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Chinese Bird’s Nest Soup



Chef Rose Wong of the Pearl Asian Kitchen Restaurant (formerly Pearl of the Orient) in Shaker Heights Ohio, explained Chinese food to the ClevelandPeople.Com Food Adventurers. The Food Adventurers travel to authentic ethnic restaurants in the Cleveland area and, besides enjoying a special traditional menu, learn about the culture of the country. Chef Rose Wong told of the expensive delicacy called bird’s nest soup. and

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SANTIAGO CHILE The most expensive city in Latin America, 1st day in Santiago chile rec by ZeeShades



A little walk on My 1st day in a most expensive city of latin americas, SANTIAGO DE CHILE. Its safe, Its beautiful, its diverse, its clean, its a combination of Europe and America.
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Cooking With Fire At The Dabney | Bon Appetit



The ever-changing menu at Washington D.C.’s The Dabney is prepared using an open flame hearth and century-old cooking techniques.

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12 Course TEMPURA Dinner in Tokyo Japan!



I’ve tried a lot of tempura before having some in Japan and honestly they all sucked compared to what I had. The tempura dinner I had in the Giza area of Tokyo was incredible!

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Top 10 London Design Hotels 2017



Welcome to the listing of The Allthegoodies Top 10 Design Hotels in London. Our list contains hotels in Soho, Shoreditch, Covent Garden, South Bank, Leicester Square and Marleybone. We hope the list gives you inspiration for your next visit to the best city in the world – London !

Music: Sovereign Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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15 Most Unusual Restaurants Bars & Cafe in India !!



Top 15 of the most unique weird unusual craziest and most bizarre places you can order food in India and these are best indian restaurant in india

1. Kaidi Kitchen, Chennai
2. Hijackk Restaurant, Ahmedabad
3. Tihar Food Court, Delhi
4. 21 Fahrenheit, Mumbai
5. Taste of Darkness, Hyderabad
6. NASA, Bengaluru
7. New Lucky Restaurant, Ahmedabad
8. Nature’s Toilet Cafe, Ahmedabad
9. Veli Lake Floating Restaurant, Trivandrum
10. The Bar Stock Exchange, Mumbai
11. Gufaa, Hyderabad
12. 70MM, Hyderabad
13. Silver Metro, Bengaluru
14. Firangi Dhaba, Mumbai
15. Seva Cafe, Ahmedabad

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Taiwanese Breakfast in Taipei, Taiwan



When it comes to breakfast in Taipei, Taiwan it is taken very seriously. Waking up before sunrise we headed over to Fu Hang Dou Jiang (阜杭豆漿) to stand in line with the crowds before placing an order of deep-fried dough stick (Youtiao – 油條 – 油条),
sandwich with an omelet (Shao Bing – 燒餅 – 烧饼) and soybean milk (Dou Jiang – 豆漿). The one we really wanted to try but didn’t order was Dan Bing (蛋餅). Come find out what the breakfast fuss is all about in Taipei (臺北市).

Directions to Fu Hang Dou Jiang (阜杭豆漿):

100, Taiwan, Taipei City, Zhongzheng District, Section 1, Zhongxiao E Rd, 108號
(Get off at Shandao Temple Station (善導寺站) and take exit 5)

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Taiwanese Breakfast in Taipei, Taiwan Travel Food Video Transcript:

Alright guys. We are up before the sun today and it is for a really good reason. We’ve been hearing about Taiwanese breakfast at this one particular spot and we’re going to go check it out. The MRT just opened and now it is time to go. Yes, apparently this restaurant opens at five thirty in the morning but the MRT didn’t start running until 6 am so we had to wait. Now we can finally venture out.

Exit five. How excited are you for breakfast? Well now that I’ve actually finally woken up I’m quite excited. Ready to chow down. Chow down. Let’s go.

So apparently we’re not the only ones.

So we found the restaurant. It is called Fu Hang Dou Jiang (阜杭豆漿). Hopefully I am pronouncing that right. And we had to wait in line about twenty to thirty minutes and that was at six thirty in the morning.

And of course we have two bowls of soy milk because that is what they specialize in and that is called Dou Jiang (豆漿). One is hot and one is cold.

One is like piping hot. This one is like boiling so we’re going to be sampling those. Let’s have a look. So yeah, it is just soy milk. I’ve never drank milk with a spoon but that is a first.

So we asked for both of our soy milks to be sweetened so that is good.

Okay so we’re going to break into the mystery roll. Yeah, so take a look down here. I’m just going to snap it in half. It feels dense I know there is definitely something inside.

Oh, woah. Oh it is super syrupy.

Okay. Woah. Maybe that wasn’t the best idea. Haha.

Is it sweet?

It is very sweet.

So next up we’re having what I believe is the Shao Bing (燒餅 – 烧饼) so it looks like a sandwich but it is basically a wheat cake and it is stuffed with egg. An omelette, chives. Yeah, it looks like a sandwich. Yeah.

This last one is either Yutiah or Youtiao (油條 – 油条) please let me know in the comments. We’re butchering these names I’m sure pretty fiercely. Um, at first glance it kind of reminds me of a bit of a porras that we had in Spain. Like those giant sized kind of churros like things. Yeah.

And I have to say it is like super light in the hand. It looks a lot bigger than what it is. It is really flimsy and light. So I’m going to give that a try.

So it is like a deep-fried dough stick and all we need right now is that thick Spanish hot chocolate and we’re set.

Oh. Okay. It tastes like a bit greasy and salty as opposed to being sweet.

So are you feeling ready to take on Taipei after that breakfast? Yeah, I’ve got my sugar high. I’ve got you know like my saltiness with the egg. So I’m ready to go. And in terms of price point that was a hundred and thirty five Taiwanese dollars so it worked out to just over two US dollars per person. So really cheap, really tasty food. And yeah, I can see why there is a big line. And the one thing I wish we could have tried was something I think called Dan Bing (蛋餅) which is basically a pancake with the omelet stuffed inside. We noticed some other people having that and we’re like ooh that looked good. And I also saw people having some kind of porridge that I just didn’t know the name of it. Yeah, anyways we ate enough. I mean we’re full now but yeah there is other things to try though.

Yeah, so if you want to find this place straight out of exit five and here you’ve got the market. You just go down this way up to the second floor and you’ll see the lines. Yeah, and don’t forget to come early. Yeah.

This is part of our Travel in Taiwan video series showcasing Taiwanese food, Taiwanese culture and Taiwanese cuisine.

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The GIANT Dumpling (Gyoza) Challenge in Tokyo Japan!!!



I went to Tokyo Japan and took on a HUGE dumpling or gyoza. The massive dumpling was 5.5 pounds!

The restaurant: Kagurazaka Hanten (神楽坂飯店)

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Check out the most expensive hotel suite in Paris – Imperial Suite at the Shangri-La



During my recent luxury adventure to France, I had the opportunity to stay at the fabulous Shangri-La Paris ( This ornate palace hotel has a wonderful pedigree, it was created in 2011 from the palace of Roland Bonaparte, the grand-nephew of Napoleon. Perhaps the hotel’s most incredible suite, and the best and most expensive suite in Paris, is La Suite Imperial. This suite was created from what was the personal living quarters of Prince Bonaparte. Join me for a tour of this over-the-top, Second Empire space, with its antiques, period furniture, paintings and gold bathroom fixtures.

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