Posts Tagged ‘restaurants’


Cafe Breton is known for their vast selection of crepes – sweet and savory alike. After a yummy Japanese dinner with friends, we wanted something sweet to cap the night off. Cafe Breton was the least crowded place in the area, so we secured ourselves a table on the second floor of their Podium branch.


Timmy’s choice was Fantastic Pinay – mango, nutella, chocolate sauce and whipped cream. It looked prettier than it tasted, LOL. 


Vlad opted for the Tarzan – banana and condensed milk and added a scoop of coffee ice cream on top. The condensed milk was too sweet for me; good thing the coffee ice cream provided a bittersweet distraction.


Rio had Adam and Eve stewed apples with cinnamon and vanilla ice cream. We actually didn’t realize it was vanilla ice cream until we read the menu again. The cinnamon just overpowered everything. But it was still good. 


Mine was a customized one. It had banana and peanut butter, topped with a scoop of chocolate ice cream. It was the best! Of course, I’m biased. LOL. Anything with peanut butter is a winner for me. 

Everything was good and I’m actually excited to go back and try their savory crepes this time. I heard their galettes are good too. Hmmmmm…


I never really liked Greenwich. If I were to choose from a dozen or so fastfood chains, Greenwich would probably be my last pick. Not that their food is grossly unpalatable. It’s just too darn forgettable. For me, there is nothing special from this place.

But I still try it out from time to time, just in case I might change my opinion on their food. But alas! Up to this day, I am not impressed by the quality nor quantity of their food. But if you’re looking for a cheap yet filling Italian-ish meal, they might just do. This one particular time, we availed of their group meal which had three servings of lasagna, a Hawaiian pizza and three glasses of beverage of your choice – all for just P399. A good enough deal, yes?


Earlier, after a very sumptuous lunch at Friday’s to celebrate a birthday, we dropped by Jamba Juice to pick up some healthy drinks. Jamba Juice offers a lot of healthy drinks and treats – from freshly squeezed fruit juices to sandwich wraps. We chose from their blended fruit selection and we took sips from each other’s drinks. Haha! 🙂 Everything tasted deliciously fruity. I would definitely give them another visit whenever I crave for a healthy drink.

Also, we availed of their giant photobooth, for posterity’s sake. LOL. 



Happy Birthday, Allan! 🙂




An eternity ago, we spent a Friday night pigging out on delicious Chinese food at Lutong Macau Restaurant. My favorite was the Bird’s Nest Soup – it seemed too legit bird’s nest, I think I even crunched on some egg shells. LOL.


Lutong Macau has branches in Lupiter St. (Makati) and SM Megamall.


Just a couple of old photos from my last food trip to Banapple with friends.

Banapple’s food is an instant pick-me-upper. Not to mention they have large servings for a very reasonable price. Andtheir stores are too cute and homey!

I love their pastas too – I usually cannot finish my plate by myself. I have yet to taste their savory pies and sandwiches but the odds of them not being good is pretty slim. So looking forward to my next Banapple visit.

Banapple has branches in Tomas Morato, Ayala Triangle Gardens, Greenhills and Katipunan.