franzgustav

Waar ik als tiener ooit een bloedhekel aan had, is tegenwoordig mijn favoriete maaltijd van de dag: het ontbijt. In het verlengde van ontbijten, ligt brunchen, zo mogelijk nog meer mijn ding. Ik doe dan ook niets liever dan de nieuwste brunchplekjes ontdekken of dat nu in eigen land is of (ver) daarbuiten. Iemand die…

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french press

Last week I introduced you to (slow) filter coffee, this time around I’m introducing you to the french press. I’ve been on the lookout to buy myself one of these for ages so I was a happy camper when the people from Belgian chain store Fun asked me to test the Bodum french press coffee…

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slow coffee

Over the past couple of years I’ve seen myself turn into a true coffee afficionado. I can’t remember when I had my first cup of coffee though, I just know that it was early on. While I stuck to the traditional coffee maker for years, I found myself drawn to barista-made coffee in the recent…

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backstay hostel ghent

A little while ago I wrote about the #twaartup I attended in Ghent. I still owed you an article dedicated to its location, the Backstay Hostel and Bar in Ghent.

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café madam

For the last post in this Paris week, I’m taking you on a quick lunch break to Café Madam. We stumbled upon this charming and particularly small breakfast and lunch spot after our visit to Centre Pompidou. Café Madam is all about brunch done right: fresh products, reasonably priced and served with a smile.

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i love coffee

One of the first (decent) coffee bars I “discovered” in Bruges was I Love Coffee and boy, was I in for a treat. Not only do they roast their own beans, they sure know how to prepare them as well. My advice: prepare yourself for coffee heaven. If you’re not into the coffee scene, their…

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vero caffè

Welcome to Bruges week, part I! Yes, you heard that right. Today we’re kicking off Bruges week here on the blog with one of the newest additions to the Bruges hipster scene. Okay, I admit, hipster scene and Bruges don’t exactly go hand in hand, but we do have our fair share of cool places…

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tom’s kitchen (chelsea)

During our latest visit to London, we discovered Tom’s Kitchen, located in Chelsea. I was looking for a breakfast place in the neighbourhood, since we would be spending part of the day there when Foursquare led me to this place. After walking a few blocks in all directions but Cale Street (where it is located)…

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