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Klondike

Sounds a bit Scandinavian to me! But this is actually an ice-cream bar. There's a hint of rum or liquor in the chocolate coating and the vanilla was just divine. Available at S & R only.




Cafe Mamia

I haven't been to Dumaguete City since the early 90's and was very excited about our trip. Predictably, food overrules the tourist spots in the city. After arriving from our early morning flight, we freshened up a bit and headed off to Cafe Mamia for breakfast.





Atong Kamalig

An ihaw-ihaw restaurant in Dumaguete City. It is near Silliman University. This is where we dined during our first night in Dumaguete. About a km away from Honeycomb Hotel. Diners in the evening are treated to a live band performance. The restaurant also serve beer and alcoholic beverages.





Chicken Inato. This is how they call grilled chicken. It was nicely grilled. No reddish or bloody part. And surprise, surprise. The meat was not dry. Yummy!

Cake Heaven: Sansrival Cakes & Pastries

I've done my research before our trip to Dumaguete City and I think daughter and I just discovered cake heaven! Located at #1 San Jose St., Dumaguete City (few steps away from Rizal Boulevard), Sansrival Cakes and Pastries is a must-visit when touring Negros.




Mogu Mogu

I love the pink color!






I first chanced upon this drink at Bonchon but since I am not fond of flavored drinks, some months or was it a year passed before I was able to taste it. And I didn't even buy it. Hubby's client/friend bought it during our roadtrip to Tagaytay.

Verdict. I still didn't like it. But the pink looks kinda cute so that's a thumbs up when it comes to packaging. And I won't be spending money in the near future just to buy this drink. Sorry.