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Gustatory tourism

Gustatory tourism

Shrimp in garlic sauce, buttery, smooth, sweet - heaven in other words. Lisbon, Portugal.

Gustatory tourism

Sfogliatelle, also known as the “lobster tail” in English, is a widely eaten Italian pastry; this particular one had lemon-ricotta filling.

Gustatory tourism

A decadent Lemon Tiramisu foregrounding the streets of Positano, one of the picturesque towns of the magnificent Amalfi Coast.

Gustatory tourism

Catch of the Day with couscous-pepper salad as the side. Lisbon, Portugal.

Gustatory tourism

Pudim Abade, a Portuguese pudding flavoured with cinnamon and citrus fruit, firm and velvety all the way through.

Gustatory tourism

Queijada,a small Portuguese cheese cake with a slightly pungent flavor, topped with nuts and berry sauce.

Gustatory tourism

Baked egg yolk dessert, boiled lightly in sugar syrup; Sintra, Portugal.

Gustatory tourism

Pastéis de nata, the most known and popular Portuguese tart was created by the monks at the Jerónimos Monastery of Belém.

Gustatory tourism

Pizza Napoli; margarita sauce, basil, parmesan, topped with fresh anchovy, made in a brick oven. Florence, Italy

Gustatory tourism

Burrata antipasti with anchovy and creamy pesto. Rome, Italy

Gustatory tourism

Seafood Tagliatelle. The freshness of this homemade pasta gave a severecompetition to the freshness of those prawns.

Gustatory tourism

Portugese Octopus Salad with extra virgin olive oil.

Gustatory tourism

Clams in butter-garlic sauce from Ramiro, one of the most popular seafood restaurants in Lisbon.

Gustatory tourism

Gnocchi with asparagus in parmesan-pomodorosauce. Rome, Italy

Gustatory tourism

Grilled fish and potatoes with Venetian seasoning.

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