Irresistible Ethiopian Food at Grand Restaurant in Addis Ababa

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You’ll find plenty of wonderful restaurant in Addis Ababa, most of them, usually marked by signs sponsored the classic yellow St. Georges beer company. Step into anyone of these delicious restaurants and you’ll likely find a pretty delicious meal throughout the day. But there’s one place that I ate at, and kept eating at over […]

Skewers of Yakitori at Tokyo’s Memory Lane (or Piss Alley)

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Having wandered around, and walked probably the distance of a marathon that day in Tokyo, I needed to sit down for an evening snack. We were in the always bustling business and shopping district of Shinjuku, and after just stepping out of a posh department store (like you always seem to come out of and […]

Hawaiian food at People’s Cafe, Honolulu, Hawaii

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Serving both Hawaiian and Filipino food, People’s Cafe is a classic restaurant in downtown Honolulu, Hawaii. They’ve been around for a very long time, over eighty years in fact, and they have maintained their consistency in dishing out comforting food to satisfy their customers. One thing I was pleased to read from the article in […]

Ray’s Kiawe Broiled Chicken in Haleiwa, Hawaii

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Located next to Malama Market, in the heart of Haleiwa, Hawaii, on the North Shore of Oahu, you’ll see smoke pouring from the dirt parking lot (on the weekends). You’ll get a blast of the aroma of fresh grilling chicken, and if you’re like me, you’ll probably lick your lips without even thinking about. Approach […]

The Ultimate Tokyo Travel Guide for Food Lovers

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Tokyo, Japan’s mega city, should be on the radar for anyone who loves food. It’s often considered the one of the world’s capitals of dining, and far outdoes any other city in the world when it comes to the number of official registered restaurants in the city – the staggering number, 160,000 restaurants (source) – […]