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.
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Food Trip at Harbour City HK
I hate going to Harbour City in Hong Kong. Each time I go there I gain about 5 lbs!!! But really it’s one of the best malls in Hong Kong. It seems all the retail brands have a shop there.
Dojo Dairy Japanese Ice Cream
One of the benefits of being a food blogger is sometimes I get sent new products to try and eventually share with my readers. A couple of months ago Dojo Dairy sent me five cups of ice cream to sample.
A Day of Eating in Sheung Wan
Whenever I go to Hong Kong I stay in Tsim Sha Tsui that’s why most of my restaurant reviews are from the area. I hardly go to Hong Kong side just to eat. I figured there was more than enough good restaurants in my side of the harbour so why bother? Last August I metContinue reading “A Day of Eating in Sheung Wan”
A Week in Instagram
With so many forms of social media around it’s confusing for someone in my generation. I recently got more proficient with Instagram which I found interesting and entertaining. With one post on Instagram I can also share my pictures on Twitter and Facebook. I also discovered several fascinating people sharing their talents and artistry. HereContinue reading “A Week in Instagram”
If there’s a food fad somewhere in the world but specially in the USA you can be sure creative and enterprising Filipinos will have a version in a flash.
Eric Kayser Bakery Grab & Go Hong Kong
Since I’ll be going to Hong Kong again soon I decided to post my discoveries from my trip last Holy Week. I didn’t know Eric Kayser, a popular bakery from France, opened a store in Hong Kong until a thoughtful reader pointed it out to me.
Ginza Bairin Philippines
Before only travelers to Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore can eat authentic specialties from around the world. Now more and more foreign food outlets are setting up branches in Manila. I can’t help but think we’re really on our way to having a tiger economy. Go Philippines! The latest import to the country is GinzaContinue reading “Ginza Bairin Philippines”
Breakfast for Dinner at Wild Honey
I gave up my precious free time supposedly for shopping the Great Singapore Sale to meet with my dear friend and blogger Frannywanny and I didn’t mind one bit. Fran and her hubby Paul just moved to Singapore and I promised her I would visit her.
Lobster Buffet at Corniche, Diamond Hotel Philippines
I’m not too keen on buffets because my tummy can’t catch up with everything my eyes devour. When Fran, who’s back in Manila for a short trip, texted me if I wanted to try a lobster buffet it didn’t take me a second to reply a resounding “YES!” You see, lobster is my favorite seafood.Continue reading “Lobster Buffet at Corniche, Diamond Hotel Philippines”