From Korea to New York, bonding over food has been a big part of my life. Those moments with family & friends were savored and well documented, whether it was cooking up a recipe at home or dining out at up and coming restaurants. Then to share my love for food along with some traveling adventures, #WhatKellyEats became to be!


Amsterdam is a chill city with lots and lots of food and apple pies.

Winkel 43

The first thing we did when we landed in Amsterdam was to get some apple pie (bad lighting but great slice of scrumptious apple pie #yummmmm).

Villa Zeeicht

Then we had another slice of apple pie. Both were great, but this one was definitely my favorite, because it included a scoop of vanilla ice cream #doubleyummmm.

Kantjil & de Tijger

An Indonesian restaurant where you get a bunch of sharable big meals to feast together. Make sure you bring a bit appetite with you when you visit Kantjil & de Tijger.

Photo of Katjil Rusttafel and some Hoegaarden



It was late at night and to our surprise a lot of the restaurants were about to close. Thankfully, Envy let us in (thank you!). They had a lovely tapas dinner menu and an overall cozy, warm and romantic atmosphere / vibes. #MichelinStarRestaurant

Photo of Pork Belly

Bakers & Roasters

For our last brunch in Amsterdam, we found a great brunch spot to feast before our trip to Copenhagen. My boyfriend and I loved that they had many healthy options... healthy options that were indulgent and delicious! 

Photos of Egg Florentine, Cobb Salad, and Green Shakshuka


Pannenkokenhuis Upstairs

A must in Amsterdam! The Bali Pancakes had a good splash of some Pisang Ambon, banana flavored dutch liqueur. As for my boyfriend, he got something savory, Bacon, Cheese & Tomato Pancakes. Pro tip: try to go early, as we got lucky and arrived just in time before all the reserved seats started filling up.


For a quick Asian grub, Ruby is the way to go. Overall, they have great Asian food and service. (FYI, this is outside of the main city.)

Photo of Ma Pho Doufu and Sieu Yeh