WOW.. what is there to say, Never under estimate a nobody!
Iceland have showed all about being an underdog and having a great team!
Yesterday they beat England (#Exit)
So cool, there was nothing they could do.
And this, the Viking way of thanking their fans, AWESOME!
I saw this movie the other week, it was hilarious! Some might say this or that. But I think many can relate to it in some points!
It has been quite some time I saw a french movie I actually ENJOYED ^^
I recommend this if you want laughter!
Title: Qu'est-ce qu'on a fait au Bon Dieu? English title: Serial (Bad) Weddings Release dates: 16 April 2014 (France) Running time: 97 minutes Country: France Language: French
Claude Verneuil, a Gaullist notary, and his wife Marie, a Catholic bourgeois from Chinon, are parents of four daughters: Isabelle, Odile, Ségolène, and Laure. The three eldest are already married to men, each one of a different religion and a different ethnic origin: Isabelle married Rashid Ben Assem, an Algerian Muslim lawyer, Odile married David Benichou, a Sephardi Jew entrepreneur, and Ségolène married Chao Ling, a Han Chinese banker. The Verneuils pretend to accept their sons-in-laws but have had a hard time hiding their comfortability in accepting people into the family from outside the community. A family meeting is spoiled because of the awkwardness and clichés about race and religion, stated as much by the father as by the sons-in-laws who even exchange insulting communitarian views to and about each other...
Christian Clavier as Claude Verneuil
Chantal Lauby as Marie Verneuil
Medi Sadoun as Rashid Ben Assem
Ary Abittan as David Benichou
Frédéric Chau as Chao Ling
Noom Diawara as Charles Kofi
Frédérique Bel as Isabelle Ben Assem Verneuil
Julia Piaton as Odile Benichou Verneuil
Émilie Caen as Ségolène Ling Verneuil
Élodie Fontan as Laure Verneuil
Élie Semoun as the Psychologist
Pascal Nzonzi as André Kofi, Father of Charles
Salimata Kamate as Madeleine Kofi, Mother of Charles
Tatiana Rojo as Viviane Kofi, Sister of Charles
Loïc Legendre as the Priest of Chinon
We walk pass this place almost every day as it's on the way home!
It has been crowded ever since it opened, and it's a 90 day wait to get a table! A first for Sweden!!
But we did it, we waited! and we got a good table.
We also invited my parents as they also had heard good things about this place. And the more the merrier right? We went all in and ordered a 3 courses meal.
We loved the food, and it's very affordable considering what you get on the plate!! I'd never do it myself and the tastes are just awesome, I wonder how they do it, all the components mixed together like a beautiful marriage ^^;;
Mum and I shared the delicious bleak roe, while my dad and darling chose the veal tartar, both very delicious, and although I love raw meat, the roe won this battle!
For main both mum and I took the Char, it was delicious, I never eat it at home to be honest so it was a great choice. My darling chose the lamb shoulder, which was cooked very well.
And dad chose the Halibut, can't find the picture, but that too was delicious.
Then we shared two portions of their Raspberry deluxe dessert, also this a master piece of deliciousness on a plate.
There were no flaws and I understand the popularity, the food is worth every penny!
If I can have ONE thing to complain about, then it was the wine, I think I have never been served so little in a wine glass before. Delicious wine but yes, not a lot.
If you want to go, be prepared and book in advance. Eat it all!!
bread and grated butter
Veal tatar mixed veggies
Bleak roe with potato cake, sour cream and onion
Char with veggies, roe, sour cream
Biscuit with mini meringue, mixed raspberries - frozen, cooked, fresh and a raspberry sorbet