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Cincinnati Chili Challenge – Food Tripping With Molly Season 3, Episode 4

Cincinnati has a unique style of chili all its own. The locals can’t get enough of the stuff, but Zagat editor Molly Moker? That might be another story. Watch what happens when she’s confronted with an 8-pound serving while visiting the Buckeye State. For more episodes of Food Tripping With Molly, subscribe to Zagat:

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Portuguese Food Tour – FULL DAY of Eating in Lisbon, Portugal!

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On Day 27 in Lisbon, Portugal, I made up my mind to eat as much Portuguese food and at some of the best local restaurants in Lisbon. It turned out to be a fantastic day in Lisbon with some seriously good Portuguese food!

00:36 Cafe Martinho Da Arcada at Praça do Comércio – The first place we stopped in the morning is a legendary cafe in Lisbon that is the oldest cafe in Lisbon called Cafe Martinho Da Arcada. The main reason I wanted to go there was to try their pastéis de bacalhau, classic Portuguese food codfish fritters. The coffee and ambience and of the cafe was also nice. Total price – 9.30 EUR

Restaurante Zé da Mouraria (I think it was closed for holidays) – I really wanted to eat at this restaurant during my visit to Lisbon, but unfortunately they were closed for holidays, so if you go to Lisbon and are looking for local Portuguese food, check this place out.

5:32 Restaurante Cantinho do Aziz – For our next meal, although not Portuguese food, but more Mozambican food, we headed over to Restaurante Cantinho do Aziz. The food was remarkable, one of the best meals I had in Lisbon. I first began with some beef samosas which were insanely good, and then had spicy bakra piri piri, spicy lamb ribs. Total price – 35.00 EUR

11:14 Restaurante A Merendinha do Arco – Finally, to try some authentic Portuguese food in Lisbon, we headed over to a restaurant called Restaurante A Merendinha do Arco. This small family run restaurant serves delicious Portuguese food and many of the classics. I ordered bacalhau com grão, codfish with garbanzo beans and carne de porco à alentejana, pork with clams. Along with the delicious local food, what I loved was the ambiance and feel of the restaurant. Total price – 20.15 EUR

22:10 Oceanário de Lisboa (Entrance price – 17 EUR per person) – By this point on this Portuguese food tour of Lisbon, I was feeling pretty full, so we headed over to Oceanário de Lisboa and walked around one of Europe’s biggest aquariums.

24:22 Cafe on Avenida da Liberdade (Coffee – 1.40 EUR) – One of the things I love about Lisbon is the social cafe culture and atmosphere. In the afternoon I was starting to feel pretty sleepy, so before dinner, I had a cup of coffee at an outdoor cafe along Avenida.

25:12 Solar dos Presuntos – For the last Portuguese meal in on this food tour of restaurants in Lisbon, I decided to eat at a restaurants called Solar dos Presuntos. I didn’t know it was going to be such a fancy high end restaurant, but it was our last night in Lisbon, so we decided to go for it. I started with the pata negra, a plate of incredibly good ham. Then I ordered the polvo à lagareiro, some of the most tender octopus I’ve ever had in my life. Finally we also ordered dourada grelhada – gilt-head sea bream fish. The food was expensive, but delicious. Total price – 60.85 EUR.

This was a fantastic day of Portuguese food in Lisbon, and many of the places we ate today were the best restaurants I tried in Lisbon.

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Is America’s Most Expensive Korean Barbecue Worth It?

Eater LA Editor Matthew Kang visits Kristalbelli for a different and more luxurious take of Korean Barbecue.

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15 things to do in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Travel Guide

Few cities we’ve visited compare to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. At first glance, the city may not seem to have a lot to offer travelers; however, for those who linger find out Bishkek (Бишкек) has some fascinating attractions, top notch International food and cafes, tantalizing traditional Kyrgyz cuisine, relaxing parks, imposing monuments and plenty of quirky charms that will keep you coming back for more from the capital city of Kyrgyzstan (Кыргызстан – Киргизия)

In our Bishkek city guide we cover some of the best restaurants, museums, parks and attractions in the city as well as nightlife and other attractions and activities.

15 things to do in Bishkek City Guide:

1) Ala-Too Square (Ала-тоо аянты – Площадь Ала-Тоо)
2) State Historical Museum
3) Osh Bazaar (Ош базары)
4) Abandoned Casino
5) Victory Monument
6) Erkindik Park and eating gourmet ice cream
7) Kyrgyzstan Bath House at Zhirgal Banya
8) Rollerskating rink retro experience
9) Kyrgyz National Opera and Ballet Theatre of Abdylas Maldybayev
10) Bishkek Cafes
11) Hiking in Bishkek with Trekking Union
12) Kyrgyz traditional food and cuisine of Kyrgyzstan and International food scene in Bishkek
13) Craft Beer Scene
14) Oak Park
15) Panfilov Park (Панфилов көчөсү – улица Панфилова)

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Our visit Bishkek travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best restaurants and street food), top museums and the city by day. We also cover off-the-beaten-path activities you won’t find in a typical Bishkek tourism brochure or Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan city tour.

15 things to do in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Travel Guide Video Transcript:

Greetings from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan! Hello from Central Asia. It is our first time here and we are going to be spending a few days here in the capital. So we’re going to take you on a little tour and show you fifteen things to do around Bishkek.

First up, we visited Ala-Too Square, which is the central plaza in Bishkek. While there isn’t much to do here, it’s one of the city’s major landmarks, plus they also have lots of benches and water fountains where you can take a quick break. From there, we crossed the street and made our way over to the State Historical Museum.

Another place you’ll want to visit in Bishkek is the Osh Bazaar. It may not be the biggest in Central Asia, but it’s a bustling maze where you could easily spend a few hours. We had no problems at the market, but we were warned by several locals to ignore the fake police who may ask to see documents and camera permits. So keep that in mind if you encounter them!

It is shopping time. Next up we’re at the Osh bazaar and you can find everything here. We’re seen fresh produce, snacks, chocolates, clothes. Right behind me we have an entire aisle dedicated to dry cheese balls.

Directly across from the abandoned casino, you’ll find Victory monument which was built to commemorate the 40th anniversary of World War 2. The three curved arcs represent a yurt, and the sculpture of a woman standing near the eternal flame is meant to symbolize her waiting for her husband and sons to return from the war.

We missed the start of opera and ballet season by just a few days, however, if you’re in the city at the right time.

And if you’re craving a short escape from Bishkek, you can always plan a day hike to the nearby mountains with the Trekking Union.

As far as food goes, there’s plenty to sample ranging from grilled meats to dumplings, and noodles to mixed rice, plus there was one drink that really left an impression on us.

With our time in Bishkek winding down, we made a visit to Oak Park which is full of sculptures, and then we also visited nearby Panfilov Park.

And that’s a wrap for our trip to Bishkek. As you can probably tell from this video, this city is the kind of place that you experience as opposed to ticking off attractions, so it ended up being a fairly relaxing trip after a few busy weeks of travel around Kyrgyzstan. As always, if you have any suggestions of things to do in Bishkek, feel free to share your tips with fellow travellers in the comments section below. See you next time!

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

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13 Hidden Secrets & Best Places in Reykjavik – Travel Guide Iceland

Ultimate 13 hidden secrets, things to do and best places to visit in Reykjavik. My travel guide is loaded with tips for Iceland which I carefully selected. You won’t believe number #7 — Can we make it to 1,000 LIKES? —
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Trust me, Iceland has a lot more to offer besides natural beauty and breathtaking scenery.

The best time to visit Iceland is either in early February to see the Northern Lights or mid-summer for the Icelandic music festivals.

1. Start off at Cafe Loki and try their incredible Icelandic lamp soup, herring sandwich and rye bread ice cream.

2. Hallgrimskirkja, the famous church in Reykjavik, known for its unique architecture and mesmerizing view of the city.

3. Harpa, the unique concert and event venue, known for its futuristic design and enjoys the best acoustics in the world.

4. Kolaportid Flea Market, get yourself a warm Icelandic sweater or other odd Icelandic products.

5. Hakarl, rotten shark which you can purchase at the Flea Market. The most horrid food in the world, the shark is buried in the soil for months and rot in its own juices in order to acquire this strange local delicacy.

6. Seabaron, hidden secret in the Reykjavik harbor where you can try the controversial Whale Steak and world’s best lobster soup.

7. Svio, aka Icelandic Sheep’s Head. An odd dish that can be ordered at certain local restaurants or at the BSI drive-thru. Creep out your friends by going all out by trying the tongue, nose and eye.

8. Northern Lights, its hit or miss with this event, best time to go is early February.

9. Blue Lagoon, nowadays not a hidden secret anymore, but a spot that cannot be missed. This incredible place is one of the wonders of the world and is world’s biggest geothermal spa.

10. Pylsur Hot Dog at Baejarins Beztu Pylsur, the most famous in Reykjavik, you can expect long lines.

BONUS: Vegamot Restaurant, one of the better restaurants in Reykjavik.

11. Reykjavik Nightlife, visit Austur, the best nightclub in town. Make sure to contact my friends at and they may be able to hook you up with an exclusive party or message them directly @reykjavikbynight

12. Herring Era Museum, a 4 hour drive north of Reykjavik where you can try the true authentic Icelandic herring.

13. Icelandic Phallological Museum, perhaps the most bizarre museum in Iceland.

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Exclusive HIDDEN NYC Restaurant – Bohemian (kakurega)

New York does exclusivity well, but Tokyo does it better. There is a Japanese phrase, “Ichigensama okotowari,” that’s used by owners of certain discriminating restaurants and shops, and means, roughly, “We respectfully decline first-time visitors.” In other words: walk-ins not welcome. To make a reservation or a purchase, you have to be recommended by a regular.

Bohemian is, naturally, hard to find—it’s a kakurega, or hidden place, tucked behind a Japanese butcher shop, in a building once owned by Andy Warhol. – New Yorker Magazine.

Basically – to get a booking, you need a referral from someone who has been before. Your name and phone number becomes your membership card – then you can invite others to join.

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Top Of The World: The most expensive restaurants throughout Europe

Top Of The World: The most expensive restaurants throughout Europe.
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The most expensive restaurants throughout Europe

Restaurants in Vacone Solo Per Due, Umbria, Italy – 345 USD / person
Usually you go to restaurants, you identified earlier would be a pretty noisy and crowded. However, dinner in Solo Per Due, you will have a completely new experience. Solo Per Due in Italian means “only for 2 people”, therefore, will only 2 people have the opportunity to dine at this restaurant at a time.

At this particular restaurant, only most of kitchen table and a menu to choose two dishes. Solo Per Due has quite a long history when it was founded in the 19th century Each meal for 2 people here can cost 690 USD excluding wine.

The restaurant Le Louis XV-Alain Ducasse in Monte Carlo, Monaco – 350 USD / person.
Comes to Monte Carlo, people think of the luxury casino. This is considered the “City casinos” 2nd largest in the world, behind only Las Vegas. However, Monte Carlo is known for owning one of the most expensive restaurants in Europe – Le Louis XV.

The restaurant Le Louis XV owned by Alain Ducasse’s, who won three Michelin stars. Le Louis XV is famous for lobster cost 220 USD.

The La Marmite restaurant in St. Moritz, Switzerland – 370 USD / person
La Marmite Restaurant is located in the Swiss Alps. Situated on a 8,000-foot mountain peaks, where lavish resorts, La Marmite boasts a full menu sago dainty when all the dishes here are associated with the lobster, even sandwiches .

the menu of the restaurant’s most famous is the Carrousel. This meal includes dishes such as foie gras expensive, lobster, salmon and caviar. The cost for this meal is 370 USD / person.

The restaurant Pic Valence, France – 455 USD / person
La Marmite Restaurant is located in the Swiss Alps. Situated on a 8,000-foot mountain peaks, where lavish resorts, La Marmite boasts a full menu sago dainty when all the dishes here are associated with the lobster, even sandwiches .

the menu of the restaurant’s most famous is the Carrousel. This meal includes dishes such as foie gras expensive, lobster, salmon and caviar. The cost for this meal is 370 USD / person.

The restaurant Pic Valence, France – 455 USD / person
Pic restaurant is owned restaurants only female chef to receive three Michelin stars each in France. Although more than a dining table in the restaurant Solo Per Due in Italy, but space here is also very quiet. The menu of the restaurant not much has changed since it was opened in the late 19th century, however, the gourmets always loved Pic.

Restaurant Le Meurice in Paris, France – 500 USD / person
Topping the list of most expensive restaurants in Europe was the restaurant Le Meurice in Paris. Located inside one of the most luxurious hotels of the city, this restaurant also owned by Alain Ducasse renowned chefs.

The restaurant is decorated with a sumptuous gold-plated walls, even the the plate is also designed a sophisticated way with gold motifs.

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CHINATOWN TASTING TOUR // Manila, Philippines- TBEX Asia 2016

I may be the worst food vlogger ever, but that doesn’t stop me from bringing you along on a Chinatown tasting tour in Manila, the capital the Philippines!

Join me for the opening tour at TBEX Asia 2016, a travel bloggers convention I attended last month, as I reluctantly taste the few items in Chinatown that align with my selective dietary preferences.

Food vlogging may not be my thing, but I am able to show you a bit of the oldest Chinatown in the world, and introduce you to a handful of travel bloggers on the same journey to kick off TBEX 2016.

Be sure to watch to the end to catch a glimpse of the insane parties TBEX Philippines hosted as well!

This is the FIRST video to kick off my NINE part travel video series on the Philippines. It only gets better from here, so subscribe now and stay tuned for far crazier adventures in SOUTHEAST ASIA!

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