The Early Bird Breakfast Club is a spot of sunshine at Solenad 3, radiating positivity and warmth with their ‘Gram-worthy interiors of millennial pinks, sage greens, canary yellows, and little accents that give the place a homey, English cottage appeal. Teaming up with Deal Grocer, they’ve come up with a breakfast bundle that includes a British classic, a twist on classic flavors, and a sweet Pinoy breakfast favorite you’ll be fighting over for.
So what do you do when you’re craving for dishes like deep-fried pigeon, honey-glazed char siu, double-boiled black chicken soup, or the infamous Buddha jumps over the wall? You make a beeline for Harbor City in Hong Kong. But when you’re in the Philippines? You go to Greenhills, for XIÙ Fine Cantonese Dining, of course.
WOKBy 4900 is situated along Durban Street, near Alchemy Bar, the fairly new hole-in-the-wall that opened in January is just the thing for backpackers renting out beds in one of the nearby hostels to get a good meal, while making the most of the co-working space which also includes air-conditioning, reliable wifi, charging stations, and pour-over coffee.
After trying out all of Crisp on 28th’s new Filipino fusion dishes, I can’t pick a favorite. They were all incredibly well thought out and expertly executed, with Chef Siggy Santiago-Torrente taking inspiration from the owner’s go-to Filipino dishes, like co-owner Solenn Heussaff’s fondness for kansi.
I think I’ve fallen in love with Paradise Dynasty. I really have. The interiors are gorgeous you’d think you were in a hotel, but the prices are that of any decent Chinese place that serves lemon chicken, Macau crispy pork, and Yang Chow fried rice. If you haven’t yet, here are 8 reasons to take your family there, and maybe change your mind.
I had always wanted to go and pay Hillside Cafe & Juice Bar a visit, if only to support two female creativepreneurs I highly respected, but life had been keeping me in the south for most of this year, working on a few new projects, and picking up a few clients in the process, so just the thought of crawling through at least two hours of traffic for a smoothie just wasn’t worth it. Until I discovered that the cafe was INSIDE a garden center.
Mama Lou’s had recently come out with a few new dishes for families and friends to bond over (just in time for Christmas, too!), but I still can’t help but revert back to old favorites. Here are a few of the reasons why I keep on coming back to Mama Lou’s.