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The trend in Asian cuisine has been holding for more than one year, but in 2018 it reached its peak. The share of the restaurant market with a Pan-Asian concept, according to experts, is now up to 10-15%, which is comparable with another leader in gastronomy – Italian cuisine. How did the trend for Asia arise, why do we like the combination of spicy, sour, spicy and sweet, and how long these tastes last for a long time in Moscow restaurants, read below.
“Panasia” – what is it all about?
The prefix “Pan-Asian” is now used by many restaurants that open their doors in St. Petersburg and beyond. But what is it? Perhaps a stupid question, Continue reading
10 places not to be missed in Tel Aviv:
port of jaffa
According to ancient Greek myth, Perseus liberated Andromeda here, and in the Old Testament, Noah built the ark in this port. Myths and legends left narrow stone streets, low houses, as if stuck to each other and the eternal, all-memorable sea. Today, Jaffa is a large open-air museum, which includes galleries and churches, beautiful cafes and shops, museums and monuments. It is here that the Wish Bridge is decorated with zodiac signs (did you know that the signs correspond to the months of the Gregorian and Jewish calendar?) And the labyrinth inhabited by Taurus, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Deva and Continue reading
Arriving on a Saturday morning flight, you will get a full day in the city, you should not save money and spend time choosing a bus. Yes, only 5 BYN (approx. Ed. – hereinafter “Belarusian rubles”), – about 150 rubles. – but more than an hour on the way to the bus station. Uber works great in Minsk: the cost of a trip to the center from the airport will be 30–40 BYN, and 5–9 BYN in the city.
Now let’s search for local food and try to figure out how pancakes differ from sorcerers. There are many restaurants of national cuisine in the city, but this is the danger of running into a purely tourist place without beauty in the moment and quality of food.
For gastronomic immersion in Belarusian cuisine, the Kuhmister (Karl Marx St., 40) will be a worthy option. The interior is not without stereotypes, but its own tinctures, a voluminous menu that includes all the culinary hits of Continue reading