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Omakase

I usually have a lot of things to say when I post stuff on my blog. This time around, I don’t think I have any other than Omakase is an amazing restaurant and their food is superb. I highly recommend the Dynamite Roll, Salmon Sashimi (super fresh), and Seafood Dumpling. Okay, enough chit-chat, let the pictures do the talking!

Review: Beef Barn Eastwood

I wanted to try this restaurant out because of two things. First, because I LOVE beef and second, because it is the restaurant of Master Chef 3rd Place winner, Chef Yat. Ambience: The BF and I always eat dinner at around 10PM so the place is never crowded when we’re there. They have a barn feel going on complete with cow spots (?) as designs and a very ranch-y feel. Food/Drinks: What I love with this place is the simplicity of their menus. They only offer four basic sets but you can mix and match with their impressive sides. I ordered BB1 (roast beef + rice for 150php) while Mike ordered BB3 (smokey bacon + 2 side dishes). I am very thankful with the kind of partnership my boyfriend and I have. He knows I have a blog and review restaurants so what he does is he orders the complete opposite of what I order for us to try a lot of food without eating there a million times! Anyway, my roast beef was heaven! I love how …

Review: Buddy’s Pancit Lucban Eastwood

First let me tell you that Pancit Lucban is a Quezon province specialty. I have tasted the real deal before and it was superb. My expectations were high for this especially after hearing great reviews from my friends. Now, let me give you a visual feast that is Buddy’s.   Food wise, to be honest, it wasn’t all that great. 🙁 I didn’t like some food that they offered while I craved some others. Another thing I wanted to add was the fact that their menu is overwhelming!! I did not know where to start when I was ordering. I’d like to especially note is how visually amazing their whole restaurant looks like. Design is on point and I love how they incorporated Quezon province’s most famed festival, the Pahiyas Festival. Just look at how nice and colorful the restaurant looks! Adorable, isn’t it? I’d give this restaurant a safe four stars. Their food tastes good but somehow it lacks the certain oomph (?) factor that can potentially set it apart from the rest. It is …

Review: Din Tai Fung Philippines

I have been waiting for this since forever! Last week, Mike and I finally got the chance to try Din Tai Fung over at SM Megamall. We arrived at 1:30PM right after the rush of lunch goers but we still had to wait for twenty minutes before being shown inside. While waiting, you can already pre-order using the piece of paper they’ll hand over to you.