Tag Archive: food

Frank (Tallinn)

I was looking for a place a bit further away from the main street of Tallinn’s Old Town which would be cheaper and not so “touristy” and I stumbled upon this restaurant-bar after wandering… Continue reading

Rasols (Riga)

Name Rasols‘s been inspired by the Latvian national salad, a combination of potatoes, apples and beets with mayonnaise and sour cream. If the interest isn’t to find in their tiny menu that includes small portions of… Continue reading

Tartarbar (St Petersburg)

Tartare lovers, this restaurant is for you ! As the name suggests, Tartar bar offers a menu that showcases a creative variety of tartare. Located in the centre of Saint Petersburg, not far from… Continue reading

Ober Mamma (Paris)

Viva Italia ! At Ober Mamma, beyond the menu that highlights italian culinary specialties such as pizza, pasta, ham, cheese (ricotta, gorgonzola, parmesan, mozzarella), all the staff speaks italian to fully immerse customers… Continue reading

Paprika (Paris)

Paprika is a new healthy canteen situated rue de Bretagne, right across the Square du Temple in the North-Marais. The owner has browsed flea markets to find vintage furniture that composes the whole… Continue reading

Puce (Paris)

Located in rue Chaptal in the so hype 9th district, Puce is typically the cute, cozy and warm place where you want to shelter when it’s cold outside or when you simply want… Continue reading

Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings (London)

Located just off Exmouth Market, Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings features a large bar serving cocktails, a restaurant and greenhouse, a relaxed café area as well as private rooms. The real interest consists in… Continue reading

Tenoha & Style Restaurant & Store (Tokyo)

The neighborhood of Daikanyama is a favorite ! It’s a pity that tourist guides don’t even mention it although it’s by far the coolest and trendiest neighborhood in Tokyo – it MUST be on your bucket list. Daikanyama is… Continue reading

Boulangerie-Pâtisserie Liberté (Paris)

Welcome to the bakery of the future. The stylishly modern interior design combined to an airy space breaks the rules of the tradi/cosy local baker shop style, with a sleek and massive marble… Continue reading

The Broken Arm (Paris)

Although it opened in 2012, The Broken Arm always seems new to me everytime I go there due to their seasonal lunch and brunch menu. Located by Paris’ Carreau du Temple, the place hosts… Continue reading

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