I go to Antonio’s in Tagaytay whenever my friend Ariel comes home from San Francisco because that’s his favorite restaurant. I don’t mind going to Antonio’s more than once a year though.
Our two days in Baguio were over and we decided to have one last meal together in Pampanga. We were supposed to eat at C’ Italian Dining but my friend Jenny raved about the Mexican food at Iguana’s so that where we had our late, late lunch.
You may wonder what we did in Baguio last February? We skipped all the usual tourist attractions like Burnham Park, Wright Park even the market since our vehicles didn’t have enough space for all the veggies we wanted to buy. We did go to Mines View not see the St. Bernard or the views butContinue reading “Le Chef at The Manor, Baguio City”
When I was much younger I didn’t eat salad except for Mario’s Caesar salad specially the one in Baguio. Finally after so many years I wanted to find out if their salad was still as good as I remembered.
When we went to Baguio in 2011 I wanted to eat at Hill Station and would point it out to our driver Joel each and every time we passed by it. Alas it wasn’t meant to be. This time as soon as we arrived in Baguio we went to Hill Station for lunch.
On the first week of February my friends and I went to Baguio just to eat and bond. We went ahead of the Panagbenga Festival and while it was still cold but not as cold as Baguio’s recent low of 8°C.
I enjoyed Kitsho’s king crab leg hot pot so much Jin suggested I try Toki’s oyster hot pot. Toki is located above McDonald’s across S & R at The Fort.
Last year I was invited to try out Harina Artisan Bakery Cafe in White Plains. I finally got the chance to go for brunch a few weeks ago.
My friend Frannywanny and her hubby Paul now live in Singapore. They come back to Manila from time to time and Jinlovestoeat and I try to meet up with them whenever Fran can fit us in their super tight schedule of non-stop eating and meet ups. Such is the life of an in demand food blogger.
When Rochelle and I went to Paris a couple of years ago one of the simple meals we enjoyed was from Paul in the basement of the Louvre. We shared a long baguette filled with tuna salad, a flan normand and an Orangina soda. It wasn’t fancy but it left an impression on us andContinue reading “Paul SM Aura Manila”