Taste Test · Tête-à-tête

First time at Si Christina Gateau Sans Rival

Si Christina’s been in San Pablo for years and it’s only last weekend that we got to try it. Why? Because, there were reviews that it doesn’t taste good and it was ridiculously expensive. For Achi’s birthday, right after going to chuch in SPC Cathedral, we decided to try Si Christina. It’s  a good thing…… Continue reading First time at Si Christina Gateau Sans Rival

Taste Test · Tête-à-tête

New discovery around the corner: Holland Tulips Cafe

Holland Tulips? Isn’t that a flower shop based in Manila? I said to myself the moment I read Paully’s Viber message. Ask anyone who lived around the vicinity of the campus university, one of the most common dilemma is where to eat. So when Paully organized a luncheon together with our friends, saying we’re going to…… Continue reading New discovery around the corner: Holland Tulips Cafe

Taste Test · Tips + Tricks

Livin’ La Lola loca: The Churreria Experience 

I’ve been waiting to get my hands on that giant churros that I read about in social media. Last July, me and my sister ran into some customers carrying this La Lola Churreria churros and we thought they have a branch in Alabang Town Center!   After much googling and waste of mobile data, I learned…… Continue reading Livin’ La Lola loca: The Churreria Experience 

Taste Test · Tête-à-tête · The Wander List

Where to eat in Sagada: What not to miss, restaurant wise

We only had 1.5 days in Sagada since it was a Valentine’s weekend getaway. So before heading to Sagada, Aya researched all the really good places to eat while we’re there. WARNING: Those stuff you read in blogs are true. Food is expensive, think…Manila rate. A really good food costs you around Php150-200 on average.…… Continue reading Where to eat in Sagada: What not to miss, restaurant wise