All posts tagged: Food

Jet 7 Bistro Launch

My friend Faye has been telling me about this new restaurant along Timog Avenue in Quezon City for a while now. But because we used to live in the south, Quezon City felt like a very, very far place. We moved to Makati last month and now QC doesn’t seem too far anymore. Photo from Jet 7 Bistro’s Facebook page.

Throwback Thursday: Sonya's Garden

It’s Thursday! I feel like reminiscing and I’d like to post something about Jeff and I’s first out of town trip. Not so much of an out of town because it’s just in Cavite, but this was our first very far date!  Sonya’s Garden is not in Tagaytay like what other people would tell you. It is very near though. It is in Alfonso, Cavite, along Buck Estate Road. According to Google Maps, it is only 17 minutes away from the Tagaytay rotunda corner Aguinaldo Highway and Tagaytay-Nasugbo Road. Just go straight the Tagaytay-Nasugbo Road and turn right to Buck Estate Road. You have the option to take Mahogany Avenue because sometimes, traffic is really bad along the highway. Here’s a screenshot from Google Maps. Screenshot from Google Maps. Click on the photo to enlarge.  It was a Saturday and we came from my friend, Camille’s house in Bel-air in Sta. Rosa. Traffic was a bit bad going up to Tagaytay on weekends, but we were able to arrive at Sonya’s before lunch. I was …

El Nido Part 3: Where to Eat in El Nido

I always look forward to eating whenever Jeff and I travel. Knowing that El Nido is surrounded with water, I expected to indulge myself with a lot of seafood. True enough, El Nido did not disappoint us. Here are our Top 5 favorite places to eat in town. 5. La Salangane La Salangane is along Serena Street. It has a hotel, bar, and restaurant. Jeff and I had breakfast here on our third day. I had longsilog and Jeff had tapsilog. Don’t ask me where it is. I forgot to take a photo of it because we were so hungry. I only got to take a photo of their very interesting coffee mug. We paid P460 for our breakfast. Quite pricey, I must say. The mug looks like a bowl with handle.  4. Squido’s Restaurant Before we left for Puerto Princesa on our fourth day, we made sure we visit Squido’s Restaurant for breakfast. It is located along Calle Hama corner Abdulla Street. It was the cheapest breakfast that we had in El Nido. And …