so last month was my twenty-fourth birthday! i still feel eighteen though… where did my past 6 years go?
samcheongdong, one of the most tourist-packed areas in seoul also happens to be a heavenly street for café lovers like myself. me and my buddy decided to meet up for brunch at heaven on top because we wanted to try a place that wasn’t chloris tea garden or slow garden. not that they are bad but we just needed something fresher and un-franchised, if you know what i mean.
rise and brunch everyone!
there’s no question about brunch being my utmost favourite meal of the day. but i admit, choosing a brunch place in bangkok can be quite challenging with so many new comers and myriad of options.
here, i have accumulated my top 5 go to all-day-everyday brunch spots in town to make your life whole lot easier. you’re very welcome. :)
lyon was around for many many years but i’m not sure why i never got around to trying it. looking back at my food album i realised i totally forgot to blog about it when i went there last christmas which was also my first time trying out french cuisine. prior to the visit i had this perception of lyon as an upscale, very expensive and ‘uncomfortable’, restaurant ‘cos something about the word ‘french’ indirectly suggests so (is it just me?).