Showing posts from October, 2017

Noma Under the Bridge

Website: Address: Under the Knippelsbro Bridge, Copenhagen Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Star Feedback: October 22, 2017 (Sunday) This was kinda like their pop up restaurant while the actual restaurant was under renovation It was of that of a communal table - so kinda not fine dining Food was quite plenty and I was actually quite full. Details Cost: 1250 DKK (~200 USD) Courses: Five Courses with Wine Pairing (though they will serve a couple of dishes) Courses: Tostada A bit weird for me since it has horse radish (but overall quite good. Nachos could have been better if it was freshly prepared. Felt that it has been there for a bit but then again, this I think was the "free course" Sourdough Bread with Norwegian Butter From Richard Hart who was originally from Tartine's Bakery in San Francisco has joined the Noma team and now has a bakery outside of CPH city. Being from San Francisco,

Angler City of London

Website: Address: 3 South Place, Finsbury EC2M 2AF Nearest Tube Station: Michelin Star: One Star Rating:  4.5 out of 5 Star Feedback: October 20, 2017 (Friday) Had the Restaurant Week Menu for 45 dollars that came with Free Champagne Love the restaurant and the attentiveness of the place Flan with a bit of a twist of lemon Sea Brea with Mushroom Puree Tasted really like filipino that has just perfect crispy skin etc Cuttle Fish Bolognaise Prolly my favorite in this menu Flame Grilled mackerel Love the mussels and the seaweed soup that goes with it Love their bread It's like "Chicharon" (Philippine Pork Cracklings) with some Mayonnaise

Copenhagen - A Quick Guide

Tips: Depending on how much commuting you wanna do, you might wanna just get the city pass that allows you to travel around CPH for 24 hrs (80 DKK) or 72 hours (200 DKK ~ 33 USD) and allows you to go from airport and city (Zone 1 -4). It is good for the metro, train, bus, and the harbour bus/water taxi. One way ticket to airport is 36 DKK and one ride in zone 1-2 is 24 DKK. Do check out the Copenhagen card too if you are really interested in visiting the museums too. Airport to City Very Easy and it's just there when you get out of the arrival area. 36 DKK for one way or part of a city pass (80 DKK for 24 hours and 200 DKK for 72 hours) Takes around 15-20 minutes to the Copenhagen Central Station, depending if it's a direct train or not Buy the Tickets from a red machine and then go to Spor 2 (platform 2) and you get off at Kobenhavn Central Station. Where you can buy the tickets even the city pass Track 2 - Train to CPH Tourist Attractions Nyhav

Flat Iron (Covent Garden UK)

Website: Address: 17/18 Henrietta St, Covent Garden, WC2E 8QH Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Feedback: October 17, 2017 (Tuesday) Came here around 6.30 on a Tuesday evening and there was quite a wait. We have to wait 2 hours but the good thing is we can put our name and they can just text us when the table is ready. They have a 10 dollar steak! What else can you expect! It was quite good (though small). I ordered the burger and it was quite good as well.  it comes with a free popcorn... and then an Ice cream to end the meal :)