Wednesday, July 30, 2014

It's Raining Ramyeon at Woo Galbi!

If there's one thing I love about this all-day rain, it's definitely the chance of enjoying a hot cup of noodle from my favorite resto in the metropolis. May it be a Chinese, Japanese, Filipino or Korean, as long as its savory, filling and comforting, I'm up for it! And recently, I got to enjoy a truly filling flavorful servings of Korea's ramyeon or ramen from one of my favorite new restos in the city, Woo Galbi at Shangri-La Plaza East Wing.

Sharing delicious and affordable Korean goodness, Woo Galbi keeps on spreading the love to its growing number of patrons through its current promo - which I really, really love - the Slurp On Ramyeon, an unlimited serving of hot Korean ramyeon.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Chili's shares "More Life' - our Way!

Chili's is indeed unstoppable in sharing the most wonderful Southwestern dishes they could create. And if you think they haven't thought of infusing some Filipino flavor to their latest dishes, I guess you haven't experienced the Chili's newest offerings. I bet, you'll enjoy Chili's more - your way!

Last week, I had a chance to revisit one of my favorite dining places in the metro - Chili's. If you are on a budget but you wanna have a great time, drinking and snacking some food, Chili's is really the place to be. With their wide array of enjoyable drinks and cocktails, they have something to match with your craving, which is also offered through their colorful selection of dishes.

On my visit, I've tried Chili's three new dishes - the Fried Quesadilla Bites, Bacon & Cheddar Steak and the Parmesan Chicken or Tilapia. Told you, get ready for some American-Southwestern-Filipino food infusion.

Monday, July 7, 2014

La Paz Batchoy: Ted's, Netongs and Deco's

Iloilo will always be a favorite city of mine. Its rich history that is well-kept and proud, traditions that spell colors and love, and food that are just wonderful and shares the goodness of Ilonggos. And as I revisit this favorite city of mine a few months back, I indulged on to an amazing food trip that spells hot, flavorful and authentic Ilonggo dish we all love, the La Paz Batchoy!

But unlike before, I enjoyed Iloilo's tastiest dish the different way - a comparative way, actually. For this food trip, I went around the city eating three of the most well-known La Paz Batchoy noodles. I was in Iloilo for four days, so as not to get myself so overwhelmed with this Iloilo's goodness, I just had one La Batchoy noodle a day.

On my first day, as soon as I landed, I first went to Ted's Oldtimer La Paz Batchoy, which is located at SM City Iloilo. If you are commuting around town or if you are coming from the airport via shuttle services, Ted's is really a good starter to stuff your tummy with Iloilo goodness.
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