Friday, August 29, 2008

Beers paradise


Since my friends were craving for weird beers last Friday, we ended up spending the night at Beers paradise. Yes, yes, I'm not a beer drinker but I joined them anyway for company and have a sip of different beers.

Beer paradise features 100 kinds of imported beers from around the world. They have German beer, Belgian beers... Draft, bottled, etc. Each beer is served with its matching goblet, which I find it cool... What they ordered. Leffe,
Westmalle, Bush, Grimberger and palm. From what I heard the best beer for them that night was the leffe and bush with alcohol content of 10% and up, worst was palm(5% alcohol content). A bottle would cost around P200 and up, expensive, e! But according to them it’s worth a try. So beer drinkers will surely splurge and enjoy this place 

The ambiance, I find it unusual because usually beer places are dimmed but this one is well-lighted with fluorescent light and is neat with fancy interior; the place is non-smoking and served no food except for pica-pica such as nuts and bratwurst (Sausage).

Anyway for those of you who want to have beerscapade or simply have a taste:

Beers Paradise is located along Polaris St. Makati.
(located at the back of McDo in Makati Ave.)
Open from 11 am- 4am
(632)8959271, (632) 8960193

That's all!

Monday, August 25, 2008

Angels' Kitchen

One tiring day at work, I and some friends went to Greenhills to try Angel’s kitchen. The atmosphere is casual and relaxed; the place is small, can seat approx. 30 pax but is clean, simple b and pleasantly homey...

Freebies: A super lip-smacking chicken pistacio pate with crispy and tastylicious crostinis. We even brought a jar of pate and a bag of crostini after dining...Mmmm!!!
I ordered for low cholestetol ostrich salpicao.P378. Tender juicy ostrich meat,
Their crispy steamed John Dory fish fillet . P378. dory fish cooked to perfection and is garnished with veggies like asparagus, leeks and shitake mushroom.
PESTO!!!! they also have John dory fish fillet in pesto.P378. ; with mango and tomato salsa on the sides.

And their salad is fresh and good as well...

Overall,our dining experience was good- feels like home, you know ;-)

Ooohhh, just in case- Reservation is not necessary but is advisable...

Angels' Kitchen
57 Connecticut St.,
North East Greenhills, San Juan
(632) 744-1018

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Mascot mascotan...

Just this afternoon I was talking with my colleagues about mascots, and told them McDonalds mascots are weird like McDo as a clown, hamburlger, those scary fry kids and Grimace as one big tastebud... yeah he is a tastebud, and I thought he was an ube (taro)!

McDonalds character:
Anyway, while I was talking to a friend, I mentioned about hetty and while searching for some pix... I discovered some of our very own Jollibee mascots: Here I'm sharing the picture I found in google...
In this picture from left to right is Popo the potato fries, Hetty the sphagetti , Jollibee the jolly bee, Twirlie the sundae and Yum the burger. Hmmm I wonder where chikie the chicken is...

That's All!

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

"6 x 4" meme

I'm answering another meme; tagged by Panaderos, I didn't bother to change the title at all ...

Anyway, here are the meme's rules:

Click copy/paste, type in your answers and tag four people in your lists! Don’t forget to change my answers to the questions with that of yours.

1. Four places I go to, over and over:

* Home- I just can't get enough =D
* Boracay- love to relax and unwind by the beach .
* Bangkok - Culture rich and of course shopping.
* Food places - Obviously I so lurve to eat.

2. Four people who e-mail me regularly:

* Colleagues
* Former high school and college classmates
* Headhunter
* People from facebook/friendster/blogger

3. Four of my favorite places to eat:

* Apartment 1b
* Circles
* Recipes
* Soms

4. Four places i’d rather be:

* In my bed sleeping
* In the mall
* In the coffee shop
* Beach!!!

5. Four TV shows I could watch over and over:

* Sex and the city
* Greys anatomy
* Desperate housewife
* Friends

6. Four people I think will respond:

* Pinoywebsurfer
* Bley
* Philos
* Oliboy

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Tagged.... Dating101

Another tagged from Philos

1. When was your first kiss and where?
Uhmmm I think it was last quarter of HS senior year... outside school vicinity...

2. When was your first real relationship and how long did it last?
I really can't remember the date but I think it was March of 96 it lasted for 2 years i think.

3. What age were you allowed to date?
My parent didn't prohibit me; but I start dating when I was around 14 or 15.

4. What's the craziest thing you did (for love) when you were a teenager?

5. How long is your longest relationship and what's the secret?
All of my relationship lasted prolly 2 years.

6. How long did you date before you decided to settle down?
settling down e? I guess I still have to find the right one to settle with.

7. How long did you know he was the ONE?
no ONE... lets see...

8. Now, at what age will you allow your kid(s) to date? (if and only if I end up having kids)
When I think it is time... I really think my kid(s) will be a responsible one

9. When it comes to your kids dating, will you be a cool parent or a strict parent?
I want to be both cool and strict.

10. What piece of advice can you give to your child when they start dating?
Like my mom used to tell me....

Tagging...Tentay Ifoundme Calvin Oliboy Princess Dyanie

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Seaside Dampa

Dampa is a haven for seafood lovers here in Manila. Well basically the word dampa in Filipino lingo means "mini house" but was given another meaning here in Manila; it is rather a style of eatery.

“Dampa Style” eateries has basic concept which is to buy and choose your favorite food in their wet-market stalls and then hand it to your chosen restaurant to have it cooked the way you like.

There are several dampa places here in metro, the 3 most popular places were- Paranaque which was the original dampa place, then there was one in libis and the one in Macapagal...

Let me concentrate on Macapagal, since this is the last one I went to. Well, the place is much bigger and cleaner than the one in Paranaque and Libis. It has a spacious parking area at the back - Of course,the area itself smells fishy since it is a market place and since most of the stalls sell seafood products (but yes they also sell meat products). There are around 40+ restaurants to choose from...

Tuna Belly- P300/kilo
Shirmp- P300- 600 /kilo depending of size
Lobster- Around P1000/kilo

Cooking service is around P100 and up.... I just hope you choose the best restaurant and yeah a fresh products too.... Good luck!!!

Seaside Dampa
Hobbies of Asia complex
Diosdado Macapagal Blvd. Pasay City

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Tony Roma’s

Tony Roma's is an American family restaurant chain world famous for its ribs.Tony Roma's menu also features a variety of other signature rib products as well as flame-grilled specialties such as sizzling steaks, legendary barbecued chicken, succulent seafood and all time American favorites like onion loaf, potato skins, baked potato soup, salads and hamburgers.

True... they served mouth-watering baby back ribs. The Glorietta branch as a laid back atmosphere that encourages relaxed dining. They have a very accommodating and knowledgeable staff...

Freebies: A loaf of bread with herbed butter

One of the best tasting and filling french onion soup. The melted Provolone is just perfect.

Tony Roma's star-studded sampler. P945
It is delicious( They have maintaned their baby back ribs consistently over the years which is very very good) - served with choice of 2 side dishes. We chose coleslaw and baked potato.
Serving is good for 4-6 pax.

Ooohhh they also served combo meals such as this ... tender juicy grilled steak and salmon combo. It is certainly good ....

I'm sorry but I've not taking note of the price lately...
I know, I know I'm becoming a delinquent blogger lately but I'm really am lazy lazyyyyyyy....

That's all!

Tony Roma’s Glorietta
148-A Ground Floor Glorietta 4
Ayala Center, Makati City 1200
Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel: (632) 757 1926

Tony Roma’s Alabang
2nd Floor, Expansion Wing
Alabang Town Center

Muntinlupa City, Philippines

Tel: (632) 771 1388

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Razon's of Guagua

Halo-halo when directly translated to English it is "mix-mix". From wiki it is a popular Filipino dessert and is a mixture of shaved ice and milk to which are added various boiled sweet beans and fruits, and served cold in a tall glass or bowl.

Razon's of Guagua Pampanga is well known for their famous halo-halo.P65. I personally like their halo-halo for me the flavours is just right, not too sweet, ice is crashed to finest... YUM!!!

Menu is not that extensive, the serving is not big as well (just good for snack). Here halo-halo can be paired with their good sourly tasting dinuguan (pork blood stew) with puto (Pinoy rice cake).P90. or their tasty Pancit luglog(noodles).P65.

Good thing is that branches are scattered all over Metro Manila - in the malls, in greenhills and etc...

That's All!

Razon's of Guagua
22 Jupiter Street, Bel-Air Village
Makati City, Metro Manila
(632) 899-7841

Click here for list of branches

Sunday, August 3, 2008


I've been playing with photofunia lately, here are two of my photo's enhanced/created by the said application... amazing isn't it?
You might wanna try:

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Friday, August 1, 2008


This is me ;-) A composition of my cousin Rawbean. Thanks Ahiya!!! You're so great!!!

Does it look like me?

That's All!

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