Another culinary trip around the world
With a funky setting, an alleged ramen and the assistance of Google Translate, our freelancer William Ayre entered a restaurant San José that felt like it was halfway across the world.
Read about Ayre’s culinary trip to Holiday. Don’t worry, they don’t ask you for your passport.
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