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Kaihomaru: Crispy Baby Shrimps for Lunch

The ground floor and the first floor of our office building – Citiloft/Citiwalk Sudirman – are dedicated for cafes and restaurants.  More than  twenty eating places serving lunch everyday.  

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Vegetarian and Vegan Dining in Melbourne

If you’re after the best vegetarian and vegan dining in Melbourne, Fitzroy is the suburb you need to head to. Vibrant Brunswick Street offers the compassionate eater a delectable selection of raw food and fast food spots. 522 more words


The Square: world-class cooking at a Mayfair classic

Open in 1991 and with 2 Michelin stars under its belt ever since 1998, The Square has a track record which speaks for itself. Restaurants so often come and go in this industry. 803 more words

London & The UK

Restaurants Franchise India: Things to Know About It

A lot of young entrepreneurs have a dream of starting a restaurant business in Delhi. Setting your foot in the food industry is not only risky but highly competitive but with right planning, capital and acumen you can excel in your venture. 313 more words


Crystal Baller

“Can we try and take the high road though we don’t know where it ends. I want to be your crystal baller.”-Third Eye Blind

Happy Marathon Monday! 524 more words


48 hours in Bristol

Bristol is always a good idea and in varying contexts too.My older sister attended the  University of Bristol for both her undergraduate and graduate degrees and while she was there, I always loved visiting- and even once rented a party room at… 828 more words

My Eastern holiday in Helsinki, Finland

Streetview from centrum (Kaivokatu crossing Mannerheimintie, Shopping Center Forum on the right)

Eastern is generally eating and hanging out with family (at least for Finns). Traditionally Finnish people eat stuff like lamb, eggs, chocolate, pasha and different kind of buns In my childhood home we often eat chicken with orange rice and salad. 678 more words