Sunday afternoon in a Franco-Japanese teahouse in Paris. If you do not know anything about Japanese delicacies, “Tomo” is a great address to try them for the first time. Either a Dorayaki or a Wagashi, you will adore tasting each creation, YES, but also the story behind them. Let’s start from the beginning… Franco-Japanese friendship […]Read more "“Tomo” Parisian teahouse: Franco-Japanese handicraft creations"
I miss Seoul everyday. So, I decided to go left bank with my best friend Camille, on a rainy Saturday, and try that new Korean coffee I heard about : Plus82. We have spent three hours, sitting and talking, but it actually seemed to be 15-minutes long. We ate “Bingsu” alongside with that very sweet […]Read more "Plus82, when Seoul meets Paris"