McDo PH Flavors of Japan Review

I first set foot in Japan just over 2 years ago, and ever since then I’ve made it a life goal to visit that awesome country at least once a year for the rest of my functional life (same as Queenie!). Besides the culture and the sights, it is the food that keeps us coming…

Five Foods I Can No Longer Eat Since Quitting Rice

  Three weeks ago, I would have snap-bought a shirt with print like above in a heartbeat. Be it the vehicle for Spam and kimchi fried rice, the front act for an Italian feast in Arancini, or the star of the show in Paella Negra, rice is and always will be what I consider to…

The 10 Best Things I Ate in Japan

Hello all! Man, it’s been 4 months already since I last posted? Time flies insanely fast. I apologize, as I’ve been writing a lot more non-food stuff on my personal blog lately (CLICK HERE TO CHECK IT OUT), mostly about travel and life. It wasn’t all for naught though, as my travels have given me many opportunities…

Our First Look at Silantro Fil-Mex

The South is really coming into its own as the place to be for food. What once was burdened with limited dining options is now being littered with foodie favorites migrating from The North. With the dearth of tipsy grub options, the area was screaming for something cheesy, cheap, and chill. Now that Silantro has arrived, do…

Yellow Cab Sriracha Wings

Wings are a-dime-a-dozen in the Metro, with stores popping up left and right, all with their own take on what constitutes the perfect chicken wing (most named Wing-insertwordhere). When thinking of where to go to satisfy our (at least) monthly wing craving, Yellow Cab is waaaaaaay down on the list, being known more as everyone’s…

KFC’s New Rice Bowls

Every once in a while, in spite of all the classier options made easily accessible to us South kids, we clamor for the familiarity of fast food. Pimpin’ ain’t easy (nor cheap), so when we think no one is looking, it is a nice change of pace to eat somewhere that doesn’t break the bank….

Drive-by Taco Shop

Post-massage meals are good. Post-massage meals that are affordable are better. Post-massage meals that happen by accident are most definitely the best. We headed to Gourmet’s Palate after a visit to the spa but parking was a pain in the butt so that plan quickly dissipated. Driving along Aguirre in search for an alternative, we happened…

Belly Rub

It hit me like a brick; this restaurant was named after an action associated with being ridiculously full (yes, that motion where you lay your hand on your stomach, palm-side down, and move it in a circular motion). If that doesn’t get you excited to try out a certain restaurant, then nothing will. Belly Rub…

Just Thai

Sweet, sour, and spicy; traits that are unmistakably found in Thai cuisine. Even just thinking about the harmony between these flavors makes my mouth water, and I have never been one to say no to trying out a new Thai restaurant, especially when it is within the vicinity of Alabang. We decided to try out…

Where to Eat – Subic

Happy New Year everyone! The first day of 2016 is upon us, meaning a fresh slate for us to fill with road trips, food trips, and fun trips with friends, family, and loved ones. Subic has long been a favorite destination of people coming from Manila due to its proximity (3 hours away now due to…