Chilling out at CT Coffee & Coconuts, Amsterdam

Amsterdam is so chill, you can throw a juice box in the air and it’ll fall down as a popsicle stick. Har. No, seriously. It’s really one of the most laidback cities in the world, and those special hemp brownies ain’t got nothing to do with it. The collective vibe from…

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Pizza and Pasta at Hai Cenato, Victoria

There was a time when I found London Victoria dreadful, particularly when the daily commute gets rather frustrating due to overcrowding. And for the travel hub that it is, there wasn’t much. Thank heavens, Nova Food finally came into fruition and now this armpit of a stop has become a…

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First dates in Bala Baya, Southwark

So here’s the thing about most of us bloggers: we probs feel like we’ve known each other for yonks even if we’ve never met. Through social media accounts (are we friends on Insty yet, btw), we basically know things about each other – from trivialities like last thing we ate…

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Four Degree, the new Japanese kid in town

There’s a new Japanese restaurant south of the river. Four Degree recently opened in St George’s Wharf and I’ve seen and read good things about it on social media. I wanted to love it. But did I? A “Japanese restaurant with a European twist”, the place comes across as a…

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Amsterdam Eats: Serre, Hotel Okura

Amsterdam’s Hotel Okura is home to some Michelin-starred restaurants including Ciel Bleu on the 23rd floor (which has the most amazing views of the city), Yamazato (kaiseki), and Sazanka (teppanyaki). However, it’s their Bib Gourmand awardee, Serre, that really captured my curiosity. This informal fine-dining venue is located on the ground…

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