restaurant is located in downtown Lisbon, surrounded by the lush vegetation of Eduardo VII Park. Huge panoramic windows offer beautiful views of the city and the Tagus River. It is especially nice to dine at a table by the window when Lisbon is spectacularly flooded with evening lights. Continue reading
Austria is famous for its culinary traditions and national cuisine. Therefore, no matter how much time you spend in Vienna – a few hours or days – be sure to try the legendary local dishes: Viennese schnitzel and tafelspitz, potato salad and Frittatenzuppe, apple strudel, Kaiserschmarrn and Sacher cake.
Although there is an opinion that prices in cafes and restaurants “bite” in Vienna, this is only partially true. As in any world capital, there are a variety of catering establishments: from small “sausage stands” and eateries to chic restaurants. Of particular interest are cafes where every tourist can eat cheap and tasty food in Vienna. This short review is dedicated to them.
Bitzinger Würstelstand Albertina If you are looking for cheap food in the center of Vienna and are not averse to tasting the famous local sausages, do not pass by Bitzinger Würstelstand Albertina. This Continue reading
“Cross Dublin and not stumble upon a tavern” – the task that the hero of Ulysses Leopold Bloom set himself is still impossible!
Ireland – Pubs and Restaurants
It is proved by Leonid Gelibterman who visited the first literary and gastronomic festival in Ireland and personally tested the Irish pubs and restaurants.
For all interested persons, I hasten to inform you that in Ireland one should not speak a pub, but a pub. Irish people are very sociable, but rarely visit. Continue reading