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Excerpt from dubrovnik-travel.net:

 

Gundulic Square, locally called Gundulićeva Poljana is a busy Dubrovnik’s square which is also the home of popular morning fruit and vegetable market.

 

It is located at the southern side of the Stradun, right behind Dubrovnik’s Cathedral, bordered by elegant buildings and numerous shops and restaurants.

 

The square is dominated by the monument of Dubrovnik’s well known 18th-century poet, Ivan Gundulić, sculptured by Ivan Rendić at the end of 19th century. On the monument’s pedestal, there are some bronze reliefs depicting the scenes from Osman – the Gundulic’s famous poem.

Grilled Squid by Itacho Sushi in Tampines Mall.

 

*Note: More food pics in my: Favorite Food Album.

Amphawa, 63km west of Bangkok, makes a popular day trip destination. It is home to a quaint floating market which cuts through Khlong (canal) Amphawa and a small community of vintage cafés, restaurants and wooden shop-houses selling artsy souvenirs, books and Thai sweets. Vendor boats park along the two canal banks, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodles’, rice porridge, even grilled squid and river prawns, to order. Here, long-tail boats leave at regular intervals for a two-hour scenic tour of the Mae Klong, dotted with stilt houses, fruit orchards and temples.

 

Besides the floating market, Amphawa’s picturesque riverside scenery, laid-back ambience reminiscent of a bygone era and a lineup of waterfront boutique guesthouses lie at the heart of its enduring popularity. For most visitors, a trip to Amphawa is a welcome break and an experience that often leads to repeat visits.

Amphawa, 63km west of Bangkok, makes a popular day trip destination. It is home to a quaint floating market which cuts through Khlong (canal) Amphawa and a small community of vintage cafés, restaurants and wooden shop-houses selling artsy souvenirs, books and Thai sweets. Vendor boats park along the two canal banks, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodles’, rice porridge, even grilled squid and river prawns, to order. Here, long-tail boats leave at regular intervals for a two-hour scenic tour of the Mae Klong, dotted with stilt houses, fruit orchards and temples.

Besides the floating market, Amphawa’s picturesque riverside scenery, laid-back ambience reminiscent of a bygone era and a lineup of waterfront boutique guesthouses lie at the heart of its enduring popularity. For most visitors, a trip to Amphawa is a welcome break and an experience that often leads to repeat visits.

Taken on Mar.11,2016

In Hanno near Tokyo

Chicken legs, meatballs, prawns, & uh, squid? Something with tentacles anyway.

a friend from the states recently paid a visit. he was craving for grilled food, specially squid, so that's what we had for lunch. here some images of our meal.

More or less, this is a reflective of "Fumizuki no Hassun", p. 52 of the book:

Small Japanese Taro with Uni and Hana-Sanayo,

Marinated egg yolk in white Miso,

Brook Shrimp,

Flowering Cucumber with Miso,

Edamame,

Grilled Squid with salted fish liver,

Anago (sea eel) wrapped in Kanpyo (gourd),

Eggplant,

Octopus roe

みちのく料理北畔本店 (May 27,2019)

my second day eating grilled squid!!

grilled squid with teriyaki sauce and spicy mayo

Grilled squid stuffed with chopped tomatoes onions

and green onions

Amphawa, 63km west of Bangkok, makes a popular day trip destination. It is home to a quaint floating market which cuts through Khlong (canal) Amphawa and a small community of vintage cafés, restaurants and wooden shop-houses selling artsy souvenirs, books and Thai sweets. Vendor boats park along the two canal banks, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodles’, rice porridge, even grilled squid and river prawns, to order. Here, long-tail boats leave at regular intervals for a two-hour scenic tour of the Mae Klong, dotted with stilt houses, fruit orchards and temples.

Besides the floating market, Amphawa’s picturesque riverside scenery, laid-back ambience reminiscent of a bygone era and a lineup of waterfront boutique guesthouses lie at the heart of its enduring popularity. For most visitors, a trip to Amphawa is a welcome break and an experience that often leads to repeat visits.

Tamsui Market District

New Taipei City

Taiwan

台灣 新北市 淡水區

2009.05.02

© Alton Thompson 唐博敦

 

Alton's Images

Grilled squid vendor is easy to find in Thailand especially in the night market. It tastes really good and really cheap. 3 squids for a buck. ^_^'

Contax G2+45mm F2+Cinestill50

Amphawa, 63km west of Bangkok, makes a popular day trip destination. It is home to a quaint floating market which cuts through Khlong (canal) Amphawa and a small community of vintage cafés, restaurants and wooden shop-houses selling artsy souvenirs, books and Thai sweets. Vendor boats park along the two canal banks, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodles’, rice porridge, even grilled squid and river prawns, to order. Here, long-tail boats leave at regular intervals for a two-hour scenic tour of the Mae Klong, dotted with stilt houses, fruit orchards and temples.

Besides the floating market, Amphawa’s picturesque riverside scenery, laid-back ambience reminiscent of a bygone era and a lineup of waterfront boutique guesthouses lie at the heart of its enduring popularity. For most visitors, a trip to Amphawa is a welcome break and an experience that often leads to repeat visits.

Amphawa, 63km west of Bangkok, makes a popular day trip destination. It is home to a quaint floating market which cuts through Khlong (canal) Amphawa and a small community of vintage cafés, restaurants and wooden shop-houses selling artsy souvenirs, books and Thai sweets. Vendor boats park along the two canal banks, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodles’, rice porridge, even grilled squid and river prawns, to order. Here, long-tail boats leave at regular intervals for a two-hour scenic tour of the Mae Klong, dotted with stilt houses, fruit orchards and temples.

Besides the floating market, Amphawa’s picturesque riverside scenery, laid-back ambience reminiscent of a bygone era and a lineup of waterfront boutique guesthouses lie at the heart of its enduring popularity. For most visitors, a trip to Amphawa is a welcome break and an experience that often leads to repeat visits.

Amphawa, 63km west of Bangkok, makes a popular day trip destination. It is home to a quaint floating market which cuts through Khlong (canal) Amphawa and a small community of vintage cafés, restaurants and wooden shop-houses selling artsy souvenirs, books and Thai sweets. Vendor boats park along the two canal banks, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodles’, rice porridge, even grilled squid and river prawns, to order. Here, long-tail boats leave at regular intervals for a two-hour scenic tour of the Mae Klong, dotted with stilt houses, fruit orchards and temples.

Besides the floating market, Amphawa’s picturesque riverside scenery, laid-back ambience reminiscent of a bygone era and a lineup of waterfront boutique guesthouses lie at the heart of its enduring popularity. For most visitors, a trip to Amphawa is a welcome break and an experience that often leads to repeat visits.

a friend from the states recently paid a visit. he was craving for grilled food, specially squid, so that's what we had for lunch. here some images of our meal. in this image is an eggplant omelette and grilled squid

Sen favorite dish! XD

Being an island, charcoal grilled seafood is one of the favorites on Enoshima. One can find many small diners serving grilled sazae ( turban shell), squid, oysters and not forgetting the always popular "yakitori" chicken on skewers.

 

You can find many restaurants along the main shopping street, leading up to some diners as you make your way up hill, and furthest along the top of the hill, some family run eateries.

 

We have managed to resist the temptations of the pungent aroma of grilled seafood along the way and finally gave in to this small and friendly stall.

 

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A vendor in the Ningxia Night Market of Taipei prepares grilled squid. So much good food to be had at the night markets if you dare to brave the crowds and the fact that the food is cooked in the street.

 

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Amphawa, 63km west of Bangkok, makes a popular day trip destination. It is home to a quaint floating market which cuts through Khlong (canal) Amphawa and a small community of vintage cafés, restaurants and wooden shop-houses selling artsy souvenirs, books and Thai sweets. Vendor boats park along the two canal banks, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodles’, rice porridge, even grilled squid and river prawns, to order. Here, long-tail boats leave at regular intervals for a two-hour scenic tour of the Mae Klong, dotted with stilt houses, fruit orchards and temples.

Besides the floating market, Amphawa’s picturesque riverside scenery, laid-back ambience reminiscent of a bygone era and a lineup of waterfront boutique guesthouses lie at the heart of its enduring popularity. For most visitors, a trip to Amphawa is a welcome break and an experience that often leads to repeat visits.

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Lulas Grelhadas (grilled squid), a simple but delicious dish served in Restaurante Barracão de Alfama, Rua de São Pedro 16, Alfama District, Lisbon.

Watch out for the black kites! They'll steal your ice cream and your grilled squid from out of your hands! Seen at Tojinbo Cliffs in Fukui Prefecture, Western Japan.

This week, my friends and I decided to bike from Cambie & Broadway all the way to Coquitlam. There is a nice Korean restaurant, Pocha Korea Bistro, which serves great Korean fried chicken. As we biked there, we took a small break on a bridge and the view of Highway 1 is amazing; traffic is passing by so fast that a long exposure shot would be ideal here.

 

At the end, we spent around 1 hours and 40 minutes to get to Coquitlam and we celebrated with a huge plate of fried chicken and grilled squid. It was a great night :)

 

Location: Burnaby, BC (Trans-Canada Highway)

It is very hot day in Indian Town (Pahurad), Bangkok. The food stall owner who sells grilled squids on the street near the very busy road. She has a lovely smile. She is very proud of her food, no bother about the hot weather at all.

At night the streets are filled with carts selling everything from fruit to grilled squid.

grilled whole squid with Fin's signature sauce

Italian spaghetti with grilled squids and pistachios

Taichung, Taiwan 台中 中社花市

Squid and shell fish at Don Hoi Lot Market stall Thailand

Aki Restaurant is an Izakaya-style Japanese restaurant that has been open in Vancouver since 1963.

Sadly it will be closed the day after tomorrow, and this grilled squid was one of our last dishes we ordered.

It's super yummy but Eric is afraid to eat it, haha.

 

Aki Restaurant, Downtown, Vancouver.

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