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Cao Lau at Cafe 43, Hoi An

Forget about pho, in Hoi An, Cao Lau rules. And what is Cao Lau? It is like a noodle soup without soup. Huh? Think thick white noodles, fresh herbs and slices of pork, and we’re on the same page. Crispy and chewy, fresh and delicious. You mix it all together before eating, so you get a little bit of everything with every heavenly mouthful.

November 12, 2018 0 comment
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Flødeboller, Danish food

Flødeboller! In its most basic form, a flødebolle is a chocolate-covered meringue-like mass on a thin, round wafer. You’ll find the popular treat at any Danish kid’s birthday party, but in recent years, flødeboller have seen a surge in popularity among adults too, a surge which I think has been largely driven by a reinvention of the concept.

November 10, 2018 0 comment
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Korean fried chicken, YG Republique, K-Pub, Seoul

The first couple of nights, we stayed at Loisir hotel which is smack in the middle of bustling Myeong-dong. The area mostly caters to tourists and teenagers, and the big pedestrian street is lined with food stalls selling all the trendy snacks you’ve seen on Instagram. Though we weren’t in the mood for Tornado Potatoes or rainbow-colored cotton candy, so instead I did a quick Google-search to find out where we could go for chimaek, the famous Korean beer (maek-ju) and-fried chicken combo. Well, YG Republique was right around the corner.

October 28, 2018 0 comment
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Portobello with ponzu sauce and garlic, Fume Dubai

Trusted Foodie Friend 1+2 both work in Dubai Marina, so Fümé was an obvious choice for our last lunch date. Fümé is flirting with a bunch of different cuisines. Sometimes it works out really well (I’ll never forget the Korean inspired beef brisket lettuce wraps, they were to die for!) while at other times, it comes out mildly disastrous (Thai beef salad, I’m looking at you).

September 22, 2018 0 comment
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