Moving Notice!

To my dearest followers,

Thank you for your huge support throughout the past 2 years! As we head towards 2016, I have a great news to share with all of you – For Two, Please has obtained its own domain name and will continue to bring top quality content to you at 🙂 I greatly appreciate all of your support and encouragement. Without you, I won’t have the motivation to continue blogging. Thank you for keeping me going 😀

For those of you who have previously signed up to follow the blog via email subscription, don’t worry. Your subscription will be going along with me to the new site.  You will continue to receive email notifications of new posts as before. followers,  you will see new posts in the Reader, but not via email. To ensure that you will not miss out on any updates, it is highly encouraged to subscribe to the new site at

In the meanwhile, if you experience any problems in accessing the new site, please don’t hesitate to contact me in the comments below 🙂

P.S. Kev and I just came back from our honeymoon. We couldn’t wait to share our trip to the Philippines with you. New posts coming soon next week on the new site. Stay tuned!



Calgary Restaurant: Suzette Bistro

Whenever I got a chance to stroll along 4th street, I would peek through the window of Suzette Bistro and check how busy it was. As a newly opened restaurant, it has been gaining quite a bit of attention. I constantly heard people around me mentioning about the wonderful French dishes it brought to the table. This summer, I got the chance to meet up with a fellow blogger, Candy from Candy Eats, for brunch. Since neither of us had dined at Suzette before, it made the perfect meet-up spot for food lovers like us!

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Calgary Restaurant: Burger 320

This is the first year Kev and I attended Beakerhead, a week-long city-wide festival that celebrates engineered art. It did not only engage ingenious engineers, artists and scientists to showcase their talent and creativity, but also brought a whole new experimental dining experience to Calgarians. This year, creative chefs were called upon to explore a specific theme – eggs!

Looking through the list of participating restaurants in Engineered Eats, I recognized a burger place that we hadn’t explored yet – Burger 320. On top of that, it invented an intriguing, egg-citing dessert that made me curious to know how it tasted!

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Calgary Restaurant: Market


There is a big movement in Calgary in the recent years towards local and sustainable sourced food to promote healthy eating. We began seeing many restaurants with a focus on quality of life and interest in building relationships with local farmers has come to dominate the food marketplace.  Click to read more!

Calgary Restaurant: Anju

As an aficionado of Korean cooking and Asian fusion cuisine, Anju had long been on my list of places to eat. The only reason I held off from dining there was Kev’s low tolerance for spicy food. Last month, when he finally suggested for us to eat there, I was ravished with delight!


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