At the end of our Willkommen in Berlin club year, the group leaders of the Dinner is Served Group organized an event with Hotel de Rome on their beautiful rooftop bar. This is a photoblog of that . . .
So I've craved for a huge American-style breakfast for a few weeks now...MmMmMmmm big fluffy pancaaaaaakes where aaaare youuuuu?!? Brunch is a big deal in Berlin, not surprisingly because the . . .
I love cupcakes. So much so that I learned to bake my own in our last post because I couldn't find cupcakes that were moist and delicious. I am happy to say that I've found an amazing cupcake cafe . . .
September is here and it's been getting cold. It's funny how I was wishing it was fall already when it was 36 degrees out and there are no air-conditioners in flats and many establishments here in . . .
You can tell I really love a restaurant because I tend to obsess about it. I ate in Arirang Korean Restaurant three times in one week. I wrote about having dinner there so I thought I'd write about my . . .
I love Korean BBQ and I've been craving for it since we left Jakarta. We first discovered the joys of Korean food, especially BBQ in Jakarta where there is quite a Korean population. Our Apartment in . . .
I first "e-met" (past tense of e-meet) slow-traveller Sean when he wrote this post and connected it to my write-up on this beloved Berlin summer tradition. A few days ago I had tea and cakes with . . .
After having delicious Indonesian food in Amsterdam, I was happy to be introduced to an authentic Indonesian Restaurant here in Berlin by a fellow diplowife and friend from the Indonesian Embassy. I . . .
Have you ever dined in a completely pitch black room? I had the chance to do this in Dunkelrestaurant Berlin (dunkel means dark). For those who haven't tried this experience I highly recommend it . . .
I was surprised and happy to learn that there is a Filipino restaurant in Berlin. It's called Pan. Pan is Filipino for bread (similar to Spanish) but I am not sure if they called it pan meaning bread . . .