Zong Redefines Dining Experience

Roasted Lacquered Chicken at Zong
Roasted Lacquered Chicken, 600 pesos

Sometimes when we go out for lunch or dinner with my parents and siblings on a weekend, we’d go to The Fort and eat at Zong. We love eating at Zong because of the good food and it’s reasonably priced. 🙂 When I received the invitation from Zong to try out some new dishes, I didn’t hesitate at all. 🙂 Continue reading “Zong Redefines Dining Experience”

Robinson’s Galleria – The Veranda Food Tripping Part 2

Outside Delicious Kitchen

Here’s the part two of our Robsinson’s Galleria The Veranda Food Tripping. This time, you’ll be reading about Delicious Kitchen by Eat Well and 8 Spices. Delicious Kitchen is a Chinese restaurant while 8 Spices is a Thai restaurant. Continue reading “Robinson’s Galleria – The Veranda Food Tripping Part 2”

Binondo Food Tour Series #5: Tasty Dumplings

Taiwanese style Meatball Soup at Tasty Dumplings
Taiwanese style Meatball Soup, PhP 63 per order

Tasty Dumplings, located near Minor Basilica of St. Lorenzo, is a Taiwanese fast food restaurant. We weren’t really planning to eat there but since we’re waiting for Juned, we decided to stay inside and order something light. Continue reading “Binondo Food Tour Series #5: Tasty Dumplings”

Binondo Food Tour Series #3: New Po-Heng Lumpia House

Lumpia at New Po-Heng Lumpia House
Fresh Lumpia, 45 pesos

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”

Crustasia by Red Crab

At Crustasia Buffet 5

Crustasia is just one of the Red Crab restaurants. If you’re craving for seafood, most especially crabs, you may want to try Crustasia’s buffet if you’re in Shangri-la Mall. Crustasia’s buffet selections are complete. It includes appetizers, the main course and the dessert where you’ll get to enjoy delicacies from China, Thailand and Vietnam. Continue reading “Crustasia by Red Crab”

Gloria Maris’ Dimsum Buffet Promo

Spare Ribs at Gloria Maris
Spare Ribs

Savor the goodness of dimsum, unlimited, for the price of 238 pesos per head at Gloria Maris Podium or Gloria Maris Rockwell. It’s a holiday today, and it’s the not yet the last day of their dimsum buffet promo since it’s moved to September 30 😀 . Enjoy it from 2:30pm to 5:30pm. I hope this won’t be just a promo anymore. 😉 Continue reading “Gloria Maris’ Dimsum Buffet Promo”

Binondo Food Tour Series #1: Sincerity Restaurant

Fried Chicken at Sincerity
Fried Chicken @ around P150 half order

A Fried Chicken may sound so common for us to visit a restaurant in Binondo called Sincerity Restaurant, they are the masters of making the common fried chicken extraordinary. For us, this is the best chicken in town. Better than foreign brands that we know of.

Sincerity’s fried chicken is crispy yet tender and juicy. That is the way we like our fried chicken because some may offer crispy fried chicken, yet the meat is dry. Continue reading “Binondo Food Tour Series #1: Sincerity Restaurant”

Solihiya: Filipino and Chinese Fusion

Sizzling Bulalo Steak by Solihiya

We were looking for restaurants to eat around Greenbelt 5 that was not that really expensive. And so, we found ourselves inside Solihiya. Solihiya is a fusion of Filipino and Chinese. We were supposed to try the Lechon Macau Salad but I insisted on the Sizzling Bulalo Steak which is already good for two. 🙂 Continue reading “Solihiya: Filipino and Chinese Fusion”

Tong Yang Shabu-Shabu and Grill buffet

Grill and Shabu Shabu at Tong Yang

Me and Sha had a dinner at Tong Yang at SM Megamall. This is not a typical buffet where you get food and you eat it. At Tong Yang, you get the food that you want to grill, be it a chicken, pork, lamb, etc. You would also have to get the ingredients for the shabu-shabu. After that, you have to do the cooking. 😀 Continue reading “Tong Yang Shabu-Shabu and Grill buffet”

Ma Mon Luk: Still serving the best mami and siopao

The Original Ma Mon Luk Mami

If you want some mami and siopao experience that is already written in history, go to Ma Mon Luk in either Quiapo or along Quezon Ave. near Banawe. Those are the only two existing branches of Ma Mon Luk. Since Ma Mon Luk’s death on September 21, 1961, three generations have been succeeded already and I’m glad it’s still there. 🙂 Continue reading “Ma Mon Luk: Still serving the best mami and siopao”