For days when I don’t feel like cooking, I have a few go-to spots for eating out and delivery. I have an addition to my list and it’s something I want to share with you: 7-Eleven’s Crunch Time fried chicken. I got to try the dish a few weeks ago and fell in love with how crunchy, juicy, and huge it was. And the best part? It comes with flavors that you can customize.
One of the country’s greatest pop culture icons will always be its most beloved bee—Jollibee. For over 40 years, Jollibee has made a notable mark in the lives of millions, making it stand out as a pillar of Filipino joy and pride, anywhere in the world.
One of my favorite dishes is spaghetti, and one of the best places to get it is in Pancake House. As part of its Choose to Feel Good campaign, the restaurant known for serving comfort food will hold the Spaghetti-All-You-Can promo, where you can have as many plates of spaghetti as you can.
The mere mention of Pancake House is a welcome invitation to a heartwarming home, where friends and families come together for a good time over delicious comfort food.
Fans of the well-loved restaurant would remember its very first branch in Magallanes, where all-time favorites like the Spaghetti with Meat Sauce and the two-piece. Pan Chicken were born. Another crowd-pleaser from over 40 years ago is the Classic Cheese Burger, which is making a comeback!
For those who can’t live without their caffeine fix, the search is always on for a good cup of joe. Next-level coffee junkies, however, take their caffeine obsession to a different level. They visit coffee plantations, pick cherries, learn how to roast, and join coffee cupping activities. In fact, the taste of coffee in the places they visit are some of the most defining moments of their experiences.
Hong Kong is one of my favorite cities because there’s always something different each time I visit. Of course, each trip means a new set of dishes and restaurants to experience. And yet, for some reason, I’ve never had the chance to try Honolulu HK Cafe, the original and oldest tea restaurant in the city. Since it opened in 1940, it has charmed locals and tourists with its egg tarts and other pastries. I got to try it for the first time here in Manila.
If you’re looking for something to cool you down this summer, it’s time to give yourself that much-deserved sweet treat. If you live in the north, The Lost Bread recently found its newest home in SM Fairview!
The Lost Bread dessert concept prides itself for being the first to revolutionize milkshakes in the Philippines. The brand offers a wide selection of delectable-bordering-over-the-top desserts, from the country’s first ever smoking soft-serve ice cream cups, milkshakes, down to French toast cubes which come with different “syrup syringes” for added flavor.