Wanderlust Tales : Foo...ooood #atozchallenge

Apart from catching the first rays of sunlight or the last, the other best thing about traveling is to experience the wide variety of cuisines in both local flavours and fusion food. 

I saw the below (which I assume is dried fish) in stalls at a quaint Chinese village. I was fascinated for sure, but didn't have the courage to buy any of those :)

Wide variety of things that I had no idea about
Then I got to meet the famous Egg Puff Granpa, famous for his charcoal Egg Pancakes. Yummy no doubt!!

Egg puff Uncle at Hong Kong - famous for his handmade Charcoal grilled Egg Pancakes

One of the strangest things I tried last year was a Chicken feet. I know it looks creepy :P
Chicken Feet - Yum Cha
My absolute favourite are the soupy Dumplings I first tried in Din Tai Fung, Sydney CDB. It was one of the dish I tried in Hong Kong too, mostly because I wanted to know if it tasted any different there. Ridiculously delicious!!

My Favorite Soupy Dumplings - Xiao Long Bao 
I love Seafood Hotpot and I am always on the lookout to stuff myself with the soup.

Trying out some Thai cuisine consisting of Prawns, Pork Belly and coconut juice to end the meal.

Last month my friends and I discovered this awesome bar, located at Clarence Street Sydney. Hawaiian Themed Bar called Grandma. The cocktails are amazing, but even more scrumptious are the Jaffles - which are nothing but toasties with chicken and salad stuffing, and some Mayo too. Goes really well with the drinks.

Along with ClaireParul and Shaliniwe have formed an Unconventional Alliance with A to Z co-host Pam Margolis as the ring leader ... all set to rock the party

Wanna read about my A to Z Whimsical Medley- check out here

A: Assam

C: Casino
D: Dawn


  1. The prawns and pork belly are getting my tummy rumbling, even though it's only breakfast time here! :D
    I remember eating really really amazing food in Mahabaleshwar. All the chicken dishes were so beautifully prepared, and the portions were king-size. And of course, the strawberries!
    Have you watched this show -Bizarre Foods by Andrew Zimmern? It's a really old show I guess. But it's super cool to watch again! :P

  2. Raj scrumptious food and superb pics. Chicken foot was a sad though...That pub in Sydney sounds great, before I drop into sydney next time I shall ask u for a list of food places

    Sunila just wrote...

  3. Interesting food bringing back memories of eating whilst we visited China.

  4. Very interesting range of foods out there! The pictures bring them all to life :-)

  5. I'm salivating! I remember that chicken feet though, looks super creepy :/

    Food is something I'm crazy about and coconut juice sounds fascinating!

  6. I am scared to try new non-veg food, stick to the familiar chicken :) The Jaffles sound nice, love coconut water :)

  7. Great photos! Dried fish street sale is common in Russia, too. I don't like it very much though. www.thetrucktraveller.com

  8. That dried fish doesn't look too appetising but the dumplings look delicious. I am normally wary of unfamiliar food.

  9. Look at that food pictures. So tempting. I also loved the food in Hong Kong. Very different.

  10. food is definitely something that get associated with memories! nice pics!

    Shubhangi @ The Little Princess

  11. Delicious post. :) Tempting. My favorite is the momos. :D

  12. Yummy! I love trying new things! Not sure about the chicken feet though! Lol!


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