Sunnies Café has been all over our Instagram feeds since it opened. Honestly, it made me searched and saved some hashtags following IG photos posted by different accounts. Who won’t? Sunnies Café offers a simple yet girly aesthetics that is too good for any IG photo curators. Well, obviously, Sunnies Café is one of the … Continue reading Sunnies Café: offering great food for both your tummy and IG cravings
Marikina is more known as the shoe capital of the Philippines because of it’s continuously growing shoe industry. But aside from being the home of the largest pair of shoes, one of the first thing that comes up to people’s minds when talking about Marikina is the word “food trip”. The food business in the … Continue reading Cafe Amarela: our newest discovery in Marikina you should definitely visit
This is not the first Oktoberfest I've had attended, but this is the first time I'll be writing about the awesome experience. My first one (it was like 3 or 4 years ago) was locally hosted by San Miguel, the biggest beer brand in the Philippines, and it was super fun! I met some famous … Continue reading 5 things you should know if you haven’t gone yet to Oktoberfest Manila + a quick photodump!
Jipan is well-known as one of the homes of good breads and other pastries. I mean, no one can deny that Japanese breads are one of the most loved pastries in the market - soft, tasty, and affordable. Itching for new eats in the metro? Me and my sis never thought of dining in JiPan … Continue reading Jipan: more than just bread and coffee
Pinoy lugaw or rice porridge is every Filipino’s favorite. Even my mom loves to cook one whenever we request her to. Just one simple hot bowl of lugaw topped with garlic bits is very satisfying. Especially now that “ber” months are already here, lugaw is one of the top cravings of every Pinoy in town. It’s already been almost a … Continue reading Bulacan Lugaw Kitchen is now in Greenhills!
Today's interview with my mom was kinda funny because my dad and my sis was also there and they have different ways of cooking Chicken Curry and they have a loooooot to say and argue about. I had to Google it as well but to no use because people apparently cook food in many different … Continue reading Granny’s Kitchen: Chicken Curry Recipe
I am a burger fan since I first knew what a “burger” is. I honestly declare myself as the Jughead of my own Archie world, and the Dean of my own Supernatural world. I literally can survive a week eating just burgers, but of course I won't try. Slammin' was actually named Slammers before they … Continue reading Slammin’ Burger and Fries
Rainy days are here! And there's one true bff for these kind of weather: a wonderful bowl of good goto. Goto is the Filipino term for congee. Normally cooked with freshly-sliced ginger, other ingredients can also be added to give it more flavor and usually topped with a hard boiled egg and some fried garlic … Continue reading Late night cravings at Goto Monster
Unlike other pastry shops and cafe that made it to everyone’s favorites just because of their “Instagrammable” places or trendy food and promos or even high-end drinks, Boulangerie 22 can actually boast more on not just the quality but affordability of their products. I like working off-site whenever my office schedule is not so tight. And every time … Continue reading Holy Cheesus! A taste of heaven on Earth at Boulangerie22
It was a normal day at home - my baby's sleeping, I was working on my laptop, and my mom suddenly said "anak, magluluto ako, kuhanan kong litrato tapos i-post mo." I really think if mom gets her social media she won't stop posting and commenting anymore. By the way, there you go, here's my … Continue reading Granny’s Kitchen: Sinigang na Hipon Recipe