How do you like your scones: Cornish or Devon way?
That century egg between lotus paste is the bomb.
The lines are ridiculously long and they’re selling milk. I felt cheated.
Really. I don’t get where they got the inspiration from. The tea was very ordinary at outrageous prices.
New York’s Lady M cake is now in Hong Kong
Mango. Mango. Mango. These desserts will color your summer yellow!
Coming from the saturated city of Hong Kong when it comes to shaved ice desserts, The Dessert Kitchen opens the first of its kind here in the Philippines with its award-winning Purple in Love dessert.
The art is a perfect example of attaining abstract concept, the meaning of the rock garden open for any interpretation to onlookers.
Are you excited for The Halal Guys to open here in Manila? Glad to bring you once again, the list of stalls or “restaurants” at SM Mega Food Hall to get your wheels rolling with your food trip gang this coming weekend.
Not every stall at Hole in the Wall sparks the interest of the majority. Whether it’s your first time going to Hole in the Wall, or want to experience other stalls the second or third time around, then this foodie guide is for you.
The area of Little Baguio is filled with understated, hole in the wall restaurants. Think you can conquer Little Baguio, P. Guevarra and Wilson Street? This list may just surprise you.
To all FOODIES! This is your ULTIMATE GUIDE to the restaurants in Banawe, Quezon City. Are you ready for a gastronomic food trip?
I was extremely pleased at its kid-friendly environment. Kids can play with giant easels and alphabet mats for free while you dine inside the restaurant.
Well, it’s a line for a line for a line. Rain or shine, there is a queue every single day. And there are security personnel ensuring you don’t cut lines or you don’t hover outside the bakery. They’ll kick you out and ask you to fall in line outside. Loitering is not allowed.
Contrary to popular belief, 1837 TWG Tea actually hails from Singapore, with thousands of tea concoctions distributed all over the world. While most of us would just dip and soak our tea bags in a cup of hot water, their staff are trained in the art of tea drinking and each pot of tea are carefully brewed before serving.