I don’t think it’s possible to visit Portland, Oregon and skip out on going out for brunch. In fact, if your stomach can take it, you’d be tempted to eat way more than your average three meals a day: breakfast, brunch, lunch, linner, dinner, and dessert anyone? This took us to Tasty n Sons in [...]
Alright you can call me mad, but despite being Asian, I LOVE my meat and potatoes. In fact, I’ve gotten myself into some trouble before because of my love for potatoes. Anyways, I couldn’t have been more excited to try out this next joint, and I apologize for the photo as it’s not among the [...]
It was a random Sunday and I was due for a catch up lunch with some friends I had not seen in a while. Having attended a wedding with an open bar the night before, one of my two friends was in need of something greasy and carb filled to help with his post wedding [...]
I think it was quite recently that Vancouver started going back to the more basic indulgences. And what’s the most classic one of all? Donuts! We all remember growing up watching Homer Simpson devour them like they were the best thing since sliced bread.
We had just finished the Grouse Grind, and to treat ourselves [...]
Now I’m not sure what a traditional Mainland China breakfast consists of, but the only restaurants I found open in the early morning in Yangshuo were cafes serving Western breakfasts and local restaurants serving noodles or congee. Since Western food cost about five times as much as the local counterparts, it’s easy to decide where [...]
If there was one dining experience that got me really excited about eating in Sydney it would be this one. Because I was unable to experience a dinner at the famous Tetsuya’s that EVERYONE in Sydney talks about, my local friend suggested trying Three Blue Ducks.
Now being a foreigner, I [...]
Not quite Japanese cuisine, despite the name. With a name like Hokkaido Dairy Farm, you probably don’t expect it to be a breakfast cafe, but that’s exactly what it is. Its interior features decor that’s more modern, but other than that, it’s pretty much the same as every other breakfast cafe.
On the bright side, [...]
A hipster Hong Kong cafe. At first, I figured Cafe Matchbox to be a typical foreigner cafe, but oddly enough, their pretty little menus only list items in Chinese. You can ask for an English menu, but it’s printed on a plain blue paper.
There are two locations, both in Causeway Bay, and I [...]
I should have known better. I arrived in Hong Kong on a Monday afternoon, eager to sample the city’s culinary delights. Unfortunately for me, I chose probably one the worst places to eat, falling for their accessible, English menus (+1). Later, I was told that Maxim’s is considered fast food. Whoops.
To be honest, [...]
After mentioning to my coworkers about having my best eggs Benedict ever at Lola, one told me about his favorite benny place. It was this little Montreal Deli in Yaletown, downtown Vancouver called PHAT. Going to a deli, I should have known better to order something with some deli meats in [...]
Who is C&C?Serious about dining. Serious about photography. We're a group of 7 individuals that love food and appreciate good photography. With a wide palette of individuals, we're able to deliver frequent updates and great photos from various cuisines. We're sure to satisfy your food blog needs. [More]