Monday, August 22, 2016

RECIPE: Matcha Cookies by The Maya Kitchen

It used to be a "tea" variant, but now, almost everyone is going crazy with matcha flavors. There's matcha chocolate, matcha ice cream, matcha cake, matcha pancakes, matcha-flavored coffee ... and the list seem to be endless.

And here's an interestingly yummy matcha cookie recipe from The Maya Kitchen that is so easy to do.


Saturday, August 20, 2016

Nanbantei of Tokyo Opens in Alabang Town Center

Yakitori lovers can now celebrate especially those residing in the South of Metro. Nanbantei of Tokyo opens its latest branch in Alabang Town Center and aims to provide guests with an authentic yakitori experience.


Wednesday, August 17, 2016

The Perfect Snack: Jollibee's Crispy Flavored Fries and Fruity Floats

Spice up your after school or barkada hangout with the latest snack combo from Jollibee- the Jolly Crispy Flavored Fries and Fruity Floats.

Monday, August 15, 2016

Wings-All-You-Can at Half The Price with Buffalo Wild Wings’ Wing Tuesdays

Indulge in your favorite buffalo wings with more than 12 mouthwatering sauces to choose from at Buffalo Wild Wings. And there’s more, every Tuesday for the whole month of August, diners can have their fill of eat-all-you-can delectable buffalo wings for half the price. Crazy-delicious, right?

Sunday, August 7, 2016

RECIPE: TKG's Khmer-inspired Stir-Fry Beef with Pineapple

One of my most memorable meal in Siem Reap is at the Golden Coconut Restaurant where I had Beef with Pineapple.  Sharing with you here a beef and pineapple dish inspired by that meal in Siem Reap.


Sunday, July 31, 2016

Old China Cafe in Kuala Lumpur

I guess Old China Cafe tops my list of memorable places / restos when we went to Kuala Lumpur last summer. Prior to the trip, I attended the World Streetfood Congress 2016 which was held in Manila and I really fell in-love with the dishes there that it made me want to visit its country of origin.

The place was a bit hard to find though since we just took the "free" bus from Bukit Bintang till Chinatown area. And we almost didn't see it because we took the wrong (longer route) way, and the street was so deserted and then the buildings are so old. Imagine Divisoria sans people, the area looks like that. And my friends were so ready to give up because that was in the mid-afternoon and it was so hot, and after the Chinatown area tour we all planned to go to Suria KLCC, which was more appealing- really.

Luckily, we did find it eventually but the place doesn't really look inviting. Are we in the right place?