Be a Foodie: Seoul Train

A new themed restaurant in the Tomas Morato area, Seoul Train is the newest addition to the growing number of Korean restaurants in the metro. Inspired by the owners love of grilling food and travelling, they serve top-notch Korean barbecue to their customers with the exterior and interior of the restaurant embodying a subway train.

Be a Living Legend or Trapped Forever: Breakout PH

Growing up I loved playing Nancy Drew games wherein I had to solve puzzles and find clues. One of the pioneers of the escape room here in the Philippines, Breakout PH brings the same thrill and excitement to us and takes it up a notch by fully immersing the players in the environment. They have…

Be a Foodie: Manam

One of my favorite Filipino restaurants. I just had to eat here for my birthday. They serve Filipino food with a twist but also offer your favorites in the traditional way. We ate at their BGC branch.Β The place was packed for a Saturday lunch. The have a great selection of Filipino dishes from appetizer to…

Be a Foodie: Shrimp Bucket

Shrimp Bucket is one of my go-to restaurants. Their specialty as you may have noticed is shrimp but they also serve other seafood such as mussels and crabs. I usually eat with my hands here but using utensils aren’t so bad since their shrimps are fresh and can easily be peeled.Their shrimps are deliciously bathed…

Be a Cinephile: Train to Busan

Wow! I’m not sure where to start. I loved the movie. I can’t stress how overused the whole zombie apocalypse storyline is in the last few years of cinema history. But this zombie apocalypse rendition of Korea is a fresh take on the genreΒ in the movie scene.