Have you heard of the Noisy Kitchen? Noisy Kitchen is a launchpad for food startups. They help food entrepreneurs succeed by eliminating the risks in starting a business so you can focus on the more important things to make your business grow. The Noisy Kitchen lineup includes Holy Grill, Lucky Lucy — Chinese American and GANG GANG Boneless Fried Chicken. In this post, I’ll share with you my GANG GANG Boneless Fried Chicken experience!
What? There’s another milk tea shop in the Metro?! It surely is a milk tea shop but saying it’s just another is an understatement. Now, why did I say that? First let me inform you that I was approached by sir Rob, one of the owners of Milk + Honey Café to try their products. Since I wasn’t familiar with the brand, I did my research. And the more I do, the more I feel their passion and appreciate the local brand.
In my previous Krispy Kreme post, I mentioned my love for their Original Glazed Doughnuts; however, I failed to say why exactly. So here goes. Krispy Kreme’s Original Glazed Doughnuts captured my heart because it’s unlike any other I’ve tasted. This one is airy, light and golden. It also has a lovely texture, perfect in size; not to mention, it has a thin glaze that melts in your mouth. Getting hungry? 🙂 Yeah, me too! Honestly, buying a box won’t be a problem. You can have it delivered or visit any Krispy Kreme branch. My go-to branch is the one in Tomas Morato.
My family and I were craving for Lechon. Since we were in Timog, Lydia’s was the first thing that popped into our mind. We were thinking of dining in but was a bit hesitant because our dining experience here varies. There are times wherein they’re friendly and fast but there are times when they’re not. But since we really wanted lechon we headed to this branch.
It’s always fun to dine out and catch up with friends. But sometimes it’s difficult to find the perfect spot. Besides the food and location (always consider Metro Manila traffic), the restaurant should have the right atmosphere and concept to carry on a conversation. You know, a place where you can eat and talk without others giving you the death stare. Let’s admit it! We’ve experienced that even been in those shoes. But you know how work can take so much of your time. So if you don’t see your friends often, there’s so much to talk about. Since I am the foodie in our group, I am in charge of searching and booking a table whenever we meet up. Good thing there’s a place like BOA Kitchen + Socials! Did I lose you there? Don’t worry! There is no actual snake but there is definitely a plus sign and the word “socials” in it. Let me explain. Their concept is divided into two: BOA Kitchen and BOA Socials. When they open at 9AM, you …