Archive for May, 2009

Crepeman at Banchetto

Saturday, May 23rd, 2009

Banchetto is a “food tiangge” along Emerald Ave. in Ortigas every Saturday. It starts at 12:01 AM and ends around 10:59 AM. Yup, it’s a good place to eat after your Friday night gimik.

And one of my favorite stalls there is Crepeman. I always have their crepes for dessert whenever I’m in Banchetto. But they also sell ham and bacon crepe sandwiches.

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Sbarro – Pizza, Pasta, and more Pizza!

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

Tired of the all too ordinary pizza and pasta fare available, waiting 15 minutes or more for your pizza, or just want the freshest ingredients? Sbarro steps up to the plate and delivers.

Sbarro opened it’s first Salumeria (Italian grocery store) in Brooklyn, New York in 1956 starting out as deli eventually evolving into the fast self-service we know today. Sbarro doesn’t skimp on ingredients and uses only the freshest ingredients for their authentic Italian dishes, so expect to pay a premium (but not too steep).

But Sbarro doesn’t skimp on it serving portions either, so you get what you pay for and how! Here are some of the shots I took while dining:


Ten Reasons on Why You Should Vote for Patay Gutom

Sunday, May 17th, 2009

The Emerging Influential Blogs for 2009 Writing Project started last week. We are happy to inform you all that Patay Gutom managed to enter the first week.

Patay Gutom for the Emerging Influential Blogs for 2009!

Patay Gutom for the Emerging Influential Blogs for 2009!

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Dimsum Overload at The Royal Garden in Binondo

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

When you’re looking for a place to eat in Binondo, I suggest you try The Royal Garden. Not only do they have good food there, but you’ll also feel that you just traveled all the way to China because the place is usually filled with Chinese customers speaking their local tongue.

Me and my friends always go here whenever we want some authentic dim sum, which I believe is really their specialty. They have dim sum carts that go around the tables where you can just pick whatever you want.

When the cart passes by your table, be sure to get all that you want for they go pretty fast and you’ll have to wait another 30 minutes or so before the next batch comes. Here’s our first batch of dim sum that we had.

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Red Mango with no Red Mangoes

Monday, May 11th, 2009

Have you been to Red Mango? If yes, then you’re one of the luckiest people on earth who tried this luscious and one-of-a-kind frozen yogurt. If no, then you’re one of those people who must try it! Red Mango’s frozen yogurt is not just your ordinary frozen yogurt. It tastes like more than heaven. It’s like a blend of all delicious desserts around the world in one spoon!