I went to Paris in February for three days and had an amazing time. Although it wasn’t my first time in the City of Love, there’s just something so beautifully magical about this city- I can’t quite put my finger on it, but it’s definitely a place worth visiting whether you’re a glutton, a history buff, or a shopaholic, or all of the above! I hope this post inspires you if you’re planning a trip to this amazing city. Enjoy! Continue reading
I tend to keep my birthday celebrations relatively low-key (for the most part, I prefer small groups, great conversations and LOTS of food), but since I’m turning 21 this month I thought it would be nice to indulge in a bit of fine dining. Luckily for me, Clos Maggiore offers a surprisingly affordable pre-theatre menu in what was probably one of the most beautiful venues I’ve ever had the pleasure of eating in!
Over the weekend, a friend of mine came to visit, and we decided to pop over to Greenwich for a relaxing Sunday out, and to check out the food scene at Greenwich Market. After much deliberation, we decided to have lunch at La Ficelle, one of the market traders selling that day, and I’m happy to report that I had a deliciously simple, yet hearty meal!
Tucked away in a little corner in Bloomsbury, Konaki is a quaint, family-run Greek restaurant with a homely, warm atmosphere and delicious food. With its close proximity to the British Museum, is the ideal location for tourists (and locals!) who want a slice of Greek culture in London.
Last month, my family and I went to Macau for a short weekend break. However, instead of frequenting casinos and clubs,we planted ourselves onto very familiar territory- restaurants! Albergue 1601, a traditional Portuguese restaurant, was one of the places that we had the opportunity to visit, and I’m happy to report that I had a great meal here.
People who say that money doesn’t buy happiness obviously haven’t tried Gelupo before.
Duck & Waffle is one of those establishments that everyone seems to have heard of.