My hubby and I craved for ramen after we bought grocery goodies in Hypermarket in SM Mall of Asia. However, as we walked on the Ground Floor just outside Hypermarket, my eyes suddenly beamed with excitement upon seeing this Thai Restaurant called Soi. This is in time with my upcoming trip to Thailand this January. I tried Thai food in Singapore but missed out on the famous Pad Thai. I will try this in Soi and see why travelers visiting Thailand are craving to taste this dish.
My hubby and I are regular Starbucks Coffee customers who would go there to while away time. Lately, we ventured out for something new. This time we tried the refreshing alternative to coffee which are the “milk teas”. After my follow-up check with my OB-Gyne, my hubby enjoined the whole family to taste the milk teas of Bon AppeTEA!
It’s Father’s Day today and it’s time to celebrate this special occasion with the whole family who loves to venture on unique food and restaurant. After attending Sunday church services, we scoured the District Mall where to eat and we stumbled at Seoul Garden Hot Pot.
This day marked our 21st wedding anniversary. My hubby surprised me with a water getaway not today but tomorrow since he wanted our kids and my mother to celebrate this special occasion with them. In the meantime, we will be having dinner in Circuit Makati, just the two of us. We were craving ramen. But to our dismay, there’s no restaurant in this mall that serves our favorite dish. So we opted to eat noodles, and we chose Shi Lin.
Our two-day sun and sand getaway at Nagsasa Cove in Zambales was indeed so refreshing. As we headed along Gapan Road in Pampanga, we searched for dining options somewhere in the city which is known for its sophisticated culinary work and exotic dish. By a stroke of luck, we stumbled upon this humble restaurant Apag Marangle which was beside the main highway in Sta. Barbara, Bacolor, Pampanga.
Storm signal number 3 prompted us to vacate Potipot Island the other night. We stayed in Harvest Beach Resort and there we spent the windy night peacefully. When morning came, I hailed the curtain and saw the strong buffeting of waves brought by heavy rain and a strong gust of winds.
It’s my birthday today and I was on leave from work. When my hubby arrived from his office and my kids from school, we set off to nearby Shakey’s Pizza branch to avail myself of my free birthday gift, a large size Pepperoni thin crust pizza. We will go there to avail the perks of being a SuperCard holder and will dine in as well.
It’s Amy’s birthday today and she will treat us for dinner. Some of my care bear co-members (my office mates in reality) are elated to go back to Dampa in Macapagal Boulevard for seafood delight. But Amy declined because we had frequented the area from several past occasions. She wanted to eat something new this time. More suggestions came up until we ended up at Mesa, Filipino Moderne in Greenbelt 5, Makati.
Right after our hefty meal with my co-carebear members at Mesa, Food Moderne in Greenbelt 5, Makati City we set off for dessert delight at St. Marc Café in Greenbelt 3. The café originally came from Japan and is eyeing for branch expansion to several Asian countries which includes the Philippines.
It was Friday and payday, so I left the office early for a mall stroll. My hubby was still busy with his work in his office so I went ahead and toured around at Landmark, Glorietta, and finally at the kitchen wares of SM Makati. I was so tired and hungry when my hubby fetched me. Spaghetti and ice tea are not enough to sustain the grumbling sound in my tummy. And since he was hungry too, he told me to spend our Friday night dinner at Blue Bay Walk in Pasay City.