Don and I had dinner at Ippudo after going around MOA and having our nails done! He has been raving about the pork buns ever since his Canadian client invited him to eat at the Megamall branch. I was hesitant at first coz what enters my mind when "ramen" is mentioned are thick noodles. And… Continue reading Ippudo.
Cebu is famous for its lechon, a roasted suckling pig dish. A lechon is a traditional staple during birthdays or any special occasion and fiestas in the Philippines. And now it's made even commercialized that they only roast bonesless lechon belly instead of the whole pig. With that said, we had to try it out! While… Continue reading Zubuchon.
I have not done this in a while, but I'll give it a go. The sequence may be different from the ones I have done. Don gets his which-restaurant- to-eat-at via Zomato reviews. I, on the other hand, read blogs to get a full perspective. So he suggested Casa Verde in IT Park for lunch.… Continue reading Casa Verde.
For our second day in Davao, my friend's aunt (who is a Dabawenya) recommended a restaurant where we could have lunch. Ristorante Spirale is located in Abreeza Mall in Mamay Road, Davao City. Being an Italian food lover, I didn't think twice about going in. I was busy taking photos of the interior and left… Continue reading Spirale.
For Mothers Day, we had lunch at Maple in Shangri-La Plaza (East Wing). Thought everything was about pancakes or breakfast food, but boy was I so wrong! On the menu: Drippin' Baby Back Ribs Blackened Chicken The Maple Salmon Catch Spaetzle Jambalaya The Big Maple Breakfast Plus free dessert! RAVES: I really like the feel… Continue reading Maple.