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Many moons ago at the Armes de Champagne, L'Epine
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Street food in Bangkok, grasshoppers and stuff like that.

Didn’t taste great.
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Weirdest meal was in Olde Hansa in Tallinn

1) Spoken to in a Medieval Times setting
2) Main course included Wild Boar, Bear and Elk in some sort of a platter.
3) Was absolutely horrendous.

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Bacon and cabbage
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Sounds amazing, I would love to win!

My favorite meal ever was in Seville... I was dating a Spanish chef and he brought me here where he had worked.

It was Restaurante Oriza and served Basque-Andalusian fusion food. The restaurant is in an old mansion from the 1920's and the food was just to die for. As Miguel had worked there we got to visit the kitchen and meet the head chef before eating. It was such an amazing experience.
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Once went on a date with a girl in town to a restaurant not far from you guys on wicklow street, ordered dinner and drinks etc only to find out i had left my wallet at home when the bill arrived, disaster
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Early 90s, after dancing the night away in Leggs or Buck Whaleys, we'd head to The Manhattan for cooked full Irish breakfast with lashings of toast and a mug of coffee.
Best mornings ever, food never tasted so good.
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I've tried a fair few "unusual" food items.kangaroo and their testicles, wild boar,snails,frogs legs and many more.

Oddly enough the only one I ever couldn't eat was Kudu. I may not have liked the rest but the Kudu just tasted awful and I couldn't manage to swallow it. It was a meal on the V&A waterfront in cape town and while I tried to be creative it fell flat!
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