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Barcelona Eats: Part 3

My favourite part of the trip took place in La Boqueria. This place was food heaven for me. There are a variety of market stalls there from meat, seafood, vegetables and fruit. Lots of fruit. I went to La Boqueria on two occasions. On the first day, I tried the fresh fruits, fruit juice and…

Barcelona Eats: Part 2

Part 1 went off to a mediocre start, but now, it only goes up from here. The first evening was spent at La Barca del Salamanca – a seafood restaurant – again on Moll de Gregal. This restaurant was recommended to me by my brother, so I trusted it would be a good meal. La…

Barcelona Eats: Part 1

The trip to Barcelona was an eventful one, to say the least. It was originally planned for 4 days, but my best friend and I faced a cancellation five hours before our scheduled departure. The next available flight was in a further two days. I was annoyed at first, but then I realised there’s nothing…

HAZ: A Review

I haven’t met anyone who doesn’t like Mediterranean food and it is definitely in my top three types of cuisine. Turkish food specifically is always a solid choice for me when it comes it eating out or ordering in. Borek, lahmacun, moussaka and more, the ingredients are simple, yet the flavours are fresh and bold.…

Red Snapper with Pasta & Tomato Sauce

One of my favourite types of fish is the red snapper. It’s lean, moist, and has a distinctive sweet taste. This fish can stand up to many combinations of seasonings too. I made it pan-fried, and served it with some fusili and a quick tomato sauce. It was a very filling dinner, and takes 30…