I have heard so much about La Cocina de Tita Moning so when they had a deal going on in Deal Grocer, I bought one. Ivan and I ate at La Cocina de Tita Moning last March and I definitely enjoyed the fine dining experience in an ancestral home.
Felix is one of the restaurants at the restaurant strip in Greenbelt 5. Sometime in February, I ate here with Ivan’s family in celebration of his birthday. Read on to see and read about our orders.
During one of our paydays, Dang and I wanted to eat something out of the ordinary for dinner. We were thinking what restaurant we haven’t tried in UP TechnoHub. Actually, we’ve tried every single restaurant, fast food, and convenience store in UP Technohub. Krisella (read her Cafe Breton review here) just ate at Café Breton the previous day so Dang and I ended up going to Café Breton. Continue reading
In January, my friends went on a trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia to visit one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Angkor Wat. We had no idea what Cambodian cuisine was and we had a bad first meal in Cambodia. So when we were looking for a place to eat for dinner, we carefully searched for a restaurant that seemed decent. We ended up eating at Cambodian Soup Restaurant.
A couple of weeks I was browsing at different group-buying sites for places to eat at around Manila that wouldn’t be too harsh on my budget. I stumbled upon Kulinarya Experience and immediately bought two vouchers for me and my boyfriend. I chose Robinsons Place Manila since it’s more convenient for us to go their.
I finally had the chance to eat at Pino Resto Bar in Malingap St. this January. Looking at their menu, I had a hard time ordering since I wanted to try all of their dishes. But I settled for the much raved about Kare-Kareng Bagnet.
We headed over at Robinsons Place Manila to finally try Uncle Cheffy’s panizza. I was able to buy a voucher from one of the top group buying sites in the Philippines for only P399 which originally costs P495 for the most expensive flavor.