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This category focuses on food and travel related stories from FoodieViewsPH.

Blow-torched Steaks at Ximending Night Market, Taipei

Have you heard of blow-torched steaks? Our friend Charlie discovered this amazing cubes of meat at the Ximending Night Market in Taipei. These perfectly bite-sized meat are not only grilled but also blow-torched and then seasoned to perfection. Want a closer look? Okay! But get ready to drool. Follow us on Instagram for more Foodie On-The-Scene IG Stories like this! Happy eating! Advertisements

The Food Hive 2.0

Beautiful, right? This food park along Visayas Avenue underwent minor renovations early this year. But the wait is over as it finally reopened it’s doors! The Food Hive 2.0 is now sporting a colorful “Umbrella Roof” perfect for summer. At night, this gorgeous design is complimented by bright outdoor lights giving off a wonderful vibe. Additional elements making your dining experience better is the vibrant Claw Crane and acoustic nights!

Time to Refuel at the PitStop Food Park in Quezon City

Have you visited the first motor racing themed food park in the Metro? YES, it exists! The food park is called PitStop and is located at Congressional Avenue Extension in Quezon City. was at the food park’s Media Launch this August 2017. Jean, my co-blogger was also there with her kids. She will be sharing their experience in another post. Meanwhile, I will be sharing with you what you need to know about the stalls.

Feel Free to Wander at The Wander Space

At 80 Maginhawa Street you will find a place that will give you a unique shopping and dining experience. Yes, you read that right! The place is called The Wander Space but if you love to travel or appreciate art, you will call it your haven. The Wander Space is a concept store slash cafe. They support and feature various products created by local artists and craft makers. Upon entering you’ll be greeted by a wonderful setting that will surely inspire you. There are dream catchers on the left as well as t-shirts and swimsuits. On the right, you will find some plants, journals and bags. At the center are more cool items and trinkets. After checking their fabulous locally made products, make sure to stop, look up and appreciate the beautiful lights and paper planes. Once you are ready to chill, head on back for some lovely drink and dessert. Mmmm & Aahhh Unlike usual cafes, The Wander Space offers a simpler and comfier ambiance. I brought my laptop during my visit. Since I …

Cattle Milkshake Bar: Where Chocolate Comes to Life

Do you love milkshakes? Of course, you do! Who wouldn’t love those sweet and oh-so-creamy goodness served in frosty cold glasses? Whether you’re up for some over the top or classic taste, you will surely love and enjoy what this new milkshake bar has to offer. Before we proceed. is also on YouTube. You can watch our Cattle Milkshake Bar video here. Also, this is a group review by Clari and Jean of and newbie blogger Sofia.

A Neighborhood Cafe Called the Little Owl

Are you familiar with Lola Cafe + Bar and Liberty Kitchen + Brew? Then you know that the team behind these two successful food establishments is the Lola Group of Restaurants. If you love both, you would be thrilled to know that they opened a new restaurant concept in Quezon City called Little Owl. This neighborhood cafe is located at 65 Broadway Avenue in New Manila. Little Owl, as the name suggests, is little and tranquil. Yes, just like the noble creatures the Little Owl cafe is a small meeting place where you can relax and enjoy all-day brunch with family, friends and colleagues. The cafe features a simple and clean al fresco and indoor dining as well as function room perfect for small gatherings. As you can see below, Little Owl is indeed “Instagrammable”. The white walls match the black-framed mirrors, arched windows and other elements in the room giving diners a relaxing and picture-worthy ambiance. When it comes to food, Little Owl has a lot to offer. Below are some of their lovely …

Start your Summer Adventure at Art In Island

Summer is here and I don’t know how to handle the intense heat it brings. It’s difficult to sleep, move around, especially go outside. Visiting the beach might not be a good idea at the moment. Good thing I found a place (well, I’ve been eyeing this place for years now) that is well-ventilated and perfect to start your summer adventure. Head over to #175 15th Avenue Barangay Socorro, Cubao Quezon City. There, you will find two sea turtles and a school of fish swimming towards you as well as a hammerhead shark on the corner. The place also gives you access under the sea where you can pretend to be a mermaid and meet some creatures of the deep! I am not kidding nor am I delusional. See? 🙂 This place is called Art In Island. It is the largest museum of its kind in Asia. In fact, it showcases several optical illusion and 3D paintings of famous works as well as scenes where every visitor can be pat of the art.