What do Sundays mean to you? Like most Filipinos, Sunday for us is family day. We would go to church in the morning, and then have a hearty lunch afterwards. My mother usually makes use of this time to try new restaurants. Some days we eat in the mall. Some days, when she feels extra, … More Sunday lunch of a lifetime at Bistro Manuel
We typically have lunch out after church service, and we had our first Sunday family lunch of the year in Soban K-Town Grill in Greenbelt. This restaurant has been here for a while, but it’s our first time to try it. It’s ideal for families and big groups mainly because the group sets are worth … More Soban family lunch
My brother-in-law recently visited after staying in the States for 13 years. We weren’t able to do a lot because he bought the typhoons with him 😀 So we ate out. A LOT. Hehe. My waistline vanished, but I am also thankful because the family wanted to keep the mess at home to a minimum … More When families feast! A restaurant list
Probably the best reason to go to Century City Mall: have a meal (and a new profile photo!) at Hole in the Wall. To date, it’s the country’s best looking food court. In fact it’s hard to reconcile the term with the place, so let’s go with the more posh ‘communal dining hall’. You had … More Hello, Hole in the Wall!
Nick Hornby’s About a Boy inspired my brother and I to go vegetarian. We loved that book so much we took turns reading it. I think he didn’t anticipate getting hooked, so he willingly waited for me to finish a couple of chapters before he would read. I don’t remember anymore how long he lasted … More Loving Corner Tree Cafe