Sunset and Street Food (Santorini, Greece)

Sunset over Santorini

Traditional yoghurt and honey

Fresh skewers

Local fishermen

Baked spanakopita (with mint!)

Baked feta with honey and sesame

One less octopus.

Goulash, etc. (Prague, Czech Republic)


Spicy sausage in Prague

Good kraut.

Plaza Cafe near Passeig MarĂ­tim (Barcelona, Spain)

Obligatory paella

Lahmacun (Istanbul, Turkey)

Lahmacun (or lahmajoun) is Armenian pizza. My sister also got some kebabs, which you can see in the corner.

Istiklal Caddesi (Istanbul, Turkey)

Istiklal Caddesi is a cobblestone street in the Beyoglu district where many restaurants, cafes, boutiques and art galleries are located. I wish I had written down the name of this bakery!

Spice Bazaar (Istanbul, Turkey)

Random vendors at the Egyptian (spice) market, near the Grand Bazaar.

Simit Cart (Istanbul, Turkey)

Simits are kind of like soft pretzels, but round and covered with sesame seeds.
This simit cart was near the Blue Mosque, I think.

Chapati (Kairouan, Tunisia)

Chapati is a form of roti made of whole wheat flour.  This one had egg and spices in it.

Bakery (Kairouan, Tunisia)

Brik (Sahara Desert, Tunisia)

Restaurant at the oasis in Ksar Ghilane

Berber bread (Douz, Tunisia)

Berber woman making bread at the Sahara Festival

Lablabi (Sfax, Tunisia)

Traditional dish made of chick peas, bread, olive oil, harissa and a freshly broken egg.  It's cheap, filling, and a staple of the workers' diet.

Sofitel Metropole brunch (Hanoi, Vietnam)

Pho buffet!

Aqua Tokyo (Hong Kong)

On the ferry
Sushi platter
View of Hong Kong Harbour from Aqua Tokyo
View towards the other side

Sushi Dai (Tokyo, Japan)

tuna roll

Kozue (Tokyo, Japan)

In the Park Hyatt (same hotel where Lost in Translation was filmed).
Sliced Yonezawa Beef; shabu shabu noodles.

Omen (Kyoto, Japan)