It’s sort of bitter sweet that we had to say goodbye to a favorite chill spot at Town Center – the Australian burger goodness that is Stackers Burger. The franchise has recently been pulled out of the Philippines, so that sucks. But as the old goes, the new comes in – enter Peri Peri Charcoal Chicken and Sauce Bar. Since coming to the Philippines in … Continue reading Peri Peri Charcoal Chicken & Sauce Bar
Buku Buku Kafe’s second branch is now on its soft opening at the food street of SM Southmall, just in front of Zark’s Burger and will have its grand opening day on December 8, 2016 Thursday.
When you’re craving for some delicious nosh or just looking for a place to chill, Buku Buku Kafe pretty much has got you covered. I found the food to be reasonably priced (note: not necessarily cheap) but surely a bang for your buck, a cafe that really has something different to offer.
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I don’t know what I just said, but i’m pretty sure it sounded Japanese, and I thought it goes well with our Featured Restaurant this week.
There are days when you just crave Japanese food. That’s an inevitable part of life we should all learn to live with and love. I’ve embraced the fact that a few times a week, I’ll dream about eating a tray of delectable california maki topped with Japanese mayo and dipped in trusty Kikkoman, or on rainy days, a bowl full of comforting ramen.
There’s no need to fight those cravings you guys. Give in and indulge. Lucky for us, there’s no shortage of Japanese restaurants in the Philippines. In fact, we’ve totally embraced the ramen culture.
It was that craving that led ThatLaidBackChic to Tetsu Japanese Restaurant.
Tetsu Japanese Restaurant isn’t new. The one in SM Southmall opened about 2 years ago, closed shop for a while and then reopened this year with a brand new look. They serve authentic Japanese dishes and I mean the whole shebang. Ramen, sushi, tempura, maki, and even Wagyu beef.
There’s a new chill spot in Evia for all my sweets loving peeps of the south, and you’ll be delighted to know it’s both delicious AND affordable.
Cold Layers first opened in Greenhills around year 2011, closed shop and moved to Fisher Mall in Quezon City where they still are now. A few years later, they opened a new branch in Evia Daang Hari and is now on its soft opening and we sure are glad about it!
Let’s take a peek at their cafe! (Which is really me saying let’s eat everything on the menu, basically.)
Titas of the South, rejoice! Japan’s very own St. Marc Cafe has arrived South of Manila. If you haven’t had the chance to check it out, I took a peek for you 😉