Poy and I love to eat more than anything. It's what we do best. Here's one where I keep track of our favorite restaurants around the metro. 👫
Updated 4 days ago
Manila, Philippines • Recommendation • 17 days ago
For your Hong Kong streetfood needs, Eat Fresh is the way to go. Nothing beats their giant siomai paired with extra spicy chilli sauce, lobster balls, and fried wanton. It's been a while since we last ate here. We should probably go back soon! 🍢
100A Maria Clara St, Sto.Domingo, Quezon City, 1109 Metro Manila, Philippines
Pasig City, Philippines • Recommendation • 17 days ago
Give their chicken karaage a try. Super worth it and cheaper compared to other Japanese restos in Megamall!
2F, Atrium SM Mega Mall E, EDSA Cor. Dona Julia Vargas Ave Ortigas Center, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, 1550 Metro Manila, Philippines
Cainta, Philippines • Recommendation • 17 days ago
One of the things I love about living in Antipolo is that I can eat unlimited Korean Barbecue in peace. No need to wait in long lines and stay in a crowded, noisy space. Ddung's is a quaint Korean resto located in Robinsons Antipolo. They have sets you can choose from with plenty of side dishes. The ambience is great, uncommon for a Korean resto that offers unlimited Sangyupsal. Here's where we ate our first KBBQ together. ❤️
Robinsons Place Antipolo, Upper Level Alfresco Wing, Sumulong Highway, Padilla, Antipolo, 1870 Rizal, Philippines
Quezon City, Philippines • Recommendation • 17 days ago
This is their best branch for me. I love that it's located along Cubao Manhattan strip which makes it super accessible. Our go-to is the Shawarma Plate and Shrimp Korma.
Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Makati City, Philippines • Recommendation • 15 days ago
We haven't tried their pizza because we still can't get enough of their Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings and Pasta Alfredo with Bacon. 🤤 But I'm sure it wouldn't be called New York Slice Pizza for nothing. We'll definitely order pizza on our next visit!
PH, Eton Tower Makati, Legazpi Village, Makati, 1232 Metro Manila, Philippines
Taytay, Philippines • Recommendation • 4 days ago
This is our go to for date nights in Antipolo because its ambience welcomes warm conversations. Their food is reasonably priced, and has a wide selection of drinks too! My favorite is their Sardines Pasta, paired with their giant mug of hot chocolate, while Poy's usual is the Pork Katsudon.
Blk 2, Mission Hills Blvd, Antipolo, 1870 Rizal, Philippines
One of the things that I love about Quezon City is their wide selection of restaurants to go to. There are a lot of hidden gems that I'm glad I did not miss out on, thanks to friends who introduced me to most of the ones I listed down here. I haven't been around the city as much as I used to, but I'll make sure I'll visit my favorites again once I go back!
Even as a child, I always had this affinity for Baguio. My family and I would spend the New Year here and there just came a point where many preferred celebrating at home. I continued on with the tradition and made sure that when I have the luxury of time and extra cash, I'll get the next available bus ticket and find my way back to Baguio.
A little back story: My undergraduate thesis is actually a cultural study about Cubao and how it became a transitory juncture, how the place constantly changes but its unspoken purpose as a center of everything does not. Cubao is an amalgamation of a lot of things, it's many things at once. It's not glamorous. But its grit makes it a favorite by many. Here's a list that proves exactly all that. (The title of this list is named after Tony Perez's collection of stories. He has written so many accounts on Cubao, and he is the inspiration behind my study.)
Staying in hotels reminds me of Cinderella. Check in time is usually 3PM: You will be treated like a VIP, a made up room to your liking, amenities that you are looking forward to try, food that will make you guilty as hell BUT when the clock strikes 12PM on your next day, you have to say goodbye to that kind of life cause it’s the standard check out time. This is a list of hotels in the Philippines that I support and I recommend for your momentary Cinderella experience. 💎
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