Sinangag and Longanisa Dinner w/ Habibi

>> Sunday, June 3, 2012

Who says we can't eat breakfast food during dinner? I cooked this Sinangag with mixed veggies, minced hotdog and egg. Paired with Longanisa. Chow time! ^^


Royal Buffet - St. Louis Missouri

>> Saturday, March 3, 2012

Last year, I was able to dine in a nice Chinese buffet restaurant along Ballwin Missouri. For $12.00 you can eat all the Chinese food dishes all you can.

The place is cozy and has a little koi pond. 

Yes, I am an sucker for different kind of soups! 

Royal Buffet

(636) 527-7988

15425 Manchester Road 
BallwinMO 63011



>> Saturday, March 5, 2011

They say sometimes you just need innovation to start a business. Popcorn for example has long been known to many but when flavored pop corns were introduced, kinagat pa din ng masa.

Similarly, there's many different french fries stalls now although no one has ever offered and presented it like Twistix has. Ultimate Hit sa masa ulit!

Twistix uses a slicer so their potato makes a continuous twirl
They put their sliced potatoes in a thick barbecue stick (so it won't burn when dipped in hot oil, left of the pic)

The result is a unique, good looking potato twirl
Twistix offers different flavors - Sour&Cream, Pizza, Barbecue, Spicy, Cheese

Don't fail to try a new potato experience.


Magic Pop in MOA

>> Friday, March 4, 2011

available in different sizes. The big ones costs Php39.00
There are different flavors too.

This machine in the picture makes the 'magic pop'.
Nakakagulat when you pass by because it produces a popping sound and would spit the snack out, aliw.

Are you looking for a healthy snack substitute?

This establishment is one of the busiest kiosks now in MOA offering no oil, zero trans fat diet snack. I believe it's called Magic Pop. It looks like chicharon but not cooked like one. Plus it tastes like mere starch.

Try it and let us know what you think! :)


Mann Hann's Best Sellers

>> Tuesday, February 22, 2011

I am craving for these best sellers.  Yum! Yum! Yum!
If this is the first time you heard or plan of going to Mann Hann (or Manangs) restaurant, you really need to try the Crispy Pata, Fried Squid Heads and Yang Chow Fried Rice. Bon appetite!


Forest House in Baguio City

>> Sunday, January 30, 2011

A distant friend said we should try to eat here since we're already in Baguio.

Unfortunately, it was a weekend and there was already a long list of patrons before us, so we weren't able to try.

Care to share your feedback, in case you've tried this resto? I heard it's fine dining here, with Steak on the menu.. :)


Fely J's @ GreenBelt

>> Monday, January 10, 2011

You haven't tried all the Filipino restaurants around if you've never been at Fely J's.

Situated at 2/F Greenbelt 5, Fely J's can easily be spotted, accessible to many. They offer openness and simplicity evidenced by their glass walls and wood furnitures.

Their menu is a list of typical Filipino food, sometimes with a twist, like their Lamb Kaldereta, Bistik Tagalog ng Kano and some Salads. For me, their price is a bit mid to high range probably because of the consumer they have targeted.

In this restaurant is where the newlyweds, Rina and Rodel, hosted their wedding reception. :)

the private area for us

some pinoy appetizers:
chicharong bulaklak, fried shrimp and calamares

Dili-Cious Rice
jasmin rice topped with dilis

the classic Sinigang na Baboy

either this is
Kankong sa Gata or Ginataang Gulay at Hipon

the deadly and sinful
Crispy Patang Bawang

Chicken "Mabuting" Inasal

Tilapia with Sweet Plum Sauce
For Dessert:

Bayabas Pie
made with fresh guava with cinammon. tastes just like apple pie. you wouldn't know it's guava! :)

Sikreto ni Maria Clara
suman, vanilla ice cream, mangoes

we had a FEAST!

Overall, this place is refreshing if you're tired with the regular Max's, Centro and Gerry's and the like, plus I'm sure their dessert selection will keep you coming back.

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