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Singapore comes closer to home with Makansutra at the SM Megamall


 If you love laksa, satay, bah kuh teh, or anything Singaporean cuisine, you don’t need to go very far – like book a flight with Cebu Pacific or Singapore Airlines, to savor the rich and flavorful popular food concept also known as ‘hawker food’ because now you can experience it here in Manila. SM comes with another first as it opened its doors to Filipino foodies and non-foodies alike with the newly introduced Makansutra street food-style stalls at the SM Megamall A. We just had our first dibs and we are convinced that Makansutra will take you to a food trip […]


A NorthPine Land Inc. Heritage Tour of Pampanga


 Yesterday, we had a great and wonderful time exploring and rediscovering one of the places in Central Luzon that helped in shaping the history and political state of our country. Pampanga is one of the eight rays that represent the Philippines provinces in our national flag. Pampanga is also considered as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines. And when you talk about food, certainly, Pampanga has a lot of them. Our tour in Pampanga was part of the Bloggers’ Appreciation Tour of Pampanga hosted by NorthPine Land Inc. to show the beauty of the province as well as to take a […]


Square Foot Gardening at Cervantes Farm


 Last May 23, we were invited to participate, for the third time, to an organic farm tour organized by Agricultural Training Institute in Manila to visit 5 farms practicing chemical-free farming in Mindanao, particularly in Bukidnon. We took a morning Philippine Airlines flight MNL-CGY to Cagayan de Oro and landed at Laguindingan Airport. Our first stop was at Cervantes Farm: New Square Foot Organic Urban Gardening, owned by Ret. Col. Honorio Cervantes in Pagatpat, Cagayan de Oro City. According to Mr. Cervantes, upon retiring, he put up his own backyard farming and started growing assorted vegetables to his Square Foot […]


Tuning in discipline at go-en Ramen Shoppe


 go-en The Japanese Ramen Shoppe has been around , interestingly, since 2012. A quaint and humble place that you wouldn’t know unless someone gets you invited or you, yourself have discovered in the search for great ramen soup. go-en from Japanese is the five yen coin which is considered as a good luck charm both in terms of money and relationships. This name given by owners Marilyn Pefianco and John Geron, two expats who brought their love for food and things Japanese to the country, aims to forge strong relationship through their commitment to good food and friendly atmosphere. As if […]


Slappy cakes added new treat The Elvis and more, alongside their pancake menus


 Slappy Cakes is one of the most popular breakfast spots which was originally from Portland, Oregon. Though it is already famous for its dishes, new offerings were introduced to the customers, either new to their taste or old favorite with a twist, to provide more delicious choices but are still based to the restaurant’s American roots. First in line, Slappy Cakes’ Pancake Sampler. The restaurant is known for their do-it-yourself pancake which lets the customers to cook the pancake on their own and having the freedom to do whatever design they want. They offers three different flavors– Chocolate, Red Velvet […]


The Maginhawa Street Food Panda Food Crawl is a 10 hour-long food experience worth sharing


 Maginhawa Street Food Panda Food Crawl Food Panda, a mobile app food delivery service for easy, fast, and fun way of ordering food, organized the Maginhawa Street Food Panda Food Crawl last month which was participated by fellow bloggers who shared the same passion, food! KATZ DINER As early as 9 AM, the first stop was set-up at Katz Diner, a small kitchenette style located along Malingap Street corner Maginhawa Street in Sikatuna Village, Quezon City. Maginhawa Street earned the reputation of having the best and unique food places offering affordable prices stretching all the way its street with a […]