a little bit about travel, a little bit about food, a lot of everything in between; as seen, tasted and experienced by different points of view..

chinese

May Flower

May Flower

if you are craving for dim sum, this is a good place to go. they have those push-carts carrying a variety of dishes from steamed dumpling, fried food, and desserts. one can also order from their menu. we didn’t order much since we were just […]

Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui

Located on the second floor of Ayala Terraces and right in the middle of Mooon Cafe and Hukad, Tsim Sha Tsui is a comfy and well lit dimsum place that offer an assortment of several dishes from dimsum to noodles. For this particular visit, we […]

Yugo

Yugo

Advertised as one of the earliest smokeless grills in town, Yugo is a fairly new restaurant that boast its assortment of dishes from three neighboring cuisines, namely Korean, Japanese and Chinese cuisines. The assortment is astounding, and the choice combinations are almost near infinite..The place […]

Chopsticks

Chopsticks

Located a few steps away from the main entrance of the JP Morgan building, this casual dining restaurant offers the relaxing ambiance of Filipino dining while maintaining its traditional Chinese feel. We arrived here a few minutes past 5:30 and were seated comfortably to one […]

Super Buffet

Super Buffet

i filled my first plate with salmon, tuna, white fish sashimi, mix of maki rolls, ebi sushi, and seaweeds wrapped in tamago wrap. my first plate started well. my second plate was filled with clams with salted beans that lacked seasoning, fried shrimp that was […]

Big Mao

Big Mao

Big Mao After deciding between Chinese food and Thai, we finally chose something that we haven’t eaten from before. Big Mao has been in Ayala terraces for as long as I remember, though we were practically avoiding it like a plague since there were other […]

Taste of Mandarin

Taste of Mandarin

Planning to grab a bite to eat before heading to the bowling alley, my family decided to celebrate my graduation this May by eating out in a fancy Chinese restaurant. The restaurant, dubbed “A Taste of Mandarin”, has spacious room for groups with an authentic […]

Harbour City

Harbour City

one of the food i missed is steamed rice so when i went home for vacation, i had to stop by this restaurant. my friend and i also ordered siopao, empress roll siomai, chicken feet, quail’s egg siomai and crab pincher. all the food we […]

Joy Yee’s Noodles

Joy Yee’s Noodles

we celebrated valentine’s day by feasting at “joy yee’s noodles.” it’s a pan-asian cuisine. it serves korean, thai and chinese food. we did not order noodles there though. we ordered the soft-shell crab, korean barbeque spareribs and shrimp with walnuts. the soft-shell crab is very […]

Phoenix

Phoenix

we celebrated a friend’s birthday at “phoenix” located in chinatown. the waiting line was long. we waited for probably 30 minutes to get a table. after getting a table, we waited for servers to come by with the food carts. we ordered pork siapao, taro […]

Savory

Savory

After a not so delicious meal at The Port, my mom suggested that we eat at Savory for dinner for her to let us sample one of the old restaurant feel from th 50’s. The restaurant, known for its special fried chicken, Lomi and Pancit, […]

T&T

T&T

For quick and cheap Chinese eats, T&T Supermarket offers a wide selection of hot and cold dishes for people on the go. I was craving for dim sum so I went ahead and ordered the shrimp dumplings and the pork siomai. The dumpling wrapper was […]