Jocelyn Beckett owns a store completely dedicated to kids and babies in the heart of Antwerp city. Jocelyn’s brother owns a toy brand, a clothing brand, a footwear brand, a TV channel and a FM radio completely dedicated to kids. He is also about to have his own brand for chocolates and kids’ perfumes. Her brother’s company is where Jocelyn buys most of the stuff from.
Jocelyn’s brother is a huge fan of the philosophy, he produces several toys and many cartoon shows where the protagonist is a philosopher.
Jocelyn’s brother recently offered a role to the voice actor – Ian Hamlin after watching all the available episodes of Mr. Magoo but he rejected the offer.
Jocelyn claims that everything in her store is well-organized in the best possible way. She says that it is a pity to see so many major baby and kids clothing store that have a large staff but none of the staff even knows how to gift wrap something.
Jocelyn wants her store to become so legendary that the kids, when they become parents come to the same store for shopping.
Jocelyn once hired a Taxi Antwerpen through Stad Taxi from her house to her store one rainy day when her car wasn’t working fine, and since then she has become such a great big fan of Stad Taxi that she has a couple of stickers advertising Stad Taxi pasted on her store.
Ayu Widuri owns a Vietnamese restaurant in the city of West Jakarta in Indonesia which is very popular for its La Vong fried fish.
Ayu writes on her blog “Don’t visit a Vietnamese restaurant that is for the average people. They are very rarely hygienic.” Ayu adds “Thankfully, my restaurant is extremely hygienic.”
Ayu’s Vietnamese restaurant is one of a kind in a way that it is one of the very few that has a vegan special menu for the vegans and vegetarians.
Ayu also writes on her blog that many people, especially the ones from India and Pakistan, that are used to eating very spicy food often find the Vietnamese Pho Chicken to be tasteless. Ayu jokes that she has really been thinking about turning Pho Chicken into Semi-Chicken Tikka due to the same.
Ayu writes that the customers nowadays are even too cautious about how the restaurant packs their food.
Ayu claims that they have a record of never making any customer to wait for over 40 minutes.
Ayu writes that Vietnamese rice rolls aren’t only popular in the Vietnamese restaurants or Vietnamese households but they are getting very popular in the Multicuisine restaurants and Non-Vietnamese households as well.
Ayu knows some Vietnamese restaurants that serve juice in the bowl and that is also the last time most such customers visit their restaurant for. Ayu writes that at her restaurant, they serve nothing but the Surti beef from the most honest animal husbandry (Peternakan) in the area.
Ayu writes that some people from the same neighborhood that have a habit of visiting a new restaurant at least once in the same neighborhood that they live in or have an office at, come to visit Ayu’s restaurant thinking that they will visit it only once but they had no idea that they were going to become addicted to visit the same restaurant everyday.