RRB in Nepal | Food

Momos (Nepalese dumplings). I ate 17 of these over the course of our trip.While our nine-course Nepali dinner at Krishnarpan was the culinary highlight of our RRB in Nepal, we had some darn good meals during the rest of our trip. True, my enthusiasm for the food may have had more to do with being compound-bound since our arrival toContinue reading “RRB in Nepal | Food”

RRB in Nepal | Krishnarpan

Momo: Traditional Nepali minced meat dumplings served with chutney.My posts about our trip to Nepal are winding down (it’s been almost two months since we returned, after all), and I’m saving the best for last. No, not amazing views of the Himalayan Mountains, seeing a rhino in the wild or bathing elephants. I’m talking about food.

Spanish Friday: Restaurantes Wok

Today is Spanish Friday: Blog post in Spanish; English translation below.Una cosa interesante de vivir en el extranjero es que no se conoce las últimas tendencias en Estados Unidos. Por supuesto, Facebook y otras redes sociales te ayudan estar actualizado, pero no es lo mismo.Estoy preguntándome: ¿Son restaurantes “wok” lo último en EE.UU.?Comida china enContinue reading “Spanish Friday: Restaurantes Wok”

Restaurant Review: La Pampa

One of our favorite restaurants here in El Salvador is La Pampa, an Argentinian-style steakhouse with locations throughout San Salvador and elsewhere. In fact, it’s our go-to spot for date night (yeah, we have “date nights”) and first-night-in-town dinner for visitors.La punta jalapeña.

Restaurant Review: Laca Laca

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a restaurant review. But it’s not for lack of dining out. It occurred to me recently that I haven’t written about any of our favorite restaurants in San Salvador, period. Well that’s about to change, starting with today’s review of Laca Laca Taquería Mexicana.Laca Laca is one of my favorite restaurantsContinue reading “Restaurant Review: Laca Laca”