Foodies, you’re certainly already know that cereal is an identical food to a breakfast menu for some people. If you want cereal for breakfast, you can now go to the Sunday Bowl Cereal Club, a one-of-a-kind cafe that serves cereal as a main course in a bowl with milk.
Cakes and pastries from Lumiere are a must-try for FooDies who love sweet foods. Anang Hermansyah and Ashanty’s cake shop offers a variety of cakes and pastries with contemporary flavor variants.
FooDies, who hasn’t heard of Kopi Tuku? As a strategic location, this coffee shop is located at a gas station. Kopi Tuku is unconcerned about visitor parking because they have a parking lot where visitors can stop.
A birthday celebration would be incomplete without the presence of a birthday cake. Usually, large birthday cakes are served at birthday celebrations, but because the pandemic has prevented people from getting together, the trend for birthday cakes is a little different.
Pizza is known as a typical Italian food. However, it has grown in popularity in America as the “New York Thin Cust” or New York-style pizza.
Annyeonghaseyo FooDies! When it comes to K-Drama, you must be familiar with Korean snacks such as Tteok-bokki, Gimbap, Hotteok, and many more. Korean dramas with food themes always make you want to try them. Food in K-Drama is usually an interesting interlude in the middle of the plot. When you watch K-Drama, you may experience two emotions at once: hunger for the food and curiosity about the conflict.