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Yurakuen Japanese Restaurant

This high-end Japanese restaurant was a very nice treat during our trip to the Philippines. The restaurant is situated within a hotel and with the assistance of the concierge you can easily get there… the place is very beautiful as it is surrounded by glass windows and glass trees in the middle that sparkle. The …

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Harbour View Restaurant

If you are a seafood fan, then look no further. Harbour View restaurant in old Manila has delicious seafood and showcase all the variety Phillippines has to offer and best of all to affordable prices. Also, if you arrive just at sunset you are in for a treat as the restaurant is situated above the …

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La Croisette

During the day a stylish café right on the promenade to the Mekong where expats, business people and tourists meet for a coffee or lunch with delicious pizza, pasta and salad. In the evening a popular jazz club with a DJ and live music. Big plus for all wheelchair travellers: the entrance is at ground …

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El Quincho del Tío querido

After an exciting day at the waterfalls of Iguaçu one can again regain strength – with a delicious “Parilla”. Freshly grilled steaks, ribs and loins can be also accommpanied by grilled vegetables, potatoes and rice. Fans of offal should also try lungs (riñones) and blood sausages (morcilla). The terrace and the interior spaces are at …

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Din Tai Fung Kuala Lumpur

The Din Tai Fung in one of the most fashionable shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur is really something special: Small delicious dim sum dishes, topped by steamed dumplings filled with vegetables, fish, meat or truffle. Book in advance, because the Din Tai Fung is most of the time fully booked. Even after booking you have …

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Como en Casa

The small bistro in the Riobamba street provides what it promises: Como en casa (Eat at home) is a comfortable furnished place, with a changing art gallery. But the biggest attraction is their food: Amazing cakes and tarts – most with a bit too much cream – for non-argentinian taste buds. Even though there is …

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