Travel highlights

People who know me well have asked what our favorite food finds were on our trip to Budapest, Prague, and Vilnius.  Some people go to museums, we go to restaurants.  I think Joseph and I agree that the best thing we had on the entire trip was probably the Parmentier de lapin a la moutarde (rabbit with mustard sauce) he ordered at Le Florimond in Paris during our layover to Budapest. We were pretty excited when we asked for sparking wine and the waiter responded with gusto, “Only  Champagne!”  Yes, please!  And of course the chocolate croissant that I got in Paris was also pretty fantastic in way that only pure butter and chocolate can be.

rabbit stew

Other highlights (from our main destinations!) included chicken paprika in Budapest; some amazing red cabbage (made with beets), a hunk of pork (I think it was the whole leg…) that Joseph ordered and (my personal favorite!) beef Goulash served in a bread bowl in Prague; and chilled beet soup with a shocking pink color and an amazing chocolate mousse in Lithuania.

duck and red cabbage (Prague) pork leg (Prague) beet soup chocolate mousse

goulash

The beer in all the cities was amazing, and always cheaper than water.  One of my favorite finds was a beer cellar, Bambalyne, in Old Town Vilnius. We bought 3 different varieties and enjoyed them in a nearby park with some yummy, garlicky cheese.

beer cellar

beer in the park

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