I always pass by Café Sweet Inspirations in Katipunan while I was still in University. I’ve always wanted to try this restaurant as it looks nice on the exterior. Thanks to AlwaysHungryPh P, I was able to sample few of Café Sweet Insipration’s best-sellers earlier this month.
I didn’t know that this restaurant is serving Mongolian Bowls. Unlimited at that. It’s 100% DIY, meaning you have the option to choose everything in your bowl. For only 380php, I think it’s so sulit if you want to feast. From meat to veggies to sauces, you have the control. It’s so fun choosing what to put in my bowl as all look appetizing. Since I’m a meat lover, I decided to have chicken, pork, beef, and liver. I partnered this with rice, carrots, sesame seeds, peanut, garlic and chili. I let the staff mixed the sauces but I told him to make it sweet and spicy.
You may watch how your food is being prepared by looking at a small window in the kitchen. I think it’s cool and you may want to have some pictures taken.
I think I made the right mix of ingredients in my bowl as it tasted good. I loved that it was spicy and still flavorful. The liver added to the wonderful mix of flavors in my bowl. EJ B also loved it. I suggest adding it when you create your own Mongolian bowl.
While I was enjoying my food, the staff served us slices of cakes. Oh, how beautiful those cakes were. We were served the following.
** Strawberry Shortcake
** New York Cheesecake
** Red Velvet Cake
** Pistachios Sansrival
** Mango Cream Pie
** Ube Cake
** Salted Caramel Moist Cake
Among these, my favorite would be the Pistachios Sansrival. I can taste real pistachios and I like the texture of each layer of the cake. I also liked the Mango Cream Pie. Well, who can go wrong with mango and cream? Right, Kiko G?
We were also served halo-halo with beautiful ube and leche flan on top but sadly, I was not able to try this. Next time, I swear!
The service was good. One of the staff asked us what we wanted to drink and I appreciate how helpful he was in suggesting me their bestsellers. The owner was also there and I love how friendly and welcoming she was. Again, thank you Sweet Inspirations!
P.S. This is their 2nd branch.
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If you're craving for good Fil-Mex food, then Gorda is what you're looking for. I was able to try few of Gorda's specialties last Sunday and they're all delicious.
The restaurant's exterior is quite intriguing as it's all brick and black door. It's unconventional to see a restaurant with this theme as it may back off certain diners. Normally, restaurants would have inviting clear windows for customers to have a peek of what's inside. However for foodies like me, this certain mysterious type of approach raised my curiosity to the top level.
I actually like Gorda's interior. It's classy and classic. The brick walls added to its sophistication. The huge art wall also made it cool. We were seated in the couch area and Jessica, one of the chefs and owners, welcomed us. She gave us few introductions about the restaurant. She also told us that their Nachos is a must-try. Well, that made everyone excited for it.
While waiting for the food to be served, Gorda's staff gave us Horchata Morena (320php). This whiskey + rum + roasted grains combination was actually one of my favorites that night. Trust me when I say that I can drink this every night. I don't normally give up beer, but I'd skip it for this. The base was creamy and malt-y. The roasted grains gave it a nice aftertaste. The cinnamon spiced it up too. The alcohol content tho is so low. Well maybe it's meant for longer drinking session.
Let's go to the food, shall we?
** Mama's Nachos (400php half / 600php full)
I honestly believe that Tipsy Pig's nachos is incomparable but Gorda's version made me think otherwise. It's so cheesy and has a lot of toppings. I think it's so sulit for 400php. The serving size is waaaay good for 5+ people.
** Calamari (380php)
This is not your usual calamari rings. The meat was cooked right as it's soft and not hard to chew. The breading was not salty and may lack in flavor but dipping it in their cream and pinakurat will make the difference.
** Lechon Tacos (200php)
Made with liver pate, ensalada, and Cebu lechon, I must say that it's a pretty nice catch for its price. I didn't enjoy this at first but when Denise A said that it's too good, I had to give it another try. And she was right. The meat was yummy and it really complemented with everything!
** Keso Quesadilla (300php)
Well I think I found a better tasting cheese quesadilla than other restaurants offering it. It's packed with cheese. So thick!!! Other said it's too much, but for me there's no such thing as too much cheese. Yay kidding. But it's too good. Hi Cindy S, you should give this a try. Thank me later.
** Tapa Burrito (350php)
It was my first time to be served a deconstructed burrito. It's just too beautiful! The egg and tapa combination is really pleasing to the eyes. This can be your perfect meal but it's not just for me. Well first, I'm not a burrito fan so I cannot comment on it too much. For me, this dish needs more flavor. Will it be different if it's rolled? I'm not really sure.
** Pollo Inasal Skillet (450php)
Mexican-spiced chicken inasal, cilantro rice, pimiento, and homemade cream. This is also one of my favorites here. The cilantro rice was amazing. The chicken meat was packed with flavors. 5/5!
** Bell Pepper Relleno (300php)
Not only this was colorful and plated beautifully, this also tasted good! It's safe to say that I really like the trio keso Gorda is using. Everything with it is just flavorful!!!
** Gorda's Avocado Pie (250php)
Everyone got excited when we were advised that we'll have Avocado pie as dessert. It was served with kalamansi whipped cream in butter Graham crust. The avocado was bitter but it's still okay. What I think I didn't like with this is the cream. It's kind of weird to partner sour cream with avocado. I actually like it to be more milky and creamy. I hope they will have the option to choose the cream in the future.
** El Ecuador de Margarita (320php glass / 900php KEG)
Served in fresh watermelon bowl, this has tequila and rosemary essence. Though I like the Horchata Morena better, this was refreshingly good. Not to mention that it's served with colorful straws. How cute!
Overall, I enjoyed the night with Team K at Gorda. The servers can be friendlier and more approachable, in my opinion. Ha! If only this is closer to my office, I would probably consider this during dinner break. I'm still dreaming about their Keso quesadilla! ️
P.S. Thank you Gorda and EJ B for the invite! Thanks for your generosity!
It was nice spending the night with you Patrick V Dennis O Russel F EJ B Midz S Christina R Marc M and Denise A! |
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I've been hearing a lot of good things about Bean and Yolk here in | so I was so excited to try this out.
The place is small compared to other coffee shops. It only has 3 tables inside and another few outside. The ambiance is intimate and relaxing, just like how we spend our usual Sunday afternoon at home.
Looking at their menu, they have a nice list of drinks and food. I was actually torn between matcha and coffee but the latter won that time. Anyway, I was able to try the following.
** Flat White (150php)
This is my usual order when trying a coffee shop for the first time. I actually liked their version. The strong kick was there and it had the perfect balance of milk and coffee. It kind of reminded me the one from TB, but still my favorite would still be Restock and Toby's Estate.
** Smores Hot Cocoa (175php)
This is made with 65% Malagos dark chocolate, frothed fresh milk, and burnt marshmallows. I was able to take a sip of this and it was good! I remember it being not too sweet. Not really a fan of marshmallows, but I like its burnt texture for the overall taste of this drink.
** Cara's Fave (175php)
I'm not so sure who Cara is, but I can say that she has a taste. Her favorite has become my favorite as well. The mozzarella + cheddar cheese + egg combination was winner for me! This also has honey for that semi sweet finish. Really really good. The buttered brioche was so soft that I really enjoyed.
Service was fast and the staff were helpful in our needs especially for water refills. I also like all the artsy things inside the cafe. Very instagenic! The place is small, yes, but I think I prefer it that way. I love the third-wave but intimate ambiance it has. I would like to try other drinks and food here. Urgh, if only this is closer to my work or home.
P.S. Last photo is a postcard Patrick V and I bought for Kristin A in Art in the Park. ️
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I first heard Hook during our rendezvoos at Pound a month ago. Eric gave a teaser on what to expect at the seafood joint from Todd English. I actually got curious as the name of the restaurant is kind of similar to my IG handle. I remember Jayson J saying “Can’t wait to get hooked by Hook,” and I added “and I’ll post pictures in my @hooknorm.” Play of words, ha!
Fast forward to last week, I received an invite from Peanut D for a sponsored rendezvoos at Hook. YES YES YES, of course. I took a VL at work immediately.
I was a bit late as I arrived past 7PM. Some of the reviewers were already there having a few drinks. While setting up my camera, I inspected the interiors of the restaurant and was quite amazed on how classy it is. The black and white theme really matches the elegant furniture. It’s a bit dim inside but I guess it added to the sophisticated vibe of the place. It also has a bar area with high chairs, if you want to get a kitchen view and see how your food is prepared.
Eric and Kidd gave a brief introduction about the restaurant. After a few minutes, they served the following.
** Mixed Frito (400php)
One order consists of fried squid, salmon, oyster, fries, and taro chips. The chips were amazing! It’s Bella J who told me to try it and she was right in telling me that those were crunchy and delicious. I just wish it had more aioli dressing to balance the taste as this all-fried starter set can get too overwhelming when consumed alone.
** Raw Platter
This 3-tier platter consists of everything you need to sample at Hook. Platter 1 consists of oysters, scallop motoyaki, and white clams. Platter 2 has mussels, chilled shrimps, snapper and apple clam ceviche and Platter 3 has the tuna poke, crab and uni slaw, and salmon and ginger jam.
My favorites in this Raw Platter include oysters, tuna poke and the crab and uni slaw. I love the freshness of the oysters. I liked it with their Coriander Lime Granita. I swear, it’s the best combination! It was refreshing, and addicting. I can’t put into words the marriage of flavors in my mouth after trying it.
The Tuna Poke was super good too. The tuna was so flavorful. Eric told us that they used coconut water in this dish and that’s the reason why it was served in a coconut shell. Thanks to Harv, AlwaysHungryPh P, for teaching me how to fully enjoy every spoonful.
** Blackened Tuna Loin (375php)
One of my favorite dishes that night. Okay, I actually prefer raw salmon than tuna but this one’s really flavorful. It was served with thick cuts of fresh tuna. The presentation was too beautiful as well!
** Crab Head Gratin (430php)
Okay, I might sound too repetitive but this one’s really good. Uhhm, actually it was the best dish for me during this rendezvoos. The creaminess of the meat inside the crab shell was heavenly. It was cheesy, creamy and flavorful that I’m guessing that it’s made of not just fish and crab meat, cheese, and corn puree, but it’s also made with love, care, compassion, and more love. Come on, sharing is caring but not with this please? Literally napamura kami ni Inna A sa sarap.
** Shrimp on the Rocks (350php)
I loved that the shrimps were cooked in front of us. The smell of the rocks reminds me of spa. The shrimps were cooked right!
** Salted Egg Prawn (550php)
If you’re reading my reviews here in |ooloo, you’ll know that I’m a fan of anything salted egg. And I’m too happy that they have a nice version of this dish. The salted egg taste was evident. It was flavorful, and a bit spicy. Some may say it’s too spicy but it’s just right for me.
** Not Paella (750php)
The name is catchy, as it’s (not) paella. Uhmm, it’s still paella with a twist. Mixed thoughts about this one actually as I remember Bella J not liking this so much. I heard from the other side of the table that the tomato taste was too evident but it’s the other way around with Will C. Midz S also found this good too. Well, for me it was okay. It’s too flavorful for me that I can eat this alone. But I guess everyone in the team that night agreed that this is one instaworthy paella. Too beautiful!!!
** Mr. Penguin (430php)
I was actually too full when they served this dessert but looking how pretty the presentation is, I just couldn’t stop myself in trying it out. And man, I’m glad I did. This is made with black and white cake, caramel sauce, dark chocolate ganache and truffle oil. The chocolate was velvety soft. It’s just too good! It just made me realize that there’s really a room for dessert no matter how full we are. It’s magic.
The staff were accommodating and helpful. Eric is such a generous host. I like his friendly attitude that he even shared a lot of personal stories during dinner. Thank you Hook!
P.S. Hook has an Oyster Happy Hour during 4PM – 7PM. $1 for every oyster!!!
Thank you |ooloo and Peanut D for the invitation.
See you again soon Clarissa P Inna A Kevinross B Bella J AlwaysHungryPh P Will C Midz S! 🏻
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After the event at Hook, I decided to have coffee first before going home. I wanted to go for my usual barista drink but when I saw that Starbucks has a new Frappuccino for a limited time starting this week, I suddenly changed my mind.
I had their Pop'zel Coffee Frappuccino, which costs 200+php for venti size. I asked the barista to lessen the frappuccino syrup to 2 pumps only since I felt like this drink can be too sweet for me. I'm glad I did. This new drink has a buttery taste with sweet finish. I kind of remember their Caramel Frappuccino while drinking this. It can be too sweet, but if you like sweet stuff then go for it. It's topped with caramel popcorn and pretzels.
P.S. Starbucks is also returning their Roasted Marshmallow S'mores Frappuccino. Not a fan of anything marshmallow so I'm not really sure if I'll order this next time.
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Dohtonbori is not new to me as I've tried their specialties already at their SM North branch. I remember I enjoyed my experience there as their servers were so friendly and helpful in cooking our okonomiyakis. The place has a nice Japanese vibe. I wanted to take a lot of pictures back then but the restaurant was so packed. Next time, I told myself.
Then fast forward to last week, Peanut D messaged me if I'm available for another |ooloo rendezvoos. Aaaaand it's in the newest branch of Dohtonbori at UP Town Center! Oh yeah. I said yes immediately then filed a VL at work - yes, coz I take rendezvoos seriously. *wink*
I was one of the early birds as I arrived at the venue before anyone except for Kiko G. Dohtonbori's UP Town Center is the biggest among its branches in MNL. Kim, the owner and host, told us that this is their most expensive branch when it comes to construction and it actually took so long to complete its interiors. When she said this, it made me realize why the place is so beautiful. It's legit. The structure is very Japanese. It has a replica of Japanese Town area, a Vegetable Market, Fish Market, a typical Japanese home, a car repair shop, real estate office, a Japanese canteen, and a Meat Market where we stayed. It really kind of transported us to a city in Japan!
I can continue this review by telling more about the place and ambiance but let's go to the food, shall we?
** Pork Okonomiyaki
This is a classic. It actually tastes like takoyaki, but there's so much more. Presentation-wise, it's very beautiful. I loved that the Japanese mayo is unlimited, and the toppings, especially the nori, were generous.
** Hamburg Cheese Steak Okonomiyaki
One of the newest items in the menu, this is their version of okonomiyaki with hamburg steak in the center of their egg-vegetable-meat mixture. After ensuring that everything is already cooked, cheese sauce is poured all over the okonomiyaki. Talk about sizzling cheese. Yes?
No doubt that this became the crowd's favorite last night.
** Salmon Fried Rice
The fact that this has salmon, I'm already solved. Haha kidding. But yeah, the salmon is cooked in front of us which I think was nice. This also has lettuce and garlic. Seems easy to replicate at home, but man, this was delicious. Compared to the other dishes, this was the lightest in terms of taste. It served as a good balance of everything. Definitely a must-try too.
** Striploin Yakiniku Set
Okay let me just say that everyone in the group last night agreed that this set was delicious. I particularly liked the chicken one as it's so tender and flavorful. The beef was cooked right for me, but I heard Ruth mentioned that theirs were a bit chewy. One set is actually good for 4 people. I think it can be even shared by 5 or 6 people provided they will have other orders. Such a steal for 999php.
** Ajitama Tonkotsu Ramen
** Chashu Tonkotsu Ramen
DELICIOUS AND SUPER FLAVORFUL for a restaurant that's not specializing in ramen. I liked the Ajitama Ramen better because of the egg. The Chashu Ramen was also good as it's packed with generous pork. Both ramen have the same broth, which is tonkotsu. It was creamy and rich in texture probably because of several hours of boiling pork bones. I think each costs around 330-350php which for me is very sulit based on its taste.
** Strawberry Chuhai
** Yazu Chuhai
** Sake Karatanba
** Sake Ozeki Nama
I ordered the Strawberry Chuhai and it was refreshing. It's not too sweet nor too sour. However the alcohol was so mild that it made me feel like I'm just drinking soda. We also ordered bottles of sake. And man, best decision ever. The gray/black bottled one was more delicious and has more alcohol content. The white one, on the other hand, was like a lighter version. I prefer the former though.
I seriously think that Dohtonbori has one of the nicest and warmest services out there. Their employees are kind and so helpful. One of the girl servers even remembered me. And I actually remembered her too! Nope, not sparks guys. So she was our server when my friends and I recently dined at their SM North branch. The fact that she still recognized me despite serving hundreds or thousands of people after means she values customers so well. Thanks Janine!
Kim was a very generous host. I actually admire how she managed to do what she's doing now. She was so game answering all our questions and even gave a trivia on why she thinks that Dohtonbori is destined to be part of her life.
P.S. Dinner with |ooloo people will always be great. Thank you so much Peanut D for the invite and to |ooloo and Gwen I! You guys are the best! Good to see you again Ruth D and Kiko G! More travel stories and tips next time.
Finally, nice to meet you Ann Margaret L Brie K Judie Ann Princess M Eboy F Shayne B and Jackie M! See you again soon!
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Last Friday, Cindy S and I decided to have our dinner at Uptown Mall. Since we still haven't tried Tim Hortons, we both agreed to have coffee first before our meals.
We arrived at around 9:30pm and the line was not that crazy outside. It's still long, we were sixth on the line outside, and there's another 10 people inside.
I ordered Cafe Mocha medium for 115php. It was cheaper than CBTL and Starbuck's version. The coffee taste was strong as it was bitter. I couldn't taste the chocolate though. I let Cindy have a sip, and she told me that it was actually good. I'm still not sure if I would agree.
Cindy ordered their Frozen Hot Chocolate (155php for large). It was refreshing but it's not chocolate-y enough for me. It was too sweet also. I'm not sure but I think I don't like the chocolate that Tim Hortons is using.
I also ordered a box of 6 donuts. It's really cheap for 200php. I got so excited for the Vanilla Dip one as it looks like what I had at Dunkin' Donuts recently. Uhmmm, to be honest, I think DD has a better version. The donut was beautiful, but the small candies on top were so hard to chew. It was overly sweet. It was just too much. I had hopes with the Chocolate Dip donut as it looks good as well. I thought it would be less sweet as it's just classic donut with chocolate on top. I was wrong. The chocolate on top was not chocolate. I mean it may be is, but it didn't taste like one. It's more of arnibal or maple syrup colored in deep dark brown resembling a chocolate dip. I wanted to be sure about my observation so I let my other teammates taste it. They didn't like it as well. Anyway, I'm sorry Tim Hortons. I promise to try your other drinks as I want to justify why you're so famous and loved by other people. Any suggestions what to order next time?
P.S. +1 star as the girl manning the counter was so respectful. She also helped me to understand their donuts better. They have classic and premium donuts. I only ordered the classic flavors, but I'll pass in trying the premium ones anytime soon. Maybe if I'm not going to fall in line for, uhmm, 30min?
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My officemates and I are always eating out during dinner for us to be away from work even for only 1 to 1.5 hours.
After our heavy dinner at Kuppa one weeknight, we decided to have a cup of tea at TWG. The server recommended their Silver Moon Tea (195php). It's green tea based with a hint of strawberry and vanilla. It's perfect for two people, but might be bitin for 3. The tea was good but I just prefer black tea in general.
We also ordered few macarons to go with our tea. We had Number 12 Tea macaron, Napoleon, Red Velvet, Blueberry Cheesecake, and Timeless Tea macarons. I also ordered Matcha Green Tea and Earl Grey for Cindy S for take away. Among the flavors I sampled, I liked Napoleon and Matcha the most. Each macaron is priced at 60php.
Service that night was good except for a little mix up and delay with our receipts.
P.S. TWG has an elegant ambiance perfect for intimate bonding with friends.
P.S.S. Hi, Tea Timer badge! 🏅
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I'm not a member of #TeamExtraRice for nothing.
Jayson J organized a dinner at Rico Rico. I first heard this paella stall here in |ooloo. It's located at the food court of SM Aura. I heard really good things during that rendezvoos so my expectation for this place is really high.
We were supposed to meet at 7:30pm, but I had work to finish last night so I arrived a little past 8pm. And guess what? They were done eating! Oh come on, it's rice guys! How come you finished everything in 30min? Okay 45 minutes. Anyway, they're so thoughtful enough as they let me try few servings of what they had. Thanks guys!
** Negra (250php solo / 475php to share)
I love Paella Negra in general. Or any squid ink meal in that sense. I was not able to eat it with bonito flakes but I can taste the seafood goodness in the rice.
** Carne (290php solo / 550php to share)
Unisse C told me that this contained generous amount of meat when it was served. I was only able to taste a spoonful, but it's enough for me to say that among all that we ordered, this was the least flavorful. But in a good way. It's not overwhelming. I actually liked its light taste.
** Vegetable (225php solo / 435php to share)
This was surprisingly good! Though this doesn't contain meat, the taste was still rich and has a lot of texture.
Aaaand let's go to my order.
** Marisco (320php solo / 595php to share)
I ordered solo of Marisco as I was too hungry when I arrived. I specifically picked this for them to try as well. I was actually having a difficult time deciding if I'm getting this or the Surf n Turf one. However the one at the counter suggested to go for Marisco. This is seafood paella. One of the staff told us that the broth they used here has shrimp, crab, etc. to achieve the strong seafood flavor in the rice. Then they used the same ingredients to make the Marisco sauce. No wonder that this has the "lasang dagat" taste. It was so rich and strong. This was topped with generous amount of shrimps, squid, and clams.
I honestly think that Rico Rico serves good paella. Compared to my previous experience at ArroZeria, the paella in Rico Rico has more meat and toppings. Both were flavorful and delicious, tbh.
I like that they have an open kitchen where you can see how your order is done. It's nice to watch how they do the tricks to serve you your nice paella.
I paired my solo order of Marisco paella with a glass of Red Sangria. The drink was okay but I tasted better sangrias in other restaurants. I spent 419php for these, but to be honest, the paella + sangria combination didn't make me full. The solo size wasn't enough to fill my tummy.
But definitely, I'll be back for the Vegetable Paella. I was also interested to try their Negra 2.0 with chicken, egg, peas, and red bell pepper!
Hi guys, thank you and see you again soon Jayson J Dennis O Elaine O Kristin A Will C Unisse C and Mark L (did I tag you correctly? Haha 🏻️) Until next time!
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I'm not your usual sweets-aholic but there's something in Sugar Factory that made me interested to try it.
The interiors scream sophistication. I'm loving the black and white theme, and the velvet couches. Cindy S and I were greeted by a smiling lady in the reception. She asked us where we wanted to be seated and of course, we chose the couch area. Our table was actually too big for us, but it made our dining experience comfortable.
When the menu was handed to us, I immediately turned the pages to the dessert section. I particularly liked to try their Sundaes, but each seems to be so huge and expensive. Cindy, on the other hand, wanted to order their Goblets. After a few discussions, we decided to get the following.
** Raspberry Watermelon Mojito Goblet (780php / 550php without alcohol)
This is one of Sugar Factory's signature drinks. It's 60oz perfect for 2-3 people. It's made with fruit juices, silver rum, and topped with watermelon candy and mint leaves. This was super refreshing, not to mention that it's aesthetically beautiful! This can be served with or without alcohol.
** Buffalo Chicken Wings (420php)
6 pieces chicken wings in original Buffalo sauce. This was sooooo good. I like my buffalo chicken this way. You may choose your preferred dip among bleu cheese, honey mustard, and garlic aioli. Of course, I went with the classic and had bleu cheese. It was legit. Buffalo chicken + bleu cheese = perfect combination.
** Kung Pao Pasta (435php)
I was craving for Charlie Chan pasta earlier this visit so when I saw that they are serving Kung Pao pasta made my heart jumped with glee. I chose chicken over shrimp for the toppings. The chicken meat was so tender and flavorful. However I didn't like their version of Kung Pao. It was too sour and bland in taste. The sauce was kind of diluted compared to Kung Pao pasta at CPK. If ever I'll eat dinner here again, I'll skip this and just try the other pasta dishes.
** Strawberry Rainbow (220php)
This is one of their gourmet ice cream sandwiches. This is made of two sugar cookies, strawberry ice cream, and rainbow sprinkles. This was a steal! Comparing its price among the other desserts, this is so sulit. Soooo good!!! The cream on top was so rich in texture and in flavor. I swear this was perfect in ending our dinner.
Overall I liked our dining experience at Sugar Factory. Nice place and interiors. It's kind of intimidating to enter the restaurant at first but once you're already inside, you'd feel relaxed and comfortable. The servers were so attentive and helpful to our needs. I like that they have buttons per table to call the attention of the servers. It reminded me of the tables at Kuppa.
P.S. They have King Kong Sundae which costs 2950php! It looks promising and delicious but so expensive! Gaaaahh ice cream party, anyone?
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