Osulloc – The tea house you can’t miss when in Korea

I really like the coffee culture in Korea, you can see cafes in almost every street there. I was in Seoul last month and I went to a different café every day. I love having a cup of coffee while I do nothing and just stare out of the window and look at the passer-bys outside. What separates Osulluc from the rest is they serve … Continue reading Osulloc – The tea house you can’t miss when in Korea

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Dinner at Francesco By Franck Muller, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

In Asia, it is not unusual to find fashion brand names to open cafes, such as Beige by Chanel in Tokyo; 1921 Gucci by Gucci in Shanghai; and Café Dior by Dior in Seoul. But it is the first time I have come across restaurant opened by watchmaker – Francesco by Franck Muller. My boyfriend and I went to this Japanese / Italian / French … Continue reading Dinner at Francesco By Franck Muller, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Place to eat after shopping at Le Bon Marché – Café Les Mouettes

I have discovered this tradition Parisian café after my frequent visit to my favorite department store, Le Bon Marché. Café Les Mouettes 130 Rue du Bac, 75007 Paris, France Sèvres – Babylone The name literally means “The seagulls cafe”. I am not sure if they specialize in fish and seafood, but I definitely had a really nicely grilled assorted fish salad. The price is quite reasonable in … Continue reading Place to eat after shopping at Le Bon Marché – Café Les Mouettes

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The oldest covered market in Paris with wide selection of food stalls| Marche des Enfants Rouges

Le Marché des Enfants Rouges was created in 1912 and is the oldest covered market in Paris. The marché is petit and covered in wooden roof in the area of Le Marais. Le Marché des Enfants Rouges means “Market of the Red Children”. Red children here refers to children dressed in red clothing as they are the uniform of the orphanage nearby. While there are lots of … Continue reading The oldest covered market in Paris with wide selection of food stalls| Marche des Enfants Rouges

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Baking for the lazy girls! Jus-roll Chocolate chip brioche

Look at this! Doesn’t they look legit? I got some of these Jus-roll chocolate chip brioche from Tesco the other day, because they are on offer. Check it out here. They are having a 2 for £3 promotion now. I picked a box of pain au chocolat and a box of chocolate chip brioche (see above). The yellow packaging is quite cute.   It’s the … Continue reading Baking for the lazy girls! Jus-roll Chocolate chip brioche

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Pan fried Pork shoulder on asparagus risotto

Tonight’s dinner – Pan fried British Pork shoulder on bed of asparagus risotto   We just moved into a spacious flat by the river in Newcastle! Although we don’t have much furniture yet we still struggle to move our belongings (including a table and a 40’ TV) up to our 3rd floor walk up. It’s been two days of walking back and forth non stop, … Continue reading Pan fried Pork shoulder on asparagus risotto

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Eating in Paris

So, after a day of shopping in Paris, we need to eat! Now Food! Of course you cannot visit Paris without trying their food. France is a gourmet country and there is good food everywhere. So here I would like to share with you this high end supermarket in the chicest department store – La grande Épicerie at Le Bon Marché! There, you can spend hours and hours and hours if you like eating, drinking and cooking! I rented an apartment in Paris when I visited there near montmartre, so I cooked quite often in there and so I bought a lot of food! From yoghurt to juice, to steak and seafood, there are just endless options to choose from.

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