I always love going to Zuma. It’s loud , over the top , theatrical. This dessert sums up my Omakase experience there tonight.
Loved all the places we ate our way though ! Friday night – Foxy. Super grill food , just deliciousness ! Saturday brunch at Olive + gourmando. We waited for 30 mins – it was so worth the wait !! Owned by the same people that own Foxy. I had a summer salad with pumpkinContinue reading “Montreal- an unexpected foodie city !”
Italy is my favorite country in the world. New York is where I wanted to live as a child , Italy ( Regions of Tuscany or Umbria ) are where I would love to retire. Day 1 in Milan. We checked in at the Bulgari. A true test of a hotel is what they doContinue reading “When in doubt , head to Italy ! “
Dinner was highly recommended at Roganic by London foodie friends. So I booked it 2 months prior to our trip and roped in some friends to come with us. Overall , it was absolutely amazing. Small, intimate tables , 1 seating per night ( which was brilliant ) and just 12 seats or so. It’sContinue reading “Roganic- a culinary experience”
It was DH b’ day today. I read about Atera in some magazine and decided to book it, since we both like innovative, gastronomic , experimental cooking. Thanks to A/ex concierge, I made the request for a table in July and promptly, in Aug ( since the restaurant only takes tables 2 months out), theyContinue reading “Atera- 77 Worth St- 2 michelin stars”
So, we slept well last night in our gorgeous duplex. 🙂 We were up by 9 am, ready to go to eat breakfast. It was a vast, scrumptious spread of fruits, cheese, breads, egg, bacon, chicken sausage, home made jams, fresh pressed juices, all while overlooking the beach! 🙂 Some last minute packing and thenContinue reading “Good bye Eden Rock, Hello Christopher hotel, check in at Isle de France: day 2”
The morning started at 9 am with a site inspection of Villa Sant’Andrea. It was a private residence of a family and stayed for a century till 1950 till it was converted to a hotel. OE purchased it in 2010 and has been in renovation since. 60 rooms. 22 jr suites and suites total. TheContinue reading “Sicily -Day 3”
Breakfast was a super spread of different breads , a vast assortment of fruits , honey , cold cuts , jams and so forth. I tried the coffee granita with a brioche which was just divine!! A brief history of Sicily- Sicily was dominated by 19 different colonies. Spanish rules for the longest for 600 years.Continue reading “Sicily – day 2”