美食大三通 @三立

 

詹姆士搭乘荷蘭航空,從台北直飛歐洲荷蘭,再從荷蘭飛到法國的波爾多,中間只轉機一次真的太方便了!!!

 

另外來到法國波爾多才發現,原來法國人吃東西沒有那麼拘謹

不用花到三四個小時才吃完一道菜

詹姆士更意外發現一間可以媲美變形金剛的壁爐餐廳

無論是炒 煎 煮  炸  烤, 完全沒問題

但是沒想到這裡竟然有一個傳統料理,竟然號稱是海中怪物

重點是   誰都猜不到,原來那麼美味

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另外法國天氣實在太寒冷

導遊受不了詹姆士和廚餘小組的苦苦哀求

終於把自己秘密的祛寒美食公佈出來

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一上桌就是半個輪胎大的起士擺在面前

還有另類的油炸火鍋

光是看到這個誠意,

就讓在異鄉的大家  差點落淚阿!!!

 

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