TraffiqueFest is the first pop up market in Serpong Tangerang that presented by Mall Alam Sutera, BongChandra group, Indovidgram dan Dagelan. They brought “Retro Christmas” to their theme for this first time.
Dominated with wood and black which emphasising its cozy side, Six Degrees Coffee Drinkers is a lovely place to hang out in Serpong or Tangerang area. The derivation of the cafe name “6 Degrees” came from the “six degrees of separation” theory that says a chain of “a friend of a friend” statements can be made to
Nanny’s Pavillon, a conceptual French American restaurant that first opened its door in Bandung, is now opened in Summarecon Mal Serpong with another new concept, FAMILY ROOM! It’s not the first time for them to be in Tangerang area as they also have a branch in Flavor Bliss, Alam Sutera with BARN concept.
Local Fest ID, The biggest urban local creative festival — from art, music,fashion, movie to food is back!! Happening at Grand Indonesia level 5 from 18-21 September 2014. They have more than 120 tenants of F&B such as Sushi Rakyat, BurGreens, Stereo Desserts, KeLaSi, etc. and fashion brands such as Lollitatoo, Ayang Cempaka, SeliTToes, Shop Deca,
Macaron is a sweet meringue-based confection made with egg white, icing sugar, granulated sugar, almond powder or ground almond, and food colouring. The macaron is commonly filled with ganache, buttercream or jam filling sandwiched between two biscuits. The name is derived from the Italian word macarone, maccarone or maccherone, the Italian meringue. Many cafés will
Warning: This post contains mouthwatering images. You may continue if you can stay calm and not lick your screen. So… great news everyone! If you’re in a hurry or you have no oven but you are assigned to make dessert for the party, there are 5 dessert recipes with no oven needed. 1. Chewy S’mores
After wondering around Bugis on Friday night, finding a place that still open and not crowded isn’t easy. Few places we wanted to try but end up closed for private event or closed or couldn’t use card to pay. Luckily, this cafe called I am… still open and not too crowded! This café located at
Food and art. Two things we can find around Bugis area. The famous street in Bugis is Haji lane, located at the side of North Bridge Road. If we go to the other side of the road, which is along Victoria Street, we’ll pamper our eyes with street art and our tummy with good food.
Another cosy place in Yong Siak Street for your Saturday morning brunch or Friday night dinner. With dishes inspired by potato and variety of hot brewing tea, they named their bistro cafe poTEAto. Finding this place is not hard but since it’s taking a kinda corner space, sometimes you might miss this place – like
Probably the cutest cafe ever! La Marelle which located around Kampong Glam area has the cutest mural art & decoration ever. Had a chance to drop by for a while for a coffee break. Wanted to try their red velvet which people said it’s a must-try dessert here but it’s already sold out 🙁