Polka Dot Bakeshop is one of the very few if not the only LJC establishment that doesn’t have ornate and vintage decor. The look that the bakeshop seems to be more on the modern and cheerful ambiance.
Right in the heart of Banawe with the rich culture and overflowing food places in the area, Chinatown’s Best Food had to compete with intense competition. How did they stay on top? The establishment really steps up in proving that they do more than deserve their restaurant name.
If you’re looking for ramen in San Juan, you’ll definitely think of Oyasumi Ramen. Oyasumi in Japanese means “Good night”. Surely, it’s the best description for this restaurant for after eating here, you’ll be so full you’ll want to sleep right there and then.
Favori is known for its room scents and linen sprays. But have you ever heard of their scent of wanderlust?
Gamecon’s first ever event was held in SM Megamall’s Event Centers last <>. Although it wasn’t as huge as the usual growing conventions here in the Philippines, it’s definitely a great step in the right direction.
I’ve tried Manic Panic and Arctic Fox a while back. It seems fitting, that now I’ve tried Sparks, to write about it to. I mainly used the Sparks to attain a bright green hair with a tinge of blue. Now on to the comparisons.
An awesome gyoza place has entered Metro Manila! Food specialty shops are all the rage in Japan. Specialty shops mean that they give more effort in a particular dish than most general restaurants.
If you ever find yourself walking the beach of Boracay, looking for a restaurant that can soothe your elite palate and ginormous appetite, head over to Tito’s Resto and Grill!
Ever feel like the city is too fast, too noisy, too much? Ever need to relax, unwind, and just enjoy nature. But then, you don’t have the time to go away from Manila for so long? Or that you can’t do much of the adventure-y outdoors-y things, but you kind of want to try?