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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


The 8 Types of Chinese Cuisine: Which One Suits Your Taste

China may be one country, but that doesn't mean it only has one type of cuisine. Given how big China is, it should come as no surprise that food varies from region to region. If you've noticed that you like some Chinese restaurants a lot more than others, it could be because they're all serving a different type of cuisine. With each type boasting different ingredients and cooking styles, you're bound to have favourites and least favourites.

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.