Staring at Jacobs (Amsterdam): Perfectly Fried Chicken on Waffles for Brunch

With grids of canals lined up with boutique stores, coffee shops and coffeeshops, it’s hard not to fall in love with Amsterdam, as soon as you take a five minute walk in the city. Amsterdam has a lot to show off. The abundant number of minimalistic yet beautifully decorated shops by the canals definitely left… Read More Staring at Jacobs (Amsterdam): Perfectly Fried Chicken on Waffles for Brunch

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ATLAS Coffeehouse (SG): Hearty Brunch with Killer Pancakes

I’m always on the lookout for a hearty brunch and hipster coffee spot. Now that I’ve moved to Singapore, the number of cafe choices is almost as overwhelming as my intensive 10-month MBA course at INSEAD. Cute cafes are dotted all over the country. Yet in spite of all the competition, ATLAS Coffeehouse definitely stands… Read More ATLAS Coffeehouse (SG): Hearty Brunch with Killer Pancakes

Cafe Greenprint: New Green-Conscious “Realistically Healthy” Spot

Comfortable light green shades, wooden furniture and quotes dotted on the walls – I was already sensing that this would be a cafe worth writing about when I saw the entrance. Of course the “healthy” concept was the selling point which attracted me here in the first place, but it’s the, I would say “realistically healthy”… Read More Cafe Greenprint: New Green-Conscious “Realistically Healthy” Spot

The Pudding Nouveau: Hong Kong’s Answer to Duck and Waffle

There are many things to love about Hong Kong. Despite how difficult (I can only assume from high costs, competition and saturation) it must be to start a restaurant, there is so much variety and individuality in the dining scene as long as you step out of big shopping malls and onto less frequented streets.… Read More The Pudding Nouveau: Hong Kong’s Answer to Duck and Waffle