I love coffee but I admit that I don’t really know much about it. The recently concluded Starbucks Coffee Appreciation Festival gave me the chance to get to know more about one of my favorite beverages, and here are some of my key takeaways.
Baguio City is known for great food joints and one of my favorite new discovery in the city is Canto located along C. Arellano Street. Here are some of my reasons why:
I seldom do reviews of buffet but now I’m doing one and from outside the Philippines. Bacchanal Buffet is its name, and here’s my review.
Bicolandia is known for spicy food due to their fondness with sili (chili) that they put in just about any dish you can think of—including ice cream! 1st Colonial Grill claims to be home to the original sili ice cream, and we came to investigate this exotic ice cream.
Just before we head off to CamSur Watersports Complex (CWC), we managed to drop by Naga City and taste some of the best food this city has to offer. I’m talking about Bob Marlin and this is also about one of the best Crispy Pata I’ve ever tasted!
Project Pie has been around for quite some time but it had only been recently that I got my first Project Pie experience. But is it really worth the hassle of building your own pizza?
May 01 is Labor Day in the Philippines. It is quite fortunate that this year, it fell on a Friday so it was perfect for a getaway. While many chose the beach because of the extreme summer heat, we chose to spice things up and visit the land of chilies, the Bicol Region. And what…
I’ve always noticed Yumi whenever I’m going to Hole in the Wall in Century City Mall but wasn’t really drawn to it until the last time we went and saw a pleasing sign that says, “Ramen Monday, Buy 1 Take 1 Ramen on all ramen.” And so last Monday we did try one of their…
It was one of those days you went out to run to get some conviction to have good food after. And it was some really great food that we found in Pino Restaurant in Malingap Street, Teacher’s Village, Quezon City. Here’s our sumptuous discovery.
Happy New Year everyone! Today is the first Monday of 2015 and I think this is the perfect time for me to share one of my resolutions for the year: Meatless Monday.
Looking back at my photos for 2014, I realized that there were quite a number of gastronomic adventures I wasn’t able to write about in this blog. As the year draws to a close and it is still the season of eating, my yearend post might as well have to be about food!
One of the most popular ramen restaurant chain from Japan, Hakata Ippūdō (博多一風堂), or simply, Ippudo, is now here in the Philippines. This is great news for ramen-lovers like myself to try their famous Hakata-style, Tonkatsu-based ramen. Here’s a taste of some of Ippudo Philippines’ offering.