For some, meeting could be the most devastating thing as well as the most unpleasant thing to do, well, that's not my case, because I don't ever have to suit up and got stuck on hours of super boring meeting, and in fact. I kinda like meetings.
Garcon (read: Gar son, means: waiter in French) might not be a fresh breakthrough and I don't know what took me so long to finally put it here? Not to mention, Garcon, which is under the same group as Immigrant and Rustique has been located in the fine restaurants complex Plaza Senayan for around 1,5 years.
Bengawan Restaurant at Keraton at the Plaza is celebrating the Ramadhan season with their "Spirit of Ramadhan" promotion that's now ongoing along Ramadhan and fortunate enough, I got the chance to try out some of their festive menus!
If you happen to be in Bali on July 27th, make sure you don't miss the annual SPF event by W Retreat and Spa Bali as this year's SPF is predicted to be hotter than ever with performances from famous international DJs like Dubfire from the USA and Miss Kittin (OH I LOVE MISS KITTIN) from France!
Popolamama is a popular Italian restaurant chain from Japan established in 1995, and not until 19 years later that it's being brought to Jakarta! *whoopie!*. Popolamama's first outlet is located in the Indofood Tower (where I went for this one!) and in just almost two months, they're already expanding two other outlets each located in Mall Taman Anggrek and Grand Indonesia. Talk about quick expansion!
It's not a secret anymore that just like Senopati, Pantai Indah Kapuk is one of the most populated area in Jakarta when it comes to dining places. Numbers of new restaurants in and out each and every month trying their luck on the field but truth be told, I have one thing kept in my mind that I want to point out here.
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As you guys know, just a while ago, I came back from the grand launching of the new Sentosa in Sentosa Island, Singapore. I am so going to make a full blog post about this one, but here are some teasers for you to wonder!
I was so lucky to be able to travel to Thailand this year! It's been the second time for me going to Thailand and I never get bored to keep on coming back here because this country, especially Bangkok, has so much to offer it's almost unstoppable. I have so many things to blog about my recent Thailand trip but I'm going to start with a visit to the biggest market in Thailand, Chatuchak Weekend Market (also known as JJ Market)! This was my first experience to visit Chatuchak Weekend Market and the story begins... now!
Went to this newly opened cafe right after having my lunch at Song Fa (previous post), for someone who doesn't go to PIK often (anymore) like me, one visit to PIK equals to trying a couple of new places, in defense I need to have a proper meal as a sweet dessert (excuses, excuses), special thanks to Ivy for accompanying me yesterday! I had a lovely time chatting and sharing with you! :).