Jean Paul Hévin Cafe (Shinjuku)

My mom and I went shopping at Isetan Department Store in Shinjuku and stopped by the Jean Paul Hévin cafe for tea. I LOVE chocolate. And I have the urge to go into… Continue reading

Chocolate & Pistachio Macarons

  Someday, I hope to make the perfect macarons! This is my attempt on chocolate and pistachio macaroons.

Girls Talk (Ko-So Cafe, Urth Caffe, Ouca)

    We had some girl talk over some healthy vegetarian lunch at Ko-So Cafe in Ebisu. I saw this on the Japanese Elle magazine and was really interested in going because a) I’m… Continue reading

j.s. Pancake

Pancakes are my jam. I get overly excited when it comes to brunch food because it’s my favorite meal of any day.  When I was back in Tokyo in January, I dragged my… Continue reading

Sweets Paradise

Like the name suggests, this place is literally a paradise full of food. Sweets Paradise is a popular sweets buffet among young people in Japan, and they offer all kinds of sweets. Not… Continue reading


Catching up with some old friends for Lunch in Shibuya. We went to eat some Japanese food at Atari Cafe&Dining located in Parco. I ordered a tuna avocado bowl, and my friends ordered the… Continue reading

Ping Pong

Dinner with a friend at Ping Pong, a popular dim sum restaurant in the UK. We ordered a variety of dim sum, crab shell, steamed broccoli, and lychee tea. Then finished off with a… Continue reading

Porteña (Borough Market)

A little Argentinean bakery I passed by at the Borough Market in London called Porteña. As soon as I saw these dulce de lece caramel biscuit goodness, I had to try one!

L’ETTO Caffè (Soho)

Right off the busy streets of Oxford Street in London, there’s a narrow street that takes you to L’ETTO Caffé, which is right next to Hummingbird Bakery the famous cupcake shop. My friend… Continue reading

BB Bakery (County Hall)

The tea culture in England is absolutely wonderful. Everywhere you go, there’s a wide selection of tea and the staff always ask you whether you drink it with milk or not. I personally… Continue reading