Not French, but the first time I've ever seen a shop dedicated just to Lindt so I gave it a try.
A busy cafe near the Musée d'Orsay.
A good place for a cheap meal but not English.
A family friendly cafe and restaurant to visit and rest at outside of Tokyo.
I visited the temple on the back of the 10 yen coin.
I've seen pictures of Miss Yoon in wonderland all over my social media and on lists of "hidden gems" that it's begun to feel like a must visit place. In the summer it becomes a 5 floor eclectic wonderland. There's a pool, what looks like a club in the basement and so many floors to [...]
A friend and I went to Cafe Mong's drawn in by their set menu. We both ordered Set A which includes half of a ham and cheese sandwich, sausage, bacon, egg scramble, baked potato wedges, salad and coffee or a soda. We switched it up a bit by buying some of their special drinks. I [...]
Innisfree is a Korean beauty brand that is known for its natural ingredients procured in Jeju. They share space with the O'sulloc tea museum and when my friend and I spotted the Jeju house so close we were rather excited. The Innisfree Jeju house offers Jeju exclusive items, a green cafe and a soap class. [...]
When I first tried to make plans to go to Jeju when I arrived in Korea one of the things I found was O'sulloc tea museum and I got ridiculously excited. I love tea. So it was one of the main things on my must do list while in Jeju and luckily my friend agreed [...]
Pie Face is a pie shop in Shibuya. They're a cute little shop that sells all sorts of tiny pies that they decorate with faces, from savory curry pies to sweet choco pies. They also serve drinks like the best Chai lattes I had while in Tokyo. I ended up getting a choco pie and chai [...]