Tag Archive: Food

Scilly Food

Did you think I was done in telling you about the Scilly Isles? Hah! you are so scilly! Of course not (╬ Ò ‸ Ó) , after all I am here to bore… Continue reading

Menu – The Illusive

Here’s how it goes, now, in most of the restaurants I have been in Indonesia: I scan the menu, the plethora of yummy sounding food, then I choose an item. The waitress comes… Continue reading

Taste the Infographic Book of Food

Most food related book are beautiful, with mouth-watering images of scrumptious food. Even the vegetarian cook books has photos of artistically displayed food, but when I cook it looks like a total mess… Continue reading

Breakfast at Wolsesley, London

If they say to have afternoon tea at the Ritz in London, they would say have breakfast at the Wolsesley. Which is coincidentally almost next door to each other. Apparently a lot of… Continue reading

48 hours in Dusseldorf – Germany

I am not sure what happened during my visit to Dusseldorf I didn’t seem to have done anything. Plus my memory card got corrupted which means no good pictures. 😦 That it is… Continue reading

Eva’s Surabaya

Moving on from Jakarta, don’t fret I might do more on Jakarta, but as Indonesia is huge I want to move on to another part of the country, Surabaya, East Java. This time… Continue reading

What to eat and where in Vienna

If you are like me when traveling and on holiday, good food is always important. 1.Have a Frühstück A.k.a breakfast or in most cases brunch, this is apparently what the Viennese do. Don’t… Continue reading

3 Places for Food & 3 Gelateria – Rome

The difference in price of food, coffee and gelati between the touristy area and the slightly off-the-beaten track is huge. For 2 coffee’s and a biscuit in place by Pantheon was €10, a… Continue reading

Slovakian Food – Bratislava

The great thing about the rain, was that I get to sit in cafes and restaurants and eat and drink. One thing that Bratislava is not in shortage of is Cafes. They are… Continue reading

40 hours in Vilnius – Lithuania

In my previous update I said that Bucharest is my favourite European Capital city. Well, I think it is sharing place with Vilnius. Why? Vilnius is very pretty too. Plus it is got… Continue reading

The quest for the best ice cream in London

9 am on a very sunny sunday, I decided to start my quest, at 11 am I am eating a cup of adhoc ice cream, found at the first 10 minutes walking towards… Continue reading

Happy Sunday! Who did you learn from this week?

Me? I learnt from a dog called Francis to make this matcha swiss roll. Hahahaha, this really tickles me, but I did. It is the most hilarious talking dog too. I looked on… Continue reading

Waffles, Fries, and Chocolates in Brussels

Brussels welcomes you with a wonderful smell of waffles and chocolate. Honestly, Brussels really do smell of waffles and chocolates. Waffles The first waffle I had on this trip was topped with Speculaas… Continue reading

Christmas Pudding

Happy Sunday everyone! You know the song We wish you a merry Christmas? I am sure you know, everyone does. But did you know there is 2 extra verses to the song? Well… Continue reading

Martabak Indonesian Street Food

Browsing through They Draw & Cook, one of my favourite sites, I found this of Martabak (Mar tha bha k). The drawing is by Matahari Indonesia (Indonesia’s sun) what a lovely name. Martabak… Continue reading

North Sumatra Journey Part 3 – Medan

Kampung Madras We arrived back in the afternoon in Medan, we had that evening’s dinner at Kampung Madras (old name: kampung Keling). Keling means black or dark complexion, so doesn’t seem to be… Continue reading

Visiting Japan – Tips

It was hands down the best holiday I have ever had. I wasn’t going to include this in my blog, but a friend from Japanese class asked me all about Japan the other… Continue reading

Kecapi – the fruit i missed

I can’t believe I forgot this fruit when I was listing the fruit that we get in Indonesia Maybe because this one is slightly more rare. You can hardly get them in supermarkets… Continue reading

Papaya, mangga, pisang, jambu – Indonesian Fruit

Pepaya, mangga, pisang, jambu, berasal dari pasar minggu, Disana banyak penjualnya Dikota banyak pembelinya. This is a children song, translated Papaya, Mango, Banana, Jambu, from Pasar Minggu (a big market in the South… Continue reading

Collision Coffee aka Kopi Tubruk

Collision Coffee (not Coalition ) aka Kopi Tubruk 😀 is how before Starbucks came Indonesian drink their coffee. A traditional way. I suddenly wanted to drink Kopi Tubruk the other day. Using the… Continue reading