The name High Society might evoke impressions of another classic Melbourne cafe, but the experience here in leafy Armadale is a more relaxed one and all the better for it. You’ll still find some photo-worthy food backed up with great service and a pleasant ambience.
There aren’t so much dining options when it comes to the morning hours in Marrakech. The locals enjoy light bites (usually bread) in their breakfast regime. So it’s not such a thing to eat out and spend your salary on smashed avo. There’s a few […]
Whenever I have a flight, I make it my mission to arrive super early. I’ve had one instance in which I’ve been burned and since then I’ve vowed never to miss a flight. Wondertree Cafe in Heathrow Airport helped me utilise my time satisfactorily en route to Toronto. The food might be a bit pedestrian, but it makes for a relaxing way to start a morning.
Cereal-isly? You guys have a cereal-themed cafe? I went along, and I’m glad I did, but it certainly wasn’t killer. The Cereal Killer Cafe is a super happening spot, no doubt driven by a glow of nostalgia and a ounce of curiosity. Service was a […]
Regency Cafe was the closest eatery to my former flat here in Westminster, and boy, is it a legend. This greasy spoon (a quaint term the locals use here) takes you into a different era. And it’s easy to understand why films like Layer Cake […]
In Copenhagen, when it rains, it pours, and like no other. I took shelter from the emerging waterfalls at a cool little cafe called Kalaset. Kalaset offers a leisurely brunch or meal for locals, tourists, business folk and bohemians and I pretty much saw one of each on my escapade there. The word Kalaset is Swedish for party, and there’s a party happening on my tastebuds for sure.
My second day in Dublin had me struggling to find a proper brunch option. Everything didn’t seem quite ready to be up and about this Sunday morning. I had pre-booked tickets for the Book of Kells (kind of have to, really) and needed something quick […]
I’m not Canadian, and I only spent a week in Toronto, but still, something about seeing Tim Hortons in Glasgow, Scotland brings a smile to my face. It’s the part of me that wants to be a Canadian, eh. I mean, the food’s not good […]
The Nighthawk Diner has an atmosphere that makes me feel as if I’m in a 50s American Noir thriller. I can imagine the protagonist detective sipping his filter coffee. Meanwhile, his foil is seated in the booth opposite. If anything, that speaks to the authenticity of the Nighthawk Diner. It’s style emulating that classic American diner experience. It’s open a wide range of hours from 7am to 12pm most days capturing all creatures of the morning and night.