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Maltby Street Market, London

Photo by Samad | View of the street Street markets have become a widespread across every corner of the big bustling city of London, ranging from touristic ones like the Borough Market to slightly smaller and less busy ones like the Maltby Street Market in the LASSCO Ropewalk. I visited the Maltby Street Market because I wanted to avoid the crowds. Much to my relief, the market wasn't as jam packed as others I've been to, which made my whole experience a lot more comfortable

Faculty of Caffeine, Johor Bahru

JB's food scene never ceases to surprise me. It's been a while (10 years to be exact) since I've actually went down and explored this city and its foodie offerings. Imagine the excitement I experienced when we were invited to a whole foodie staycation here. We got to check out a coffee + breakfast specialty cafe right in the heart of JB's bustling heritage site. Faculty of Caffeine is established by a young chap named Edward, who is also the owner of the ever popular The Repl

Griddy @ Westgate

Griddy's concept is interesting. Most of its food come in grids and it seems popular among the casual dining crowd. As we eagerly sat waiting for what was in store for the media tasting at Griddy, the waitresses served us their signature mocktail, Lychee Mojito ($3.90). The sweetness and blend of mint leaves made the drink refreshing. It is indeed the right choice of drink to whet your appetite. The Lychee Mojito is a top choice among diners here and it isn't hard to see why.

The Owls Cafe, Bukit Jalil

Now, I normally don't drive such a long distance just to have coffee and waffles but I've heard rave reviews about the place and I was delivering some goods over to the area anywayyyy so I decided to drop in to The Owls Cafe to give it a try. I am a super huge fan of owls, so naturally this place called out to me and I loved all the decor from the wall murals to the little owl paraphernalia scattered around the shop. WHAT?! How cute is this amiright?! I swear I would have thi

Must-visit cafes when you're in Kota Kinabalu

Recently visited KK for the first time and found some absolute foodie gems! Biru Biru Cafe It isn't hard to fall instantly in love with this place. It is unpretentious, has just the right mix of vintage authenticity and the people are incredibly friendly (much like the whole of East Malaysia!). It has all the trappings of a hipster cafe but you will likely see more backpackers here than hipsters as it is also part of a backpackers' hostel. Expect world class coffee and fresh,

Review: Cubs & Cups, Desa Sri Hartamas

Heard about this place on my friend's social media pages quite a bit but only decided to drop in over lunch recently. So glad I did. Nothing makes me happier than good food and cute little puppies!! There are many pet friendly places in town but this is the only one where I've actually seen pets get the priority. Hehe. They serve great pastas and pizzas from RM20 onwards. The pesto was a little bland for my liking but with a bit of salt and pepper, it brought out more taste.

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