Showing posts with label French. Show all posts
Showing posts with label French. Show all posts

Sunday, May 2, 2021

Crock Pot Duck Breast Recipe



Crock Pot Duck Breast


“Duck Peloquin” is a recipe I created to get the perfect sweet and savory combination for one of my favorite foods, duck. So many other recipes of mine require much more time to make. But this crock pot duck recipe takes about 15 minutes to prepare and cooks for 2.5 hours in the crock pot.

The end result is a versatile meal that can be plated or served as a stew.


The duck breasts can be replaced with other cuts of duck.


What makes the flavor of this recipe unique is the inclusion of molasses, dark beer such as Köstrizer, and liquid smoke. The use of green onion gives the dish a similar delicate flavor and texture as an Argentinian matambre de cerdo al verdeo, but using duck instead of pork.


“DUCK PELOQUIN”

  • SERVING SIZE: 2 servings
  • PREPARATION TIME: 15 minutes
  • COOKING TIME: 2-2.5 hours in Slow Cooker


INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 large duck breasts
  • 4 medium carrots (julienned)
  • 4 green onions (cup into 1/2 inch pieces)
  • 2 medium Fuji apples (cut into 1/2 inch slices)
  • 3 cloves cut garlic 
  • 2/3 cup dark beer (Köstritzer)
  • 1 tsp seasoned salt (for searing duck breasts)
  • 1 tbsp molasses 
  • 2 tsp orange zest
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp fresh black pepper
  • 1 tsp thyme
  • 1 tsp liquid smoke
  • 2 tablespoons butter


DIRECTIONS:

  1. Peel and julienne the carrots, cut green onions and peel and slice the apples.
  2. Place all ingredients except the duck breasts and seasoned salt in the bottom of the crock pot and set to high.
  3. Cover crock pot and cook vegetables for 1 hour
  4. Add seasoned salt to both sides of the duck breasts.
  5. In a hot buttered cast iron skillet, quickly brown both sides of the duck breasts on high in butter or oil.
  6. Place the ducks on top in the crock pot.
  7. Cover the crock pot.
  8. Cook for 30 minutes and then baste the duck breasts with the crock pot liquid.
  9. Cook on high for a total of 2-2.5 hours (with the duck for 0.75-1 hour of the total) until the fruit and vegetables are cooked through but no so tender that they disintegrate.
  10. For non-breast meat, include the boned duck meat in step 2.


SERVING:

Plate:

  • Remove duck breasts and slice into 1/2 inch strips.
  • Plate is the duck on top of green onions and apples.
  • Separate the carrots and serve on the side.
  • Serve with additional side of mashed potatoes or wild rice.
  • Top with chives.

Duck Breast Stew:

  • Remove the duck breasts and slice into 1/2 inch strips
  • Put half of the duck back into the crock pot and stir
  • Transfer the crock pot contents to a large serving bowl
  • Top with the remaining duck breast
  • Serve with potato dumplings, potatoes, or a crunchy baguette for dipping 
Duck Breast Stew


Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Home Cooking: Boeuf Bourguignon



Beef Burgundy is one of my favorite comfort foods. And I've found there is no better way to prepare it than in a slow cooker. The slow-cooking process keeps all the flavor in the meat resulting in a tender and succulent meat stew. Here is an easy recipe that requires a slow cooker and a single skillet or pan, which combines the flavors of tasty beef, bacon and vegetables. 

Slow Cooker Boeuf Bourguignon - Recipe


Beef Burgundy is one of my favorite comfort foods. And I've found there is no better way to prepare it than in a slow cooker. The slow-cooking process keeps all the flavor in the meat resulting in a tender and succulent meat stew.

Here is an easy recipe that requires a slow cooker and a single skillet or pan, which combines the flavors of tasty beef, bacon and vegetables.


Ingredients:

  • 1 lb. bacon (diced)
  • 3 pounds beef chuck roast cut into 1.5-inch cubes
  • 3 cups red Bordeaux wine
  • 2 large onions (sliced)
  • 3 medium carrots (diced)
  • 3 medium celery stalks (diced)
  • 2 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 1 tablespoon cut thyme
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 cup beef broth
  • 1 pound white button mushrooms (sliced)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • Rosemary branch
  • 1 tablespoon butter

Servings: 

  • 6


Instructions:


  1. Cut the bacon and put in a large pan/skillet over medium-high heat
  2. Cook the bacon until golden brown
  3. Cut the beef into 1.5 inch chunks and season with salt and pepper
  4. When the bacon is cooked, remove and place aside for later...saving some of the bacon fat in the pan/skillet.
  5. Cook the beef in the skillet with bacon fat until it is browned, roughly 2 minutes per side.
  6. Transfer the cooked beef to the slow cooker
  7. In the skillet, add 1/2 cup of red wine and bring to a simmer
  8. With some of the additional bacon fat, add the onions and salt to taste to the pan
  9. Cook the onions while constantly stirring until browned, for approximately 7 minutes
  10. Add the carrots and celery and cook for another 5 minutes
  11. Add the garlic and cook for 1 minute
  12. Transfer the cooked vegetables to the slow cooker
  13. Add butter to the pan along with the mushroom and salt to taste
  14. Add 1/4 red wine to the mushrooms and cook for approximately 8 minutes
  15. Remove the mushrooms and set aside
  16. In the slow cooker, add a teaspoon of salt, bay leaf, thyme, and beef broth
  17. Place the rosemary branch on top of the beef and vegetable mixture
  18. Cover the slow cooker and cook on low for 6 hours or until the beef is tender enough to be pulled apart with a fork.
  19. Add the bacon and mushrooms to the top of the beef and vegetables and cook until warm.
  20. Serve in bowls with a homemade roasted garlic smashed potatoes









Thursday, October 3, 2019

Le Bistrot in Santiago, Chile - Review




Santiago, Chile does not have an abundance of French cuisine, but for many years there has been one little gem that can meet the needs of any Francophile. Welcome to Le Bistrot.

Le Bistrot is seldom empty on a weekend as it shows off its indoor and covered outdoor seating areas in a setting that gives the feel of being in a bistrot in Marseille. Loud and full of energy, it's a perfect setting to dig into some French fare. 

The most popular dishes at Le Bistrot are the Magret de canard, Médallon de Palette de Boeuf confite au Porto, Moules marinières, as well as their various cheeses and foie gras.

For my visit, I opted for two of my favorites: escargot and boeuf bourguignon.


Escargot from Le Bistrot in Santiago, Chile


The escargot arrived in an escargot plate, but it was missing the primary reason to use such a plate as the food came without the shells. The sauce was thick with less butter than one usually finds, with large chunks of tasty garlic. While the food itself was good, the presentation without the shells did take away from the experience.



Boeuf Bourguignon from Le Bistrot in Santiago, Chile


I grew up eating boeuf bourguignon at home, so for me, I consider it comfort food. It's really something you can't do wrong as long as the meat itself is tender and the sauce has a savory pop to it. The boeuf bourguignon at Le Bistrot did not disappoint. The served temperature was too hot to eat, so I had to wait for it to cool down. But once I did, the taste blended perfectly with the truffle mashed potatoes it was served with.


The only issue I have with Le Bistrot is that being a French restaurant, it's important to serve French wines. Other than offering champagne, the bistrot offers only (2) French wine options...a single red and a white.

The meal itself delivered the balance I was looking for: simple, comforting food in a fun and enjoyable environment.

If you're looking for a change of pace in a warm and inviting environment, give Le Bistrot a visit.



Le Bistrot Restaurant Review Grades:

Atmosphere: A

Menu: B+

Food: B

Wine List: C










Le Bistrot - Menu









Le Bistrot Wine Menu




Friday, June 1, 2012

International Cuisine: Try a Country's Food on their National Holiday

I've found myself recently trying to find ways to incorporate more international flavors into my dining routine. And that's when I thought of trying to mix some good food with a little cultural learning. So it seemed so simple: put together a list of countries from around the world and include a national holiday they celebrate. I'd then try to sample some cuisine from some of these countries by keeping together a list by date. At that point, it seemed to make even more sense to just build out an entire calender on Google to share.

So here it is...

Here's a way to schedule some international food experiences. On a given countries national holiday, use it as an excuse to try a native recipe or head out to a restaurant featuring food from that nation. Below you will find a calender of different nations and their holidays.

To add this calender to your own calender, just follow the instructions from the Google icon at the bottom right corner of the calendar.




If anyone notices any holiday mistakes, please comment here.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Home Cookin': New Years in Santiago, Chile

When deciding on what to do for New Years, this year the plan was to cook at home and go out after dinner. And it proved to be the best decision.

To celebrate the holiday in my new home of Chile, we opted for some dishes with some Chilean flavor combined with some of my California and American styles.

Dinner consisted of a number of different items. And at midnight, I got to engage in the Chilean custom of drinking a Ponche a la Romana, a mixture of pineapple sorbet and champagne (see below)





Home Cookin': New Years 2012 - grilled vegetable skewers of zucchini, onion, yellow pepper and zappallo.


Home Cookin': New Years Dinner 2012: grilled chicken breasts in a mango and pisco marinade, served with a mango, green onion and lime chutney

Home Cookin': New Years Dinner 2012: sweet and spicy shrimp skewers. Grilled shrimp in a Merken and sweet BBQ sauce marinade and sauce

Home Cookin': New Years Dinner 2012: pan seared coconut scallops in a pineapple buerre blanc sauce

Home Cookin': New Years Dinner 2012: shrimp in a coconut and butter sauce

Home Cookin': New Years Dinner 2012: arroz navidad (rice with green onion, roasted pork, toasted almonds, dried apricot)

Home Cookin': New Years Dinner 2012:  Plated meal of coconut scallops in pineapple buerre blanc sauce, pico mango chicken (with mango, green onion, lime chutney), coconut butter shrimp, arroz navidad, grilled zappallo (with cinamon, butter and sugar), grilled vegetable skewers, shrimp skewers (in Merken and sweet BBQ sauce)

Home Cookin' New Years 2012 - raspberry cheesecake

Home Cookin': New Years Dinner 2012:
1: grilled prawns in a sweet and spicy BBQ Merken sauce 

2: pan seared coconut scallops in a pineapple buerre blanc sauce 
3: arroz de navidad ( rice with green onion, almonds, apricots, roasted pork) 
4: grilled chicken breast in a mango, green onion, lime juice chutney 
5: shrimp in a coconut butter sauce 
6: grilled vegetable skewers of zucchini, onion, yellow pepper with zapallo

Home Cookin' New Years 2012 - PONCHE A LA ROMANA (champagne with pineapple sorbet)

Home Cookin' New Years 2012 - PONCHE A LA ROMANA (champagne with pineapple sorbet)

Home Cookin' New Years 2012 - comfort breakfast food for New Years Day, french toast with smoked sausages and good ole. organic candian maple syrup

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Santiago, Chile in Food Photos

Upon returning to Argentina in July, it took only a few weeks before I had the travel bug again. The timing seemed perfect for a 10 day trip to Santiago to indulge in some of the high quality cuisine that is impossible to find in Buenos Aires. And that means seafood, seafood, seafood...and includes sushi. And German and French food in Buenos Aires is lacking while in Santiago, there are some great options.

So here's a photo recap of my July trip to Santiago...

Santiago


SURREAL:
Chicken in Pil-Pil sauce: Spicy, sizzling chicken in chili and garlic sauce from Surreal in Santiago, Chile.


SURREAL:
FryApalloza: version of fish and chips at Surreal in Santiago, Chile. Potato, sweet potato and yucca fries with fish.

SURREAL:
Sizzling shrimp al merken ( shrimp, garlic, olive oil) from Surreal, in Santiago, Chile.


AQUI ESTA COCO:
Patagonian scallops in a coconut saffron sauce with sautéed spinach at Aqui Esta Coco in Samtiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/07/seafood-from-aqui-de-coco-in-santiago.html


AQUI ESTA COCO:
Corvina (sea bass) with pulpo (octopus), squid and mussels with potatoes from Aqui Esta Coco in Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/07/seafood-from-aqui-de-coco-in-santiago.html

AQUI ESTA COCO:
One of the tastiest dishes I've had to date: grilled swordfish with the skin removed, served on top of butter Patagonian potato mash mixed with corn, peas, carrots, in a black butter sauce from Aqui Esta Coco in Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/07/seafood-from-aqui-de-coco-in-santiago.html


AQUI ESTA COCO:
Corvina with capers in a butter sauce with quinoa roma (basil, tomato) from Aqui Esta Coco in Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/07/seafood-from-aqui-de-coco-in-santiago.html


AQUI ESTA COCO:
Chocolatey bomb: rich chocolate cake with liquor icing, with chocolate helado and toasted candied macadamia nuts. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/07/seafood-from-aqui-de-coco-in-santiago.html

AQUI ESTA COCO:
Heaven: creamy coconut flan with whipped cream, candied Chilean hazelnuts and a sugary candied glass of pleasure from Aqui Esta Coco in Santiago, Chile. More athttp://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/07/seafood-from-aqui-de-coco-in-santiago.html

AQUI ESTA COCO:
Chestnut creme brulee from Aqui Esta Coco, Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/07/seafood-from-aqui-de-coco-in-santiago.html


LE BISTROT:
Filet de boeuf (sauce roquefort ou poivre noir) Filet mignon with rice and a roquefort sheese sauce from Le Bistrot in Providencia, Santiago, Chile. The French restaurant is currently ranked #1 in all of Santiago on the Tripadvisor reviews. (Filete de vacuno, salsa roquefort /  Filete de vacuno, salsa roquefort). More athttp://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/le-bistrot-excellent-french-dining-in.html


LE BISTROT:
Beef burgundy with rice from Le Bistrot in Providencia, Santiago, Chile. The French restaurant is currently ranked #1 in all of Santiago on the Tripadvisor reviews. (Boeuf bourguignon Estofado de vacuno en vino tinto). More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/le-bistrot-excellent-french-dining-in.html

LE BISTROT:
Classic escargot and garlic from Le Bistrot, in Santiago, Chile, currently ranked #1 overall restaurant in Santiago on Tripadvisor. [Escargots à l’alsacienne Caracoles al alsaciana (lleva ajo)]. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/le-bistrot-excellent-french-dining-in.html





DE TAPAS Y COPAS:
Tapas from De Tapas y Copas in Bellavista, Santiago, Chile. Right to left: Pixto (chicken and beef in red wine sauce), Gambas al ajillo (shrimp in garlic sauce), Salmon y Camembert. Check out their menu at http://www.detapasycopas.cl


DE TAPAS Y COPAS:
Tapas from De Tapas y Copas in Bellavista, Santiago, Chile. Photo is of "Tigres", 4 unidades de mejillones (choritos) apanados relienos con bechamel de jamon, huevo y los propios choritos. Check out their menu at http://www.detapasycopas.cl

LA HACIENDA:
Tortilla de Papas con Chorizo from La Hacienda Goucha in Santiago, Chile. Perfect blend of buttery soft potato chucks, egg, onion and spicy chorizo.



LA HACIENDA:
Mixto de Pulpo y Ostiones al Ajillo from La Hacienda Goucha in Santiago, Chile. Soft and tender octopus with oysters in a perfect sauce of roasted garlic, challots, olive oil and butter.



STARNBERG:
Pernil dorado with 2 bratwurst, spatzle, Starnberg sauce (mushroom  gravy) and a Kostritzer from Starnberg in Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/starnberg-german-food-in-santiago-chile.html


STARNBERG:
Roast pork loin with mashed potatoes from Starnberg, German restaurant in Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/starnberg-german-food-in-santiago-chile.html


STARNBERG:
Pernil dorado (roast pork shoulder) with spatzle and a mushroom cream sauce from Starnberg, German restaurant in Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/starnberg-german-food-in-santiago-chile.html

STARNBERG:
Starnberg in Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/starnberg-german-food-in-santiago-chile.html


STARNBERG:
A Kostritzer from Starnberg in Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/starnberg-german-food-in-santiago-chile.html


STARNBERG:
Starnberg in Santiago, Chile. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/starnberg-german-food-in-santiago-chile.html


ZABO:
ahi sashimi from Zabo sushi in Santiago, Chile



ZABO:
Perfect ahi hand roll from Zabo sushi in Santiago, Chile

ZABO:
Sushi from Zoba Sushi in Santiago, Chile. Hundreds of vodka drinks on the menu and something you don't see on Argentinian menus: high quality ahi tuna. Menu athttp://www.zabo.cl


ZABO:
Perfect ahi hand roll from Zabo sushi in Santiago, Chile

ZABO:
Gotta love the culture of mixing your own drinks: vodka and cranberry juice from Zabo in Santiago, Chile

ZABO:
Gotta love the culture of mixing your own drinks: vodka and cranberry juice from Zabo in Santiago, Chile


NIU SUSHI:
Pulpo roll (shrimp, avacado, rice, chives wrapped in tasty octopus) from Niu Sushi, Santiago, Chile.

LA PICCOLA ITALIA:
Congrio del nonne from La Piccola Italia in Santiago, Chile. Conger eel in a white wine sauce with a side of creamy rissoto.

LA PICCOLA ITALIA
Dessert time at La Piccola Italia in Santiago, Chile

Mote con huesillo: dried peaches in sweet and cinnamon nectar with wheat.



Thin crust pepperoni and onion pizza from Pizza Aniz in Providencia, Santiago, Chile.


CAFE LITERARIO:
Hot Chocolate from Cafe Literario, Parque Bustamante in Santiago, Chile.


YAMA SUSHI:
Ramen from Yama Sushi in Santiago, Chile.

Fish market at Vega Central, Santiago, Chile


Southern BBQ Pulled Pork Empanada. More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/southern-bbq-pulled-pork-empanadas.html


Shepard's Pie Empanada, More at http://www.foodsherpas.com/2011/08/southern-bbq-pulled-pork-empanadas.html








Want to see more? Check out the Santiago Food Photos page on Picasa

Want to explore more? Try the FoodSherpas.com
Food Photo Map of Santiago


Recent Comments

Featured Articles

For the past 4 years as an iPhone user, I've been using a number of apps to help avoid any culinary mistakes. I thought I'd share a few of these. Take a look and if you have any others to recommend, please do so!
Cities in Food Photos With each trip, you'll find a photo essay covering some of the culinary delights each city has to offer.

San Francisco Food Photos

Southern California Food Photos

Santiago Food Photos

New York Food Photos

Seattle Food Photos

Buenos Aires Food Photos

Recommend Food

Want to educate us on a type of food, a restaurant or a cuisine we've missed the boat on? Let us know!

Categories

🐂 ( 4 ) African ( 3 ) Airport Food ( 12 ) Alsace ( 1 ) American ( 72 ) Amherst ( 6 ) Argentina ( 49 ) Argentinian ( 1 ) Arica ( 22 ) Atlanta ( 2 ) Australian ( 1 ) Austria ( 1 ) Austrian ( 2 ) Bacon ( 1 ) Bacon and Shrimp Pasta ( 1 ) bacon jam ( 1 ) barbecue ( 3 ) Barcelona ( 44 ) BBQ ( 48 ) beef ( 3 ) Belgrade ( 4 ) Bison ( 1 ) Bol ( 4 ) Bosnia ( 6 ) Boston ( 6 ) Boulder ( 4 ) Brač ( 4 ) Brazilian ( 1 ) Breakfast ( 17 ) Budapest ( 7 ) Buenos Aires ( 41 ) Burgers ( 2 ) Butte ( 1 ) by Jason ( 230 ) by Jess ( 1 ) by Matt ( 588 ) Cajun ( 4 ) cali ( 1 ) California ( 14 ) Canada ( 1 ) Cape Cod ( 26 ) Caribbean ( 46 ) Cary ( 2 ) Casper ( 2 ) Catalonia ( 38 ) Chefs ( 1 ) Chicago ( 2 ) Chicken ( 1 ) Chile ( 204 ) Chile wine list ( 4 ) Chili ( 1 ) Chinese ( 31 ) Colorado ( 4 ) Connecticut ( 5 ) Creole ( 1 ) Croatia ( 126 ) Crock Pot ( 1 ) Deli ( 15 ) Dessert ( 22 ) Dim Sum ( 28 ) Drinks ( 3 ) Dubrovnik ( 5 ) Duck ( 1 ) Durham ( 1 ) Eastham ( 2 ) Elk ( 1 ) England ( 12 ) FacebookPages ( 11 ) Festivals ( 1 ) Fish ( 1 ) food ( 2 ) food photos ( 944 ) Food Trucks ( 1 ) FoodSherpas ( 5 ) foodspotting ( 2 ) France ( 1 ) French ( 10 ) Galician ( 4 ) Game Meat ( 1 ) Georgia ( 3 ) Georgian ( 1 ) German ( 17 ) Germany ( 1 ) Greece ( 3 ) Hamilton ( 6 ) Hartford ( 5 ) hermosa beach ( 3 ) Holiday Meals ( 2 ) Home Cookin' ( 24 ) Home Cooking ( 37 ) Houston ( 1 ) Hungarian ( 1 ) Hungary ( 7 ) IFTTT ( 76 ) Indian ( 11 ) Instagram ( 112 ) International Food day ( 1 ) Iowa ( 17 ) iowa city ( 15 ) Irish ( 1 ) Istanbul ( 10 ) Istria ( 3 ) Italian ( 73 ) Italy ( 14 ) Japanese ( 22 ) Jewish ( 7 ) Kenyan ( 2 ) Keto ( 1 ) Krakow ( 14 ) Krapinske Toplice ( 13 ) Lake Balaton ( 7 ) London ( 12 ) Los Angeles ( 37 ) Lunch ( 13 ) Maine ( 2 ) Manhattan Beach ( 2 ) Massachusetts ( 32 ) Mexican ( 2 ) Miami ( 9 ) Michelin Star ( 1 ) Montana ( 9 ) Montevideo ( 2 ) Munich ( 1 ) New England ( 4 ) New Hampshire ( 2 ) New Haven ( 1 ) New Jersey ( 4 ) New York ( 44 ) NJ ( 4 ) Noodles ( 1 ) North Carolina ( 8 ) Norway ( 13 ) Oktoberfest ( 1 ) Orleans ( 10 ) Oslo ( 13 ) Parrilla ( 8 ) Pasta ( 2 ) Patagonia ( 1 ) Peru ( 4 ) Peruvian ( 9 ) Philipino ( 2 ) Pittsburgh ( 1 ) Pizza ( 40 ) Poland ( 14 ) Polish ( 6 ) pubs ( 2 ) Raleigh ( 8 ) Ramen ( 3 ) Recipes ( 14 ) Redondo Beach ( 2 ) Resort ( 46 ) Resources ( 1 ) Reviews ( 2 ) Russian ( 3 ) Saint Lucia ( 46 ) salad ( 1 ) San Cugat del Valles ( 3 ) San Francisco ( 258 ) Sandwiches ( 5 ) Santa Barbara ( 3 ) Santa Monica ( 1 ) Santiago ( 162 ) Sarajevo ( 4 ) Seafood ( 169 ) Seattle ( 9 ) Serbia ( 4 ) Soups ( 2 ) Southern Food ( 2 ) Spain ( 43 ) Spanish ( 3 ) Split ( 9 ) Steak ( 35 ) Steakhouse ( 3 ) Stews ( 2 ) Strasbourg ( 1 ) Sushi ( 29 ) Syrian ( 2 ) Tacna ( 4 ) Taiwanese ( 3 ) Tapas ( 6 ) Texas ( 1 ) Thai ( 3 ) Thanksgiving ( 1 ) Thessaloniki ( 3 ) Toronto ( 1 ) Travel ( 38 ) Tumblr ( 49 ) Turkey ( 10 ) Uruguay ( 2 ) Varazdin ( 1 ) Vegetarian ( 6 ) Venice ( 14 ) Venison ( 1 ) Vienna ( 1 ) Vietnamese ( 6 ) Villa General Belgrano ( 1 ) Vina Del Mar ( 11 ) Viña del Mar ( 6 ) Washington D.C. ( 8 ) Wellfleet ( 3 ) Wild Boar ( 1 ) wine ( 2 ) wine list ( 1 ) Worst Restaurant ( 1 ) Wyoming ( 3 ) Xiao Long Bao ( 2 ) Yakitori ( 1 ) Zagreb ( 102 )