It is surprising that a big city like Brussels still has a lot of green. The Sonian Forest is a forest in Brussels and part of the scattered remains of the ancient Charcoal Forest. It is the perfect place to walk around on a sunny day, riding a bike, or just put down a blanket and have a picnic. Because it is so big, you definitely have to come back multiple times to explore everything.
I love Asian food and luckily I found a friend who agreed to accompany me to Umamido to have some ramen. Ramen is a Japanese dish consisting of noodles served in a yummy broth, flavoured with miso or soy sauce with toppings of pork, vegetables, and sometimes an egg. Although I never had it, I knew I needed to try it.
When I meet with a friend in Brussels, we often first go to the Asian supermarket and then grab a bite to eat in the neighbourhood. Because my friend goes there more often, I let her choose the restaurant. She picked Sanh-Kee, a typical Chinese restaurant famous for its roast duck and meat. We ordered the roast duck, crispy bacon, and roast pork together with some stirfry vegetables with garlic.