I mentioned Red Mango’s nice spoon in the previous post and it piqued Dianne’s curiousity. So here’s the spoon as I tried to capture it. It’s more like a smooth spade.
Red Mango is a frozen yogurt chain founded in South Korea in 2002, that has gained popularity in the United States. The company is known for using natural ingredients in making “authentic frozen yogurt” that is both tart and creamy. (from Wikipedia) Red Mango is now in Manila. Their first 2 branches are at theContinue reading “Red Mango at SM Megamall”
Cua pao is an open faced siopao with pork belly, preserved green mustard vegtable and sweet ground peanuts as filling. I don’t know where cua pao came from because I haven’t seen it in Hong Kong, China or Singapore. Maybe it’s a Filipino invention? Finding good cua pao is even harder than finding good siopao.Continue reading “In search for the best Cua Pao”
This is a new restaurant in SM Megamall’s Atrium. Their specialty is the London pies. Today they had 3 variants – Salmon & Spinach (bestseller), Juicy Steak and Chicken Ham. The pies are wrapped in a phyllo crust. I bought 4 pieces for the price of 3. I tried the chicken first. I see hamContinue reading “Eat and Go”
My favorite food at SM Mega Mall supermarket is Odd Balls. They sell a variety of balls – squid, fish, shrimp and kikiam. I only eat their squid balls which are chewy and have a subtle squid taste. What makes their squid balls stand out is the mix of hot and sweet sauce. The signContinue reading “Odd Balls”