During my time in Bonn I have been trying lots of restaurants and cafés, most of them thanks to our regular blogger meetups like the one recently at Mayras Café. By now I'm way more familiar with the gastronomy in Bonn than with the gastronomy in my own homeland, which is a bit of a pity. Therefor I was really glad when Anouk suggested to have dinner at a restaurant in Luxembourg city a few weeks ago. She had seen my post about the Peruvian restaurant in Bonn called Perú Deputamare in which I had written that I really liked the Peruvian food. That's why she suggested to go to the Restaurant Daïwelskichen which serves South American dishes. I had already checked out the menu card at home and was pleased to find lots of yummy salads and fish recipes. Funnily enough both Anouk and I were intrigued by the "Salade Salmón al Grill" and we both ordered it after Anouk had assured me that the servings were huge. And as you can see in the second picture they really were! A plate of salad? No, a bowl! And everybody who loves to order fish when eating out knows that the proportions of fish tend to be rather small but not here! We got two grilled salmon filets and a generous slice of smoked salmon in our salads. Unfortunately the service was a little slow but our waiter made up for it by being really chatty and by convincing me of ordering the best crème brûlée I ever ate! All in all it was a really funny evening in a nice location (in a hidden alley as you can see on the first picture) and even though I will have to get used to the prices in Luxembourg I can't wait to discover more gastronomic highlights of the city.
(picture by Anouk)
P.S.: If you don't want to wait for me to discover all the nice places I recommend checking back on Saturday where Anouk will present the 5 best places to eat out in Luxembourg city in a guest post on my blog!