FOOD, Reviews

Pancake House: Double Your Love

Pancake House has this cool promo. It’s called Double Your Love. For only Php350, you can have either a)Two Orders of Spaghetti and Tacos or b) Two Orders of Salisbury Steak. Both comes with 2 glasses of single serve iced tea. I for one think its really cheap. You save more than a Php100 with whichever you choose.DYL-2
And just saying, my favorite spaghetti, if not home cooked, is Pancake House’s. I’m not kidding. I really like it a lot.

I tried both combos. Of course, since their spaghetti is my favorite, I tried that first. When I had the double the love the first time, I haven’t started blogging yet so I didnt even bother taking a picture. Not so the next tie I went. On my second time, I tried the Salisbury steak combo. Both were really good. I just feel that the vegetables that came with the salisbury steak were lacking in quantity. Other than that, no complaints.

Both dishes had great quality for its price, even on their own. Maybe it may have something to do with my biased love of their spaghetti.

My verdict: Sulit!


Just to be clear: I’m not being paid to advertise Pancake House or its promos. I just think it’s a nice thing that more people should know and take advantage of. It really is good.

Originally posted on September 14, 2015 @ 12:45 am


Simple breakfast

  My family loves garlic bread, so for this morning’s breakfast, I made garlic toast, honey-cured ham, and scrambled eggs. It’s simple, easy, and quick!

Since we make garlic bread fairly often, I decided to convert a tub of butter into garlic butter. It’s fairly easy. You just combine chopped garlic into the tub of softened butter.  

 And then, the rest of the food. 



Originally posted on August 30, 2015 @ 9:21 am


Metro Manila Levels Up The Dining Scene With Zomato Gold Experiences


It was just November last year when the world’s fastest-growing dine-out program, Zomato Gold, launched in Metro Manila. Zomato Gold’s ambition is to elevate the city’s dining experience, hence only partnering with top-rated restaurants. The dine-out program has seen immense success in Metro Manila –  with more than 60,000 subscribers and over 600 restaurant partners in less than four months of launch.


Pescatarian Fast Food Guide for Living in the Philippines

Being part of an archipelago, you’d think that going pescetarian would be easy. Boy, was I wrong. There is a lot of pork, beef, and chicken consumption in the Philippines. Unless you’re living right next to the sea, better say goodbye to affordable fish dishes.

Living in the Metro means a busy day, hectic life. So the obvious is go for fast food. Here’s a handy list of what fishy orders get from the local fast food scene.

FOOD, Reviews

Above Sea Level Maginhawa: Foodie Review

Above Sea Level is among the fastest growing franchise in the Metro. Heck, even in the Philippines, I bet. Within a year, Above Sea Level rose to meet the huge demands and had expanded exponentially. The target of most of these franchisees are the food parks that are popping up everywhere in the country.

This Above Sea Level restaurant in Maginhawa is the first stand alone the franchise has built. It’s ran and managed by the creator of the brand, you’ll truly experience what the restaurant is all about.

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