Last weekend, T and I met up with some of our best buddies and went to an impromptu road trip to Tagaytay to visit our favorite bulalo place which for us, serves the best bulalo in this part of town. A hole-in-the-wall type of joint candidly called Near The Sky Bulalo.
Friday, December 7, 2012
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
T and I were invited along with fellow food bloggers to visit Hoagies at SM North Annex a few weeks ago to try out their amazing offerings and we were both blown-away by their mouthwatering submarine sandwiches.
Monday, November 26, 2012
T and I had the chance to be among the first to dine in the newly opened Watami Japanese Casual Restaurant last week in MOA and we both had an awesome experience. Aside from meeting fellow food bloggers for the first time, we were also able to sample Watami's amazing signature dishes and it was indeed a lunch that we will always remember.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
While walking around Malate last Saturday, T and I spotted a couple of Japanese tourists eating at the side of the road in what looks like a Japaneses Ramen Cart reminiscent of the ones found in the side streets of Japan. I got curious and checked out what the cart is serving. And yes! It was RAMEN indeed!
Monday, November 12, 2012
T's all time favorite Palabok joint inside Sta. Ana Market is Baby's Palabok. It is hidden at the end portion of the market and is the last stall from the row of Palabok vendors that line the place. Although Beth's Palabok is the most famous among the bunch, T and her sisters swear that Baby's Palabok is the BEST.
T always tells me that we should visit her favorite Palabok spot in Sta. Ana, Manila where she grew up, ever since I brought her to Palabokan sa Obrero last month. And since we'll be visiting a friend who lives in Paco last Saturday, we decided to swing by Sta.Ana Market where her favorite Palabok is located.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
T and I went to Trinoma last Sunday to watch Skyfall, the latest and probably the best James Bond film to be released since Goldfinger. And since we still have more than an hour to spare before the screening, we decided to have a quick dinner at Ramen X. A Japanese casual dining restaurant that specializes in (and yes, you guessed it) Ramen.
|A good bowl of Ramen|