I love running on the beach – always trying to start my days with some exercise. Let the waves hit your feet and the sand be your seat. Found the most amazing restaurant on the beach – Eduardo’s Beach Shack. Here you can find everything from fruity bowls to black charcoal shots x
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
Started our weekend in Gothenburg at vRÅ. The restaurant atmosphere is intimate, cozy and, of course, inspired by Japan. They use both Swedish and Japanese cooking techniques, and sometimes combine them in the same dish. They have everything from Smoked Char Tartar in Yuzu Butter to Sashimi, my favorite was their Gyoza filled with mushrooms from Östragärde farm. To this we drank kombucha with lingonberry (?!) my favorite as well hehe. After this I took Helena to Hotel Pigalle for a big cocktail to finish of this amazing Friday xx
Self-screening and self-service is not really my thing. I want to get some personal-contact especially when I’m at a restaurant hehe. I got a few recommendations before we went to Warsaw and one of them was Koszyki. I thought it was going to be like La Boqueria in Barcelona but this was actually much better. International restaurants everywhere, not to many people and cute bartenders 😉 We started with some tapas and finished of our lunch with lavendel and ginger cocktails. Sounds weird but it was actually really yuummie xx