Tag Archives: Traditional

Fook Lam Moon – Hong Kong

Wherever I travel, I love to find places with tasty local cuisine. In Hong Kong, if you want to try authentic Cantonese cuisine, you’ll definitely enjoy this address in the heart of Wang Chai district that  makes traditional dishes for three generations. In a refined nostalgic decor, Fook Lam Moon is famous for its suckling […]

Ginza Onodera – Paris

Posted by Amélie on 27 May 2015 / 0 Comment

Where?  In the 1st arrondissement of Paris. What? A real omakase, where the chef makes your sushi following his inspiration. For who? An authentic sushi lover. With whom? His boss, in love with Japanese food, to prove he shares the same refinement and authenticity. My feeling? This delicate journey begins as soon as the wooden and paper […]


Posted by Amélie on 25 Mar 2015 / 2 Comments

Many people cried like me when Rosalba announced that the Gioconda store (on the place du Chatelain, where Peyrassol is now opened) was about to close…. But it was without knowing that Rosalba would launch a new project not far away from there, rue Lesbroussart, where Neptune restaurant was formerly. Piccola store is a deli […]

Emily Ristorante – Brussels

Posted by Thefoodalist on 22 Sep 2014 / 2 Comments

I introduce you the brand new restaurant about which every gourmet is talking at the moment: “Emily Ristorante” opened by Degand House, our Brussels famous tailor. Emily ristorante is a very unique place that doesn’t look like any other place in Brussels. Because Pierre Degand wanted to aim high, very high, and has put all his […]


Posted by Amélie on 28 May 2014 / 0 Comment

Here is my Brussels last and wonderful discovery. “Peï & Meï”, a name that perfectly reflects the humility and sympathy of this authentic and modern Belgian bistro. “Peï & Meï” that means in Brusseleir a guy and a girl in the name of Gauthier and Melissa, the step-son and daughter of Evan, Gril aux Herbes’s […]


Posted by Amélie on 15 Apr 2014 / 0 Comment

If, with my eyes closed, I had to choose a fine italian restaurant in Brussels, it would definitely be Dolce Amaro on Charleroi road. I love it, and I often return there with friends and family. Why? Because the food is fine and excellent and the service and flavors of the dishes are authentic. There […]


Posted by Amélie on 10 Feb 2014 / 0 Comment

In Saint Boniface neighborhood , there is Osteria Bolognese, a little piece of Italy in the heart of Matonge. In a very simple place,  I  discovered a delicatessen counter, surrounded with a few tables with vichy tablecloths. As the decor is very low key, I felt a little skeptical at first. But I was quickly charmed […]


Posted by Amélie on 12 Nov 2013 / 0 Comment

In Woluwe -Saint- Etienne, near Zaventem, there is Espace culinaire Bulthaup.
Located in the kitchens showroom, this huge, bright and design space is perfect to have a business lunch. The menu features seasonal dishes you can taste at the counter or at table. The chef is Pierre Godart, formerly cook at Gril aux Herbes and at […]


Posted by Amélie on 07 Nov 2013 / 0 Comment

Rue Haute, close to the Sablon, there’s the Wine Bar. The warm atmosphere and delicious dishes of this place has totally charmed me. The menu varies according to the season, and is full of good things to discover: chicken liver terrine, foie gras, artisanal Burrata with grilled vegetables, Morteau sausage with green lentils, Irish tab […]


Posted by Amélie on 09 Oct 2013 / 0 Comment

 Close to Place Saint Boniface, there is Unico. A mini “cave-à-manger” opened by former Caffe al dente waitresses and chefs. The menu offers daily a few appetizers, one type of meat, one fish and one pasta to ensure freshness and quality of the dishes. Choice of natural wines. I love: The private and unconventional place […]


Posted by Amélie on 24 Sep 2013 / 0 Comment

In a back alley in Uccle neighborhood, you will find the Pigeon Noir.
 This is a place where I have got my habits, with family or friends.
 The regional cuisine is prepared with talent and excellent products. And its owner, Henri, is a real food lover, and will entertain you with his thousands stories.   […]