Be a Foodie: Seol Bang

My favorite Korean dessert is now easily available near my office! Seol Bang has everyone’s favorite Bingsu plus other favorite Koreans snacks. My friends and I went here to celebrate our friend’s birthday. Aside from food they also have games available which is something you can do while waiting for your bingsu. We got the…

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Be a Foodie: The Frazzled Cook

I dined it at Frazzled Cook recently. I’ve been here a couple of times before and I wasn’t always sure if I like the restaurant or not. I went during a late Sunday afternoon and it’s already quite busy although there are still some tables available. I ordered their Truffle Pasta, Sisig, and Creme Brulee…

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Be a Foodie: Mokja

Probably the one of the mostย sulit Korean restaurants I’ve eaten at, Mokja delivers Korean flavors at a cheap price. My friends and I ate here on a weekend ย after our class at UP. The waiting time is quite long. We waited for almost 2 hours before we were able to get a table. I got…

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Be a Foodie: The Nest at Vivere Hotel

In celebration of The Nest’s 4th anniversary, Vivere showcases Strokes’ and Niccolo Cosme’s Beauty That Moves photo exhibit which features artworks exuding peace. The photo exhibit features portraits ofย singer and host Angel Jones, comedian KitKat, actress Kakai Bautista and Dionne Monsanto, world boxing champion Nonito Donaire Jr and his wife Rachel to name a few.…

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Be a Wanderer: Japan – Temples & Shrines

We went to Japan last October 2016 stopping by at Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka. One of my favorite parts of our trip is our visit to their shrines and temples. I’m not really familiar with their religion nor am I religious myself but I love how I got to experience a part of their culture…

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Be a Foodie: Downtown & Halsted

Downtown & Halsted is more than just a food and drinks place. Getting inspiration from art, their food goes beyond the traditional limits. They combine various techniques and flavors to come up with a different experience for your palate. The place is well decorated with artworks and graffiti that evoke the same creativity as their…

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Be a Foodie: The Yard 1st Anniversary!

It’s been a year since The Yard at Xavierville opened. For their first Anniversary, ย The Yard is leveling up the foodie experience by bring in 12 new food concepts for us to enjoy. Fortunately I was invited to their anniversary last June 15 and got to try a lot of the new stalls as well…

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Be a Foodie: Takami

Takami brings our favorite Japanese dishes at The Yard at Xavierville. Their dishes at are at a whole new level with the twists that they’ve added. I got to sample some of their dishes at The Yard’s 1st anniversary. The okonomiyaki is really tasty although the bacon on top feels a little bit like the…

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Be a Foodie: SosyDog

SosyDog is one of the new stalls in The Yard at Xavierville. They offer sausage stuffed crust pizza in varying flavors such as Hawaiian, Seafood, Bacon and Burger, and Vegetarian. I got to sample their seafood pizza and their orange-flavored Sosy Float. The seafood pizza is good and is not just stuffed with sausage but…

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Be a Foodie: Puluts

Puluts is a food stall at The Yard at Xavierville that offers every Filipino’s favorite street food. During The Yard’s first Anniversary I got to sample some of their food. First one is their Sisig which is really yummy and makes you want to have some rice. I like that it’s not that oily as…

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