I miss the local food back home in Malaysia. For instance, char kuay teow from a random coffee shop in PJ.
Claypot loh shee fun, pork curry with chee cheong fun, and yam cake from Cravings in 1U.Nasi Kerabu from The Kitchen Table.
Mee Kolok from the Win Heng Seng @Jalan Imbi.
Claypot chicken rice from Heun Kee @Pudu.I’ll be home soon.
A short day trip to Ipoh over the weekend.
Thean Chun Coffee Shop
I spent every late afternoon in Pike Place Market! I really love the market vibes and delicious Russian pastries at Piroshky Piroshky Bakery. Although I don’t have any photos of the pastries that I had from Piroshky Piroshky, I highly recommend everyone to check it out if you do make a trip to Seattle. I love their savory and sweet pastries so definitely prepare room for two pastries instead of one (go for three if you can!!).
General Porpoise Doughnuts – I really liked their coffee cream doughnuts.
Early morning breakfast at Wandering Goose – One of my favorite brunch/breakfast spots in Seattle! I had their biscuits and gravy with poached eggs.
This is a pretty short post on Seattle but look out for more food adventures on Seattle 0.2.
Brunch at Buck’s! We actually found this place by accident. It was located right across the street from our hostel. Coincidence? Nope! I’d rather say it’s fate.
Another reason that I love Wicker Park – Stan’s Donuts. I could just sit here all day.
Our first meal in Chicago (and our first meal together after 5 months or so?) – Yolk
I was also famished from my early morning flight into O’Hare.
We each ordered our own entree and shared a red velvet brioche french toast! (We were stuffed by the end of our meal).
I will definitely make another trip back to Chicago!
A short trip towards the end of Winter Break ’16.
Rise and shine! I had an early breakfast at Duck and Waffle with my favorite pair of (nocturnal) twins. Yes, I’m grateful that they actually woke up really early on a Sunday morning to take me out for breakfast. No regrets! My first English breakkie in London – The Breakfast Club
There’s always room for dessert! Yolkin
Good food, great company and amazing architecture.
In addition to Chicago’s urban charms, I really liked the laidback vibes at Wicker Park. The cafes, restaurants, and shops around the neighborhood add value to the area. I think I’m in love.
Brunch at Little Goat Diner – so cute and chic!
Firecakes – biggest vanilla bean doughnut featuring my color-coordinated dress.
Bits and pieces of Millennium Park and the Bean!
Deep dish pizza at Lou Malnati’s Pizza – I apologize for the low-quality photos of my pizza but hey, I was starving as I waited for 3 hours in total just to get a table and for my food to arrive.
Stay tuned for Chicago 0.2!