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. Advertisements
Hearing the name “Migo Mango”, I’m pretty sure you already have an idea what they’re offering. I have to say you are correct but I also have to inform you that they offer more than that! Migo Mango, the newest dessert shop to join the mango craze features different flavours that go perfectly with the “Golden Fruit”, the “National fruit of the Philippines”. First, let’s check their main offering called the Migo Mango.
Classic Savory has been around for a very long time, 1950 to be exact. Though I didn’t exactly see the brand grow, my abuelito and abuelita (grandparents) sure did. They said that they frequently visit their first branch which is located in Escolta and the classic chicken is a must-order. In a nutshell, Classic Savory is a really great place.
Have you been to Calle Bistro? I’ve been hearing about the place from my fellow Northerners but was only able to visit it a month ago. What is Calle Bistro, you ask? Well, Calle means “street” in Spanish and Venetian. This street is located at the side of Ever Gotesco Mall on Commonwealth Avenue. It is the mall’s lifestyle strip where they feature a series of cafes and restaurants. So whether you’re in search for a place to enjoy a lovely meal, snack or coffee, you’ll definitely find the perfect spot here.
Do you have a love-hate relationship with summer like I do? Well, I have good news for you! Ombu Kusina just launched their summer menu which includes their new flavored ice halo-halo series!
If you value authentic and delicious Mandarin cuisine, there’s this place along West Avenue that stood the test of time. It’s called Shantung and they have been serving authentic Mandarin cuisine since 1958.
If you’re craving for dessert crepes, go for the best place – Cafe Breton. The French café offers artisan crepes which are available in numerous lovely flavors.
So you love cheese? Tori Chizu, a restaurant that offers a variety of delicious fusion of Japanese cuisines such as Doria or cheesy baked Japanese rice is a good place for cheese fanatics!
Falafel is a deep-fried chickpea ball with coriander, garlic, parsley and other Mediterranean spices. It is a staple dish of the Middle East which originated in Alexandria, a Mediterranean port city in Egypt sometime after 300 BCE.
I love coffee and bubble tea. But in this Japanese fusion restaurant, I discovered their so-called Japanese Cheesecake Cream which I am adding to my list.
They have delicious dishes, big servings and great customer service. You’ll certainly get the best value for your money in this little Asian restaurant.
Is it time for your dim sum fix? You will get your money’s worth at this place in Banawe St. Corner Linaw St. Quezon City.