We went out for a dinner to make up for our postponed long weekend plans and hold a birthday surprise for Krisha. We planned to have it at City Meat-Up, unfortunately, it’s closed on Mondays so we decided to try Hungry Neighbors instead which is only a few blocks away from our former choice.
Pizza, pasta and desserts may define a great gastronomic experience but rice meal still tops my daily food routine. From breakfast to dinner, I always go for anything with rice because it doesn’t only keep me full but also fuels my energy throughout the day. So, when we stopped at Harbor Point in Subic for lunch before a project meeting, Buddha’s Bowl was a perfect find.
Food parks have sprouted all around the metro and my bad, I haven’t tried one yet here in Pampanga. When my friends from Hotels Guide PH planned a food adventure, I counted myself in (Haha!) and to my surprise, it’s not in a restaurant or coffee shop but a food park in Tarlac. Not a typical one as it’s first of its kind in Tarlac – HUNGRY YARD.
I have shared bits of our Cebu trip and this is absolutely one of my favorites – dinner at the beautiful La Vie Parisienne. It’s one of the most visited spots not just for fine dining but splendid sight itself. La Vie Parisienne, “Parisian Life” in English, is regarded as the first French Boulangerie, Pastry Shop and Wine Library in Cebu and true to its name, I felt like I was transported to my dream Paris upon entering the place.