It’s been a good year for me in terms of food discoveries but not weight gain. I’ve tried a lot of good ice cream, cheesecake, ensaymada, apple pies, bagels and lots of donuts. But my favorite food find has to be bocaditos.
Last September I celebrated my birthday. Last September I ate at Lugang Cafe three times. Why? I wanted my friends to try the new dishes as well as my favorites at Lugang Cafe.The first time was lunch with my Ateneo buddies. Only Len Len had previously eaten at Lugang. It was Tes and Rizette’s firstContinue reading “My Birthday Celebrations at Lugang Cafe”
One of the best places to shop and eat in Hong Kong is at Tsim Sha Tsui or TST. Most Filipino tourists are very familiar with Harbour City where all the brands are under one roof. But there is much more to TST than Harbour City. One of my favorite streets is Hankow Road whichContinue reading “Shopping and Eating in Hong Kong: Hankow and Ashley Roads”
It’s hasn’t even been a month since the last time I ate at Kanin Club and two weeks ago I brought my aunt and uncle and a couple of their friends. All of them were from Texas. It’s now my favorite place to bring balikbayans and foreigners to eat Filipino food. I ordered my favoriteContinue reading “Kanin Club again!”
Recently my friend Eric whom I haven’t seen in a long time and who just found out I have a blog asked me what my favorite Persian restaurant, siopao, chocolate cake, etc were. That got me thinking and now I’m sharing them with you. These are my personal favorites. You may or may not agreeContinue reading “My Favorites!”
After nearly 2 weeks in Hong Kong it was time to go back home to Manila. We will miss the cool weather and the fantastic food. Time to diet and hit the gym full blast.There’s was no question where we would eat lunch and our last meal in Hong Kong. We wanted to eat theContinue reading “Last meal in Hong Kong at Chuk Yuen”
Chuk Yuen is, imho, the best place to eat dim sum in Hong Kong, well in Tsim Sha Tsui anyway. First they have an English menu for you to place a tick mark on what you want to order. Trust me this is not common practice. A lot of restaurants have only Chinese menus. DimContinue reading “Lunch at Chuk Yuen Seafood Restaurant”