Last week I had a chance to travel to San Pablo, Laguna with my friends and cousin for business. A friend of mine who’s from San Pablo recommend this historical place for us to have our lunch. It was an impromptu trip so I was not able to bring my camera so have to make the best out of an Iphone.
When I went inside the restaurant I really feel living in a spanish era from the tables, chairs, windows, paintings, photos and some vintage items.
Instead of waiting for our food at our table we went to their gallery / museum. Where they showcase vintage items and furnitures, it’s a must visit for place vintage lovers since everything in the museum are personal collection.
After the museum we head back to the restaurant and had our lunch.
Bangus Belly P340
The bangus belly (milkfish) is really to die for it’s very delicious and fatty!
Sinigang na Liempo P360
Sinigang na Liempo is basically a pork belly sour soup with mixed vegetables.
Beef Tapa P350
Kulawong ng talong P310
Kulawong ng talong is basically a grilled pork belly mixed with smoked eggplant in a coconut milk sauce. You have an option here if you want to have an eggplant or puso ng saging.
Try to check this place if your in the area they’re open Monday – Sunday 10am-10pm.
Oh yes it’s summer and we are feeling the sizzling heat of it! So I made a cool refreshing drink to beat up the heat!
In this recipe, we want to balance the flavor of the apple and orange so we use 3pcs of orange and 3pcs of apple.
I also added a sparkling lemon water to give it a slight lemony flavor!
Sparkling Lemon Water
and some honey to add sweetness. You can also use white sugar or syrup for alternative!
Lastly the ice cube all together into blender! The time of blending this ingredients together will depends on the consistency you want to have in your shake, mine takes about 40seconds blending it to the consistency that I want. Enjoy the summer heat! 🙂
3 pcs of Apple
3 pcs of Orange
2tbsp of Honey
70ml of Sparkling lemon water
1/2 cup of Ice cubes
Recently I’ve done a photoshoot for a clothing company that was held in Noriter Cafe. It’s located in Estrada St. corner Taft Avenue, no one would expect that such a home student feel like coffee shop exist in the area. The entrance is only a small open door that immediately leads to a staircase or 2nd floor where Noriter is located. I’ll be posing photos of the place to give you the feeling of being there at least visually :p
This is the wall where you can design your own cup and share it to the world!
The tables that are full of photos, polaroids etc! Which is very nice and don’t forget you can also leave your photos 🙂
This is their order counter together with their colorful menu! The price range of the drinks and food averages 130, they have plenty of drinks and food to choose from. I tried their cookies and cream and their iced tea which happens to be really good for the price and size! You can click on the pic to see their menu!
The flying objects!
This are just some of the detailed shots, you should see it for yourself there are lot more great stuff waiting for you! There’s a section where you can remove your shoes and sit on the floor, lay down etc! To some that they feel it so homey they sleep on it and not to mention the PDA session as if no one else is there! haha :p Overall I really like the place you guys should try it and see for yourself! By the way it is owned by a married Koreans!
Noriter is open from Monday to Saturday, operating hours starts from 10am until 9pm.
One of my favorite restaurant in Binondo (Chinatown). This is the place where I always end up eating because it’s just near my place and very affordable.
Let us start with my drink, I had a wintermelon juice. I believe the juice itself is warm and they just put ice in it when they’re about to serve it. The drink was not cold enough at first so I have to ask for a glass of ice and it was so much better after!
Of course you have to order their dumplings for your appetizer! You have the option to have it steamed, deep fried or both.
Steam and fried Kuchay Dumplings
This is my favorite the ultimate pork chop rice! The crunchy pork chop that is twice the size of your palm and it is accompanied with clear soup and vegetables. The rice is served with a brown sauce on top that gives an “adobo” like taste. Don’t forget to try their homemade chili sauce!
Pork Chop Rice
Here’s their affordable menu for your reference.
Don’t forget to try their porkchop noodles and soya milk.
They do delivery with a minimum order of P300.00
Tasty Dumplings Binondo (Ongpin Branch)
Monday – Saturday
Tasty Dumplings Quezon City (N.S. Amoranto Branch)
Sunday – Saturday
One of the best places in Singapore to enjoy great hawker style food that is located within the city. The food here are mostly asian cuisine that are priced reasonably considering the generous servings they give.
The famous Milo Dinosaur
The milo dinosaur is a very good cold drink with a very chocolaty taste best for summer!
Singaporean grilled chicken wings
This is the signature street food of Singapore dated very long long time… 🙂 It’s very juicy specially when top with calamansi or lime.
Spicy Sembal Kangkong always goes best with rice! It’s very appetizing and crunchy!
BBQ satay platter, you have 3 options to choose from chicken , pork or beef satay and comes with the dipping sauce!
Makan time! Makansutra is located near the esplanade mall there are subway stations near the place such as City Hall and Esplanade Station. If your on a taxi just tell the driver to bring you to makansutra, majority of the taxi drivers should know it!
Makansutra Gluttons Bay
8 Raffles Avenue #01-15 Singapore 039802
Mon – Thurs : 5pm – 2am
Fri & Sat : 5pm – 3am
Sun : 4pm – 1am