During our staycation last November at Acacia Hotel we had an early lunch at Le Petit Cheri, located in the Molito Lifestyle Complex. I picked the place because I liked the name and the decor from the outside, plus I enjoy French food alot. The quaint French restaurant is anything but petit inside, as we [...]
Cocina Filipino is the yearly Filipino food festival held at the Diamond Hotel’s Corniche restaurant. This year they are featuring Chef Bruce Lim‘s unique twists to all time Filipino favorites. I got to try cycle 1 of the food festival which features a number of dishes inspired by Chef Bruce’s childhood but given a new [...]
It was not the first time I’ve had a meal at Atelier 317 but it’s my first visit to their new location in Palma St at the back of Rockwell. I got a chance to try it out with fellow bloggers a couple of weeks ago. Chef and owner Stephanie Zubiri was even on hand [...]
Before going to Singapore last October, I asked recommendations on where to eat from my blogger friend, Brad Lau of uber popular www.ladyironchef.com. For chili crab, he pointed me to Roland Restaurant, a name foreign to me. I’ve been to No Signboard and Jumbo, both popular for their crabs but never heard of Roland before. [...]
Legoland Malaysia is the first Lego theme park in Asia. When I heard it was opening, I got really excited since my daughter and I love Legos. When we found out it was just in Johor, Malaysia, we knew we had to visit as soon as possible.
Law Fu Kee is a small eatery famous for their congee, perfect for those Hong Kong breakfasts. The master chef has been preparing congee at 3 am for over 50 years. It was also part of the prestigious Michelin Guide Asia and Macau a couple of years ago.
I’m familiar with Cold Stone Creamery, having tried it in Singapore and South Korea. I’m glad they finally decided to open in the Philippines many many years after their initial test market way back in 2005. Cold Stone Creamery opened it’s first store in Tempe, Arizona in 1988. It’s a wonderful ice cream parlor concept [...]
Little Louie’s Cupcakes is a small home based baking business started by Jes Clemente. It is named after her younger sister Louie, who stakes her claim to the first cupcake from every batch baked. Jes emailed me a while back asking if she can send over some cupcakes for me to try out, I of [...]
An interesting product called Mrs Hudson’s Pizza, arrived at my doors a couple of days ago courtesy of Yellow Cab Pizza Co. Ensconced in a humongous box, I’ve never ordered one from them this big before.