Browsing Tag: lunch @en

Hotspot: Ver Van Hier boekenwinkel voor kids | UrbanMoms.nl

NEW KIDPROOF HOTSPOT IN ROTTERDAM: VER VAN HIER [far from here]

I’m Lisette, 33 years old and mom of Ruben (’14). Together with hubby Stefan we live in Rotterdam. Next to my job as Advisor Marketing & Communication, I started the blog Kleine Rotterdammer at the end of 2014. On UrbanMoms, I gladly share my favourite hotspots in Rotterdam. Good news, the number of kidproof hotspots in Rotterdam is growing! Recently ‘Ver van Hier’ opened her doors on the Kleiweg 69 and that means another great place to take the kids. (more…)

Tiong Bahru Bakery Singapore - hotspot | UrbanMoms.nl

ANOUKS FAVORITE BREAKFAST, COFFEE AND LUNCH HOTSPOTS IN SINGAPORE

Anouk van der EL, creator of the TimeCapsules and Little Quote Jar, lives with her husband and two sons in Singapore for a year now. Especially for UrbanMoms, she puts her favorite breakfast, coffee and lunch hotspots in a row. If the big brands like Chanel, Louis Vuitton fall outside your budget and taste -like with me-, then the neighborhoods Tiong Bahru and Little India (especially Haji Lane) offer a solution! In these neighborhoods you will find the smaller boutique shops and cheerful coffee and lunch hotspots. (more…)

Usine koffie lunch diner | UrbanMoms.nl

USINE: A TYPICAL EINDHOVEN HOTSPOT FOR COFFEE, LUNCH OR DINER

Hi, I’m Lonneke and I live in Eindhoven with husband and 2 kids. I’m self-employed and I blog on Bubblemint.nl too. I love design, citytrips (Stockholm, NY, Berlin, London… but cities in Holland as well!) and I love to go out with the kids! In Eindhoven a lot has changed the last few years and that’s a very good thing! There is a lot of creativity and especially the trending area Strijp-S (old Philipsterrain) is a good example of that. Usine is a lovely hotspot in Eindhoven where we love te go for coffee, lunch or diner. This industrial building in the Lighttower of Philips, used to be a factory where lightballs where made. The pride of Eindhoven! The ambiance of the historic industry is still there. (more…)