Seollem Cafe serves Korean Food, Drinks, and Aesthetics

Sometimes I look back at that first lockdown back in March of 2020, and I know I’m not alone in having binge watched Crash Landing on You. I don’t drink coffee, so I never got on the dalgona bandwagon, but the K-drama series offered a bit of comfort and levity in a scary time. CLOY fans will be thrilled to discover Seollem Cafe – a … Continue reading Seollem Cafe serves Korean Food, Drinks, and Aesthetics

Get Your Next Lobster Dinner from Shrimp Pirate

I wrote about The Shrimp Pirate a few months back in my Calle Uno Food Hub post. We chowed down on their shrimp and mussel rice meals with just the right cajun kick to wake up your senses. The airy (and therefore safer than indoor) dining experience is great, but sometimes, it’s better to keep the party at home. At-home gatherings can still be plenty … Continue reading Get Your Next Lobster Dinner from Shrimp Pirate

Gypsy Baguio is a Place for Celebrations

It’s here – a long overdue birthday post! I turned 28 this year, and all I wanted was to eat good food and forget about work and school for a while. I was lucky to be able to do exactly that…mostly. Comprehensive exams were right around the corner, but I decided to take a break from studying to celebrate. We were choosing from a couple … Continue reading Gypsy Baguio is a Place for Celebrations

Objects of My Ingestion, Bacolod-Talisay edition

I visited Negros Occidental for the first time over the weekend and got a good eyeful and mouthful of the Bacolod-Talisay experience. Per recommendation of locals and friends who’ve visited before, these are the places we went to eat, and what we had. Aida’s Chicken, Manokan Country Beside SM City Bacolod is a long row of eateries known as Manokan Country. As you might have … Continue reading Objects of My Ingestion, Bacolod-Talisay edition