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The Ivy. Clinging on.

I have lived in London for 33 years and I have never, until now, been to The Ivy. So long has it been a part of the restaurant scene that I thought it had been there, in its present form, for decades, but (I was surprised to find) it has only been around in its current incarnation since 1989, courtesy of those masters of the slick and the smooth, Corbin and King.

Food

restaurant review: teaneck sushi buffet

972 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ
http://www.teanecksushiteaneck.com/

The first time I came here when it recently opened, it wasn’t the greatest experience. However, since then, the owner really turned things around. 200 more words

Vegan

Sweetly & water

Usual day in Serbia begins with teaspoon of “slatko” and glass of fresh water. This teaspoon, taken after waking up and morning routines can be replaced with honey, but slatko is somewhat on the higher price. 266 more words

Gastronomy

restaurant review: mausam indian cuisine in montclair, nj

379 Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair, NJ
http://www.mausamnj.com/

The first thing I noticed on their menu is that “v = vegan”! I love menus that clearly denote what’s vegan friendly versus just vegetarian friendly. 229 more words

Vegan

restaurant review: penang in lodi, nj

334 N. Main Street in Lodi, NJ
www.penangcuisine.com

I have loved Penang for over a decade now. I even wrote about their East Hanover location in my college entrance essays (titled, “How I Love Thee, Malaysian Food!”) and got into every college I applied to. 352 more words

International Cuisine

Revealing culinary culture

Much as our literacy, Serbian culinary heritage was formed upon foreign influences. It may be best described as a clash of two opposites – old patriarchal with an bit of oriental fragrance and European “ceremonial”, thus making a perfect balance within our national culinary culture. 158 more words

Gastronomy

Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are

The ancient cultures who built the great pyramids, who developed tremendous civilizations, who possessed knowledge and technologies that even today we are unable to understand, all appreciated energy derived from food. 90 more words

Gastronomy