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  • Food | Canada > Quebec, Canada > Road 132 to Gaspé
    Updated at May 22,2013

    The route passes by small fishermen villages, charming and serene, where you’ll find lots of food stands serving sea fruits, hamburgers and excellent poutine - a typical Canadian dish made from french fries topped with brown gravy and cheese curds (a real delicacy). You can order a plate and sit by the promenade, or catch one of the many picnic tables by the beaches.

  • Food | Germany > Hornberg, Germany
    Updated at May 22,2013

    In the local café you can sit down and relax, and grab a piece of the famous black forest cake.

  • Food | Germany > Wolfach, Germany
    Updated at May 22,2013

    The town of Wolfach, one of the most famous spa towns in Germany, also offers a variey of cafés and restaurants, where you can dine and relax.

  • Food | Germany > Oberried > Steinwasen Park
    Updated at May 22,2013

    In the park there is a nice little restaurant serving home-cooked food, and French Fries and Hot-Dogs for the kids.

  • Food | France > Riquewihr, France
    Updated at May 22,2013

    There are sign directing you to yards where you can taste the wonderful wines, and you can relax in one of the many cafés, or dine in the local restaurants, which are abundant. Don’t miss the sweet Alsatian cakes!

  • Food | France > Strasbourg
    Updated at May 22,2013

    When in Strasburg you simply must try the Chucrut (Sauerkraut) – the best known dish of the entire region, with Sauerkraut, different kinds of sausages and other pork meats, and potatoes. It’s simple as it is delicious.
    The best Chucrut we had was at a place called “Maison Kammerzel”, which serves ten different kinds of Chucrut…
    As for the sweet-lovers, you will enjoy (of course) the chocolate croissant, but don’t miss out on the Tarte Flambee – this plums pie is a local specialty.

  • Food | Morocco
    Updated at Jun 9,2013

    Personally, I wasn't too excited by the Moroccan food. The food isn't hot as I expected, with little or no spices.

    The main dish served is Tajine - fish or chicken served in a clay pot - and it can be found in every restaurant - whether it's small or fancy - in the cities, or on the sidewalks. Another famous dish is the Couscous, served with vegetables and fish- usually fried.

    In addition, there are many dough based food like Meloui (http://moroccanfood.about.com/od/pancakes/r/Meloui_Recipe.htm), tasty Sfinge and other kinds of sweets, and tea referred to as Moroccan whiskey. The tea is served with a lot of sugar - I usually asked for the sugar on the side.

    In the markets, you can find many kind of dates, olives, the famous argan oil, spices, and delicious oranges!

  • Food | Italy > Siena
    Updated at Jun 8,2013

    If you crave for a good ice cream, look at the high turret. Now look to your left corner behind you. There. 

  • Food | Montenegro > Budva
    Updated at Jul 2,2013

    From there we moved to Budva, also surrounded by walls and situated by the shore on a beautiful bay. By the entrance to town we had pizza and burke (börek) and then stormed the alleys of the old city. We moved to the shore and strolled along the beach, admiring the islet of Sveti Stefan, and from there we continued to Petrovac.

  • Food | Montenegro > Kolašin
    Updated at Jul 2,2013

    He directed us to the Platinin Restaurant in the center of town, and it was a good choice, inexpensive, with large plates. The bean soup was delicious and filling, but we ordered some other dishes and nearly exploded… We ended up paying €18 a couple, including tip. Back in the guest house we watched the one channel the television had to offer, and hoped for a less rainy day tomorrow.