It’s my blog’s 10th anniversary. Yay to me!
If you’re like me I learn about new restaurants through social media, whether through a post on Instagram or an article on the web. I’ve never heard of Mateo’s before even though I’ve most likely passed by it. My partner chose the place for our meeting because he passes by it all the time.
For our Tuesday lunch I suggested Kanteen in The Fort which served Ilonggo food and my friends quickly agreed.
Let me share a new restaurant in Little Baguio, San Juan that will sweep you away to another era once you step inside it’s doors.
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 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.
Sarsa has been on my must try list but I never prioritized it since I wasn’t too excited to eat inasal or bbq meat. That’s what I thought summed up Sarsa’s Negrense cuisine. Boy was I wrong big time. So wrong I ate there twice last week.
Dining at Claude and Mary Ann Tayag’s Bale Dutung (house of wood) in Pampanga has always been in my food bucket list. It took my cousin’s visit to Manila to make it finally come true.
In lieu of a Christmas party my management team requested to have a buffet lunch and they chose Guevarra’s in San Juan. The buffet restaurant occupied an old house in a big property with a large parking area.
My HS classmate Mercy came home to Manila for a quick visit and we had a get together for lunch. I suggested C2 Classic Cusine since it’s one of my go to places to bring balikbayans to.