2.3.16

Sunday brunch at Bouneweger Stuff & Indian Bazaar

On Sunday I went for brunch with D (who went with me to Dubai and London in November). He had suggested Bouneweger Stuff. When I got there, complimentary bread and sweet spreads were waiting at the table. We ordered orange juice and coffees and we both chose the vegan brunch platter, which was huge. In addition I ordered a soft boiled egg. Needless to say, I was unable to eat all of it. 
After brunch I went to the annual Indian Bazaar, which was packed with people. 
The Prime Minister had visited earlier and while I was there, Luxembourg's Prince Guillaume made an appearance. I managed to take a couple of photos and then I rushed off to watch Demolition with Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts, which was shown in the context of the Lux Film Festival. It was a funny but also sad movie and I was crying at the end... 

33 comments

  1. What a cool place looks beautiful
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  2. The details on the clothing at the Indian Bazaar look amazing!

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  3. OMG that plate of food looks so incredible! Drooling!

    Sxx
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  4. Beautiful! And that plate of food looks so good - amazing what vegan chefs can do when they know how. x

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  5. Very colorful post. I love everything about the Indian culture!

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  6. Ooh that brunch looks amazing, love that it's vegan too! britishmermaid.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. The brunch looks good, I have to try it! I didn't know about the Indian Bazar until I saw your picture on IG, too bad I'll have to wait for next year.

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  8. Love Bouneweger Stuff brunch! I also watched Demolition on Sunday in Cinémathèque after my volunteer-shift in the Festival. Really liked the movie :)

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  9. That's a very strange name for a restaurant - sounds like a bit of a hotspot with all the celebrities and politicians appearing!

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  10. Oh I see how huge it was, looks really yummy! I didnt watch the movie but if is sad I tend to avoid!:P Kisses! xo

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  11. Amazing, it the food looks good. I have not seen that film, but I am interested in it now. <3
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  12. Great photos! That brunch looks amazing, and I'm loving the beautiful detail shots of the clothing at the Indian Bazaar!

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  13. The food looks delicious. How cool you saw the Prime Minister and Luxembourg's Prince at the bazaar!

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  14. That looks like a very nice brunch spread! Very cool that the Prince Guillaume made an appearance while you were there.

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  15. Dressed With Soul3/02/2016 6:41 pm

    It must be so amazing there!

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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  16. Amazing photos I loved this so much looks great :) http://www.bauchlefashion.com

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  17. wow great experiences! way to capture them all!

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  18. Amazing images and what a beautiful saree.

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  19. PLAYING WITH APPAREL3/03/2016 2:46 am

    Oh wow how amazing are these pictures, beautiful.

    Happy Wednesday

    Filipa xxx
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  20. Looks like such a fun day! That brunch looks unbelievably delicious! You have to love a place that offers vegan brunch options!

    xx, Caitlin
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  21. streetmadonna3/03/2016 3:36 am

    How beautiful! These pics are amazing! Thanks for sharing!
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  22. wow!!! amazing food!! and those details (hair and outfit) are impeccable!

    Happy March

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  23. Wow, these photos are amazing! How beautiful!
    xx Elisa
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  24. Siffat Haider3/03/2016 1:59 pm

    Your photos are so vibrant and capture the Indian heritage so well! The food looks incredible too!
    xo
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  25. Love your photos! Sounds like a great day and that food looks absolutely delicious! :D xx

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  26. These pictures are amazing ! The food looks delicious !
    Nina
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  27. The event looked like an absolute blast. What a festivity filled with fun and not to mention those impressive amount of food <3

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  28. Beautiful pictures!

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  29. Looks like you were pretty close to the Prince! Is the Indian Bazaar like a sort of annual festival? or is it more like a market place? The food looks good as always! I feel like we could be food buddies, Anouk! As for Demolition, I have yet to see it. Love Jake (I joke sometimes that he is my husband :P )

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  30. Yes, it's kind of a festival with food, entertainment and goods to buy - all for projects to help people in India and Nepal. Oh, who wouldn't want to have Jake as their husband :D

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  31. Corie Bratter3/11/2016 2:27 pm

    BS is just next to where I live (still for another month) but I have never been there for brunch as it is always packed and I cannot make up my mind on Sunday morning :)
    But from these pictures definitely look worth it!
    Corie

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