After our stop at Brickfire, we headed directly to Buffalo’s Wings N’ Things which is located on the opposite side of Brickfire. It was not my first time at Buffalo’s Wings N’ Things. Me and Sharlyne got to try it in their branches at Ortigas Home Depot and in Dela Rosa, Makati City. We usually order there the Champion Buffalo Wings, the Garlic Parmesan wings, and the NY Dirty Rice. Continue reading “SM North Food Trip 2: Buffalo’s Wings N’ Things”
Last weekend, there was a sale in SM North City dubbed as the Great Northern Sale. We went there last weekend not just to look around but to eat in some of the restaurants in SM North. Part one of the series is Brickfire. Brickfire is a casual dining steakhouse that was first established in Katipunan. Continue reading “SM North Food Trip 1: Brickfire”
The Great Northern Sale at SM North EDSA starts today, July 19 and it will end on July 21! You can avail certain items up to 70 percent off! Ain’t that cool? Since you will definitely get hungry during the sale, here are some of our recommendations on where to eat: Continue reading “Shopping at SM North EDSA later for the Great Northern Sale?”
It was a Friday night when we decided to go to Bonifacio High Street. We really did not have any plans that night and we were thinking where to eat. So we walked from the 7th Street in Bonifacio High Street until we reached Serendra. Then, we found Saboten. We tried to check out their menu and even though we’re 7th on the list, we patiently waited. 🙂 Continue reading “Saboten joins the Katsu Craze in Manila”
I can still remember when me and Sharlyne went to Singapore and ate food there like a local. Yes, we can eat Singaporean food all-day long. When FoodTrippings got invited to try this out, of course I was excited because I love Singaporean food. If you remember the Orchard Road restaurant in SM Megamall, that’s where the My Singapore Food Street stands now. It’s not connected to the Orchard Road restaurant that used to be there. Singapore Food Street is owned by the Lhulliers. Continue reading “My Singapore Food Street at SM Megamall”
For this love month, Brothers Burger has introduced their latest designer burger which is only available until March 8. It’s the Red Bun Angus Burger. It’s a half-pound black angus beef patty (flame-grilled, and medium-rare) with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, catsup and mayonnaise. Instead of using the regular bun, they opted to have a red bun that is not made of food coloring, but from cranberries. Each order of the Red Bun Angus Burger comes with some criss-cut fries. Continue reading “Brothers Burger’s latest offering: Red Bun Angus Burger”
It was my first time to visit JCo Donuts and Coffee in Eastwood to attend a media launch and I was glad to know that this particular branch is big! I actually like how spacious it is. Another good thing about this branch is that it’s open 24 hours! Continue reading “J.Co Donuts & Coffee Eastwood: Open 24 hours!”
Ikea in Tampines is the largest Ikea in Singapore (the other one is in Alexandria). We went there to meet up with Aileen while we were there last December. Since there’s no Ikea in Manila, I guess it’s another food discovery in Singapore if you opt to eat some Swedish food instead of the typical local food there.
The first time I’ve heard of TWG was during a food tour in The Veranda at Robinson’s Galleria. One of the restaurants there, “La Creperie”, serves some TWG teas. During our visit there, we were able to try the Silver Moon tea. It was indeed one of the best teas I’ve ever had. Thus, when I saw the TWG sign in Greenbelt 5, I became excited and I asked Sharlyne to go there with me so we can try it together. 🙂 Continue reading “The TWG Tea Salon and Boutique Experience”
The temperature has been really high the past few days and I usually tend to look for something cold to eat or drink. Last Saturday, I went to SM The Block to try out Picket Fence Milk and Ice Cream Bar with Sharlyne and her Mom. It was actually our first time to try out their ice cream. I asked the crew some questions and I learned that their ice cream products are imported from Australia. I also learned that Picket Fence is a local brand and is not a franchise from Australia.