Thank Heavens for Seoul Style Bulgogi

Our visit to Bulgogi Brothers in Greenbelt 5 came into fruition after weeks of planning and reading other foodies’ reviews about the place. It was a rainy Tuesday night and I was drenched. I have to admit, I’m not really that well-versed in Korean fares, so I didn’t know what to expect. But I’ve got to tell you, everything turned out great after I realized that bulgogi doesn’t only come in its grilled or pan fried version. It can also be served with soup and noodles. Perfect for a cold rainy night. Read more

Friends and Neighbors Restaurant in Makati: A Legacy on Its Own

After twenty long years, I found myself in the vicinity of my grade school alma mater. I was so glad to see that the old restaurant Friends and Neighbors Restaurant at the corner of P Burgos and Valdes streets in Makati still lives on. Armed with nostalgia and the longing for home-cooked meals, I went straight in and ordered everything that made my taste buds tingle. Fortunately, I was not alone to suffer all the calories. The experience was no doubt a trip down memory lane. Read more

The Day I Almost Went to Heaven at Ma Maison in Greenbelt

For today’s lunch, we headed to Ma Maison in Greenbelt. What would have been an ordinary lunch out was made more fantastic with the flaming escargot baked in garlic as appetizer and the Scotch eggs that really made us curious right from the start. Read more

The Cake Club by Manila Diamond Hotel – Alternative Dessert Place in Rockwell

The Cake Club is located at the second floor the Power Plant Mall in Rockwell. It’s an open-space dessert shop operated by the Manila Diamond Hotel. It offers Ko Hi Kan coffee and quality pastries. Overall, this place is a welcome break for people who have grown tired of the usual brews and pastries offered in typical coffee shops in Manila. Read more