Zichar in yet another neighbourhood kopitiam.
Value for $.
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Who said healthy needs to be boring? Check out our family style lunch spread with lovely roasted veg, grilled prawns, and the highlight our superfood vitamin rich raw zuchini, radish, spinach salad with kolonji/nigella seeds sumac lemon dressing.
Haven’t been back here for a while and it’s still amazing! House marinated ikura 👌🏼👌🏼 Tried Shirako for the first time and it’s super creamy! Having it in ponzu if you’re trying it for the first time is definitely the way to go.
For Dinner I always choose #redwine ... cause I don‘t really like the white one. This time I decided for an additional aperitif 🍹
Zum Abendessen gibt es bei mir eigentlich immer einen Rotwein, da ich Weißwein eigentlich nicht mag. Dieses Mal habe ich mich noch für einen Hugo zusätzlich entschieden 😅 Wer kann sich auch manchmal nicht entscheiden was er trinken mag und nimmt beides?
I’m a SUCKER for you 🐙
📸: Octopus (confit potatoes, wild arugula, smoked paprika)
📍: Barterhouse (Ybor City, FL) @barterhouseybor
Alert 🚨: The new upscale Ybor hot spot has finally opened! The aesthetic is posh & dim lit. And the food? Delicious! Anytime I see octopus on the menu, I HAVE to order it. This one had a well-balanced flavor composition and was plated beautifully. #hosted #seafoodtime#octopus
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What turns an ordinary sandwich into an extraordinary sandwich?
I'll put this straight out there.... Multi Tarte is the reason why #NoviSad gained brownie points from me above its already 100/100 score. This place is a serious guilt trip!
@multitarte has the capacity to instantly mesmerise you with its on-display sweet treats. They have a massive refrigerator which features some of their best tarts and cakes. And trust me, they have a lot of best things; far too many even for a person with robust appetite. I bet you can't choose just one. I had two; Alzaška was my favourite; a combination of vanilla, pineapple and cherry, this was like a dream. They also offer some good brews; a cup of coffee would go a long way with their sweet treats.
Imagine exploring the vastness of the Petrovaradin Fortress, on foot, with too many stairs to ascend and descend. With so many hours of walking, you'd be left exhausted. And then, at the exit, you're entranced by these tarts. You have no choice but to enter the store, pick not one but at least two to three varieties, grab a coffee and sit at the table with legs finally getting the much deserved rest. Digging into these tarts would feel like nirvana.
Costs Involved 💶 - At an average price of 230 RSD (INR 170, €2, $2.5 approx) a piece, these beauties are more than a bargain.
So, have you been to Multi Tarte? Or any other place which is peculiar to its location? What was your last exhausting experience when you had food like a gourmand? Comment Below!
Japan Reiki Adventure Day 4:
🦶Tried the super hot and steamy public foot bath while waiting for our train at Atami Station
🗻Got to see a clear view of Mt. Fuji from the train windows
⛩Arrived in Nara and headed straight to the UNESCO World Heritage Temple sites
🏯Saw the five story pagoda that has survived multiple fires
🦌Saw many many domesticated deer in Nara Park interacting with tourists who give them food
📿Saw the Giant Buddha and had a surprisingly emotional experience even in spite of all the tourism and rowdy school kids, so I shared more blessings and prayers from that space of connection to something larger and more powerful having an impact
🥘Tried a fantastic Okonomiyaki Japanese BBQ omelette covered in fish flakes that move as steam rises
👨👩👧👦 Left a reiki group photo Polaroid on the wall of the Takomi shop in Nara
🍢Wandered Nara streets and alleys under the full moon, looking for Japanese sweets