Craving a proper burrito or two? Then La Fiesta is your place to go. Tacos, enchiladas, burritos, various salads and other interesting dishes of the Tex-Mex and Mexican section of our cravings. I do recommend the lamb shoulder tacos, and the spicy chicken stuff. Delicious!
Maybe I still don't know the actual difference between all these wraps of the Mexican cuisine, but I know what I like and at La Fiesta, all of the dishes I tried so far are good. The portions are big and satisfying, also for big eaters and if you are vegetarian, then rest assured that all the dishes on the extensive menu can also be prepared as a veggie option.
Just imagine walking through the desert with a crow... wait no, walking through the city with a lizard rather. Or something. I am confused now. Well, just imagine you are hungry, thirsty and craving for a hearty burrito and a pitcher of sangria. Here is your dreamland, just do it!
Even this fellow here would approve!
|The issue of fake coffee in Vietnam|
Despite Vietnam having excellent conditions for growing great coffee, the premium suppliers are rare and street coffee often is not even real coffee. What is wrong here and what is right? Let us take a look.
Today I was craving for a dessert, but too lazy to go out. So I cooked myself up some grass jelly. Lovely!
|Phu Quoc Fish Sauce|
Fish sauce is one of the natural products Phu Quoc is really famous for.
|Less Accessible Hue Foods|
Here we have a selection of food we ate during our stay in Hue and Phu Loc. Most of the meals are home cooked though, so I excluded them from the food tour post.
|The Marvellous Foods of Hue|
Join us on a little food tour through Hue, where the best food of Vietnam originates from.
|My Coffee Adventure|
This is the beginning of My Coffee Adventure, where I dive into the world of the changing coffee market in Vietnam. Follow me on this journey from a quantity driven system to excellence of taste.