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  • Food | Slovenia > Škocjan Caves
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    We looked for Betania restaurant which I’d read about in one of the tips, but unfortunately it was closed. We couldn’t figure out if it was closed for good of just didn’t open for the month of May, which is offseason. There was no one to ask.

  • Food | Netherlands > Amsterdam, The Netherlands > Dam Square, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Updated at Jun 27,2013

    Febo - Febo is a top snack attraction in Amsterdam. There's no chance you won't encounter a Febo around the city when you're craving a snack. 

    It offers a variety of snacks to satisfy your cravings. The trendiest hit is croquet on a roll. What makes it so popular and special is the fact you just insert a coin into the snack wall, staring at your snack behind a glass window, after you feed the wall with coins, you are able to open the glass compartment and you're ready to eat your fresh hamburger, hot dog or croquet. It's obviously one of the ways for a traveler to feel like a real native in Amsterdam.

  • Food | Netherlands > Amsterdam, The Netherlands > Amsterdam Canals
    Updated at Jun 27,2013

    Bella Storia - An Italian restaurant located in the westerpark area. Their antipasti is one of the greatest I've ever had.  For the main dish I took a home made ravioli with two fillings: one with lemon and ricotta cheese and the others with orange.

  • Food | Norway > Stø, Norway
    Updated at Jul 11,2013

    We ate at a place called UALER which can be found in camping at the end of the island road. We're miles from nowhere, it keeps raining outside, cold, and the restaurant to our surprise is full. We found a place and ordered a single dish of a fish which was tasty. 

  • Food | Norway > Reine
    Updated at Jul 11,2013

    Lunch that day was courtesy of SPAR supermarket who was open at noon time. I found meatballs, added Italian cheese and Shrimp salad and this was lunch.

  • Food | Norway > Geiranger
    Updated at Jul 12,2013

    We entered Laizas restaurant, located near the big souvenir shop. The place is open from 10:00 to 22:00 and they serve salads, pizza with surprising toppings, fish soup, sandwiches and hand made caked. They also have take away service. We chose a pepperoni-mushroom-pineapple pizza. It was delicious and the pizza arrived really quickly. 

    Phone: 4770260720

  • Food | Thailand > Ko Phi Phi Don
    Updated at Jun 13,2013

    Unknown Bakery - We searched for a quick lunch and we were tempted by one of the many bakeries on the island. We ordered banana bread, cheese bread, chocolate chip cookies and some baked salted sticks. Big mistake. All tasted like rubbish. We should have known better. If you're tempted like we were - I recommend you start by tasting one thing then decide on the rest. 

  • Food | Thailand > Ko Phi Phi Don
    Updated at Jun 13,2013

    Lemon Grass - A Thai place in front of Ann's. When we left Ann's the other day this place was full. So we decided to pay him a visit another day. The day we arrived  the place was empty. We were the only customers. We noticed that people were arriving to Ann's and when Ann's became full, people decided to compromise with Lemon Grass. I don't know if that's because the owner of Ann's just forwarded people on to Lemon Grass or they decided on their own. Anyway, no need to compromise. Best Thai food we ate in Phi Phi !!!

    We ordered papaya salad, rice with pineapple, and a curry dish. All were amazing. Some word on the spicy levels - we thought we knew how to handle spicy food, however, we wanted to play safe so we ordered the papaya salad with a single chili - options are zero, one or two. It was freaking hot, and got us all sweaty - as if the high humidity isn't enough. So be careful.

    The toilets, as in any real Thai restaurants are stench.  

  • Food | Thailand > Krabi
    Updated at Jun 13,2013

    From the Ao Nang pier along the beach there were plenty of places to eat. Usually we tried to choose a restaurant by its customer's smiling faces. When we walked from the hotel to the main street and turned right, there were many deserted restaurants. So we got back and walked in the opposite direction and there we started seeing some smiling faces.

    Eventually we sat in a Thai restaurant with many locals and tourists. Not sure it had a name but if you turn left from the hotel, you'll see it to your left after 100m. its surrounded by some shops.

    And how do you know it's a real Thai restaurant? When we asked about a toilet for our little one who insisted on having number one every 30 mins, they recommended that we'd take her to the field besides the restaurants :=) 

  • Food | Italy > Rome, Italy
    Updated at May 22,2013

    AA flamy Creme Catalan at one of the delicious restaurants in Trastevere