5 Caribbean Desserts You Need to Try

Posted on: 16 August 2021

If you're like most people, you associate Caribbean cuisine with inventive craftsmanship, spicy flavors, and fresh, healthy ingredients from the land and sea. And you probably associate Caribbean desserts with traditional classics such as flan and tres leches cake. However, as tasty as these options are, the Caribbean culinary scene is a wide, varied landscape full of deliciousness that's well worth exploring.  The following are five desserts to look for on the sweet side of the menu at your favorite Caribbean restaurant. [Read More]

Tips For Ordering At An A La Carte Steakhouse

Posted on: 24 May 2021

While some steakhouses include side dishes with every meal, others serve their dishes a la carte. This basically means that you order each item separately from the menu. When you order a steak, you just get a steak. If you want sides or other dishes, you have to order them separately. This menu and ordering style is really great for diners who like to customize their meals, and for those who are picky and may not like certain pre-included sides. [Read More]

3 More Unique Cuisines Worth Trying At A Restaurant

Posted on: 5 February 2021

When you're about to go to a restaurant with friends, you may start tossing out ideas for cuisines, such as Italian and Chinese. These and other popular cuisines are delicious, but sometimes it's fun to get a little more adventurous. Here are three more unique cuisines that are worth trying at a restaurant. Peruvian Restaurants If you like big, bold flavors, then you're sure to have a good time at a Peruvian restaurant. [Read More]

7 Nigerian Dishes You Should Try

Posted on: 12 October 2020

Nigerian food is its own distinct genre, with a focus on using aromatic spices to create savory dishes. If you have never tried Nigerian food, and a new Nigerian restaurant has opened in your neighborhood, there are a few classic dishes you need to try in order to get a feel for this delicious cuisine. Dish #1: Pepper Soup Pepper soup is all about the spices, not the vegetable. It contains spices such as gbafilo, uda, Calabash nutmeg, and alligator pepper when it is made with authentic ingredients. [Read More]