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Adeline Phua

Hi everyone, I’m Adeline Phua. Travelling and learning about food and their stories is my biggest passion and interest in life. Therefore, this blog “Itchy-Mouth-Itchy Feet” is all about my personal experiences in food, travel and life in general.

Where To Find Authentic Asian Food in Munich, Germany (Part 2)

Following my first post on where to find authentic Asian food in Munich https://foodieadie.com/where-to-find-authentic-asian-food-in-munich-germany/, I present to you Part 2 of my Asian food guide in Munich. 1. Campanula I believe Campanula is run by an old...

Alouette, Copenhagen – A Michelin-star experience

Fine dining and I usually do not see eye to eye with each other. But there is a first to everything, right? When my partner and I registered our marriage in Copenhagen, Denmark, the...

Authentic Hong Kong Dim Sum in Munich, Germany

Following my first post on where to find authentic Asian food in Munich https://foodieadie.com/where-to-find-authentic-asian-food-in-munich-germany/, I would like to introduce to you the one and only restaurant that offers the full-blown authentic Dim Sum experience...

Revisiting Penang With A Vengeance: Penang Ultimate Food Guide 2022

The food mecca, the food paradise - Penang, Malaysia. After 5 long years, I finally had the chance to return to the food paradise! Here's the link to my previous Penang food hunting trip:...

Where To Find Authentic Asian Food in Munich, Germany

After coming to Germany, I realized the Germans have their own version of Asian food, also known as Germanized Asian food. One of the classic examples of Germanized Asian food is deep fried crispy...

Bavarian Food That Most People Do Not Know About

1. Brotzeit "Brotzeit" literally means bread time. Native to the Bavarian cuisine, it is typically eaten in a beer garden as a snack or at home as dinner for those who are too lazy to...

Making your own Nasi Lemak (Malaysian coconut rice with sambal)

Being in Malaysia, we are blessed with an abundance of affordable and amazing street food of huge varieties. One of them being Nasi Lemak. Touted as the national dish of Malaysia, it comprises fluffy...

What and Where to Eat in Portugal?

Owing to its former glorious days during colonialism, especially the Great Navigations, the Portuguese had adopted a diverse range of ingredients in their cuisine. Ranging from coriander, ginger, black pepper to sugar cane, these...

Osaka Food Guide: Off-The Beaten Track, Lesser-Known Local Eateries

Osaka is not known as Japan's kitchen for nothing. Being the third largest city in Japan and a city steeped in history, business and trade, it is natural that Osaka has become the confluence...

Making Okonomiyaki – Add whatever you like in it!

Okonomiyaki お好み焼きis a savoury Japanese pancake which literally means "fry as you like". True to its name, it is a simple dish where you could literally add whatever ingredients that you like into the...

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