Lutong bahay at Lola Idang’s Original Pancit Malabon Review

Pancit Malabon is a well-loved Filipino stir-fried noodle dish (pancit in Tagalog) that originated in the Malabon City in Metro Manila, Philippines. Its noodles are of thick variant like the ones used in Malaysian noodle laksa. It is then topped by yummy assorted seafood and shrimp-flavored paste sauce that composes of patis (fish sauce) and …

Box o’ Rice To Go Review

Box o’ Rice’s store name says it all. The store’s concept is to serve gourmet rice meals with a variety of delicious toppings hot off the stove, then packed in cute Chinese take-out boxes and ready for customers on the go at budget-friendly prices. 100 percent MSG free! Choices include their popular Mongolian Rice, Aligue …

Calm Yourself at Mad Mark’s Man Sandwich and Frozen Desserts Review

Last Wednesday, after spending an afternoon at Sean’s house, we decided to have dinner somewhere nearby. Living near Shaw Boulevard, we thought why not try one of the many restaurant choices in the developing Barangay Kapitolyo? Brgy. Kapitolyo in Pasig is one of the Philippines’ most loved and most sought out food districts. The area is …

Spice Up your Day with the new McDonald’s McSpicy

A few days back while scrolling down and reading tweets on Twitter, I noticed how some of our local celebrities like Ramon Bautista, Jessy Mendiola, Luis Manzano and other celebrities were tweeting about a new item added to the McDonald’s Philippines’ well-loved product line. Being a sucker for the latest trends of anything, I checked …