It’s a warm Sunday afternoon – one of the few we’ve had this summer. Sunlight is streaking through the windows and bounces off the white walls of a simply decorated room. Chairs are filled with relaxed bodies and animated faces. The hum of convivial… Continue Reading →
Dear Tyler Florence, Though my visit was almost a year ago, the memory of your popovers lingers in my mind. They are fantastic; light, but so flavourful. I was very sad that I wasn’t able to fit another bite of anything in…. Continue Reading →
Stopped by for drinks after work last week. And while I had only a drink and a snack, there were some really good things happening here. The space is great. Comfortable with clean lines, and I especially loved that library nook. The… Continue Reading →
Barcelona, Spain. It’s Sunday and most places are closed. Luckily, it doesn’t mean you can’t eat well. Suculent, not far from La Rambla, is a fantastic tapas place. Simple dishes so rich in flavour. Highly recommended, Sunday or not!
Pretty much ate the whole menu a few weeks back at Hudson Kitchen. While there are those obvious Filipino influences that were already on the menu, I see a lot of Spanish strokes that Chef Robbie Hollija has applied since we came back… Continue Reading →
A recent and first visit to the newly opened Little Sister. Great first impression. Both flavours and spicing were kicky and present in the dishes ordered. Also of note: really enjoyed their Ubud Hangout cocktail. Refreshing with a zing. Will surely return – and… Continue Reading →
It’s rare that I feel more strongly about the decor than I do about the food, but at Colette Grand Cafe this is true. The space reminds of a home. A really, really, nicely appointed home.
Japanese and Peruvian is a mix that’s relatively unexplored. Not only are they separated by language and geography, but the bright acidic flavours of Peru are seemingly in conflict with the more subtle notes of Japanese cooking. How to achieve… Continue Reading →
Under a smoke-filled cloche, one of our first nibbles landed on the table. Lifting the glass dome with a flourish, our waiter presented the dish: calçots confit. Calçots – a very Catalonian scallion – is traditionally grilled and eaten with romesco sauce. Here, they’ve… Continue Reading →
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