In Berlin I was staying at Max Brown Ku’Damm (I should write about that, it’s a real nice place. Pricey, but nice) and they had an adjoining brunch bar called Benedict. This place was an all day affair and it was always packed. I’m talking PACKED. […]
One kiwi's food-based adventures across London & the world
Ohayōgozaimasu! Here’s a food combination that we don’t see so often: Japanese and Brunch. At the very popular House of Small Wonder rice bowls and scrambled eggs unite to deliver a flavour packed start to your day in a gorgeous, leafy setting.
One of the most humble and unique dining experiences I’ve had this year! Mabuhay Indonesian Restaurant in Berlin was a place I know very little about, but became a place I wanted to know a lot more about. Such good food at a low price, […]
I headed to two cities in the North of Germany: Bremen and Hamburg. It’s a cheap destination from here in London, but still packs a busy itinerary with plenty to see. There’s the churches, the parks, the classic German food and of course, the people. […]
Time for another burger review! On this weekend I was in Cologne (or Köln) and was massively hungry after spending the day at Kölner Zoo. Looking at all those animals all morning and afternoon left me, well, salivating! Freddy Schilling – Die Hamburger Manufaktur stands for homemade burgers […]
The best ever Schnitzel that I’ve eaten to date was courtesy of Bei Oma Kleinmann in Cologne, Germany. This was the recommendation of my dear brother and it was gobsmacking tasty. The schnitzels are bigger than your face and tastier than you could ever imagine.
WonderWaffel is a unique concept chain originally hailing from Berlin. At the WonderWaffel stores you can encounter an explosion of senses to your palate. Essentially, it’s a dessert house with make-your-own waffle combinations. One of the key brand signatures, is well, they put an actual […]
That smells good. The scent of adventure that is. Cologne is the fourth most populated city in Germany and it’s the third German city that I’ve made it to. Also, Cologne is the biggest German city that I’ve been to. That was something that struck […]