The Darling Oyster Bar Charleston! When I was planning this odyssey, there were a few absolutely key stops on my itinerary and Charleston was one of them. I had been regaled for years and by many sources about how good the restaurants were in this South Carolina city. I had to find out for myself. …

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Old Ebbitt Grill I don’t usually submit myself to massive doses of tourist restaurant but having spent the morning wandering around the hugely impressive monuments of DC I was glad that I’d booked lunch at the Old Ebbitt Grill. DC’s oldest restaurant, it’s bang in the middle of both tourist land and the seat of …

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Siren

Siren Without planning it to be like this, my time in DC turned into a little Michelin vignette with dinner each evening of my three night stay at a one star place.After truly stellar stuff at Bresca, my middle night was spent at Siren, a seafood restaurant within The Darcy hotel from chefs Robert Wiedmaier …

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Oviedo Having dined in highly disappointing fashion at much-vaunted Tegui the night before – I will spare you the details – I was keen for my final dinner in the city to be somewhere pretty simple and welcoming. I went against convention by choosing a seafood place, Oviedo, on Beruti. Prior to that I went …

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La Calma Having done such a splendid job in recommending Les Dix Vins, I decided once more to put my faith in regular guest quester Frances’ recommendations with a lunchtime visit to La Calma. A seafood specialist, I was keen to see what they had on offer. While Santiago is inland, it’s not far from …

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