Not a fan of korean food, but am a fan of value for money establishments so when our friends raved about how 'sulit' this restaurant was, who were we to refuse? Soban K- Town Grill is a collaboration between Sariwon Korean Barbecue and Happy Foods Group of restaurants. The word Soban means small tray or … Continue reading Soban K-Town Grill / Korean BBQ Fix
Have you ever craved for something that you just ate the other day? I have. Funny thing is, I discovered it by accident. Or maybe it was fate? The day's dillema was that I only have ₱300 left in my wallet but I still have to buy food for two. I could've easily bought a happy … Continue reading Brooklyn’s // Cravings and Comfort Food
Getting to Boracay isn't really as expensive as other people think. Unless you want to splurge on high-end hotels with pools and wifi, you can get a room for 4 for only ₱2000 and ₱1000 on a plane ticket. What you really need to prepare for is your food budget. A meal almost always range … Continue reading Kolai Mangyan // Where to Eat in Boracay for Less Than 100
We're finally here! The flight from Manila to Caticlan's just an hour but we're now hungry and eager to try what Boracay has to offer. The place is more commercialized than when we were here 4 years ago. Glaringly, there's several Korean restaurants built. Maybe because most of the tourist we've seen are group of … Continue reading Hoy, Panga! : Fiesta Style Filipino Food // ChasingStrawberries in Boracay
We're not new to the fact that Japanese food can be quite costly. So I've featured several places before that are cheaper than restaurants, but still gives us the value for our money despite being tagged as fast food chain. So for those who are afraid to try something new because they might be disappointed, I'm your guinea … Continue reading Tokyo Joe // Japanese Fast Food: Yay, Nay, or Just Okay?