A Breakfast in Prague, Czech Republic

Rated #5 on tripadvidor Cappuccino Freshly squeezed orange juice French-style breakfast with croissant, toast, and fresh fruits Prague-style breakfast with eventual cheese and Prague ham English breakfast with 3 eggs (fried) with bacon and toasts English breakfast with 3 eggs (scrambled) with bacon and toasts Bon appetit! Phenix Cafe nabrezi 22, Prague 110 00, Czech…

100th Post – How to Plan a Delicious Trip

Happy 100th Post! I can’t believe that this blog has reached it’s 100th post from what initially was a mere personal journal of gluttony. I could not express to you guys how thankful I am for your support and comments. I hope that there will be many more milestones to come, be it the 200th,…

Hong Kong Day 4

Hi there, I’m back to complete the very delayed final part of my trip to Hong Kong . Although it was the last day, I had to say the meal was one of my favorites of the trip. I’m a big fan of anything wrapped in carbohydrate -ravioli, cream puffs, and various dim sums –…

Hong Kong Day 3

Hi there, So now that we’re done with the posts regarding the holiday, let’s steer the wheel back a bit and revisit the posts about my time in Hong Kong. If my memory serves me right (and I’m not suffering from a sudden onset of culinary amnesia) I think we were on day 3? So…

Hong Kong Day 2

Hello hello! As promised, I’m back to tell you more about my HK trip! But before I get started, i would like to tell all you lovely readers about an interesting, or so I hope, event that’s happening today – Martha’s Stewart Farmer’s Market!!!! I’ve been a big fan of her show since forever, sometimes…

Hong Kong Day 1

Hi there, My family has this tradition of going to HK before X’mas every year. And it’s always been a huge excitement for me, planning where to dine each day. As you all know HK is a huge foodie paradise. You can find anything from traditional, hole-in-the wall Chinese food to Michelin-starred  dim sum  to…

Pucci Girls at Sri Panwa

Hi there! It’s December! I can’t believe it’s already the last month of the year already. Is it just me, or did 2010 just whizzed by like a shooting star? I love LOVE love the holidays. December has always been my favorite month. There’s something about the joyful spirits in the air and the X’mas…

¡Hola! Barcelona Day 4

¡Hola! So let’s continue on with my little culinary journey through Spain. Day 4 was my last day in Barcelona, and, as predicted, was filled with food, and food, and more food. The day started off with thundering rain. Our plan for the day was to visit Gaudi’s ever-so-famous Sagrada Familia early in the morning…

¡Hola! Barcelona Day 3

¡Hola!   Day three was yet again another joyful day filled with culinary delights. We started the day off with a visit to Palau de la Musica, a privately owned music hall designed by the famous Catalan architect Lluis Domenech I Montaner. The picture above is the stained-glass window at the ceiling of the concert…

¡Hola! Barcelona Day 2 Continues

¡Hola! I’m back to tell you more about day 2! So let’s not waste anymore time and continue on with the Spain soiree (it’s fashion week in Thailand and I’m excitedly hopping around from one show to another and fashion clock ticks a little faster, don’t you think?) As we got back from Sant Sadurni,…