Malingap Central Food Hall Experience

I enjoyed making this vlog and I can’t wait to show it to you guys. We had an awesome experience in this recently opened food hall in QC. The place looks vibrant and cool with well thought out concepts and food selections. There are 11 food stalls to choose from.

It felt like I’m in food heaven and couldn’t decide which one to eat. My favorites for the night were: beef kebab from Shish-K and the polvoron cheesecake from Taza Platito Desserts.

Shout out to my friends Mai, Sha, and Nads!

I recommend this place if you’re looking for a place to hang out/dine with your family and friends. They have great food, funky atmosphere, A/C, and parking space!

 

Malingap Central Food Hall

40 Malingap Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City

Open from 11am to 10pm

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Bye Bye 2017, Welcome 2018!

Spectacular fireworks from across the building, sumptuous food, BINGO, and old school music…This is how our family welcomed 2018.

A new year means a new beginning. It is about having new hopes, new experiences, and having a fresh start. Let us focus on the good and live life to the fullest!

 

K-Drama Gets Real! Korean BBQ…again

When your friends are addicted to Korean Drama, they’ll do anything to get their friends join them. When we were planning to meet for lunch after Christmas, Carla suggested we go to a Korean restaurant. Ate Tin and Carla have been craving for Korean food and Soju. Korean resto it is!

We had lunch at Don Day Fresh Korean BBQ. I enjoyed Don Day’s Samgyupsal and Japchae. For 499 pesos, you can have the unlimited beef and pork combo for the Samgyupsal and other food selections on the buffet. How do you get your money’s worth at a buffet? Go for the unli meat and go for the seafood!

Kamsahamnida!

Don Day Fresh Korean BBQ

Address: 75 Kalayaan Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City

Contact Number: (02) 4350528

Can’t get enough of Claypot Rice

Claypot rice is so perfect for this cold December weather; it brings warmth at every bite. I have here two and I will add more restaurants for my Claypot rice series.

What it is to love about claypot rice? It is a one-dish meal wherein the flavorful rice is cooked in the claypot together with the meat and veggies. The traditional way of cooking it is by cooking using charcoal. It gives a burnt flavor…smokey… and creates a crusty bottom of burnt rice. It is best to season it with the broth or sauce to enhance the flavor.

 

Quiapo Trip: Souvenir Island + Ramon Lee’s Panciteria

Quiapo is a bustling district in Manila that is full of adventure. There are many things to do and places to see in Quiapo. This is home to the famous Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene where millions of devotees flock during “translacion” to get a chance to touch or kiss the feet of the Black Nazarene. Right outside the church is Plaza Miranda where vendors and fortune tellers manage to do business.

My friend Malou and I went to Hidalgo Street to check some photography equipment and some home wall decals. We walked along Palanca Street and found this interesting shop, Souvenir Island General Merchandise. I also showed her the “secret” stores in Kilion where to get affordable spices, baking ingredients, and packaging supplies. We met Malou’s hubby and threaded the narrow streets going to Carriedo. We had our late lunch at Ramon Lee’s Panciteria. The restaurant has been there since 1929. This is history, man! With the walls adorned with photos of celebrities and politicians, I knew we found a “gem” in this spot. Hooray for a “fine meal” – chicken, pancit, pinsec frito, fried rice, soup, and banana. Yum!

 

Souvenir Island General Merchandise

Address: 135-137 1001, Carlos Palanca Sr., Quiapo, Metro Manila

Contact Number: (02) 735 4319

 

Ramon Lee’s Panciteria

Address: 1003, 540 Ronquillo St, Santa Cruz, Manila, 1003 Metro Manila

Contact number: (02) 733 0642