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Recommendations in the vicinity of Reutte?

by 23dex 1 year ago

Hi - we'll be staying in Reutte (actually one of its outlying villages) for a couple days, spending time sightseeing at the local castles and other fun outdoor venues. We are two parents and two 1...

Any recent Switzerland recs?

by ChinaCat 7 years ago

I've done a search, but it doesn't seem anyone has talked about Switzerland in nearly a year. And even then, not too much. We will be spending time in Lucerne, and in Montreux, plus we will have...

St. Petersburg and Moscow

by Jhobert 5 years ago

Hi, Going to St. Petersburg and Moscow at the end of May. Anyone have any suggestions on great, small farm to table restaurants to eat in. Haven't seen anything posted recently. Thanks!

Stockholm restaurants

by stever70 2 years ago

In Stockholm for 48 hours after three nights in Copenhagen and a rez at Noma. Wondering if the new Frantzen is worth the pricetag after the splurge at Noma...and if it will measure up. I've also he...

Dining in Tbilisi, Georgia

by versicle 2 years ago

Just returned from a two-week trip to Georgia, where the food is extremely varied, usually made from local ingredients, and generally delicious. A few highlights. Azarphesha We dined her...

Two nights in Budapest

by Homesteadmem 1 year ago

We will be in Budapest for two nights at the end of July before going on a river boat cruise. Looking for Hungarian Cuisine and love dining at Michelin starred restaurants as well. Torn between O...

Swiss Specialties/Dishes - Traveling to Lucerne/Zurich and More in Switzerland

by watermap 7 years ago

I'll be in Zurich, Lucerne and traveling in the Alps in September/October 2013. Any thoughts on regional dishes to check out? I've seen 2-3 recommendations for Restaurant Le Dézaley in Zurich fo...

Swedish Chocolate Oat Balls, traditional recipe and healthy recipe

by OhMyDeer 1 year ago

Chocolate balls is the one sweet that every Swede loves and knows how to make by heart. We all start learning how to make them at the age of three! If not younger ;) It’s a sweet that’s been around...

Istanbul October 2018 visit

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by jen kalb 2 years ago

At long last posting a report on our October week in Istanbul. The istanbullis are avid chowhounds and we only got a very small sampling of what is available and possible to enjoy there due to t...

Traditional German or Bavarian Soups in Munich

by prima 2 years ago

Which restaurants do you recommend most? I know I like the Gulaschsuppe and other soups at Spatenhaus an der Oper. Thanks for all your recommendations.

Solo Dining in Copenhagen

by jsandler 2 years ago

Hello, I have an upcoming trip to Copenhagen and am looking for recommendations for restaurants that are good for solo diners. Do restaurants usually seat parties of one? Do many restaurants hav...

Munich - Spaten or Pschorr or Zum Alten Markt and other ?s...

by fress 7 years ago

My wife and our two daughters will be in Munich for the first time for three days in March staying at the Hotel Louis by the Viktualienmarkt. I've been doing a little research here and around the w...

Slovenia - Cooking Classes?

by alexisbeall 2 years ago

Our family will be traveling through Slovenia for a week in July. I would love to find a cooking course along the way, maybe at a farm or local restaurant. I can't seem to find anything online. Doe...

Great non-tasting menu recs in Copenhagen?

by kathrynanne 2 years ago

My husband and I are looking for great places that do an a la carte menu- it seems like most of the heavy hitters are long tasting menus and we want to change it up certain evenings. We would like ...

Basel, Switzerland

by mardisk 2 years ago

Going to be there for 2 days before a Viking cruise, and I'd appreciate 2 restaurant recommendations for dinner. Looking to spend $35-50 pp, and interested in regional food (rosti, etc.), We're sta...

Copenhagen Trip Report (Vegetarian, Jan 2019)

by sobbuh 2 years ago

We spent 5 days in Copenhagen recently and had a few very good meals. Not mind blowing, but we definitely ate well. Before going to Copenhagen, my big decision was whether or not to have a...

Stockholm Report

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by abby d 2 years ago

We ate well! *Lilla Ego: we went c8pm without a booking (apparently it's 3 months in advance) and after a 30 min wait, with a glass of wine, we had a table (great as I was expecting to be sea...

Upcoming Trip Uzbekistan and Istanbul Recommendations?

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by jen kalb 2 years ago

We are heading out next month for a visit to Uzbekistan , focussing on the silk road cities, followed by a week in Istanbul. I am not aware of any Chowhound posts ever on Uzbekistan and weirdly, f...