Malasadas are a delectable indulgence with a rich heritage in Portuguese cuisine. During the 19th century Portuguese laborers, predominantly from the Azores, migrated to Hawaii to work on plantations and brought the pastry with them.
Restaurant Paulo et Suzanne is a delightful eatery adorned with 1950s-inspired decor that exudes a distinct Québécois influence. The extensive menu and ingenious use of space provide a comprehensive dining experience worth indulging in.
In spite of its name and widespread recognition, French fries actually have their origins rooted in Belgium rather than France. I had the pleasure of savoring a plate of truly exceptional fries at the renowned Montreal establishment, Lafleur.