It was my hubby's second year celebration of Father's Day, but this time we marked it at Papa John's Pizza in Blue Bay Walk. Despite the downpour, we had fun during the event with our cutie Skye, not to mention that he can now eat solid foods. (wink!)
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Marriott Manila is securing its position to be the premiere meeting destination in the country, as it officially opens the Marriott Grand Ballroom - Philippines’ largest ballroom, a first of its kind facility that will redefine the Philippine MICE Industry (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions). This new architectural marvel offers a total 8,000 square meters of function space with 28 versatile meeting space including 6 VIP sky boxes. A blank canvas perfect for small or large meetings, all types of celebrations and grand events from product launches to concerts. With the addition of the Marriott Grand Ballroom, the hotel offers a total of 10,000 square meters of function space, by far the biggest in the Philippine hotel industry.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Solaire Hotel and Resort is a luxury destination casino resort, with an expansive 8.3 hectare site and is the first property to open in the growing Entertainment City, a government sponsored (PAGCOR) economic development zone. Solaire features:
- two 17-storey towers (Bay and Sky Towers) with a total of 800 luxurious rooms, suites and bay side villas
- 18,500 square meters of gaming space
- a wide range of restaurants
- sophisticated bars and lounges
- a grand ballroom with a flexible pre-function area
- 8 meeting rooms and 2 board rooms with full banquet and catering facilities
- an outdoor swimming pool
- a cutting-edge and state-of-the-art lyric theater with 1,760 seats
- and a parking garage, which will accommodate up to 4,500 cars.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Bahay Ligaya Restaurant offers traditional, but truly delectable Filipino dishes. The lovely interiors will give you a homey feel of an ancestral house with different displays of interesting antiques. According to the owner, Mr. Ray Bueno, it was first an antique store named Luma't Bago and from that the Bahay Ligaya was born and named after the owner's lovely and supportive wife, Joy.
Bahay Ligaya Restaurant is adorned with various antique furniture from small to big items. Dining in an ancestral house with period pieces and art gallery is very interesting and is totally a different dining experience.
Sunday, June 14, 2015
We had our brunch at Chef Robert one weekend morning. The place is quite small but they amazingly offers a lot of comfort food in their menus. And since we were craving for fries that week, we ordered their Cheesy Fries Platter, Sliders, and Clubhouse Sandwich.
Clubhouse sandwich is one of our favorites. It's really filling and you will not get bored eating this delicious treat. The delectable chunky meat and fresh veggies filled our tummy. Their cute Sliders are good as well. The patties were yummy and the breads were soft and tasty. And of course, their scrumptious fries were perfectly cooked and satisfied our cravings. Yay! We will definitely come back and will try some of their specialties.
Kudos to Chef Robert! Truly a comfort food at its finest.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Pan de sal + Donut = Pan de Donut
This perfect fusion wins our heart when we first tried it at Pan de Manila one weekend morning. After buying pan de sal and spanish sardines in olive oil, we can't resist ignoring the yummy-looking donuts in front of us, all adorned with different toppings.
Every donut has its own distinct taste depending on its flavor. Everything is creamy, delicious and not-too-sweet. My own favorite is their Cookie Crema, its luscious crushed cookies that blends really well with the cream on top together with the vanilla cream filling made it number one on my list. My hubby personally loved their Chocomonds and our little foodie Skye loves everything! ;)
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
It has been over 40 years since Three Sisters set the ball rolling in the culinary industry. It all started from Lola Rosa Francisco's small panciteria at Poblacion in downtown Pasig cooking her special Filipino recipes. I wonder if Lola Rosa was one of the "Three Sisters" but she was not. Three Sisters actually came from Lola Rosa's fave famous talcum powder. Cute! :)
After successful years, Lola Rosa's little luncheonette moved to their ancestral house in Kapitolyo, Pasig and became a full service restaurant now called, Three Sisters Restaurant of Pasig. Her original recipes were passed on from generations to generations and is now continued by their family's 4th generation, Paul Pike along with their long-time cook Mang Ramon. Now, people not just from Pasig but from other cities and even provinces still coming back and craved for their specialties like Sinigang na Kanduli sa Miso, Pancit Bihon and their famous Pork Barbecue which was included in the list of Manila's Best Pinoy Pork Barbecue in Spot.ph. Wow!
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Last week we were introduced to one of the newest all-you-can-eat tasting session in Kapitolyo, Pasig – The Round Table. Kapitolyo is now wadded with different restaurants and is one of the ideal spot for a food trip.
The Round Table is not the ordinary all-you-can-eat resto. They want to satisfy the ever changing cravings of their diners, hence, they offer a roster of daily themed menus. Their all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner is just Php 295, and you will definitely come back to try out their other dishes from Southern American Monday, Italian Tuesday, Mongolian Wednesday, Filipino Twist Thursday, and Roast Carving Friday. Very affordable, indeed.