Korean population in Cebu, and in the Philippines in general, is becoming larger and larger. They came here for our affordable yet high quality English education.
But some are not just plainly English students, some are businessmen as well. Korean started the concept of a cafe with double deck amenities. You can see the commonalities among Korean owned and managed cafes such as cafe noriter, coffee prince, and cafe talk library. Soda Cafe will not take its backseat among its contemporaries.
Soda cafe is located inside Rain Tree Mall along Mango Avenue. It is few meters away from Greenwich Pizza. Continue Reading
My taste buds are not accustom to Asian food. There’s something distinct with Asian food that my tongue are not able to tolerate. But the adventurous part of me overpowers my own predicament, so I gave in. It is best to try it together with your good friends.
The place is very easy to find. Just few meters away from JY Square, Lahug going to Campo. Continue Reading
Mango Avenue is one of the liveliest places in Cebu City. It is known for its hideous traffic jam due to traffic lights ever single corner until you reach Gorordo Avenue. Not only that it is also the night life capital of the city where the tourists and young professionals converge every night to have some good booze and party. Not to mention the strips of clubs and bars intended for adult audiences adjacent to INC Church.
Aside from the bustling traffic, Mango Avenue remains to be a good spot for travelers due to its proximity to the Fuente Osmena Circle – the heart of Cebu City. Continue Reading
Fitness is not an elusive dream. For me it is my reality. Im not yet there but seeing great developments in my physique is more than enough to keep me going.
They say being fit is expensive and tiring. I couldn’t agree more. But achieving your desired physique is a real test of determination and self-will. Many grow frustrated if they see little improvement. What they failed to reckon that it is just the start of the real challenge. Continue Reading
We been planning for a little while to check this new restaurant in Lahug, Cebu City. But unfortunately, that plan was just a plan until last night, 22nd December 2014 when a good friend – Jessy wanted to try something new. It was indeed a good choice since the place is so proximate to my workplace.
Perhaps we were so lucky to celebrate Jessy’s birthday since there was one table left unoccupied. So we were ushered by one of their attendants to the 2nd floor. The place is great but somewhat crowded. Though most of the customers are from the upper class yet you can hear the your neighbors’ conversation. Continue Reading
This post is for those pasta lovers. I usually study some recipes and once I feel like it is doable for me, I would suddenly make my groceries list and proceeded to the nearest supermarket for the purchase. But here is the catch, more often than not, I would replace some ingredients to some alternative or nearest substitute, making my own creation with a bit of personal touch.
For those who wanted to know how to make Spicy tuna and mushroom penne pasta, please let me know and I would love to share my recipe.
Giuseppe, a name that I can’t get off my mind since I heard it from Anna last April 2012. Anna is one of my office mates whose palate for cuisine is beyond belief.
I am recently hooked on foodspotting – a mobile application that allows food junkies to post their greatest mouth-watering discoveries. My friend, John, wanted to explore some places which we haven’t been to. IT Park was so layman, hence, it wasn’t an option for that day. With my enthusiasm to experience Giuseppe, I told John about it. It took us a split of a second to decide. We then took a cab headed to the agreed rendezvous without actually knowing the exact location of Giuseppe.
Giuseppe is just easy to find. It is situated at the left side of Paseo Saturnino, Maria Luisa, just a few walk from The Spa at Cebu.
Been cooking for quiet sometime now. I think it is but the right time to post some of my creation. I read some cook book and introduce some twist when I recreate the menu.
The photo is my creation of fish sweet and sour with pineapple bits.
Hope you like it.
My mind floats like a cumulus clouds. I sit in a corner of my crib staring the curtains blankly. Different thoughts, good and otherwise, play with my brain. I know the my friend is about to visit me. Boredom kills. It almost kill me couple of years ago. I was on the verge of losing my sanity and my grip to the reality. Now, I don’t want that this beast will consume my being once more. It may be so powerful like a lion but it will became a domesticated pet if handled appropriately. Instead of giving in to its bosom, I stand up and walked out my door and grabbed my favorite mug. Pour some hot water and mix my instant coffee. Voila! I made my first move to fight boredom. Then I reached a stick of cigarette and lit it. Very unhealthy combination that can kill me in the long run. I am not a coffee lover nor a heavy smoker. Yet I resulted to this kind vice every time I am bored. After a few zip and puff of the dreaded stick, I began to regain my composure and thinking. Then I started scribbling down my thoughts. Well, I have to give credits to my boredom. If not because of it, I am not able to scribble a beautiful poem (to be published separately). It is not the situation that determine whether we will be productive or not. It is our reaction to the situation that justify that ends. Most of us are just too reactive to the situation that more often than not pave way to loss our focus and tend to do the least thing that we are expected to do.