The Ultimate Tales of a Foodie

I've been MIA in blogging due to work, Master's and other stuff in between but I'm glad I finally found time to blog again. yaaaaayyyyy!!! :))) Even though the past few months were hectic and crazy, I was still able to do two of the things I love the most - travel and of course the main agenda in this blog post: FOOD! *oink oink*

Sooooo.. pardon me for being such a piglet. HAHAHA! What can I do? Food makes me happy and keeps me sane. :))) Here is a rundown of what I've been stuffing in my stomach since I was MIA from blogging.


After the hype of this pancake place, my friends and I finally tried their pancakes. Honestly, I can't determine what makes IHOP's pancakes very special from the others. I still find Pancake House and Mcdo's pancakes yummier. Hehe. Is it just me or there is something wrong with my taste buds? hahaha oh well, taste is subjective.

2. Cafe 1771

That same day we tried IHOP was the day before our friend Aaron's birthday. As a pre-birthday celebration, he treated us at Cafe 1771. Ambiance-wise, the place is good but when it comes to food, it is a bit pricey and the serving is little.

3. RYU Ramen and Curry

I am a big fan of Japanese food! So when UP Town Center opened and I knew that there is a ramen house there, RYU was already on top of my list! Thanks to my fellow foodie friend for agreeing with me to eat here. :)))

4. Ally's All-Day Breakfast Place

This little place is located along Malingap Street in Teacher's Village, Quezon City. I feel like a giddy kid because I am just few steps away from several food places in Teacher's Village and UP Village. :)))

Oreo Truffles

5. Friuli Trattoria

An Italian food place along Maginhawa Street, UP Village

with my college orgmates

6. A Taste of Heaven

I don't really know how it feels like to be in heaven but this new milkshake bar along Maginhawa Street will surely satisfy your sweet tooth. I must say this is better than Starr's in Katipunan. My favorite milkshakes: Cookie Butter and Salted Caramel.

with my former workmates in TV5
7. Ra Men Oh

Japanese food again! <3

with my colleagues

8. Red Onion

A Taiwanese restaurant at UP Town Center

Shi Lin Porkchop, Sichuan Mala Chicken, 39 Spices Beef Noodles

9. Sweet Tooth Satisfaction at its Finest!

Red Velvet Cupcake at Vanilla Cupcake Bakery 

Strawberry Croughnut at Highlands Coffee

Sugar rush at Breakfast and Pies (a newly opened food place at Malingap Street, Teacher's Village)

Frozen Yoghurt at Red Mango

10. Tamagoya Noodle House

Japanese food for the third time! hahaha. I went all the way to Antipolo after work just to try this hole-in-the-wall Japanese resto and it's worth the travel and time. :D

my best friends in Ateneo High School
11. Mila's Tokwa't Baboy

Whenever I am in Pampanga, there is so much to discover and try and one of those is Mila's Tokwa't Baboy. The place's ambiance may not be as elegant as other restos, but the food here will really make your tummies happy! No matter how much I love Italian and other Asian cuisine, Kapampangan food will always be on top of my list!

Paco Salad, Sisig Pampanga, Lechon Kawali

1 comment:

  1. Nice post! I enjoyed reading it. It's great fun time and i think you really enjoyed that time. Awesome food :-)