I have such a soft spot for character cafes, and even more soft spots for Sanrio’s Gudetama. His apathy makes him (?) all the more adorable! Look, I know the food at the Gudetama cafe was never going to be great, but the theme was […]
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 […]
I visited Plum and Split Milk off the back of this Hot Dinners offer I had. 50% off the weekend brunch menu price was enticing and the food and venue looked upper class to boot. It ended up being a bit snobby in service but […]
It’s often very worthwhile making a trek across the city for a good meal. That was the case for my brunch over at Eska. The store is a grand two storeys, and there’s plenty of seating despite my concerns when I first walked in. It’s […]
Cake for breakfast? Things sure a little different here at Brunch & Cake in Barcelona. There’s a world of new possibilities after all, so why be bound by conventional brunches?I was on the hunt for a flashy brunch and this came up trumps on my Google-fu search. Some good reviews, some killer pics. There’s definitely wonder and excitement on the menu but the end chapter isn’t quite as breath-taking.
If you liked it, you should have Stika fork in it. Stika in District VII of Budapest is a very hip coffee and brunch joint that’s popular with the locals. So popular they even ran out of half the menu on the following day when […]
The humble egg has always been an integral part of my family’s cuisines. No matter what meal of the day or what occasion, it’s there in one form in another. A quaint little cafe that celebrates the egg in London is Egg Break, based in […]
I had fond memories of the Panera Bread chain. It was one of the rare eateries along my USA road trip where I thought “that was good and I don’t regret eating more”. It was also one of the few places open near Dundas Square early morning Good Friday. I was off to Niagara Falls on a tour and killed some morning time tucking into an Asiago bacon, egg and cheese bagel ($4.39). Curiously, the Asiago cheese bagel option has less calories than the sourdough. Not that I’m counting.