Posts Tagged ‘deli’

NEW SPOT: SIS. DELI+CAFE HELSINKI

April 17, 2011

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you like their typography and packaging.
  2. If you like the eco movement. That’s their speciality.
  3. If you want a good cup of coffee or a sandwich.

Check out: www.sisdeli.fi

(Images via Remodelista.com – a blog worth following)

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TRIED & TESTED: DELI ROTTERDAM

March 26, 2011

Most striking feature:

Hotspots are like fashion. Just like bright colors are hot this season, so is cool typography at hotspots. When I got the invitation, it reminded me of the Wye River General Store in Australia or this map of London. I love it! Contain.r, a Dutch communication office did the graphic design for this newly opened deli. It’s a great addition to the Euromast itself. And it’s next to the Park, so, in summer, you can order a picknick basket in here. I tried the Crepe with apple and Nutella and it’s a real sweet treat. But the Tarte Flamblée is also a good option. It’s reasonably priced and kids are very welcome in here.

Check out: www.euromast.nl

NEW SPOT: DE VEGETARISCHE SLAGER DEN HAAG

December 2, 2010

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you’re vegetarian.
  2. If you’re having a die hard vegetarian friend and you want to let him know that chicken satay can be made without the chicken but with the same taste.
  3. If you love great packaging. They sell herbs in cool, minimalistic boxes.

Check out: www.devegetarischeslager.nl

NEWSFLASH: GEORGE IN MARQT AMSTERDAM

September 16, 2010


I’m very, very curious about the new George in eco supermarché Marqt – I mean: an ubercool café in a fashionable supermarket: if you don’t like buying your groceries on saturday, you do now. Cafe George is already a household name in Amsterdam. They opened their first café on the Leidsegracht and last year they touched down in posh Oud Zuid.

Watch their site – or mine – for the official opening date: www.cafegeorge.nl

NEW SPOT: EARL’S GOURMET GRUB LA

June 25, 2010

3 reasons to go to this übercool deli:

  1. To get yourself a sandwich or a Popeye breakfast
  2. To get yourself inspired by the beautiful architecture (cheers up for Free Land Buck)
  3. The interior is inspired on the Swiss Alps – so if you don’t have the money to go skiing there, you might as well take a good look at their wall.

Check out: www.earlsgourmetgrub.com

Photos by Lawrence Anderson