We’ve been to Korea three times in over four years and have tried many tasty dishes, the best and most interesting of which are listed in this Korean food guide. If you’re visiting Korea and want to experience as wide a range of Korean food as possible, then this article will be of use to you.
Are you an adventurous eater? These articles contain information about unconventional, out-of-the-ordinary dining experiences around the world.
Opened in 2015, La Tasqueria de Javi Estevez features offal as the star ingredient. Chef Estevez hopes to reignite the people’s passion for offal by presenting it in an elegant, fun, and more modern way.
Pai Karen Village Foraging Adventure: A Once-In-A-Lifetime Experience with A Chef’s Tour in Northern Thailand
I’ll be honest, this foraging adventure isn’t for everyone. It’s rough, it’s tough, the food will challenge you and the accommodations may make you uncomfortable, but it’s one of the most memorable things I’ve ever done in my life and I’m grateful to have experienced it.
Exploring Chiang Rai, Thailand: On Temples, a Golden Clock Tower, and Dancing Shrimp at the Night Bazaar
Major attractions like Wat Rong Khun and Baan Dam Museum are located outside of the city, but there are a few lesser known temples you can visit within the city’s limits. They aren’t as spectacular as the White Temple but they do make for a pleasant few hours of temple hopping without the distraction of crowds.
Outside of seeing the cherry blossoms, eating sannakji or “live” octopus was the one thing I was most excited about on this trip. I couldn’t wait to try it.
If you ever visit Siem Reap, then I suggest you try this just once for the experience.
Having heard so much about the unconventional offerings at Balaw Balaw like soup no. 5, uok, and kamaro…
Interesting food, fine wine, and a killer view to match. Not a bad way to spend your birthday eh?
They resemble worms but are actually saltwater clams with very small shells. Sometimes referred to as “termites of the sea”, they’re notorious for boring into and feasting on rotting wood submerged in sea water, such as dead mangrove roots, piers, even wooden ships.