Our Big Fat Danish Wedding | Ærø Island, Denmark

Last year we traveled all the way to Denmark, to get married on the beautiful island of Ærø.

If you are planning on getting married in Denmark or are thinking about it, I warmly advise hiring the service of a private agency which often helps expedite the process and overcome any language barrier. We used Getting Married in Denmark which was recommended by a friend who got married a few months prior. They took care of everything, from booking to the apostille service, and allowed us to enjoy what the place has to offer without worrying about the logistics too much.

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If it Fits I Eats | Eats Cafeteria, Tel Aviv

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Eats Cafiteria is a joint initiative of ex-Master Chef participant, Michal Epstein and Yonatan Koevary, ex-partner at Loveat coffee chain.

The place recently opened as part of Beit Chana, a cultural and wellness center situated at a beautiful Bauhaus building from the 1930’s.

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Free the Robot – More than Meets the Eye | Singapore

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Free the Robot is like a transformer. You know, like the type that fights for Cybertron but doesn’t actually mange to hit anything with its laser. During the days the venue functions as a quirky cafe; at nights it turns into Bitter and Love, a fun cocktail bar.

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Coffee Chic | Elephant Grounds, Hong Kong

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Located in one of the most chic neighborhood in HK, is Elephant Grounds, a coffee shot that pride itself in sourcing beans from small farm producers from all over the world. They independently roast their beans in small batches to ensure consistency and quality.

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16 of Seoul’s Coolest Coffee and Dessert Shops

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South Korea, the nation of Kimchi has turned in recent years to a nation of coffee shops. In a city with more than 17,000 coffee shops (source: reuters), it’s not surprising that some of them are among the most extraordinary and bizarre themed cafe joints in the world! Korean themed cafes include ring making cafe, cat, dog and even sheep cafe, Hello Kitty themed cafe, Lego Cafe, selfie cafe and a photo studio cafe. Just think of a concept – there’s probably already a cafe in Seoul just like that!

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Matcha Ado About Nothing | BackDoor By Sunny, Tel Aviv

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A while back we visited Nithan Thai, and wrote all about it. Today we share with you what’s going on in its backyard. BackDoor by Sunny is an Asian inspired bakery which is located, you guessed it right, right at the back of Nithan Thai. The bakery was opened a few months ago by Sunny Deri, one of the most esteemed pastry chefs in Israel today. Since our visit, though, Deri decided to leave due to “incompatibility with Nithan Thai’s chef” according to Time Out magazine (Hebrew).

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OmNomNomad’s Foodie Guide to Copenhagen

Last September we spent four and a half days in Copenhagen. Even though we couldn’t get a table at Noma, Copenhagen is full of other culinary gems. This guide follows our trip through this fantastic city. While it’s not a complete guide by all means, I did spend quite some time researching online for an itinerary that includes a variety of interesting places, kitchens and activities. The gamut runs between cheap street food and Michelin starred restaurant.

This guide is divided into 5 sections: Breakfast\Brunch, Coffee Shops\Bakeries, Restaurants, Food Markets and Smørrebrød (traditional Danish dish). Each section also includes tips to what kind of things you can see and do in the area and of course a link to the full story on our blog.
At the end of the post you’ll find a map with all the places mentioned for your convenience.

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A Cup o’ Jørn | The Coffee Collective, Copenhagen

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Coffee is an essential part of our day. Traveling abroad changes much of our daily routine; In fact, it turns it upside down. One thing remains the same, though, and that is the need for caffeine. Every city has its own coffee shrine, and in the city of Copenhagen that shrine is no other than The Coffee Collective.

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3D Latte Cats and Cartoon Cheese Cake | La Douce, Seoul

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South Korea, the nation of Kimchi has turned in recent years to a nation of coffee shops. In a city with more than 17,000 coffee shops (source: reuters), it’s not surprising that some of them are among the most extraordinary and bizarre themed cafe joints in the world! Korean themed cafes include ring making cafe , cat, dog and even sheep cafe, Hello Kitty themed cafe, Lego Cafe, selfie cafe and a photo studio cafe. Just think of a concept – there’s probably already a cafe in Seoul just like that!

 

Travelling in Seoul, It’s impossible to avoid the cafe craze. When I was planning our trip, I made sure to include a visit to some of its more unique cafes and I will be sharing those experiences here during the next couple of weeks. The first cafe experience I shared was from the Poop Cafe in Insadong. Today I’m going to take you to a different neighborhood – Hongdae and another quirky, yet more subtle, cafe place – La Douce.

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