My Ideal Travel Menu

I was recently nominated to partake in the “Ideal Travel Menu”.  So firstly, thank you to https://acleggabroad.wordpress.com/ for inviting me to this interesting competition.

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This competition is being hosted by Celebrity cruises, and more information can be found in the following website:

http://www.celebritycruises.co.uk/life-on-board/dining/taste-of-travel.aspx

Per the terms and condition, only citizens of UK & Ireland can participate in this competition, which means my entry won’t be accepted =(.

But that’s not going to stop me.  I think it’s still going to be fun, thinking of my “ideal Travel Menu”.  So let’s do this!

Appetizers

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This first one is tough.  On the top of my head I can think of many appetizers that have blown my mind.  But I guess I need to choose one.  And if I have to choose one, it has to be the Pan Fried Dumplings being offered at Xiao Yang restaurant, located in Shanghai.  The secret to this delicious dumpling is that the soup is still inside, therefore you have to be careful while eating it!  Once in your mouth, there is this awesome mixture of soup and pork and the dumpling skin.  Yum.

http://munkytravels.com/2014/07/01/what-i-ate-in-shanghai-%E5%B0%8F%E6%9D%A8%E7%94%9F%E7%85%8E/

Main Meal

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Glenmore’s Burger.  I am an avid burger lover so it should be no surprise to anyone that this will be on my list.  The burger at Glenmore’s Hotel is simply one of the best burgers I have ever eaten.  With the Sydney Opera House situated in the background, this is the perfect hangout for friends and family!

Click on the below link for my previous post about this burger:

http://munkytravels.com/2014/08/11/what-i-ate-in-sydney-glenmores/

Desert

Droolz.  My favorite desert is by far the Warm Skillet Cookie and Cream Brownie dish at Beef and Liberty.  Beef and Liberty is a Michelin restaurant in Hong Kong, famous for their burgers.  But in my opinion, it’s the desert that takes the win.  Fresh baked brownie drowned in white delicious yummy cream.  Gosh I need to get a slice now.

Click on the below link for my previous post about this desert:

http://munkytravels.com/2014/09/15/what-i-ate-in-hong-kong-beef-and-liberty/

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