Dear hungry Turtles,
Easter has finally arrived, and admit it... some of you still secretly believe in the Easter Bunny and are getting ready for the "eat chocolate 'til your drop" challenge.
If you don't know that challenge, then we're sorry to say that you're probably healthy. And to make this news more bearable for you, we've put together a fantastic selection of foodie tips by our favourite users: their recommendations don't have the shape of an egg, but they are yummier than ever!
Enjoy and happy Easter!
1 - Restaurant Kadeau - Copenhagen, Denmark by @eveie.sangster
"The most mind-blowing culinary experience. The staff are all incredibly kind, inviting and knowledgeable. The restaurant is hidden behind a discreet door in a residential street - you’d never find it unless you knew about it. The menu is absolutely delicious and beautifully presented"
2 - BAO Fitzrovia - London, United Kingdom by @stefy23_4
"BAO London’s Taiwanese buns are just something sooo delicious !
Option to sit at the counter or at tables ...really cool atmosphere!"
3 - Acht&Dreissig - Berlin, Germany by @jotoader
"Great restaurant in the centre of Berlin, with amazing-looking dishes and great service. While vegan food is not on the menu, you can request a dish on the spot and the chef will make something just for you."
4 - Her Name is Han - New York, United States by @violettecassis
"Amazing place for Korean food. The brunch is delicious, and a great value for money! Try making a reservation beforehand as it tends to be packed"
5 - La Petite Ferme Lakeside Lodges - South Africa by @CamillaRose
" Wonderful spot for lunch, good food, wine and fabulous views. We went after on a hike in the Mont Rochelle nature reserve."
6 - Restaurant Xarciteria Valentín - Barcelona, Spain by @Lea
"Fantastic Catalan food in this small, cosy restaurant. The croquetas were 👌🏻 and so was the tuna steak. Definitely seems to be a locals’ spot. Perfect for a relaxed night out "
7 - Pellegrin Boutique Gourmet - Montevideo, Uruguay by @Toti
" The mini croissants with ham and cheese from Pellegrin and the small sized pastries (masitas) are to die for. This is something Uruguayans do extremely well. Not advisable for those on a diet though! So hard to resist the Dulce de leche treats..."
If you went to and liked those incredible restaurants, let us know by recommending them to your friends on the app!