UPDATE: July 13, 2014 Yesterday we ate at Century Seafood again just a little over a month from the last time. We had the same Buddha Jumped Over the Wall plus a few new dishes which I really liked. I decided to just add the pictures to this post.
At the very last minute Rochelle decided she wanted to watch Wicked and even though I already watched it in San Francisco several years ago I agreed to go with her. We got tickets to the second to the last show. Before the show we went to Tanabe for a super early dinner. It wasContinue reading “Tanabe Japanese Restaurant in Malate”
Last February 21, 2014 I was in Kalayaan Avenue in Makati and remember there was a new mall called Century City Mall (not related to the one in L.A.) so I made a quick detour to check out the place.
Regular readers of this blog know that I’m a cookie monster. Cookies are my most favorite sweet treats. I always bemoan the fact that there are so few establishments in Manila that give cookies a larger space on their shelves.
There are so many small restaurants in the Kapitolyo area that I still have to try but I had a hankering for nachos so I went to Silantro.
As a coffee drinker I’m so pleased that more and more serious coffee places are opening in Manila. The latest and nearest to me is Department of Coffee along Wilson St. in San Juan.
If it weren’t for my friend Deb I don’t think I would ever get to try Bistro Ravioli and that would have been a shame. Let me tell you what you’re missing.
I was so full from lunch at Ramen Nagi but I will always have a pocket of space left in my tummy for coffee and dessert. Well, it was supposed to be coffee only until I saw something that left me breathless.
When I told my cousin who’s from the US that I wanted to bring her to SM Aura to try Ramen Nagi her first request was to see the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod before we ate or else we might forget to go.
Majority of the Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong serve Cantonese food. When we want a change we go for Shanghainese food which has their own specialties and the most popular is the Xiao Long Bao.