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Posted on May 24, 2017



BREW92°BREW92° is where good food and great coffee meet. The relatively new coffee cafe is not one to be missed.  Having gone several times over the months I wanted to share this Jeddah based gem with all of you. For starters the coffee menu is impressive, cold brew, chemex, french press just to name a few methods on how these guys are pouring that black liquid  gold into our mugs. Read more

Posted on March 12, 2017

Maison de Zaid



Just look at those pancakes, seriously could you really resist. As you may already know I am a frequent FOURSQUARE user, I can be on it for hours searching, reading and exploring all the restaurants in my neighborhood, city and even sometimes country, I can tell you that 9 out 10 times I would have checked the reviews on FOURSQUARE before deciding to eat at a restaurant or not. Anyhow, once I returned to Jeddah the first thing I looked up what breakfast spots (it’s a Friday tradition) and of course these delectable mini pancakes popped out at me. That is what lead us to Maison de Zaid this past Friday. Read more

Posted on March 7, 2017

Italian Touch Cafe (it.)



One of the newer places to eat here in Jeddah has become the cafe/eatery type restaurants. Basically very cutely decorated dining atmospheres that serve up all the things a cafe would have, so extensive coffee and tea menus, as well as huge glass cases filled with delectable pastries and desserts. They  often have a good sized  breakfast/lunch menu  that can be easily eaten throughout the day; an assortment of soups, sandwiches, salads etc. Read more

Posted on March 5, 2017




BOGA SUPERFOODS is Jeddah’s answer to healthy eating. As well as mine to be truthfully honest, it’s been hard eating healthy post-baby and it only makes it harder when all you want is something to fill you up. I know all the gibberish that comes with healthy eating, macros, vegan, plant-based blah blah. Basically everyone has a take on what is healthy, I’ll settle with simple fresh food that hasn’t been overly processed. That is exactly what BOGA offers, and with the looks of it people are enjoying it. There is always a line out the door when we come (which is often) and the food always seems to satisfy.  Read more

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