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Cuines Sta Caterina – Barcelona

Inside the Santa Caterina Market, one of the less touristic food market in Barcelona, is Cuines Sta Caterina. Yes, it appears slightly touristic at a glance, but don’t let that keep you away. It is a quality restaurant with real food, outdoor dining and a few different ways to eat; from standard tables to styled dining bars.

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Pure Veggie House – Hong Kong

Pure Veggie House is fantastic! Not very easy to find, but one of those gems when you do. I mean, we would NEVER have found this place on our own in Hong Kong’s labyrinth.

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Little Bao – Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s Little Bao is a lunch counter for dinner, pot-heads paradise designed by Sean-Dix.
A Bao is the Chinese version of sandwich and it is one of those yummy cultural joys that has texture to match taste. The soft squishiness of the rice bread combined with the fried crunchiness of the filling is a match that is hard not to crave.

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House – Hong Kong

Offering vegetarian dim sum for lunch and dinner lock-cha teahouse was our favorite restaurant in Hong Kong.

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Ammo – Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s Ammo is  very well put together, you realize the as you take in the different elements every detail starts gaining importance, from the green velvet banquettes by the window. to the wood choices.  

The menu is designed by chef Roland Schuller is a gentle  mix of east and west.  A menu that allows you to sample local flavors without pushing you out of a comfort zone.  Highly recommended are the Sous Vide Cocktails; quite an interesting take on some classics.