If you know me personally, then you know how much I love KitKat. In fact, when a family or a friend of mine goes to Japan I would ask them to bring home a KitKat for me. So far I have tried the original (of course), Dark Chocolate, Green Tea, Green Tea Bites, Hazelnut Crunch, Hokkaido Melon, Peanut Butter Chunky, Sakura Matcha, Strawberry Cheesecake and a lot more. I just couldn’t find all the photos but I do remember tasting different types of Green Tea KitKats because I was once obsessed with it. 🙂 (Who am I kidding? I still am!) Advertisements
I love milk tea. But after exploring various milk tea shops in the Metro, I found a few that is really worth coming back to. Truthfully, I only visit those shops and I don’t give new milk tea shops a second glance anymore (except when their name sounds funny. Trust me, there are a lot!). However, I found something interesting one day. I wanted to get a snack before heading home so I passed by this newly-opened 7-Eleven branch near our village. As I passed by the ice cream section on my way to the cashier, my eye caught the words – MILK TEA.
Mita, one of our FoodieViewsPH friends is staying at Saipan at the moment. She posted a photo of what seems like a flying or levitating car on our group Instagram page: FoodieViewsPH. For this What’s That? Where’s That? post by FoodieViewsPH, we are featuring Hard Rock Cafe Saipan. It is a rock ’n’ roll-themed chain with a high-energy vibe serving burgers and other American classics. Hard Rock Cafe Saipan is the area’s destination for great food, drinks, and entertainment since August 18, 1998 (est.)
Oh, I have a new favourite noodle shop! It is called Shou Hand-Pulled Noodles located at the Food Choices on the second floor of Trinoma Mall new building. Yep, it’s located at their food court. Who would have thought you’ll find a great place there, right? Anyway, my family and I always eat before doing our grocery shopping. But since the tables near Shou Hand-Pulled Noodles were always taken, we never notice the food choices there. Good thing, we were a bit early that day and found most tables still empty. Thus, we finally noticed Shou Hand-Pulled Noodles. 🙂
Hola, kamusta? I hope you are doing well. I just wanted to drop by your inbox/ social media feed because I received a few messages from my Instagram followers asking about a new blog post. First of all, thank you for the messages. I didn’t think my Instagram followers read my blog. I really appreciate it. With that, I would like to inform you that I won’t be pretty active again this month. You see, I am currently helping out another team in my day job. “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller