With new developments in the sub urban area, more and more big franchise restaurants are taking up the commercial areas. Back in the days, small towns have commerce and residence all mismatched on the same street. Biking around with my group of friends a few years ago, we came across a restaurant situated on a purely residential area. Recently that restaurant came to my mind and I was wondering if it was still alive there. So I paid a visit and it sure was standing strong!
On the occasion of my friend’s birthday, he invited our small group of friends to go dine in a restaurant situated in the Village: Mezcla.
When I got in, I was welcomed by a modern designed interior with a welcoming staff. The decor is not unusual and is something that one would typically find in a trendy bistro. Continue Reading…
Whenever someone says “Nos Thes”, it is bound that someone mistakes it as an Italian.
Nos thes first started on St-Mathieu, where it was known to brew their own tea for bubble tea. Fast forward, now there are a few locations of Nos Thes and they serve food as well, specialising on Taiwanese food. Being a big fan of homemade noodles, I couldn’t wait to try their homemade noodle.
Spring has arrived and summer is just days away. So I took out my Lalavesi Akma Cushion S.S. Natural! It was part of my Korean make up purchase back in January. I already reviewed the Lalavesi Akama Cushion F.W. Classic 2016 here.
I have been using Lalavesi Akma Cushion S.S. Natural in Y6 for 2 weeks now and I love the finish it gives me!
I started with a great plan, but bad cards were in my hand no matter how I played them. I reserved a few months in advance for a dinner cruise at Bateau-Mouche. They operate around May till October. Just in time to celebrate my anniversary with Mr.Butter. How romantic right? Enjoying the nice water of the St-Lawrence river on a boat.
The boarding time was at 6:30pm and the boat would depart at 7pm. I told Mr.Butter to pick me up at 5pm, so we would have enough time to stroll around Old Port and eventually walk all the way to the Jacques Cartier Quai, where we would take the boat. Surprise!
That was how the plan was suppose to unfold, but things went out of my control. Thankfully, Bateau-Mouche saved the day at the end.