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Vegetarian Surfers Paradise Dining – Zambrero

  There are a couple of chains around the Gold Coast that do Mexican style food, of these, my pick is Zambrero.  No only is the food delicious but for every meal you buy, someone in need also gets a meal – its a win-win.  The sign in the store on Wednesday when I went, … Continue reading

Delta meals from LAX to Sydney – OMG it was worse than awful!

You may remember a few weeks back I blogged about the amazing meals on Virgin from Brisbane to LAX.  So on our way home, we were on Delta flights from Orlando via LAX to Sydney (Delta is codeshare with Virgin). Now I am not sure if it was just wishful thinking, but for some stupid reason I … Continue reading

On the hunt for decent food – Burger King – Kissimmee, Florida

Oh boy! Was I excited to get to go to Burger King and order their Veggie Burger.  The thrill of being able to go to a fast food joint and order straight off the menu – woo hoo! So a Veggie Burger combo including fries and a drink it was.    Cost around $US6. The patty … Continue reading

On the hunt for decent food – Taco Bell – Kissimmee, Florida

There are two things I miss as a vegetarian, one is having a choice on a regular restaurant menu “the vegetarian option”…  its not an option if there is only one thing to pick.  The second is being able to get fast food.  While I like to eat healthily most of the time, some days … Continue reading

On the hunt for decent food – Cici’s Pizza – Kissimmee, Florida

Another place we dined while at Walt Disney World in Florida was Cici’s Pizza. There are a number of these scattered around the area and we went to one in Kissimmee on 192. They do takeaway pizza’s and also a dine in buffet.  We did the buffet.  First up, pricing – adults $6.99 and I … Continue reading

On the hunt for decent food – Sweet Tomatoes – Kissimmee, Florida

One of our favourite places to eat when we are in the USA is Sweet Tomatoes, also known in some states as Souplantation.  We have found Sweet Tomatoes in both California and Florida, and often its our “go to” restaurant of choice as vegetarians.  We have rarely been impressed by vegetarian offerings in other restaurants … Continue reading

Virgin Australia meals from Brisbane to LAX

Airline meals can be the difference of a great or mediocre flight.  I’ve written previously of our experiences with Air New Zealand and Qantas.   But without further ado, Virgin Australia…   For this journey, we had 8 of us including 3 children and 2 vegetarians.  Virgin Australia offers a number of special meal choices and I … Continue reading

On the hunt for decent takeaways – Chopsticks – Fendalton, Christchurch

Many years ago we lived in the suburb of Bryndwr and regularly visited Chopsticks a Chinese restaurant specialising in Chinese and Malaysian style food. It was always very popular and arrived just as more traditional ethnic foods were starting to become popular. If you are wondering where it’s located, its in the Fendalton Village Mall on … Continue reading

And this week’s dining in Upper Hutt, Wellington

Upper Hutt, Wellington – jewel of the north, or maybe not.  But what it lacks in entertainment and culture, it makes up for in Indian restaurants.  There were about half a dozen that I saw, some doing Chinese or Malay style cuisine as well. A short few days away from home for work to this … Continue reading

On the hunt for decent takeaways – Yummy – Upper Riccarton, Christchurch

For a while now (years if I’m honest) we have been whining about the lack of takeaway options in the neighbourhood.  Our favourite fish’n’chip shop which used to do great vegetarian burgers closed  post quake as the building was demolished.   But for some reason we always seem to over look the Upper Riccarton shopping area, … Continue reading

Disney Cruise Line – Soups & Salads

This is the last in my series about Disney Cruise Line food (for now at least).  Don’t forget to check out my other posts about Desserts, Sweets and chocolate, Vegetarian Dining, Sundaes and Creme Brûlées and Sweet Temptations Desserts.  Don’t ask me why they are mostly about desserts – that would be a stupid question. Onto the … Continue reading

Queenstown – and more about food.

Monday I went to Caribe Latin Kitchen in the pedestrian mall which I’d spotted last week and thought looked interesting.  A great mix of Mexican, Brazilian and other South American foods.  They have a bunch of vegetarian and gluten free options.  I went for the Vegetarian Burrito. This was around $14 and was huge!   This … Continue reading

Queenstown – this week I have been mostly eating…

Monday was such a warm, still day that it seemed crazy to sit inside to eat. So I settled on going to the mall and getting sushi from the foodcourt.  Then off to sit on the beach beside Lake Wakatipu. I got an Inari, a Teriyaki Tofu thing, a vegetarian roll and an avocado roll. … Continue reading

Disney Cruise Line – Food, glorious food

Although I’m vegetarian, my Mum isn’t so thats why some of the meals in the photos below contain meat. The last 3 photos are meals from the Children’s menu.  Although we don’t cruise with children, Mum occassionally orders off the children’s menu if nothing appeals on the main menu. Dining tip 1 – the buffalo fries … Continue reading

Queenstown Vegetarian dining … just for a change, curry …

So this week in Queenstown for my first dinner on Monday night I picked Bombay Palace. They have locations in Queenstown, Frankton, Wanaka and Invercargill. The menu is fairly extensive so from the vegetarian selections I chose the Kadhai Paneer (Fresh home-made cheese cooked with onions, tomatoes, capsicums and green chilli in a thick sauce) with an Aloo … Continue reading

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