On the weekend of June 13 – 15, Fesch’Markt, a market festival for art and design, was held at the Ottakringer beer brewery. A fun event with chill-out music, great food, and really cool, under-the-radar design.
Polka-dotted and gray shirts are always a good idea
Flight seats re-purposed as a couch
This would be a great addition (get it? haha) to any home
I absolutely love these plates, and I would have gotten them if putting food on them would cover the design
These miniskirts with built-in hotpants (to prevent from slipping) from Minirox are just too cute. I bought two!
The next Fesch’Markt is on on November 14 – 16. Looking forward to visit that one, too!
It’s 4AM Vienna time, so why not blog about food at this hour? I love Chinese food; it’s really good comfort food, but it also reminds me of celebrations. I usually haunt the same few places for some good old eat-all-you-can buffet, but last Saturday, I wanted to try something else. Some place with good reviews and recommendations, a great ambience (none of the stress of trying to eat all you can), and nice location. So off to Sinohouse we went.
Our aperitifs – the Sinohouse Mojito for me, Campari Orange for Julie – and free appetizers!
Baked fish with sweet chili sauce on mangoes ❤
The Chef’s Mix Dim Sum selection. Except for the Siu Mai, I don’t know what the others are called, but everything was good!
I love their lamps!
The star of the meal: the Singapore style pepper crab. This is a must- try!
I gave Vicky some temporary tattoos. She wanted to have one on her back, like Tante Ody. Some role model, I am.
Mochi! Different from the Japanese mochi I’m used to, this has coconut in different tastes and textures.
My favorite among the desserts we tried: sticky rice with mango. So simple, but so heavenly.
Green pancakes with toasted and candied coconut shreds and coconut cream on the side.