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Osaka Food Guide: Off-The Beaten Track, Lesser-Known Local Eateries (Part 1)

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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...

Food Guide – What I Ate (& Drank) in Danang, Vietnam

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Are you planning for a trip to Danang soon? Or you are just a fan of Vietnamese cuisine in general (like me)? Danang is the fifth largest city in Vietnam and boasts a long coastline...

FoodieAdie’s Quintessential Vietnamese Food Guide: Hoi An, Central Vietnam

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Hoi An is famous for its well-preserved Ancient Town. Dotted with old buildings and bridges of various eras and styles, the architecture was heavily influenced by a mixture of cultures such as the Chinese,...

5 Filipino Desserts that will leave you craving for more!

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Most of us may be familiar with cuisines from neighbouring South East Asian countries such as Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam, but how much do you know about Filipino food? Being a melting pot of cultures...

Kumamoto Foods: The Strange and the Bizarre

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When we talk about Kumamoto, first thing comes to mind is the "Kumamon" - a cartoon character of the rosy-cheeked, stoned-looking black bear mascot with a which is seen plastered and advertised everywhere from...

Osaka Food Guide: Top 3 Ethnic Foods and Where to Find Them

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If you are on a holiday in Osaka and you are growing tired of Japanese food after eating it for a few days in a row. And if you are looking for alternatives, why...

Food Hunting in Georgetown, Penang

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I'm a true-blue, die-hard foodie. On a shitty day, nothing but good food would cheer my soul up. So, of course when I had the chance to return to Penang aka the food paradise,...

Unusual Japanese curry @ “SOMA” in Nakatsu, Osaka

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I gotta admit, I'm not a big fan of Japanese curry at all. I've always had the impression that Japanese curries too sweet, too creamy and buttery for my liking, and that they do...

Ramen joints in London

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Unsurprisingly, London boasts to have some of the finest Asian eateries in Europe; and that includes Japanese food. Thin wheat noodles served in piping hot broth (usually meat and vegetable broth), topped with pork...

My food adventure –a la Moroccan style!

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Morocco is a mishmash of sights, smells and sounds; a country of contradictions, despite being steeped in age-old traditions and conservatism, Morocco is gradually embracing modernisation in the awakening of its booming tourism industry. Throughout...

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