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.
Finally, me and Sharlyne were able to try Jollibee’s Strawberry Sundae. Just like the chocolate variant, their strawberry sundae uses the same soft-serve vanilla ice cream topped with strawberry syrup and some strawberry bits. Their strawberry sundae is indeed for someone who has a sweet tooth. 😉 Sundaes, ice creams and other cold desserts are included in my list of comfort foods. And because you might be stressed of thinking what to do this Christmas, we’re giving away something for our dear readers everyday courtesy of Jollibee. The contest shall start tomorrow and it will run until Sunday. 😉
Taps is said to be Davao’s breakfast capital. Because of its popularity amongst the locals and because me and Sha love breakfasts, we decided to have breakfast at Taps at a branch near the People’s Park (along Palma Gil St.) so that we could also take pictures there. Continue reading “Taps: Davao’s Breakfast Capital”
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”
Fiesta Kapampangan offers the best of Pampanga food and pasalubong. Fiesta Kapampangan is a food court inside Robinson’s Starmills with an area for al fresco dining. What’s great about Fiesta Kapampangan is you do not have to go too far to sample some of Pampanga’s best. 😉 Continue reading “Fiesta Kapampangan at Robinson’s Starmills”
The name of Chic-Boy is obviously a word-play of their specialties chicken and pork (the English translation of “baboy”). There are a number of take-out stores in Metro Manila (mostly located in Quezon City). It’s good that they’ve opened a full fast food restaurant along Jupiter St. in Makati City. Yes to 24 hours of access to their sumptuous and sinful Cebu Lechon Liempo. 😀 Continue reading “Chic-Boy: Chicken at Baboy”