Caffe Ti Amo is the newest gelateria (gelato + cafeteria) that arrived here in the Philippines. The brand came from Korea and is partly owned by Jollibee Foods Corp. We were recently invited to grace its opening a few weeks ago. Their very first store is at the ground floor of SM Annex and will soon be opening at the Fort.
Because Dong Bei was closed in during our visit to Binondo last Black Saturday, we went to Wai Ying Fastfood to eat some dumplings. Me and Karla had some Hakaw and Shrimp Chong Fan. This was actually our first time to eat there and surprisingly, the dimsum were really cheap.
Not all restaurants have Chong Fan, so when I saw the other table with this, I immediately asked the waiter for an order. The last time I had this was ages ago and I think that was in Gloria Maris Wilson. Chong Fan is actually steamed flat noodles with some filling inside (like for this one, it has shrimps inside it). The light soy sauce – sugar mixture compliments the bland taste of steamed flat noodles. Continue reading “Binondo Food Tour Series #4: Wai Ying Fastfood”
Mainstream Indian Restaurants are not that common here in the Philippines even though there are a lot of Indians living here in the country or probably I am only living in my own world and never really bothered to find my way to try “uncommon” Indian restaurants. I guess there is only one name that prevails in the Mainstream Indian cuisine, which I won’t bother to mention in this blog post :).
Just a few weeks ago, we got an invitation to try out this newest Indian restaurant in Jupiter Street, Makati. It’s not all the time that Karla and I get to experience Indian cuisine so we immediately agreed to the invitation of the owner of Legend of India, Rakesh Alwani. Continue reading “Discovering the Legend of India”
One of the most in demand restaurants in Puerto Princesa City is Kalui’s. Most likely it’s because of the tropical and artsy ambiance that is reflective of Puerto Princesa’s culture. This restaurant was recommended by a blogger friend of ours, Gail Villanueva, when she and her hubby Marc went their for their anniversary. Continue reading “Puerto Princesa Food Trip Series # 2: Kalui’s”
Looking for fresh spring rolls in Binondo? You might want to check out New Po-Heng Lumpia House in Uy Su Bin Building at Quintin Paredes St. The Fresh Lumpia is served with the use of dried powdered seaweed. Continue reading “Binondo Food Tour Series #3: New Po-Heng Lumpia House”
Yummy Magazine is holding a contest for food bloggers! This involves cooking up something from the May issue of Yummy Magazine and blogging about it eventually. Most of the recipes featured in this blog are from Yummy Magazine. The contest already started and it will run until May 15, 2010. The winner will get a 6-month subscription to Yummy Magazine and P2000 worth of gift certificates from Mr. Jones. 😀 Read more for the mechanics. Continue reading “Yummy Magazine’s Contest for Bloggers”
Beef Stew with Noodles @ Php 45
You will most likely wonder why you should try out Chao Long (Vietnamese dish) when you’re is in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. In addition, you will also think why there are a lot of eateries in Puerto Princesa that are offering Chao Long. History tells us that there were Vietnamese who became refugees here in the Philippines. This was the main reason why there are a lot of eateries offering Chao Long. 🙂 Continue reading “Puerto Princesa Food Trip Series #1: Bona’s Chao Long”