Check out this New York Fire station-inspired pizza place in the South: Firehouse Pizza

What is actually the difference between a pizza baked on a regular oven and a pizza baked in wood fire brick ovens? I have tried several commercial pizzas and they all taste your regular go-to pizzas during Sundays.  Brick oven pizzas have that unique smoky taste and crisp. The radiant heat from the fire and … Continue reading Check out this New York Fire station-inspired pizza place in the South: Firehouse Pizza

A Healthy Bread for Those Who Want a Healthy Lifestyle

I can live without rice but I can't live without breads!  I remembered when I was in Armenia, my breakfast, lunch, and dinner consists of mostly just meat and breads since rice isn't an option.  For us Asians, the majority can't survive without eating rice but for other countries, bread is usually the base of … Continue reading A Healthy Bread for Those Who Want a Healthy Lifestyle

A restaurant that offers unlimited wagyu bulalo in Tagaytay: Jose Filipino Sizzling Seafood and Unlimited Wagyu Steak

South Girl discovers yet another bulalo place however, I am not a fan of bulalo. Tagaytay is famous for the beef shank soup with marrow served in clay pots.  Beef can be very annoying to eat, given the fact that it contains bundles of protein fibers. We can also consider that beef has a lot … Continue reading A restaurant that offers unlimited wagyu bulalo in Tagaytay: Jose Filipino Sizzling Seafood and Unlimited Wagyu Steak

Craving for Filipino food? Try Cuesina at Festival Mall

For Filipino families, the typical Sunday is usually spent going to the church followed by a nice dinner at a restaurant. It has been a tradition. If you will be living in the Philippines, expect awesome and delicious food in all variations influenced by many countries. One thing to note is that Filipinos are all … Continue reading Craving for Filipino food? Try Cuesina at Festival Mall

Comfort Food in the South: Tus Restaurant Review

Another restaurant to try out in the South located in Westgate Alabang, Tus Clay Pots and Skillets is a favorite go-to for quick comfort food without shelling out that much. The place feels so homey (I recommend you dine on their second floor.) You'll see books all lined up in a shelf. You can enjoy … Continue reading Comfort Food in the South: Tus Restaurant Review

WILLKOMMEN ZUM OKTOBERFEST – THE BROTZEIT WAY!

It is once again that time of year to celebrate the biggest and much-awaited festival in Germany, and Brotzeit German Beer Bar & Restaurant is proud to bring the Oktoberfestivities right here in Manila!  Brotzeit kicks off the Oktoberfest celebration with a ceremonial Keg Tapping and media launch at the Shangri-la Plaza branch on September … Continue reading WILLKOMMEN ZUM OKTOBERFEST – THE BROTZEIT WAY!

A Fusion of Filipino and Spanish Food: Fiesta Alamexo

Reminisce the 90s Spanish telenovelas with this newly opened restaurant st the 6th floor East Wing of Shangrila Mall The owner (Sir Mat) thought of having this unique concept because we all know that Filipinos came from the Spanish descent and we naturally love anything Spanish and Mexican! Fancy names like Kuboodle Y Chabelita, Curacha, … Continue reading A Fusion of Filipino and Spanish Food: Fiesta Alamexo

A quirky snack place in Tagaytay: Kookay’s

As a south girl, I am always out and about the streets of Tagaytay mainly because I go to church there, plus I spend quiet moments at my favorite place (somewhere in Magallanes Square) and coffee shops are the best! I was quite surprised I didn't notice that along Nasugbu road, you'd find this quirky … Continue reading A quirky snack place in Tagaytay: Kookay’s

Juice World: Famous for Filipinos in Dubai

Another recommendation from my lesbian colleague and this one located far away from my place again. I asked her to go with me because until now, I still get lost in Dubai. Gotcha! These 2 Kabayan ladies caught posing for a photo. Lol So many fruits creatively designed to make the place more appealing to … Continue reading Juice World: Famous for Filipinos in Dubai

Guatemala Organic coffee at Yakitate Japanese Bakery and Cafe

Coffee is my kind of drug. I don't function without it and I cannot survive without having at least 3 cups of coffee a day.  Dubai has got a lot of great coffee shops and some are tucked hidden in the farthest areas of Dubai. My lesbian colleague 'knows that I  am in love with … Continue reading Guatemala Organic coffee at Yakitate Japanese Bakery and Cafe