Where to eat in Amsterdam.

When I was in Amsterdam a few months ago we spent most of our time at the festival we went to. So this time I really wanted to see more of the city – and I most say there’s never a shortage of things to do in Amsterdam. Since we had a lot of work to do we started our days early and finished late so we can make the most of it. We tried a few different restaurants during our stay but this is my top three.

Lion Nior on Reguliersdwarsstraat 28 – their vegan options was to die for, The cocktails at Mr Porter and dancing at the secret bar The Butcher. Our hotel also recommended us to try Izakaya and Il Conte which was also great but not as good as the other places. Enjoy! x



One place I always take my guests and friends is 180º Sunset Bar located just over Chora (Mykonos town) in this old castle. Most tourist doesn’t know about it and the owner is amazing. The sunset is always magical on this island – in many different colors – but you should remember that the actual sunset can only been seen from Chora and that side of the island. Order a Bellini and be there at 7 o’clock x

Don’t miss this week.

My top three in Stockholm right now. Raise a glass to summer in Sweden, it’s finally here.

Rooftop Bars – Tak & Urban Deli Sveavägen’s are my favorites right now and been there a few times this week sippin Aperol spritz.

Mix n’ go Salladsbar på Scheelegatan 17 – Here you will find Stockholm’s best lunch right now. Choose all your ingredients and mix the salad before your eyes. My favorite combo is sweet potatoes, goat cheese, roasted corn and loads of avocado. Don’t forget to try their health shot with ginger.

Inventive cocktails – My friend Henrik makes the world’s best cocktails. Every drink is an experience and he can create everything we a few ingredients. I can sit in his bar all day, everyday hehe. You’ll find him at Nosh & Chow or Strömma Krog and Kanalbar, perfect for a hot summer day.