Le Coq Rico or The Bistro of Beautiful Birds

Flatiron District, New York By April 11, 2017 No Comments

French Chef and owner of Le Coq Rico New York, Antoine Westermann, is not a novice in his field. Until 2007, he was a three Michelin star chef at his restaurant “Le Buerehiesel,” in Strasbourg, France, before he handed it over to his son. He opened his restaurant when he was 23 years old and earned his third Michelin star when he was 48, in 1994. At that time he was part of the French elite chefs, with Bernard Loiseau, Guy Savoy, and Alain Ducasse.

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Bangkok Floating Market!

Travel By April 4, 2017 4 Comments

Damnoen Saduak floating market is without any doubt the largest and most famous floating market in Thailand.

Located 100 miles south of Bangkok, the market is open everyday from 6 am to 11 am.

There are more than 100 vendors selling fruits and vegetables to tourists and locals, floating in their small canoes along the canal.

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My Sunday’s Brunch in NYC!

New York By March 14, 2017 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , No Comments

Ever since my boys left home for college, I have loved Sunday’s brunch. It’s a great way to get the family back together at a very convenient time for everyone! I moved to NY this past summer and I’ve had the pleasure of brunching and trying out many places. This is my personal ranking from one to ten.

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Bangkok – part 2

Travel By February 28, 2017 Tags: , , , , , , , , , No Comments

Bangkok – part 2
Rooftop bars

Ok now, let’s get serious! Let’s talk about cocktails baby!
In my last post, I talked about my culinary experiences and the restaurants I tried in Bangkok. In this post, I would like to talk about the city’s rooftop bars. Unfortunately, I couldn’t try them all but I tried a few that should give you an accurate overview.

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Bangkok – Part 1

Travel By February 23, 2017 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , 1 Comment

Bangkok – Part 1
Restaurants

I just came back from my trip to Bangkok and my head is still spinning with all the exotic flavors and aromas. The street noises, traffic, tuk tuk rides, lingering odors, colorful sceneries, and magnificent temples stimulated all my senses. A week in this busy city with a population of 8 million people can’t be forgotten even after a draining 23-hour flight and 12 hours of jetlag.

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