Pino Resto Bar, Quezon City

After trying out almost every restaurant in Teacher’s Village and Sikatuna Village, Tim and I voted for Pino Resto Bar to be the best among the rest and a must-not-miss if you’ll go foodtrippin’ along Maginhawa. Although slightly seperated from but still very very near the famous Maginhawa street, Pino, stands tall in 39 Malingap St. Teacher’s…

Tampopo, Promenade Greenhills

Tampopo is one of the Japanese food places in Promenade 3. It is not hard to find because it is linked to the chain of restaurants on the first floor. Their space isn’t that big but is enough to cater a number of people. Their friendly staff met us and soon we were seated and…

Trippin’ at Taft

Taft Avenue, Manila is well known in the Philippines because of a prestigious university standing in the heart of it. The Archers, students of De La Salle University calls this place home. Taft Avenue has also made a name for itself for the number of good restaurants and bars located in its vicinity. Since I…

Yabu: House of Katsu, Robinsons Magnolia

My boyfriend’s favorite cuisine is Japanese while I, on the other hand, have never been a fan of Japanese food until Yabu. I used to think that Japanese cuisine only consists of raw meat/fish in a roll with rice and a slice of mango. I am not into anything raw and I like my food…

Wafu, Greenhills

Wafu is a new Japanese fine dining restaurant located in Greenhills, San Juan City near the famous Gloria Maris Chinese restaurant. The place has really impressive interiors and an atmosphere that best suits romantic dates. This is where we celebrated my 20th birthday and I wouldn’t have chosen a better Japanese buffet to enjoy than Wafu’s…

Early Bird Breakfast Club, The Fort Strip

Early Bird Breakfast Club is one of the many all-day breakfast places in the metro. As of today, there are only two branches of the said breakfast place but a third one will soon open in Eastwood. The restaurant is not that spacious but its interiors are really nice and cute! People who are into…