Ever since having my first taste of xiao long bao at Din Tai Fung in Singapore, I have yearned to taste them at restaurants that really specialize in making the soup dumplings. My colleagues apparently have the same love for these juicy steamed buns. One day after work, we came to Tien Ma’s Taiwanese Cuisine …Read More »
IHOP Philippines Spreads Happiness on Their 3rd Year
Time really runs fast. I still remember the first few weeks of IHOP’s launch here in the Philippines. The first branch was in BGC in Taguig. Everyone went gaga over their world-famous American-style pancakes, hearty omelets, sandwiches and appetizers. This 2016, IHOP Philippines celebrates its third year …Read More »
Organizing big parties, weddings, and corporate events can be a daunting task. In these occasions, a large and attractive venue that can accommodate over a hundred guests is usually required. Hotels’ ballroom and banquet halls often come to mind, however booking for the space alone (without the food) already entails paying out a huge sum …Read More »
My boyfriend claims with confidence that he’s an expert when it comes to gift-giving. Whether it is Valentine’s Day, birthday, Christmas, anniversary, or other celebration, he always has a huge variety of ideas for gifts that are sure to impress. I’m quite the opposite and I know I’m not alone.
Many people have difficulties in …Read More »
Across DLSU and adjacent CSB along Taft Avenue, Manila, Café Travel is a Korean-inspired coffee shop which attracts many customers, particularly students of nearby schools, as if serving truffle-stuffed unicorn trotters. Its competitive advantage has to be its unique atmosphere and cute appeal. It’s ideal for those seeking a good and quiet place to hang …Read More »
Two weeks ago, my sister and I met with her college friends for lunch at Café Laya near DLSU. Soaking in the glorious sunshine, we walked from South Gate to EGI Taft Tower where the café is at. Seeing Velasco Gate (Gate 3) reminded me of the day I took the entrance exam at …Read More »