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. 🙂 Advertisements
I was invited to the launch of Korea’s favourite idol sandwich known as the SBS Inkigayo Sandwich. The venue was at the activity centre of Eastwood Mall in Quezon City. Though I live in that city, there is no way I’ll get there in an hour. So I planned. The event was at 2:30PM which means it’s better to have lunch at the mall. And since my abuelita hasn’t been there, I decided to bring her with me so I can show her around after the event. Good thing I planned well because it took us two hours to get there. Moving on, we checked the restaurants near the activity centre and ended up on the second floor at the farthest corner. There we saw a lively place and a colourful sign that says, “Fiery Style Southwestern Flaming Grill.”
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.
Are you searching for places to hangout in Quezon City? How does a music-filled day complete with delicious food sound? Interested? The place is called Monkey Mic. They opened their doors in 2016 and is the very first modern industrial gastropub KTV in the Philippines. You can find them on the second floor of Blk 3 Lot 8 Congressional Avenue Extension in Quezon City. Just look for a black-and-white signage and a cute monkey who looks like a blues musician.
For those who are familiar, I’m pretty sure you didn’t question the extra letter. But if you did question it well, I’m happy to inform you that I did not misspell Polland – unless I’m referring to the country which I am not. Polland or Polland Hopia is a hopia factory. They have been making delicious AND authentic mung bean cakes (Hopia) since in 1966. Why Polland? The reason behind this is simple – it was founded by Mrs. Po. With her recipes which withstood the test of time, Polland Hopia is still the choice of many may it be for a snack or a pasalubong.