When my friends and I need inspiration, fresh ideas and energy, we head over to Mang Larry’s Isawan. Why? Everyone knows how difficult and stressful thesis can be especially if you have other projects to finish like a short film. We were running out of energy and money that is why we were always inContinue reading “Mang Larry’s Isawan: The Famous Isawan in UP Campus”
I’ve heard of the word Iscreamist a few times. I assumed it was a simple place to eat ice cream. But I was wrong. The Iscreamist is not your ordinary ice cream shop. Why? Well, it’s because they serve their dessert along with liquid nitrogen. Judging from the outside, the neon blue and laboratory-inspired shopContinue reading “My First Iscreamist Experience”
Teacher’s Village is one of my favorite places in Quezon City. It practically has everything you need such as a place to eat, to hang out with friends or to do your school work. After college; however, I rarely find myself walking the various “Ma” streets of Teacher’s Village. Fortunately, my friend and high schoolContinue reading “π Breakfast & Pies: All Day, Everyday”
Last month, my friends and I went to SM North to play bowling. But decided not to because our others friends were not able to make it. Since there were just the three of us, we decided to eat at a restaurant with a soothing ambiance so that we can catch up. Thus, we wentContinue reading “Taisho Ramen and Teppanyaki House at the Skygarden”
George Bernard Shaw said that, “There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” That is why I try to eat at different restaurants and try different dishes. Now, you might be familiar and may have eaten at Teriyaki Boy. I haven’t tried eating at Teriyaki Boy until my good friend (and co-blogger) brought me there. Teriyaki Boy offers Japanese food with a unique local twist. They offer the best Chicken Teriyaki (Php 214.00). In fact, it’s one of their best sellers along with their Teriyaki Boy Bento (Php 325.00) is their best seller as well as specialty. Grilled boneless chicken marinated with our special teriyaki sauce, served with steamed Japanese rice, miso soup, kani salad, sesame moyashi, coffee jelly and your choice of iced tea or any Coca-Cola product.