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Located on the 35th floor of The Shard, Ting offers a traditional English option and an Asian-inspired afternoon tea. Personally I feel that the asian version of afternoon tea is lighter, healthier and all-together tastier. The Mango rice paper roll (my favourite from the savouries) is light and refreshing, then there is the Taro Spring … Continue reading London: Asian-Inspired Afternoon Tea @Ting
The Buddha Bar Monte Carlo boasts a fascinating decor that instantly transports one to a mythical place with an exotic charm. Dinner at the Buddha-Bar is a journey for the senses. The head Chef Eric Guillemaud fuses Asian flavor and French excellence in an innovative way making each forkful a surprise to the taste buds. All of the … Continue reading Monaco: Buddha Bar
Call all Seafood lovers when in Nice! You must visit this restaurant!
After all the hype, I've decided to try the calorie-free raindrop cake and whilst at Yamagoya I thought I should try the ramen too. Why not? My verdict? Personally it is not the most yummiest thing I've ever had and I would not consider it a "cake" but it is certainly a spectacle and one … Continue reading London: Yamagoya