Since moving to London, I’ve been having trouble finding good Mexican food. Manila has been obsessed with Mexican fare for several years and I’ve been missing authentic tacos and quesadillas from El Chupacabra and Taco Vengo. You can imagine my excitement when I heard about a couple of good Mexican places opening up in London … Continue reading Breddos Tacos: A queso good chicken tacos
Filipino food has been making waves around the world the past few years. Adobo is no longer the dish nobody recognises and because of the dispersion of so many Filipinos abroad, it was only a matter of time before the rest of the world started appreciating the wonders of sisig and lechon. UK is home … Continue reading The Adobros: Fun Filipino supper club
Because the sun was out and warm weather was promised, we decided to visit Cambridge over the long bank holiday weekend. We've only heard good things about Cambridge, but we were still pleasantly surprised by how much we enjoyed our time there. How we got there We took a train from Liverpool Street station which took 1.5 hours. When we got to the Cambridge train station, … Continue reading Cambridge with 3 kids, plus tips for parents
We met up with some friends for dinner at Mam, a relatively new Vietnamese joint at Notting Hill. Getting there was pretty easy. It’s a 6 minute minute walk from Westbourne Park London station and the Portobello Road Market. There are several bus stops around and one right across the street. It’s been a while … Continue reading Mam Notting Hill: Vietnamese barbecue packed with flavour
I personally think that the Manila food scene is really exciting and so far ahead of the game compared to a lot of cities around the world. It also isn't too expensive to enjoy a really good meal back home. I've been getting homesick the past few months, mainly because of the cold weather, but … Continue reading The 5 Manila dishes I’ve been craving for
I've always been a sucker for the beach. One year I went to Boracay 4 times. Coron is absolutely mind-blowing (more posts on that trip soon). But I have to say, Siargao is one of my new favourites because of: 1.The people. Friendly faces of all nationalities everywhere! From our habal-habal driver, to the funny Aussies … Continue reading My Siargao top 5
You know you're in your late 20's / early 30's when you love eating salads. There are days when it's all I want to eat - breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's probably my body telling me to detox from all the unhealthy food or because of my changing palette since I started juicing. Whatever the … Continue reading Salad Stop Manila: the search is over!