I love food. Plain and simple. A good meal or a lovely snack can brighten my day whereas an overpriced something that tastes like nothing can haunt me for hours. That’s why I’ve created this page full of foodie hotspots and restaurant reviews. These are the places I ate and drank at during my travels, both in Belgium and beyond. Whether you’re looking for a fancy restaurant, a decent bistro, a cafe or a coffee shop, it’s here. Have a look!
June 8, 2016When I was planning my trip to Münster, Germany, I turned to Instagram to find cool food spots in the city. These are the places I ended up eating at, including a little review, practical information and whether they offer free wifi. Read Post
May 16, 2016Mosquito Coast is a book, but also a traveler's cafe in the city of Ghent. It has cozy couches, boasts a closet full of guide books and offers great cake, alongside a list of other things. We dropped by on a sunny weekday and has a taste. Read Post
April 13, 2016Coffee shop Koffie Onan serves homebrew coffee and over 100 kinds of tea as well as a wide range of hot chocolate drinks and sweets in a cozy little place in Leuven. I brought a friend to test out their teas and cakes. Read on to find out how it was. Read Post
April 6, 2016At Wurst in Leuven, Belgian television chef Jeroen Meus serves "haute dogs", hot dogs like you've never tasted them before with names like The Hunter, Mexico '86 and Memphis Soul. Are these hot dogs worth the hype? I headed over there one lunch time to find out. Read Post
April 4, 2016"Koffie en Staal" is a concept coffee bar in Leuven where the owners sell handmade furniture and jewelry as well as locally brewed coffee in a bright and cozy interior. The menu is appealing and the pies are to die for. Have a read to see what I ordered. Read Post
March 23, 2016Whenever I travel, I'm always curious to know how local people see their home and how they would want a traveler to visit it. So I try to meet locals when I'm wandering around, but I have to admit I'm sometimes a bit too shy to strike up a conversation. So when WithLocals invited me to meet one of "their" locals in Amsterdam for an Asian dinner, I immediately said yes. Read Post