• Food & Drink,  Parañaque

    Pista Food Hall | It’s Always Fiesta in Baclaran

    We Filipinos have one thing in common—we all love to feast. We normally do this during annual festive occasions or locally known as fiesta. But here in Baclaran, you don’t need to wait for the next annual fiesta as you can have a sumptuous feast anytime you want! Pista Food Hall offers heaps of hearty food perfect for any celebrations may it be a birthday, anniversary, job promotion, or even just a normal cheat-day!   Food & Price Their buffet comprises mainly of Filipino food normally present in fiestas such as pancit, lumpia, caldereta, halo-halo, etc. They also serve Mongolian Rice Bowls, Shabu-shabu, salads, and seafoods! Everything was delicious but my…

  • Food & Drink,  Manila

    Mixedstone Wings & Steak in Sampaloc, Manila

    Wings or steak? No more arguments needed as you can have both when you dine at Mixedstone Wings & Steak! Yes, we don’t need to get angry and hungry at the same time! I’m personally not into wings so I’d more likely choose steak over wings, but Jeric is the exact opposite! So grateful for this new discovery. Decision making made easy, eh? Mixedstone Wings & Steak is a sister company of Chicks & Fins and Ironpan Steakhouse. So it’s kinda like the perfect combination of the two.   Food & Price Their main offerings are T-Bone Steak and Flavored Wings. The steak comes with rice and veggie sides, literally…

  • Food & Drink,  Manila

    Panchos Diner | Pinoy Comfort Food with a Twist

    Have you ever encountered food as odd as sinigang sa watermelon or sizzling bangus with mango chutney? If you’re food-venturous enough for such kind of cooking then I’m pretty sure you’ll love Panchos Diner’s unique offerings!   Food & Price Panchos Diner serves mostly Filipino comfort food that we all grew up with—but with little twists! This restaurant was actually a breath of fresh air for us from all the samgyup gaming we had. The first one that caught my attention was Beef Sinigang sa Watermelon as I got curious about the twist they did on that dearest comfort food of mine. I’m used to eating sinigang sa sampalok, gabi,…

  • Food & Drink,  Manila

    Wang Pau Samgyupsal | Affordable Korean Grill at Quiapo, Manila

    Whether you want to admit it or not, eating samgyeopsal has nearly become a necessity nowadays. May it be a weekend barkada catch-up, a dinner date, or even a solo food trip—you’ll always find a reason to satisfy your samgyup cravings! Just recently, we went to Quiapo Manila to try another samgyup place, but with more affordable price. Wang Pau Samgyupsal caters to Korean BBQ junkies looking for budget-friendly offerings without having to sacrifice the quality.   Food & Price Wang Pau Samgyupsal offers unlimited pork, beef, and side dishes with rice, lettuce, and egg stew. They have a total of 8 kinds of pork and beef which you will get when you…

  • Food & Drink,  Marikina

    Urban Cafe at The Wood Park Marikina

    Aside from Krispy Prince, another one we’ve tried in our Wood Park Marikina food quest was Urban Cafe. Dessert cravings came at the right time, and at the right place! Urban Cafe is a newly opened snack bar that caters to budget-conscious foodies and milktea fanatics. Food & Price They offer milkteas, milk shakes, smoothies, hot drinks, frappes, snacks, cakes and ice cream. Since it was time for desserts, we tried their Blueberry Cheesecake, Wintermelon Brown, and Taro Double Sinkers. Their take on Blueberry Cheesecake was great. It’s actually their best-selling dessert as per the staff. It’s topped with fresh blueberry toppings and whipped cream. The cheesecake itself has that…

  • Food & Drink,  Marikina

    Krispy Prince Marikina | A Bouquet of Fried Goodness

    Who doesn’t love crispy food? For a crispy-person like me, Krispy Prince was such a heaven sent. Not really your normal fried food because let’s not talk about our fave fried chicken for a while. Let’s give Giant Fried Squid, Liempo, and Chicharong Bulaklak a chance to shine!   Food & Price I loved that it doesn’t taste greasy even though it was deep-fried. What maintains its crispiness is its vertical orientation; such a witty way to prevent the excess oil from causing the breaded part become mushy. Not to mention it makes the food look more attractive to customers as it looks like a bouquet of fried goodness! The…

  • Food & Drink,  Quezon City

    Songdowon Korean Restaurant in South Triangle QC

    Songdowon Korean Restaurant is a high-grade samgyeopsal place that established its name in Pasay City. They recently opened a new branch in Quezon City and we’re glad we participated in their grand opening which was held last August 2, 2019 (so yes, another late post). As you would notice, we’ve been visiting a lot of samgyeop places lately which somehow makes you think, “aren’t they sick and tired of it?” I totally understand because I once asked that to myself either! But to tell you truthfully, every samgy we’ve had are different; which means new experience every single time. And now, another samgy experience have found its place in our food…