Persia Grill


( Hummus with Pita Bread)

Persia Grill is a small restaurant located in Valero Carpark,  Valero St. Makati ( it’s right at the back of Paseo Center). Obviously from the name of the restaurant itself they serve Persian dishes however it’s somewhat “Filipinized”. I’ve heard about this place since the owner of this restaurant is actually Kian from Pinoy Big Brother Season 2. It was a graduation gift for him after college. We were around the area that’s why we decided to eat at this restaurant. Continue reading “Persia Grill”

Classic Confections

Lemon Torte
PhP 145 (3″ diameter cake)

After having lunch for our Father’s day celebration last Sunday, we went at Classic Confections in Greenbelt 5 for a dessert. They have cakes, cookies, bars and more. 😀 We ordered for a Lemon Torte and a Chocolate Cake. If you’re a first timer there, you won’t leave the place with a bad impression. For sure, you’ll go back there to indulge your sweeth tooth. And because of that I went back there with Sha and Vien to share to them how good the cake is 😀 Continue reading “Classic Confections”

Saguijo’s Tuna Sisig


 Saguijo’s Tuna Sisig

Saguijo is famous for being a place to watch for great Filipino bands perform. Well, it’s not only a ‘gig’ place but they also have great food on their menu. Probably they have the best tuna sisig I have ever tasted. They don’t use canned tuna, it’s real tuna! It’s just Php 165.00 and it’s great for sharing of course. It can be a “pulutan” for alcohol drinkers and can also be paired with rice.

Krispy Kreme’s Sports Lover’s Doughnuts

Caramel Filled Basketball

Caramel Filled Basketball

Father’s Day is coming up and one good gift to give your dad is the Sports Lover’s Doughnuts of Krispy Kreme ( well assuming that your dad is the sporty type 😉 ). We decided to visit the Robinson’s Galleria branch just to taste 2 of the special edition doughnuts. Continue reading “Krispy Kreme’s Sports Lover’s Doughnuts”

Stir Fried Noodles with Pork and Basil

Thai Noodle

I was in the mood in cooking lately so I decided to cook a simple Thai dish. I got this recipe from Yummy Magazine May 2008 issue (again 🙂 ), So basically, I just substituted the Thai fish sauce with the ordinary fish sauce since it’s much cheaper 😉 . As for the lime juice, probably you could use lemon or anything near to lime ( I think calamansi or lemon is too sour, so it’s better to use lime — the green lemon — instead). It’s very simple to cook, you can have this done by 30 minutes or less ( including the preparation). Continue reading “Stir Fried Noodles with Pork and Basil”