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Might not be the best picture of all time but it does make the best experience

We arrived to Tokyo soooo tired we just wanted something easy to eat in a relaxed atmosphere next to our place. We chose an izakaya here in Shibuya and we had great fun (and were the only foreigners in the place 😊)

#japan #izakayastyle #shibuya #tokyo
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It's going to be a great day!

Pulpo á feira anyone? My goals for the weekend are a) enjoy the most with my friends and family before I leave again for Japan, b) take pictures of foods like this (and eat it) so I can share them with you.

Wine won't help, but it's a great resource here so maybe I'll have to take pictures of the wine too XD

What's your goal for the weekend? and... have you tried octopus this way?

#pulpoafeira #galicia #foodie #TBIN
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Ever wondered what you would eat if you traveled to Tunisia?

For all of you who've been thinking on traveling to Tunisia, we've published a mini guide on Tunisian food, so you get an idea of what you will find when you visit this beautiful mediterranean country.

Hope you like it. I know you'll love the food there :)

#Tunisia #foodie #TBIN
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What's your favorite trompe l'oeil food?

Don't know what a trompe l'oeil is? Well, something that is intended to trick your eye, something that looks like something else. For food it could be a meat carpaccio that is made of watermelon instead of meat.

My first contact with trompe l'oeil food was something that was quite easy to find in the 80's: spaguetti icecream. It was fun to eat when kid but my parents didn't like it that much (it was a huge portion of icecream.)

And my most recent one was this seafood salad (intended to look like a fish, I guess...) we had at Port Al Kantoui in Tunisia last month.

In between, I've seen many different ones, the funkiest ones in Japan, where I hope to see a few more in the following months. Looking forward to share that with you :)

By the way, in Spanish we call them trampantojos.

#foodie #Tunisia
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Cous cous anyone?

We had such fresh fish in Tunisia that I thought we would leave the country without tasting their cous cous. Which, would have been a shame as I love these traditional dishes.

We had one with vegetables only and this one with lamb, almonds, pistachio nuts and white dried grapes (or dried white grapes, maybe) at Sid Bou Saïd, really close to Carthage ruins and with some amazing views over the coast, including both Tunis and Carthage.

Have you tried couscous before? Where did you have it?

We've just posted our mini guide on Tunisian food here http://www.travelto5.com/tunisian-food-a-mini-guide/

#tunisia #foodies #couscous
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Have you tried Tunisian food before?

On my first trip to Tunisia, a couple of weeks ago, I discovered a great mix of what I like best from Mediterranian, Arabic and Middle Eastern cuisines.

This picture shows many of the starters I've been eating, including the different salads, fritters and ojja (a mix of eggs, tomatoes and merguez, the tunisian sausage made of lamb). Might not be the greatest picture, but it does make a nice memory of a beautiful sunny day at +Restaurant haroun in Djerba island, with great friends and great food.

If you haven't been to the island of Djerba yet, start planning :)

http://www.travelto5.com/tunisian-food-a-mini-guide/

#Tunisia #foodies #Djerba
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Finding out about Tunisian food this week

Right in the Mediterranean coast, tunisian food has a bit of the north african taste and the southern european. Could get used to having te a la menthe every meal.

On the pics from the Mediterranee restaurant in Port El Kantaoui. The place is known for beach & sun travel. We truly enjoyed it but my fav was the tea coulant (I have a sweet tooth).

Also, did you know Tunez has the greatest dates (the fruit)?

#Tunisia #Tunez #mediterraneanfood
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Dessert anyone?

Flan de café or coffee crème caramel is so easy to cook we never do it at home, so you will find it at many places in Galicia when asking for homemade desserts.

It doesn't look like from a restaurant but it is. They bring the whole piece (which makes up to 20 servings) and cut your piece in front of you at the table. Rustic, isn't it?

#flan #Galicia #foodie
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Getting ready for cocido time!

This month is the month of the most iconic Galician dish (Galicia is in the north of Spain, Atlantic coast). It's pork and potatoes and chicken and chickpeas and... well a high-calories tasty dish that gathers the family around the table for a couple of hours.

If you want to get your inspiration running, check out some of our favorite galician food (as starters) http://www.travelto5.com/food-in-galicia-tapas-style-dinner/

And more on our Galician travels on the blog.

#Galicia #food #cocido
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Roasted peppers' struklji

Trying new food is always a great idea when you travel. This time was Zagreb and I was looking for Strukli, the traditional "lasagna like" food.

Not really a lasagna but a really tasty option that is available in sweet and salty tastes. I went to La Struk, a small place that only offers this dish, with different fillings. Great (and cheap) and located right in the most touristy street of the city.

Tip: If you are looking for traditional croatian food, other great options nearby are the restaurants just opposite the cathedral. They have a broader menu (you'll pay more too) but they are run by some of the most famous chefs in the country.

#Zagreb #Strukli #croatian
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