Food Review: Gasthaus Wachtberg

Here is a fluff free review of Gasthaus Wachtberg, Attersee, Austria: Notable Mentions: Kartoffelpuffer mit Räucherlachs/ Potatopuff with Smoked Salmon or Nougatknödel/ Nougatball Overall Flavours: Excellent Staff Efficiency: Good Ambiance: Excellent – situated at the top of a mountain, the restaurant offers an extraordinary view of Attersee Pricing: Cheap (Euro 0 – Euro 25) Tips: The waitstaff understand and speak English Additional Information: Whilst wandering…

Food Review: Schlosshotel Anif

Here is a fluff free review of Schlosshotel Anif, Salzburg, Austria: Notable Mentions: Goose Pate/ Zweierlei Gänseleber or Broccoliflan Overall Flavours: Excellent Staff Efficiency: Good Ambiance: Excellent – housed within an ex-castle located by a lake, what could go wrong? Pricing: Cheap (Euro 0 – Euro 25) to Mid Range (Euro 25 – Euro 60) Tips: The waitstaff understand and…

Food Review: Ishtar

Here is a fluff free review of Ishtar, London: Notable Mentions: Falafel or Cheese Kunafa Overall Flavours: Good Staff Efficiency: Excellent Ambiance: Average to Good – downstairs is more impressive  Pricing: Cheap (Sterling Pound 0 – Sterling Pound 25) to Mid Range (Sterling Pound 25 – Sterling Pound 60) Tips: Make a reservation as it can get busy…

Food Review: Sally Lunn House

Here is a fluff free review of Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House and Museum, Bath, England: Notable Mentions: Lemon Curd Bunn Overall Flavours: Average to Good Staff Efficiency: Good Ambiance: Average – the interiors are simple but then again, you’re not visiting for the interiors, are you?  Pricing: Cheap (Sterling Pound 0 – Sterling Pound 25) Tips: Either visit…

Food Review: Sala

Notable Mentions: Burrito with Mushroom Asada Overall Flavours: Good Staff Efficiency: Average Ambiance: Average – the restaurant is recently opened  Pricing: Cheap (RM 0 – RM 25) Tips: Check their opening hours and visit during off-peak hours (we waited more than twenty minutes just to place our order as we visited during dinner) Additional Information: Every item…

Food Review: Cafe Hopping Around Chinatown

Chinatown is a backpacker haven and now also a hipster haven, what with the development of various unique cafes scattered around Chinatown, which is filled with British colonial style architecture; the perfect blend of rustic and modern – no wonder these cafes in Kuala Lumpur are thriving! This review details my experience hopping from cafe…

Photo Diary: Hawker Scene, Penang

Nasi Kandar Merlin, Penang This restaurant was recommended by my relatives, whom I consider to be connoisseur’s, and although I visited with the intention to devour their infamous fish roe curry, that dish was unavailable during our visit as it isn’t prepared daily; nonetheless, what my family and I ate was scrumptious! Pictured above is hard-boiled…

Photo Diary: Chin’s Stylish Chinese Cuisine, Penang

Located atop the ocean, this restaurant is definitely stylish; the interiors are interesting, with brightly coloured everything and art scattered atop the ceiling. My family and I, invited by a friend of the family, had the pleasure of tasting their 14 meal course, which was indeed delectable; unfortunately, I didn’t manage to capture each dish…

Food Review: The Ganga Cafe

Here is a fluff free review of The Ganga Cafe, Bangsar: Notable Mentions: All-You-Can-Eat Vegetarian Buffet Overall Flavours: Excellent Staff Efficiency: Good Ambiance: Average Pricing: Cheap (RM 0 – RM 25) Tips: –  Additional Information: The vegetarian buffet is RM25 per person, which is inconceivable considering the quality of the food, the taste of the food, and the variety of…

Food Review: Manda De Laos

Here is a fluff free review of Manda De Laos in Luang Prabang, Laos: Notable Mentions: Crunchy Rice Salad with Sour Sausage or Coconut Creme Brulee Overall Flavours: Excellent Staff Efficiency: Excellent – constantly asking for feedback while also being attentive and chatty Ambiance: Excellent – the restaurant is based around a UNESCO classified lotus pond…