Here are my favourite restaurants in London and around the world. They might be ones I visit regularly, or those I’ve only been to once or twice but haven’t stopped thinking about. And despite London being rated the most expensive city in the world for dining out, I still manage to eat very well here without overspending (most of the time!)…
Posts Tagged ‘Rio’
Posted in afternoon tea, art deco, Brazil, Brazilian BBQ, breakfast, cafe, Chinese, churrascaria, dessert, dim sum, dining out, dumplings, England, Estonia, fish, food, French, location, London, meat, Michelin star, Modern European, restaurant, restaurant review, Rio, seafood, sushi, Taipei, Taiwan, tapas, tagged Barrafina, Din Tai Fung, dining out, fish, food, Gloria, London, meat, Porcao, restaurant, restaurant review, Rio, Roka, seafood, Taipei, Taiwan, Tallinn, The Wolseley, xiao long bao, Yauatcha on December 9, 2007| 2 Comments »
Posted in Brazil, Brazilian BBQ, churrascaria, dining out, food, meat, restaurant, restaurant review, Rio, steakhouse, tagged Brazil, Brazilian BBQ, churrascaria, Churrascaria Porcao, dining out, food, meat, restaurant, restaurant review, Rio, steakhouse on October 25, 2006|
This chain of churrascarias (Brazilian steakhouses) is pure carnivorous heaven! Open since 1975, there are now even branches of Porcão in New York and Miami. A relatively expensive (by Brazilian standards) ‘all you can eat’ restaurant for a fixed price, there is a vast selection of buffet food, including many amazing salads (try ‘millionaire’s salad with tender palm hearts!), fish, sushi, amazing desserts and of course feijoada (Brazil’s national dish of meat, black beans, rice and greens)…
Posted in Brazil, dessert, dining out, fish, food, Polish, restaurant, restaurant review, Rio, tagged A Polonesa, Brazil, dessert, dining out, fish, food, Polish, restaurant, restaurant review, Rio on October 21, 2006|
A Polonesa is a traditional, old-fashioned Polish restaurant in Copacabana, Rio, just minutes away from the beach. Popular with my husband and his Brazilian friends who are all regulars, it’s one of the better restaurants in the area, offering good value for money, a very laid-back atmosphere and friendly service by Polish-Brazilians. I’ve eaten here several times and enjoyed it immensely.