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    Hubert

    Bucket list item # 2810 eat at Hubert Sydney, Australia Every once in a while, I throw in the towel and put zero effort into taking photos of a bucket list check. Sorry, guys! We went to Hubert for our anniversary and I just couldn’t be bothered with bringing my camera, especially considering the fact that the place was so darn dark. It seemed like a battle I wasn’t willing to fight. That doesn’t mean I don’t want to talk about it though! Hubert is a French restaurant in Sydney with all the ambiance. Its low lighting is reminiscent of candles and the wafting music is just loud enough to…

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    La Degustation

    Bucket List Item #753 – eat @ La Degustation Prague, Czech Republic   Dear La Degustation, I have to thank you for broadening my horizons. You made me like cauliflower. Sincerely yours, always and forever, Lynzi Seriously though, I’m pretty sure I still hate cauliflower unless La Degustation makes it. I’ve been continually attempting to eat cauliflower since this day and it always sucks. I keep ordering it at nice restaurants and moments later wanting to slap a chef. I once ordered a cauliflower foam soup from a Bib Gourmand restaurant in Vienna that was appalling.  I wanted to grab them by the ear and drag them across the border…

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    Hiša Franko

    Bucket List Item #188 – Eat at Hiša Franko Kobarid, Slovenia   I was the most excited for this bucket list check out of all the things we did in Slovenia and it was even better than expected. In case you aren’t familiar with the restaurant, Hiša Franko is run by Ana Ros and her husband Walter. Ana was named the best female chef in the world (you heard that right, THE WORLD) for 2017 and Walter is a wildly talented sommelier and cheese connoisseur. The two are married and are some sort of culinary powerhouse couple. I’ve been wanting to go to this restaurant for years, so when we were…

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    Tchaikovsky

    Bucket listen item #148 – eat at Tchaikovsky Tallinn, Estonia If you’re a friend of mine you probably already know that Tallinn is literally my favorite city in the world for a multitude of reasons, one of which being the food scene. I could name an endless list of restaurants I loved there, not to mention some of the brilliant and experimental things I ate.  Tchaikovsky was one of my favorites there, albeit it’s more of a classic dining experience. I mean, insanely fancy, French Michelin star style dining, but actually affordable thanks to the fact that it’s in Estonia. I’m not saying it’s cheap, but we spent about $100…