Tag: Steak

Galerias Pacifico, Buenos Aires
“Cambio, Cambio” shout the random guys standing in the middle of the street each spaced around 50 yards apart. This is a familiar sight right next to the best shopping centre in Buenos Aires, Galerias Pacifico. You may wonder...
Steaks by Luis
Buenos Aires holds many secrets, many of them are restaurants. Following the economic crash in Argentina around the millenium, many high street rental spaces proved to be far too expensive. In a genius move regular people began opening restaurants in their own home. We were about to...
Back on home soil after our glamping break away in sunny (for the most part) Blackpool, we headed into Leicester city centre in search of another food fix. Where the old Natwest bank used to be (at which my mother informs me she wrote her first ever cheque, bit...
Miller and Carter, Hinckley
The A5 is becoming a well travelled road for us. After the superb stay at Sketchley Grange and a top meal at The Ryder Grill, The Belfry, we were back down the main road this time in search of a steakhouse. Miller and Carter. Miller and Carter have branches popping...
Mexican Food Made Simple Steak Burrito
Difficulty 2/5A common dish that you would find in any Mexican restaurant over in the UK would be the burrito, no doubt amongst the Quesadillas and Fajitas designed to satisfy the British palate. These are of course great dishes but this book gives an opening into the real Mexico....
Osteria Pepo Florence
This place is an old favourite. The kind of place that you imagine sits beside a market serving food as fresh as the building across the street sells it. We first dined at Pepo on our honeymoon after I came across a video on YouTube where locals recommended their...