Located close to Kilmainham Gaol, The Patriot’s Inn is a cozy spot to visit for lunch or just a few drinks.
We weren’t quite expecting Italian food in Ireland, but hey, who’s to say that it can’t be good anyway?
As mentioned before, Jack and I stumbled across this place almost entirely by accident. Still, accidental finds are almost always good finds, in my opinion.
Pho cravings in London are the worst because they’re terribly hard to satisfy here.
Considering that I’m more of a eater than a drinker, and that we have a local favourite watering hole, we’ve had plenty of chance to review the food at the White Horse. This is probably the most extensive review I’ve ever done on a restaurant.
Any first food review from the UK should be about a fish and chip shop.
This is about the Tamarind East Indian Restaurant, not to be confused with Tamarind Vietnamese Grill & Noodle House (which I’ve been to, incidentally, but haven’t reviewed because I kept on forgetting to write a post). Ah the flaws of this blogger continues. But who cares when you’ve got pakora and a friend named Kat?
It’s been almost a month in between posts and I have absolutely no excuse whatsoever. Nope. No excuses. But happy 100th post to Alibi:OE! So to make up for my irregular posting, here’s a food review on pizza. Because pizza covers a multitude of blogger wrongdoings!
Today’s photos brought to you by B, the best brother in the whole wide world. Have I mentioned that he’s great at photography too? His skills came in handy when my dad decided that it was time for us to visit the one and only restaurant in the Calgary Tower over 150 m above ground…
‘Twas a windy brisk morn and J decided that it had been far too long since we’d gone out on a Groupon. Hence, the Jacqueline Suzanne Bistro (presenting The Carmichael)! Such a long name for such small restaurant. The real name is The Carmichael… but it seems the name Jacqueline [and] Suzanne’s Bistro is still…