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Budget-Friendly Sashimi Bowls at Ueno

Tokyo's Ueno District is famously known for Ueno Park, Tokyo National Museum and Nezu Shrine but of course, there's more such as the equally famous Ameyoko Street Market.

So after doing a quick cultural tour and some last minute shopping, our tummies started to complain about hunger. It was a choice between the rice bowls or ramen but since we've been eating a lot of ramen since arriving in Tokyo, we opted for rice bowls.


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Healthy Dining at Healthy Meals Ph Resto

Health Meals Ph is one of the purveyors of weekly meal delivery here in the Metro. They cater to people who are into healthy lifestyle or has some dietary requirements or even those who live alone and doesn't have the time to cook because of busy schedule. It used to be available thru online order only but now they opened up a Healthy Meals Ph Resto which is conveniently located along Timog Avenue in Quezon City.

Savoring Hong Kong Favorites at Honolulu HK Cafe in SM Aura Premiere

Hong Kong holds a special place in my heart. I love how they were able to preserve their culture amidst modernity. Of course, this is also true with their dishes- they have the best and unassuming traditional dimsum versus the artisinal ones.

And to satisfy that craving for authentic Hong Kong noms, Honolulu HK Cafe comes to the rescue.


Dumaguete Eats: Budbod Kabog and Sikwate

I've had my first budbod kabog and sikwate summer of '93. I was then attending a writing workshop in Dumaguete and during weekends or whenever we happen to wake up early, I and my co-fellows used to go to the market and feast on budbod.


Dumaguete Eats: Bellychon at Qu4dros Grill

Who doesn't love lechon?
During our recent trip to Dumaguete, we saw this Bellychon at Qu4dros Grill restaurant a few meters from our hotel but didn't get the chance to dine until our last day which was such a shame because the lechon was so good!

Bo-Bangkok!

Going to Bangkok is not complete if you haven't tried their famous Thai Milk Tea which are sold on the streets for 20 baht. It's not really hard to find a milk tea seller because there always seem to be one nearby.