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Imara Doesn’t Cook Ultimate Food Guide
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Imara Doesn’t Cook Ultimate Food Guide

The three best destinations, finest eateries and delicious desserts! Read all about Imara Hashwani’s exquisite food tasting as she travels the globe to give you the inside scoop to all things mouthwatering! From party central Vegas to romance driven Paris and the land of poutine, Montreal; this food blogger has got you covered! From the latest and greatest food finds, follow her instagram food blog Imara Doesn’t Cook and read all about her globe trotting food experience below! We are certain they will tickle your taste buds.


The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas is not your typical buffet by any means. This extravagant restaurant features 15 live cooking stations, offering over 120 dishes to choose from!  Among the assortment of sweet pastries, my favorite was the mini Oreo cheesecake topped with cream cheese frosting and a homemade Oreo cookie. After brunching hours, you can unwind and soak up some sun by the lavish poolside and jacuzzi at the Wynn Hotel.



Being one of the only three restaurants in the U.S that offer certified authentic Kobe beef, the world renowned SW Steakhouse at the Wynn Hotel is definitely one of my top choices for dinner. When it is time for dessert it only gets more exciting. Deep fried funnel cake tree served with fresh strawberries, caramel, chocolate and crème anglaise sauce!



Bistro during the day, night club by night, Terrasses Bonsecours is located in the heart of Old Port, Montreal. Open only during the summers, its captivating environment and delicious tapas menu makes it one of the best terraces in Montreal. No matter what hour it is, their hot running item is mini burgers served with Gruyere cheese, caramelized onions, dill pickles and a secret Terrasse Bonsecours sauce- juicy and flavorful!

After brunch hours taking a stroll through Old Port, exploring historic architecture, viewing the magnificent work of street artists and paddle boating are among my favorite things to do in this city.



Montreal is famous for poutine and one of the best places that almost always has an hour long wait to get this delicious dish, is La Banquise.  Located in the Plateau of Montreal, this famous restaurant has over 30 varieties of poutine on their menu. My favorite poutine is called La Taquise – crispy fries topped with guacamole, sour cream, tomatoes and smoked meat!



When in Paris make sure to stop by at Miss Ko, an Asian-French fusion cuisine restaurant. It’s ultra funky interior appeals to a younger crowd- but its food will appeal to all! From the feast I ordered, my favorites are rainbow mango sushi, crispy salmon cream sushi and tuna tartare served on a crispy flat bread!



After a long day of tourist activities, I like to rewind at Ralph’s. For a healthy meal I ordered their grilled salmon with vegetables and thoroughly enjoyed it. Even on chilly days I love to sit outside on the beautiful terrace and enjoy a cup of coffee and caramel popcorn.


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