clouds in my coffee

I always loved Ghent, so I try to visit it on a regular basis. Mostly because my bestie lives there, but also because the city hosts the raddest spots in Belgium. My job is to find out about these and meet up with the bestie at one of them. On top of my bucket list (until recently) was Clouds in my Coffee.

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The bestie approved because it’s only a 10-minute walk from where she lives. Instead of writing a million sentences about how I loved this place, let me just sum up a few reasons:
– amazing coffee (though they still need some practice in the latte art department)
– confetti system decorations (I need this in my home office)
Рamazing cakes courtesy of Les Tartes de Fran̤oise
– the brains behind it all is Veva van Sloun, founder of webshop I/Object Store

As you can imagine, I’ll visit this place again (and again and again).

1 Comment

  1. Oh God, this place is addictive, ever since I went for the first time I’ve been numerous times. You just HAVE to try the “I love you a latte’ brunch, it’ll blow your mind!

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