Are you from the South? Where do you satisfy your cravings? These are my favorite food and restaurants in Alabang. SM Southmall, Festivall Mall, Commerce Center, Molito, Westgate and Daang-hari offers a lot of choices for all foodie-lovers from the South. … Continue reading
Korean Street Food is a must try! During our trip, we end up trying all these street food for dinner. My favorite is this hand-made fish cake with hotdog or sausage inside. One stick is not enough… Tip: Street food … Continue reading
Since my sister and I are avid Hello Kitty fan since our elementary days, we’re both excited to experience Hello Kity Cafe in Hongdae, Seoul. It is actually part of our itinerary, and good thing it is, because we got … Continue reading
Taste of Osaka Too excited to sit and sip a cup of coffee, So I ran to Family Mart (2 minuutes walk from Hotel Chuo) and grab chicken shots (JPY 200) and a can of coffee (JPY 160), and have my breakfast inside the train. (Off … Continue reading
On our way from Nusa Dua to Ubud, our cab driver is so kind enough to offer us to visit Negari Coffee Garden where we can try Bali’s famous Luwak coffee. Luwak Coffee or Civet Coffee, refers to the beans of coffee berries once they … Continue reading
We did not just captured adventure scenes in Bali… Rosanne, Happy & I, also got a taste of Bali. We tried restaurants and best sellers recommended by local Balinese. You can find all kinds of dishes in Bali, from Indonesian … Continue reading
Exotic Bar and Restaurant offers American, Asian and European dishes for Malapascua Island tourist. For our dinner, we all get curious with the “Exotic Giant Burger” so we tried this fantastic yummy burger! Kinabog ang Army Navy!
Though Malapascua has nothing much to offer in terms of water sports, party, shopping (souvenirs). But the place offers various mouthwatering dishes you can enjoy. One of the restaurants we tried is Ocean Vida’s Beach and Dive Resort Restaurant. This … Continue reading
The relaxed casual dining breakfast experience at Antonio’s is a must try in Tagaytay. Though, I’m very disappointed with their service. We arrived 1:30pm, and we’ve waited for 30 minutes for our seat. We ordered from their All Day Breakfast Menu and waited another 35-45 minutes for our food. I don’t know why everything we ordered are all salty except for the cake, of course. Anyways, I love the place and the ambiance, that’s why I like it here.
Chef’s Recommendation: Sauteed Fresh corned beef and eggs (P400)
All Day Grazing: Quattro Formaggi Pizza (P460)
All Day Grazing: Spaghetti Bolognese (P495)
Flourless Chocolate Cake (P240)
Sis Jell, me and nanay almost done with our lunch, not really satisfied 😦
Know more about Antonio’s Restaurant visit http://www.antoniosrestaurant.ph/
We discover Angel Wish Restaurant in D’ Talipapa Market. I swear they really cook so well and they have the cheapest paluto (cooking) cost among other restaurants in the area. Here are some dishes we tried!
Sinigang na Hipon (Shrimp in Tamarind)
Crabs in butter and garlic
Inihaw na Hipon (Grilled Shrimp)