A meal becomes more memorable when shared with good friends. On our recent trip to the City of Pines, my family and I met up with a Baguio-based blogger friend and his daughter for dinner at Mario's Baguio.
Cherry Blossoms and Mt. Fuji are not the only good things that comes to mind when I think of Japan. It also includes the numerous amazing food finds and Japanese dishes. Luckily, some of these goodies are available at Rustan's Supermarket and they have an ongoing Japanese Food Fair until May 7.
Flavors Fusion is an event that features regional cuisine is celebrated in different SM Mall branches all over the country. It also coincided with the 3rd Madrid Fusion Manila which was held at the SMX Convention Center. Read more about Madrid Fusion Manila here.
During the Holy Week season in the Philippines, the tradition of refraining from eating meat is observed. And that is why fish and other seafood dishes are quite popular during Holy Week. Sharing my easy-to-prepare Mackerel recipe.
Yes Pho is my gem-find during our recent trip to the City of Pines. We were supposed to eat pizza at one of the restaurants in Mile Hi Center in Camp John Hay but couldn't find the resto so hubby and daughter opted to eat tapsi while I scouted the area for some interesting food finds.
Visiting Baguio City now doesn’t just mean enjoying the cool air and having a stroll in a place surrounded by pine trees but it has now become a must-visit place for foodies since the city now boasts of news-worthy cafes and restaurants. Of course, there’s still the “favorites” but for me, there’s the thrill in checking out the new ones.
"Easter is all about love and family togetherness."
Make your Easter family celebration more special by having a sumptuous buffet lunch at Mario's Tomas Morato and at Mario's Upper Session Road in Baguio City.
Filipinos have become accustomed to Korean food because of watching KDramas. No kidding. Before, there's only a selected area in the Metro where there's a Korean Restaurant but now, it is everywhere and that also includes the Korean grocery where you can buy freshly-made kimchi, gimbap, etc.
I've read somewhere that aside from serving good food, restaurants or cafes must be "instagramable" for it to be successful. This refer to having nice interiors with lots of corners for a quick photoshoot- food or ootd. And one such place is Dessert Kitchen at the Power Plant Mall in Makati City. However, we didn't eat here to have our pictures taken (maybe on our next visit) but to try out the yummy-looking desserts on the menu.
Mango Pudding, P128. Not too sweet and it doesn't have that fake mango taste. Oh look, it has real mangoes!