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Restaurants: Creating Worldwide Appeal and a Sense of Home

When you travel, it feels as if there are two worlds: your home and the rest of the world. When you step into a restaurant, this feeling is echoed, and it changes based on which restaurant you are in. Right around the corner from home, a restaurant may feel like you are in Thailand eating pad Thai, in America enjoying a cheese burger or in France eating snails. In other cases, you may be half way around the globe in a spot full of Aussies that makes you feel like you are back home. Hi, my name is Betina, and I love eating out and travelling. This blog looks at everything related to those concepts. It talks about the sense of home and away in restaurants. Whether you are a diner or a restaurateur, I hope you enjoy the diverse posts I include in this blog.


Restaurants: Creating Worldwide Appeal and a Sense of Home


6 fish you might eat with your chips

Fish and chips have become a mainstay in Australian cuisine, both as a takeaway food and as a restaurant dish. There are many different fish that can be used to make the meal -- here are some of the more common ones.  1. Flake Flake is a term used to refer to different species of small shark, in particular the gummy shark, although many other types may be used in fish and chips.