A classic french bistro meets an american diner! Foiegwa may first seem like a spelling mistake but it isn’t! It actually reflects the anglophone pronounciation for “foie gras”.
Hong Kong is most probably my favourite city in the world. If there was a place I could choose to live, it would be Hong Kong! This city is blessed with an endless number of attractions. In fact, every time I visit, I am always amazed by the grandeur and the energy of the city, which never lets down! Whether you are a first time visiter or a seasoned vet, there is no doubt that Hong Kong will surprise you!
A Pearl has opened in Griffintown! Perles et Paddock is the latest hot spot in town for all foodies alike, cocktail lovers and party people that look for a dreamlike environment that combines great atmosphere, fantastic food and exquisite cocktails. If you want to be seen or see beautiful people, this is the place to be in town!
January 2018 probably was the coldest month I have experienced during my entire life. With temperatures going from +3 degrees (such a luxury) to -30 degrees (help!), winter in Montreal has been rather naughty. Nevertheless, seeing the entire city all in white felt like being in a wonderful “snow-land”. In addition, if it is cold outdoor, that also means more cocooning indoor… more food, more movie watching, more relaxing times.
Shanghai is a city that never sleeps but also a city which is dear to my heart. It is one of my favourite cities in the world if not my favourite. The reason is simple: it is the first city I visited, lived and explored in Asia when I was still a student. Having returned recently to the Pearl of the Orient, I wanted to share a list of the top 10 things to do in Shanghai!