Ladurée – Brunch In Paris Like Never Before

Before I left, the friend reminded constantly to try Ladurée french toasts for they were the best he had tasted. Since I did not get to try them on my first trip to Paris, I made sure I am not going to miss them a second time. We went to the outlet at Rue Royale,…

L’Absinthe – Thoughtful, Modern French Cuisine

L’Absinthe located at 1st arrondissement is on Michelin guide 2016 and was also recommended by the locals. It was a good location being near Rue Saint Honoré (after all that shopping) and conveniently located near our hotel (yay) since the easy accessibility also means we can get back quickly after dinner. This place proved to…

La Bourse et La Vie – Upmarket Bistro, Traditional French Fare

La Bourse et La Vie, an upmarket bistro is helmed by chef Daniel Rose, who also brought Spring to fame. The 29-seats bistro is small and cozy, serving traditional French cuisine and reservations need to be made way in advance. There was a mix of tourists and locals while we were dining there and it proved…

Chateau Rigaud – The Wedding Day & Party After

The wedding day. Woke up bright and early for hair since the makeup artist needs some time to doll everyone up. The bride hired a local makeup artist by the name of Laura who lived 30 minutes away from the place and by the time the artist was done with the bride, it’s time for…

Travelogue: Peaceful Geneva and Mesmerizing Paris

We passed by Montreux, a place known for holiday resorts for the rich. The main attraction there is the Chillon Castle, a historic castle in Lake Geneva which is probably the most visited attraction of the country. It was built originally to allow the occupants to extract a toll from people and goods passing between…