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”
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”
Jamba Juice is a popular American brand and they’re known for their healthy juices and blended beverages and as well as their healthy snacks. They’ve been operating in the Philippines for almost a month already. Max’s group owns the Jamba Juice franchise in the Philippines. They are also the same group that runs Krispy Kreme here in the Philippines. Continue reading “Jamba Juice’s Healthy Smoothies”
Since there are a few stores open during Holy Week (most especially on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday), the ideal place to meet is a 24-hour McDonald’s store. This morning, I was supposed to meet with other bloggers but I still went to McDonald’s to buy my breakfast and lunch. Continue reading “My dose of McDonald’s on a Maundy Thursday”
Thanks to Robinson’s Galleria for inviting us over to a food tour of the restaurants in The Veranda. Our first stop was Papa John’s where we were able to sample their thin-crust and hand-tossed pizzas. Continue reading “Robinson’s Galleria – The Veranda Food Trip Part 1”
The first time I heard about this restaurant, I got intrigued by its name – Goodfellas. I know it’s associated with the Italian mafia so I thought it was just another Italian restaurant. It was a public holiday when we decided to have the food tasting in Goodfellas. Although I live near Quezon City, it was quite hard to go there on a weekday. Glad that they accommodated us during the public holiday. We were with fellow food blogger, Dante Ward.
Johnny Rockets is an international food chain specializing in hamburgers, sandwiches and floats. The first branch of Johnny Rockets in Manila opened in Eastwood. Finally, they opened a branch in Tomas Morato which is a lot nearer. 😀 Continue reading “Back to the 50’s at Johnny Rockets”
I’m not a fan of Hawaiian pizzas. However, I love how Greenwich “leveled up” their Hawaiian pizza. The Ultimate Hawaiian Overload has more toppings, and more cheese! 😀 Continue reading “Greenwich’s Ultimate Hawaiian Overload”
Bigg’s Diner is one of the biggest food chains in Bicol. By just looking at Bigg’s diner’s interior design, one would easily conclude that it is a 50’s inspired diner. Continue reading “Albay Food Tripping #4: Bigg’s Diner”
As I was walking by Swanston Street in Melbourne, I saw a Krispy Kreme kiosk. I didn’t hesitate to buy their original glazed donut because I want to know if there is a difference from the original glazed donuts here in Manila. Well, well, well, to my surprise, it tasted much better! It’s not that sweet compared to the ones we have here. I also noticed that they also have other flavors that are not available here in Manila such as Strawberry Cheesecake, Lime Splice and Crushed Pineapple.
Anyway, 1 original glazed donut costs AUD $2.30 (Php 98 +). For them this is already very cheap!