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PARTEA: SAIGON

In a typical Saigonese afternoon, there are two types of people: one is too busy with their works, two is doing nothing.

My mom, who falls in type one, always try to have a little moment with herself, like a cup of coffee and an iPad playing the latest K-drama online. 163 more words

Saigon

A Fine Dining Gem in Jozi

As much as I would like to keep this gem of a place a secret, I also want to scream & shout, that Jozi has another top fine dining restaurant.  354 more words

L'UISINE: SAIGON

The culture of the food is the soul of a man. I would say that, especially talking about a place like Saigon. Saigon is the kitchen of Vietnam, there are nearly everything. 205 more words

Saigon

Empire Café Brunch Reminds Us of What Brunch is Supposed to Be

I’m ashamed to say that recently I’ve been distracted by the shiny sleek interiors and modern takes on breakfast dishes that I forgot what brunch can actually be. 288 more words

It's Fare

Paternal Visitations.

Few things are as good as spending some quality father / son time in a foreign country, especially when you are the one hosting. A great chance to give back after what must, I’m sure, seem like an eternity of giving from him (this encompasses you too mother, because I know you will be reading this). 24 more words

Friends / Family

Partea

Pausing your moment by heading to Nguyen Hue Boulevard, then go up to a little transformed apartment for a cup of tea. Embedded with pink, white and somehow kawai’i sense, have your cup chosen and choose your favorite fragrance of tea, purely British style. 79 more words

Dessert

La Crêperie

Fancy something different? Go down to Japanese corner of Le Thanh Ton Street then look for a little shop numbered 17. A little atmospheres that is cozy and French. 101 more words

Dessert