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Describe your favorite restaurant in the world. Include a link to their website. And if your description is more like a review than not, consider re-posting it to yelp or urbanspoon.
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Couldn’t possibly choose only one 😉
I can’t choose one. There are several I like.
Hi! I am biased but it would have to be Skappo Italian Wine Bar in New Haven, CT. http://Skappo.com
When I lived in London England early 1970’s there was a restaraunt we loved to go just passed Harrod’s called Borcht N Tears. We would save our money and go it was a great place and fun. Who knows it might still be there.
Oooh depends what mood I’m in or whether om being treated
Mandarin Chinese Buffet, Brampton, Ontario
I had a three course meal at Granville@Barford about a year ago. Stumbled upon it by accident and found out that it had won several awards. Reasonably priced and I could not find a single fault with my meal, the pub or the staff.
If anyone is in or travelling to the Warwick / Leamington Spa area I strongly recommend it.
OK, maybe not my favorite in the WORLD, having traveled to Toyko, London and Sydney in my time, but this one is a pretty good one in Central Minnesota…. http://wp.me/plRZg-U0
Those cupcakes look YUMMY! 😀
McDonald’s. I know, I know. It’s an evil place to go to but it’s my favorite because when I was a child, my father took me to McDonald’s every Saturday for lunch. It was tradition. Saturday lunch meant a Happy Meal and I always looked forward to it. He even gave me one of his extra military foot lockers to store all those toys (which was all later sold at a yard sale for a whopping $15 or so. …).
Well it used to be Chilli’s in Cambridge until they closed it down! 😦 Turns out the one in London was tanking so they shut up shop there and in Cambridge. Chilli’s was the best Mexican restaurant ever! May it rest in peace.
Check this one out that I did when I was at school:
My favorite restaurant is Cracker Barrel. I can always find one along the way as I travel. The food is reasonable priced and its food that I can eat without too many digestion problems. I love it and I also love shopping there.
I agree, Cracker Barrel is good. I love their store. I always leave with a bagful of the candy canes.
Boy! You got me going there!
Dockside in Port Royal, SC. The food is wonderful. The atmosphere is exactly what you’d expect at a restaurant, well, located at a dock! But more so, it has a place in our family culture. I don’t live in SC (I did for a few years in the ’90s), but whenever I am visiting, & whenever ANYone is visiting my family, it is the Place To Go. And, to top it off, my H & I got engaged there. Well worth the (often times) hour+ wait. Get the She Crab Soup.
Currently it has to be between Tamasha in Bromley, UK and Chapter One in Farnborough, UK, different kinds of food but everything is delicious, service is fantastic and it really feels special.
I`m only eat fishball in the street very yummy 🙂
I can’t say I have a favourite because I don’t usually go to restaurants very often . If I do it would be Moxie’s or Humpty’s or some other family one like Phil’s pancake house or something . It’s all the same to me. I mean they all serve basically the same thing . boring food .
I have three-four, Chipotle, Bella Luna, Taco Shoppe, and occasionally Taco Bell. Depends.
The Factory Cheescake! I absolutely like it and I always stop by while traveling.
I like Chili’s, especially their blackberry tea and chicken crispers. There’s also this local place in Beaumont, Texas, called Willy Burger. You know it’s good when people line up at 10 to eat in a place that doesn’t open till 11. They serve burgers, shakes, and tiny French fries. There’s a restored Airstream trailer attached to the restaurant. I like eating in there; the booths are comfy.
Docks Restaurant, Clocktower section, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town.
They have a bit of everything on the menu, but best is the location: on the water, at the huzz & buzz of the Waterfront, next to the docks to Robben Island (iconic for Nelson Mandela spending 18 years of his life there). There is even a seal pen – they come to rest and can be observed perfectly while you are having your burger, pancake, wrap, seafood basket or whatever.
A comfortanble place, with amazing food. Nice, clean, efficiently laid out restrooms. Pleasant staff.
Has to be the Orbit http://blog.mummybrain.com/2009/10/service-review-orbit-restaurant.html
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