It’s been a long time since we wanted to try this place out, months and months. Rather delighted by Le Pichet in Seattle, French cuisine has been more on my radar. Often reserved a week or two in advance, it’s difficult to get a table and if you’re planning to [...]
Tucked away near Seattle’s Pike Place Market is a small french restaurant named “Le Pichet“. The overwhelmingly positive reviews on Yelp, as well as advice from a Seattle local, encouraged us to try it out. The overall experience was delightful.
Upon entering, you really feel what the place has that sets [...]
Thierry Patisserie in downtown Vancouver fills what seems to be an emerging niche in the coffee market: a classier espresso cafe which focuses more on fancy dessert offerings rather than coffee and espresso. The decor is reminiscent of Thomas Haas Patisserie, with its wood-based decor, small round tables, and even the tiny airplane-sized [...]
High Tea vs Afternoon Tea:
Interestingly enough, “high tea” in Vancouver is a misnomer. What we call “high tea” is actually called “afternoon tea” or “low tea” in England and the United Kingdom. Afternoon tea is, as the name suggests, a cup of tea meant to be taken in the early afternoon, accompanied by [...]
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