Shrimp in garlic sauce, buttery, smooth, sweet - heaven in other words. Lisbon, Portugal.
Sfogliatelle, also known as the “lobster tail” in English, is a widely eaten Italian pastry; this particular one had lemon-ricotta filling.
A decadent Lemon Tiramisu foregrounding the streets of Positano, one of the picturesque towns of the magnificent Amalfi Coast.
Pudim Abade, a Portuguese pudding flavoured with cinnamon and citrus fruit, firm and velvety all the way through.
Queijada,a small Portuguese cheese cake with a slightly pungent flavor, topped with nuts and berry sauce.
Pastéis de nata, the most known and popular Portuguese tart was created by the monks at the Jerónimos Monastery of Belém.
Pizza Napoli; margarita sauce, basil, parmesan, topped with fresh anchovy, made in a brick oven. Florence, Italy
Seafood Tagliatelle. The freshness of this homemade pasta gave a severecompetition to the freshness of those prawns.
Clams in butter-garlic sauce from Ramiro, one of the most popular seafood restaurants in Lisbon.