Sunday, July 15, 2007

It's Fresh, It's French & It Rocks

1 Habourfront Walk
#01-163 Vivocity

Sometimes all it takes is ham and cheese to make me happy. And I trust I’m not only one that shares this thought. The numerous permutations that this trusty combination has taken humble or posh, is well, countless. The French have their croque-monsieur and the croque-madame if you are in an eggy mood, the Italians are the land of ham and cheese and the ubiquitous ham-kaas tosties in the cafés Amsterdam… these are just a few that I can think of at the moment.

I have good memories of cutting out of class to hang out with KD, to share a cuppa, which is usually accompanied with a ham-kaas tosti (probably the most often used dutch words by us) where we talked about everything and nothing. Whilst I very unfortunately do not have that privilege anymore, I’ve found a good equivalent. This ham & cheese rocks my lunch-time world: the ‘authentic’ tartine from Fre(n)sh Café.


Blogger His Food Blog said...

Oh.. I absolutely love that place.. nice ambience.. friendly staffs.. their creme brulee is soOoo good... and I recently fell in love with their salad... has since went back again...

Below are the links to my earlier entries on Fre(n)sh...

10:22 PM  
Blogger His Food Blog said...

Oops.. I reckon the links are too long...


10:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, I enjoy your blog! Am so glad someone has discovered that place- love the rillettes and creme brulee!

11:50 AM  
Blogger Violet said...

Ham and cheese and a good bread are like the holy trinity in my book! ;)

3:17 AM  
Blogger Anitha said...

Ah meat and dairy on bread. My choice last meal in the making. Tapas Tree has this Smoked Salmon on baguette appetizer which I absolutely love to death.

6:00 PM  

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