Well, there’s a new Korean Barbecue Restaurant at Molito, Alabang (my favorite place to eat Ramen with the famous Yushoken, among other things). The place is called Yoree, and when you see it it looks pretty unassuming and quite tacky, to be honest with its big, bold letters with bluish backlights saying “Korean Barbecue.” … Continue reading Yoree Korean Restaurant — You’ll be Sorry
Well, its Good Friday and in the Philippines, that means one big thing: there are no freakin’ restaurants open to sate my infinite hunger! Worse, the Korean food stall that I go to for lunch at work is closed for the holidays. That means, no Korean Food fix for until Black Saturday. But no! I … Continue reading Home Made Chapchae and Kimari
I recently had the opportunity to try out Crimson Hotel’s new initiative, the Sunday Family Brunch. It’s like a combination of all the good things in life: an endless buffet of delicious food, classy lounge ambiance, a roofdeck swimming pool, and a place to leave your kids so you can have some “me time” back. … Continue reading The Crimson Hotel – Sunday Family Brunch!
Man I’ve been writing about ramen a lot. I’m so hungry. It’s time to write about another great bowl I had earlier this month. It’s Ramen Nagi’s Kuro ramen. And Kuro is such an appropriate name for this black, black dish. At first I thought it would be some kind of squid ink ramen, because … Continue reading Ramen Nagi – Universally Black
Today I tried out the ramen from the new shop that opened in Alabang Town Center. It’s called Hanamaruken, which I understand already opened up north previously, but it’s the first restaurant it opened down here. It’s still on soft launch as of this writing, so a lot of things weren’t available yet, but I … Continue reading Hanamaruken Ramen – Happiness is a Bowl away
There’s a new ramen restaurant in Festival Mall Alabang. It’s called Bangaichi! Now I’ve been into a sort of ramen fit ever since I tried out Yushoken’s Godly Ramen around two years ago. I’ll be honest — nothing is as good as Yushoken. But I’ve sort of developed a taste for the good ramen… and … Continue reading Asahikawa Ramen Restaurant: Bangaichi
The iPad Mini is one of this holiday season’s hottest gadgets. Sadly, it hasn’t been officially released in the Philippines yet. While the dollar price conversion for the most basic version (black, wifi 16gb) is about 14k in pesos, the actual retail price for this in stores around the metro is more like 20k. The … Continue reading The iPad Mini