Hotel D’Alibert, Caunes-Minervois

Aug 12th, 2013 | By
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Hotel D’Alibert, Caunes-Minervois Sitting in the sleepy village of Caunes-Minervois is L’hotel d”Alibert. Of all the restaurants in France, that I’ve eaten, this is one of the most special. It’s not al about the food. The building and restaurant have been in the family since the 15th century, and the the owner, Frederick Guiraud, has
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Kermadec Restaurant Review

Jun 18th, 2012 | By
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Kermadec Restaurant Review It has been a while since I last ventured down to the viaduct to fine dine. It has been far too long, to be exact. I last visited Kermadec restaurant some 5 years ago. Well it’s that time of year when the tourists have gone home and too early in the week
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Roxy Restaurant Review Auckland City

May 31st, 2012 | By
Roxy restaurant review

Roxy Restaurant Review Auckland City Ah Roxy, reminds me of a lame English 70s band, and i don’t have the fondest memories. Fortunately tonight I will remember for a long time, and all for the right reasons. Roxy is an area of Auckland, formerly the red light district, that reminds me of Meatpacking district of
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Botswana Butchery Butchered Service

Apr 2nd, 2012 | By
Botswana Butchery Auckland City 99 Quay St (Auckland Ferry Building)

Botswana Butchery Auckland City Cin Cin on Quay (as it was once known) was something of an institution. A fine establishment in its day, but a little tired in the end – though the bar there was a decent place to have a glass of what-you-fancy while waiting for the ferry. Indeed the vaulted space
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Cibo Restaurant Parnell Auckland

Mar 28th, 2012 | By
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Cibo Restaurant Review Parnell, Auckland City. Restaurant food reviews are somewhat pointless and clinical. What really matters are the people that you share food memories with. The idea of eating alone and dissecting the food for technical merit defeats the social aspect of food, after all it’s supposed to be a means to an ends.
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