Although I’m still biased towards Eng-Bee-Tin when it comes to hopia, Baker’s Hill in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, was still a good visit for me. I was much impressed by the homey and relaxing feel of the gardens of this bakeshop. Baked products are good too. Baker’s Hill specializes in hopia, but what I liked most was their pizza. Continue reading “On Baker’s Hill, We Chill — Puerto Princesa, Palawan”
People craving for Vietnamese cuisine will have their fix in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. I love Vietnamese food, and I was just so happy that in Puerto Princesa, tourists can have a taste of authentic Vietnamese dishes. Continue reading “Sample Vietnamese Food in Puerto Princesa, Palawan”
50’s Diner is one place to remember when looking for a good place to eat in Baguio. I have fond memories of 50’s Diner in Baguio City years ago when it was located across Burnham Park. There’s a big difference. 50’s Diner was more spacious then, and the waitresses moved around on skates, giving that good ol’ 50’s feel. Continue reading “50’s Diner, Baguio City”
A splendid Baguio morning for me would be waking up very early, breathing the cool air outside, knowing that I’m far from Manila for a while, having a walk at Burnham Park or at some quiet place, and then getting breakfast at Café by the Ruins. It would be forgivable to forgo the waking up early part, but dear me, not the breakfast at Café by the Ruins. Continue reading “Café by the Ruins, Baguio City”
It is summertime again. Halo-halo is in again. Our taste buds judge Razon’s Halo-halo to be the best among all halo-halos around.