Sampling the world, one bite at a time.
An Omnivore Abroad is dedicated to chronicling food-inspired travel experiences from around the globe. From Michelin-star restaurants to local neighborhood joints, I’m trying the multitude of flavors the world has to offer and share them with fellow travelers and foodies.
Meals to remember
I had the best solo dining experience of my life at Pujol, #12 on the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants.
When thinking of Scottish food, you think haggis. But the food scene in Edinburgh has so much more to offer.
Is it “American” food? New York American, or comfort food American? Is the cuisine Asian, or “Asian-inspired”? And what about that fried chicken?
Of all the Michelin-star restaurants in Budapest, Borkonyha Winekitchen is a good place to start.
A few of my favorite cheap eats in London that fit a grad student’s budget.
After you’ve seen Buckingham Palace and eaten fish & chips, where do you go on a second or third visit to London?
You can’t beat Buck a Shuck weekday happy hour at The White Horse in Edinburgh, where the oysters are a crowning achievement.
London for Foodies:
An Eater’s Guide for First-Time Visitors
Check out the article I wrote for The Culinary Travel Guide about the London food scene!
Dining in and around San Diego
Is it as innovative as Malarkey envisioned, or just trying too hard?
The 10-course Flavors of Christmas menu at Wine Vault & Bistro is a perfect way to ring in the holidays.
The geometric chicken on their logo says it all: this is a place that understands fried chicken.