Andé Restaurant 767 5th Avenue,
New York 10021, USA
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People want to know the ins and outs of something before they try it and so, it's no surprise people ask what is European food like. While we're all familiar with things like fish and chips or various kinds of pasta, there is a whole world of European foods. Remember that European food goes from Britain to Russia, that's a lot of dishes that could be on a menu.  If you're unsure as to what is European food is like, let's go over some of the differences and why there is not a totally clear cut answer. Remember though, reading about

Breakfast for dinner is more common than actually eating breakfast. While breakfast shouldn't be skipped, it's hard to whip up or find time to sit down to a plate of pancakes in the morning. That could be the reason so many people opt to eat breakfast for dinner, to enjoy what they couldn't at the start of the day.  Since it seems to be a thing we all do, let's solidify the practice of having breakfast for dinner by going over some reasons it's GOOD to do it! Don't take this as an encouragement for skipping breakfast, you should always eat

Ever thought about how were crepes invented or read over some fun facts about crepes? It's something to think about next time you're enjoying a plate of the French dish that has captivated so many over the centuries. It's actually pretty interesting how it happened and how it spread to other areas of Europe as well as the Mediterranean. If you've never heard the tale, let's go into it as well as talk about a few crepe history facts. You'll appreciate the dish so much more next time you're enjoying one. Where Do Crepes From? Henri Carpentier was a 14-year old assistant waiter

We are honored to be considered one of the best restaurants in Post Falls and take it as a sign that we're living up to our commitment to being the best breakfast in Post Falls as well. We take the history and lineage of European breakfast seriously and had hoped you would be able to taste it in every dish. Every time a new review comes in, whether a positive or a negative, we take it as seriously as we take our extensive European dishes.  We first opened as the "Old Country Waffles Cakes and Teas" in 1989 and soon found