Archive for the ‘Buffet’ Category

The Amazing Fusion Experience In Kuwait

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

Working in Kuwait is a whole new experience that I’ve been enjoying at the moment. The blogger side of me has been always desiring to share my food trips in this Arab country where I thought it would more on the Mediterranean cuisines. However, this small yet oil-rich country has more to offer. It is a place wherein various kinds of cuisines can be experienced and one of which is their Fusion Japanese Restaurant.

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So far, the restaurant has two branches but the one located near the famous Kuwait Towers has become the hub of Filipinos who have been longing for Japanese food as well as those locals who definitely want to try something new.

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DADS Ultimate Buffet: A true haven for foodies

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

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DADS Ultimate Buffet is perhaps one of the few restaurants in the Philippines that offer authentic Filipino, American, and Japanese cooking. Most of the time, restaurants that offer a variety of cuisines don’t succeed because they fail to produce signature dishes that will make the restaurant well-known. However, DADS Ultimate Buffet has been in operation since the 90s and its wide variety of scrumptious, novel dishes are still being appreciated by the people and professional food journalists alike. To the uninitiated, DADS Ultimate Buffet is a fusion of 3 of the best restaurants in Manila. It serves Filipino, American, and Japanese dishes. With its great-tasting food, more than 200 dishes to choose from, and a price that’s not unreasonable for an eat-all-you-can scenario, DADS Ultimate Buffet is every connoisseur’s escape to a world of flavors.
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A Carnation-filled Lunch at Escuela Pia

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

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Joining the Carnation Family Foodtrip was like going on a field trip. I was able to go at different sites in Taal town and I did have a Carnation-filled lunch at Escuela Pia, a Batangas Heritage site. (more…)

The Pride of GenSan (2 of 3)

Friday, October 16th, 2009

I ended the last post with the journey to my memories of General Santos. The beautiful coastline that is Saranggani Bay reminds me of the LA coastline. (FACT: It was built by the US to mimic indeed the LA coastline) For a place stricken with so much conflict and strife, where war and holy battles be it justified or not is present, General Santos is beautiful place. Just in time, the 4 main courses were served.

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The Pride of General Santos City (1 of 3)

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

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General Santos City is well known for being the home of the People’s Champ, Manny Pacquaio. But for foodie’s like me, General Santos City means so much more. Bordering the line between Saranggani Province and South Cotabato, here lies a burgeoning city where rural life meets urban life.

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