After enjoying the Dessert Museum, we went to Artists Haven Cafe inside BF Homes, Paranaque, for lunch. We ordered their Andy Warhol's Mushroom Pasta (Php 280) and Van Dyck Roast Beef (Php 380). I always worry about ordering expensive food, thinking "My mom can cook this," but it's different this time. Both were really tasty … Continue reading Gallery and Cafe in One: Artists Haven Cafe
Gerry's Jeepney is located at East Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig. As you've probably guessed, they only serve Filipino food. I liked their sisig, but not their tortang talong. Anyway, the interior and exterior of Gerry's Jeepney are Instagram-worthy. This is an advantage of a themed restaurant, I guess.
Boutique Burger Kitchen is located at The Fort Strip, BGC. It's just near the bookshelf wall art. What I loved about BBK is its cleanliness and ambiance (I didn't know aqua is refreshing). I had their beef roast with rice and mushroom sauce (must try) and their oreo milkshake (never missed). Might as well drop … Continue reading Boutique Burger Kitchen
I posted about Karen's Kitchen before here and said I would go back—so there I was. I was able to take more pictures of what's inside their restaurant. One side of the wall was instagrammable, the other side not so much. I ordered Mushroom Truffle with Angel Hair again (I swear, it's a must-try). I also … Continue reading Karen’s Kitchen (Part 2)
Tagaytay is a popular town in Cavite, known for its climate and overlooking view of the Taal Lake and Taal Volcano. We planned to go to at least six restaurants and even at Sky Ranch, but two days were not enough. We took a bus going to Nasugbu in Pasay, and then we were dropped … Continue reading Tagaytay Escapade