#ArbyEats at Kuromon Market!

Kuromon Market is famous for its fresh seafoods, street foods, and cheap souvenirs! This market has been around for over 170 years and is known to be “Osaka’s Kitchen” since it’s where local homeowners and restaurant chefs get their supplies. Today, it’s also a very a well-known tourist destination because: FOOD. Advertisements

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Where to eat in Kyoto?

Aside from numerous tourist spots, Kyoto also boasts of countless food places with ultimately good food! In this blog post, I’ll share with you 3 restaurants we’ve visited and loved during our stay in Kyoto.

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Gourmade by Chef Rob Lau – Losing weight while eating gourmet?!

I’m sure you’ve heard of countless portion-controlled meal delivery services. These services are either specifically for weight loss and other health constraints or just for the convenience of not having to prepare your meals yourself or not having to think where to eat! And that’s how I found out about Gourmade by Chef Rob Lau…

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Now in Manila: Tsuta – The First Michelin-Starred Ramen

The first Michelin-starred ramen in Tokyo by Master Chef Onishi Yuki is now in Manila! What makes Tsuta stand out from all the other popular ramen houses in the city is its clear, light-tasting broth. We are used to rich Tonkotsu ramen broth so Tsuta is a refreshing addition to Manila’s ramen community!

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Foggy Mountain Cookhouse – A Foodie’s Delight!

As the saying goes, “The greater the effort, the sweeter the reward.” Foggy mountain cookhouse is literally a hidden gem in Baguio City. It’s quite hard to locate and even the locals are not that familiar with the place’s name so be sure that you have the location/direction saved on you maps app.

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Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen – A Brave Review

The ultimate highlight of my first solo travel – dining at Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen! Gordon Ramsay is one of the most recognizable celebrity chefs in the world, that’s why I’m very excited and I have very high expectations of Bread Street Kitchen’s food!

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Chateau Hestia: My Favorite Tagaytay Resto!

Chateau Hestia is currently my favorite restaurant in Tagaytay. I love the rustic, romantic vibes of the place and the ultimately good food they serve. Everything is just so refreshing, it’s the perfect location for special occasions!

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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies are a crowd favorite and a comfort food to many! There are tons of recipe variations but it’s actually really easy to bake. This particular recipe just takes about an hour overall to prepare. Let’s start baking!

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Go Bento

Go Bento offers customers quick relief of their Japanese food cravings. It is located near Bonifacio High Street which actually benefits employees within the area. Definitely a food on the go for busy BGC people!

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Cafe Seol Hwa

Cafe Seol Hwa’s food is okay and location is  very accessible. However, service is bad – really bad (at least for that one time we dined there.) Unfortunately, the food didn’t compensate for the really bad service. I just hope they’ll improve over time. Update: The management replied to my Zomato review and based on latest […]

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