If ten years ago, Dublin was just the right place to drink a pint of beer at a local pub, now it is experiencing a real restaurant boom. The economic crisis contributed in part to this: rents fell, and a new generation of chefs suddenly could afford to open their own restaurants. One way or another, the capital of Ireland now has something to offer to discerning guests. Meet an interesting selection of the best restaurants in Dublin, a visit to which will certainly become your memorable gastronomic adventure. Mr.Fox For many years in a row, chef Anthony Smith cooked food all over the world, then returned to his native Dublin and in 2016 opened his own restaurant. Today it serves the best of international cuisine, masterfully prepared with natural, local and seasonal products. Go to Mr.Fox to taste the excellent deer tartare: juicy small pieces of venison decorated with red currants and topped with Jerusalem artichoke chips. The alcohol Continue reading
Lisbon is an ancient abode of rich Portuguese cuisine with its own special traditions and culinary recipes, which is famous for its abundance of fish and seafood dishes. Where, if not in restaurants, to get acquainted with the peculiarities of the gastronomic culture of the capital of Portugal? We present the TOP-10 of the best restaurants in Lisbon, each of which has its own exceptional zest that distinguishes it from hundreds of others. Restaurante Eleven Restaurant is located in downtown Lisbon, surrounded by the lush vegetation of Eduardo VII Park. Huge panoramic windows offer beautiful views of the city and the Tagus River. It is especially nice to dine at a table by the window when Lisbon is spectacularly flooded with evening lights. Beautiful curtains, snow-white tablecloths, soft light, music – everything here has a good rest. No less attractive menu. Michelin-starred Chef at Joachim Koerper Restaurant appreciates Continue reading
The best places in Amsterdam are those that are visited not only by tourists, but also by local residents. Having visited these places, you can fully imbue the local flavor and feel the friendliness and cheerfulness of the townspeople. Many pubs and bars are concentrated in the vicinity of Rembrandt plein and Leidse plein squares, but entertaining authentic establishments can be found in other areas of Amsterdam.
One of the city’s best beer bars is called Arendsnest (Eagle’s Nest). It is located near Amsterdam Centraal Station, at Herengracht 90. The restaurant offers its visitors a rich assortment of beer, which includes 30 varieties of draft foamy drink and about 100 varieties – bottled. You can drink both traditional Dutch Continue reading