Sunday, December 3, 2017

Bali Food Guide

While writing this post I remembered just how good the food was in Bali. Super fresh fruit, the best plant-based meals, authentic Indo food and liters and liters of coconut water. If I could eat like this every day for the rest of my life I'd be a very happy girl. Two things you need to know about Bali restaurants: 1) there are way too many to choose from and 2) you'll always have a fantastic meal without breaking the bank. Our most expensive meal was around €50, three courses for two people including cocktails. This meant we feasted every day to our heart's content. I've got 16 spots I want to share with you today, in Ubud, Seminyak, and Uluwatu! This is part two of my Bali-series, so make sure to check out the wonderful hotels we stayed at. 
Bali Food Guide
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Monday, November 27, 2017

Where to stay in Bali | Ubud, Seminyak & Uluwatu

I went to Bali in April last year, but I never really wrote about my trip. With fall/winter in sight, I think we're all dreaming of warmer places right now, like Bali! Since this tropical piece of heaven still seems to be a very popular holiday destination, I decided to write a couple of Bali posts. The first part of this mini Bali series is all about the hotels I tried in Bali. We stayed for 10 days in total and tried 4 different hotels. We found a little challenging to choose a hotel in Bali because there are just so many to choose from, and they all look incredible. To help you decide for your next trip, I'll tell you about the hotels we tried and what we liked (and disliked) about them.
Where to stay in Bali | Ubud, Seminyak & Uluwatu
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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Food diary - Vegan till Christmas

When I asked you what you'd like to see more of on this blog, a couple of you said you'd like to see food diaries, so kind of 'what I eat in a day'. I've taken some pictures of my food since November 1st, and will share with you what I eat on a daily basis. I hope this will give you some inspiration for vegan meals. Most of the time it's quite easy to come up with tasty and satisfying dishes, so in this post I'll show you exactly the kind of things I like to eat when I'm eating plant-based. 
Vegan food diary
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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

One day in Amsterdam + updated guide

Some of you might know that I lived in Amsterdam in 2014, for four months during summer. I absolutely loved the city and got to know it in a completely different way than before. I firmly believe that people that don't like Amsterdam are people who haven't gotten to know all the good sides of the city. Every time I return to Amsterdam, I get butterflies in my stomach (yes really). So when my sister told me on Friday night that she'd go to Amsterdam the next morning, I told her I'd join. Because how could I resist a little day trip to one of my favorite cities?!
One day in Amsterdam guide
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Monday, November 13, 2017

Celeriac "risotto" with wild mushrooms (no rice)

Last summer, I visited St. Petersburg for the first time, a birthday trip I had planned together with my dad. We spent two days walking around, visiting museums and exploring the food scene of SPB. Our favorite restaurant of the trip was Jerome, a place we happened to stumble upon on our last afternoon. I later discovered that it's part of the well-known and respected Probka restaurant group, so it was no surprise that we loved it. One dish, in particular, was so special and memorable that I immediately wanted to recreate it at home: celeriac risotto. 
Celeriac "risotto" with wild mushrooms (no rice)
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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Pit pop-up | De Pommerie x Fabrieck

I have mixed feelings about pop-up restaurants. On one hand, I think the idea of a restaurant being temporary is exciting and it makes me want to go there. But on the other hand, if it's great, I'm sad that it's only there for a limited time. That's the case with Pit, a pop-up restaurant I tried earlier this week. It's only there for four more weeks so I wanted to tell you about it before it's too late because the food is in-credible! 
Pit pop-up restaurant | Fabrieck Sint-Niklaas
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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

One day in Paris

Last week I spent one day in Paris, a semi-spontaneous little trip I had planned together with a friend who lives in London. I hopped on an early Thalys in Antwerp while she took a Eurostar from London. That's the great thing about living in this part of Europe, you're just a short train ride away from some of the greatest cities in the world. Though one day in Paris is way too short, we managed to do and see quite a bit. So for all of you who are planning a little trip to Paris in the coming months, I've got some spots you should visit!
One day in Paris Guide
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