Even though I have Malaysian roots, I have not been exposed a lot to the Malaysian (food)culture. I got to know more about it when I met some Malaysian students in my study time and when I went to Malaysia and Singapore in 2014. Later on I notice that there are more Malaysian people living… Continue reading Malaysian foodspots in the Netherlands
Red velvet cake! You have probably heard about this sweet, reddish cake. Flown over from America it has become more and more popular here in the Netherlands. There are a few cafes and shops that sell red velvet cake. Read more about the places I have visited. The traditional American red velvet cake consists of… Continue reading Red velvet hotspots
Everytime I go to Asia I crave for the Asian sweet stuff which can hardly be found here in the Netherlands. Do you like drinks or food with matcha, yuzu, red beans or sesame paste? Then you know what I mean. Recently you can find these flavours more and more in our little country. When… Continue reading Cute and creative cakes at Round&Round
This year Dining City Nederland organised the Nationale Restaurant Week for the 20th time. During the Restaurant Week you can visit different high-end and top restaurant and enjoy a three course meal for a fixed price of €27,50. What you get is decided by the restaurant, but it gives you an impression what dishes they… Continue reading Explore high-end and top restaurants within your budget during the Restaurant Week
Healthy food doesn’t have to be expensive and eating healthy is becoming more and more a trend in the Dutch culture. Sometimes, it requires quite some effort to prepare a healthy meal, so more restaurants anticipate with this by offering not only healthy food, but also organic and prepared with products from the local area.… Continue reading Eating healthy and biological at Gys
When Takumi, the famous ramen restaurant from Dusseldorf, announced that they are bringen the authentic Sapporo Ramen to the West-Kruiskade in Rotterdam, everyone was excited. Do you remember the times that you went to Dusseldorf just to eat at Takumi or at Naniwa? I had only been to Naniwa, but I heard great things about… Continue reading Takumi Dusseldorf brings their best ramen to Rotterdam
Petting animals while having a cup of coffee or tea is a wonderful phenomenal in Asia and many cafés there thrive on this concept. While you can pet owls in Tokyo or cuddle dogs in Bau House in Seoul, cat cafés are still the most popular. A few years ago the first cat café opened… Continue reading Cuddling cats while having cake and tea at Rotterdam’s first Cat Café!