North Korea has opened its first “authentic” Italian restaurant on the orders of its leader, Kim Jong-Il, a pro-Pyongyang newspaper said Saturday.
The Chosun Sinbo, often seen as a mouthpiece for North Korea’s communist regime, said the restaurant had proved to be a major hit after it opened in the capital Pyongyang in December.
“I’ve learned through TV and books that pizza and spaghetti are among the world’s famous dishes, but this is the first time that I’ve tasted it,” Jung Un-Suk, 42, told the newspaper, which is published in Japan.
Last time, Lipton teamed up with Pierre Herme and this time, collaborate with the Westin Tokyo!
These freebies are named “Tea time accessory collection”. Eight kinds of faux cakes or cuties are ready for tea time. Via: 8tokyo
Access to French macarons is not readily available if you live in the US for the most part.
However if you are lucky enough to live in Japan, things are different.
Not only are French macarons shops on almost every corner But also there is a ton of macaron toys and souvenirs to be had!
Manolo Blahnik was asked to dress another Coca-Cola Light bottle.
This is the second time for the famous Spanish designer, in fact in 2005 he added a little of his own magic to the Coke bottle and the resulting limited edition have since become a cult classic.
Mr Blahnik was inspired by the joy of “designing something that made him smile”, as he said in 2005.
Are you thirsty just looking this stunning bottle of water?
You’re right because new Evian Haute Couture Bubble Bottle, dressed by internationally acclaimed French designer Jean Paul Gaultier, is really sublime!
But catching one of these objet d’art may be more difficult because only 5 five unique and exclusive bottles for 2009 have been created worldwide.
A London restaurant has come up with a novel idea to drum up custom in the economic downturn: letting customers decide how much they want to pay for their meal.
The Little Bay restaurant in Farringdon is offering the all-you-can-eat deal for the rest of this month, to cater for credit crunch hit workers from the nearby City financial district.
“It’s entirely up to each customer whether they give 100 pounds or a penny,” said owner Peter Ilic. “All I’m asking is they pay me what they think the food and service is worth.