If you’re looking to get away from the Danish food, and want something Japanese, this Izakaya-style restaurant located in Copenhagen’s Vesterbro district is absolutely amazing. It is on the more expensive side, but totally worth the price for the experience. Furthermore, because this is Denmark, and they’re located so close to the sea, the fish… Continue reading Jah Izakaya & Sake Bar: A Japanese Izakaya-style restaurant in Vesterbro
This little location is an absolute gem—and probably every tourist’s dream! The waterfront houses are originals from the 17th and 18th centuries, and they continue to be painted in bold and beautiful colors. Hans Christian Anderson used to live in some of these, as I mentioned in my earlier travel guide, here. Today Nyhaven is… Continue reading Nyhavn
Six reasons why Copenhagen is not for hard-of-hearing individuals
The Torvehallerne is a foodhalken—or a food hall—as I mentioned in my earlier guide to Copenhagen (can be found here). This is a great place to buy lunch, grab coffee, and do your groceries. During the five day stay in Copenhagen, we came here at least three times to eat and explore, and the food… Continue reading Torvehallerne
A Tel Avivian restaurant that makes you consider eating tasty, meatless burgers, but it is way too noisy for a hard-of-hearing individual and their company.
Hilton advertises accessibility rooms in its hotel in Midtown Manhattan, but they’re not really all that accessible.
Ippudo is a great and popular ramen place with amazing flavors, and a good vibe, but as one of the most popular ramen restaurants, it completely fails in the noise department and is not a hard-of-hearing friendly place
Gosciniec, a chain of restaurants serving Polish food, is not hard of hearing friendly, but it serves good dishes for a cheaper price than its competitor.
A review of Zapiecek, a pierogarnia in Warsaw, Poland.
A review of a not-so- hard of hearing friendly cafe, by the name of Green Caffee Nero in Warsaw, Poland