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Wonderful restaurants from around the world

7 Jan 2010  In many ways, travel for me is all about food. I seek out recommendations via friends and fellow travelers and promptly check out the "Places To Eat" section of any travel guide I buy. My husband is convinced that I plan my time away around my meals!
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This is a list of some of the favourite restaurants that I happened upon while travelling. They range from high-end restaurants to great spots to grab a quick bite and they are from places that span the globe from the Caribbean to Europe.

  • 1. Radegast Pivnice (Prague, Czech Republic)

    Templova near namesti Republiky
    Stare Mesto

    This is a no-frills beer hall that is very long and narrow with many wooden paneled booths lining the walls. The decor is ordinary and a bit plain, but the atmosphere is authentic and the service is speedy if not a bit gruff. This is a great spot for inexpensive but delicious food (the roast chicken is amazing!) and pints of Gambrinus and Radegast beer. Although the waiters seem quite surly a lot of the time, it adds to the ambiance, so to say! LOL Just keep track of the ticks that the waiter puts on your "beer tap" at the end of the table...they have been known to sometimes add extra 'ticks'!

  • 2. El Pescador

    Delicious, inexpensive seafood restaurant in downtown Cancun. It's a great place away from the tourist traps of the hotel zone and is located down a pedestrian only street with tables and chairs under umbrellas on the sidewalk. Warning...the drinks here are usually pretty potent so, when partaking in the 2 for 1 special, pace yourself!

  • 3. Barrachina
    Barrachina Restaurant, San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Went here for our second anniversary dinner while in San Juan and had by far one of the best paellas we have ever had! Great atmosphere with tables and chairs in the lush courtyard or in the colonial rooms inside. Very attentive service as well! Located in Old San Juan.

  • 4. Bahamas Rum Cake Factory (Nassau, Bahamas)

    Great spot for delicious Bahamian Rum Cakes! They are made on the premises and there are numerous flavors to try. A little taste of the Bahamas!

  • 5. Rustika

    The best ribs I have EVER eaten!!! It's a bit out of the way, being located across the river in a suburb north of downtown Prague. However, it is worth the tram ride as the prices are amazing and the portions are incredible. A large rack of ribs (these are big ribs too...no puny little, meatless ribs) with a side of coleslaw and fries is almost cheaper than one pint of beer in the touristy pubs of Old Town Square.

  • 6. JC Capitan
    JC Capitan, Cancun

    Amazing food and service and by far one of the best located restaurants in Cancun...away from the touristy hotel zone and perched overtop the waters of the lagoon. Great spot to see beautiful sunsets too!

  • 7. La Casa Blu
    La Casa Blu, Prague, Bohemia

    Amazingly it was here in Prague that I had the best nachos and quesadillas! This restaurant, run by two brothers from Cuba, has great Mexican food. The atmosphere is warm (small taste of the tropics in the grey cold Czech winter) and usually quite lively with Latin music being played just this side of too loud. Tequila shots are quite different here too...instead of licking salt and sucking on a lime, a tequila shot at Casa Blu is accompanied by licking cinnamon and sucking on an orange. Very tasty!

  • 8. Fast Food Fish Restaurant (Nassau, Bahamas)

    Unfortunately, for the life of me I cannot remember the name of this little fast food spot in Nassau, Bahamas. It was right across the street from the British Colonial Hilton and was a very popular spot for locales at lunchtime. The fried fish was fresh and coated in a light, crispy batter with little to no grease. It was a great spot to pick up a quick lunch and could be eaten in the restaurant at one of the four booths or easily munched on while wandering the streets or markets of Nassau. Perhaps if someone knows the name of the place I'm talking of, they can inform me of the name...