Posts tagged japanese

Guilo Guilo (Paris)

I’m never usually the first person to dive headfirst into the pool of disappointment that is Japanese cuisine in Paris. But after a few reputable recommendations, it was hard to resist a visit to Guilo Guilo. The Kaiseki restaurant so good, they named it twice. We sat (as advised) around the corner of the bar… Continue reading

Bia Mara (Antwerp)

You may be asking yourself – who goes to Antwerp? Business people? Anarchists? The Dutch? While all of these may be true, we stopped through here on our way to Bruges, and in an attempt to avoid Brussels. We also had a friend who’d been living in the city for the months prior and was… Continue reading

Sokyo (Pyrmont)

I’ve never been a fan of Casinos. I find the ambience abrasive and the decor always freshly outdated. Not even the exemption to the Sydney lock-out laws could temporarily persuade me to lift my prejudices to this awful contrast of cashed-up tourists and mortgage foreclosure victims. There are, however, a couple of understandable reasons to… Continue reading