You are here: Home » Tag Archives: Quezon City

Tag Archives: Quezon City

Why You Should Visit Nomama Ramen


o, not for their ramen.  I know it’s called “Nomama Artisanal RAMEN,” but I give them more credit than stating the obvious.  Sure, I also tried them little bowls of goodness, but it’s the other stuff that makes the place special. Nomama is one of the first restaurants to promote local and organic ingredients and free-range poultry and pork.  They ... Read More »

Is It Better Over at Shanghai Hand-Pulled Noodles?


love noodles.  I’m not sure if it’s just the Chinese in me or if it’s the simplicity of it, but I’m guessing it’s a bit of both.  This is precisely why Kanzhu‘s become one of my go-to places whenever I work late, whenever I having nothing to eat at home, or when I just need a quickie.  That’s what she ... Read More »

There’s Always A Line at Rub BBQ and Ribs


‘ve never been to Rub without having to wait in line for about 20 minutes.  Sure, the place isn’t as big, but so are other places with more empty seats than the waiting chairs outside Rub.   So why do I think this place is so popular?  IMHO, it’s one of the best- (if not the best) valued rib place in ... Read More »

The Old Oven Art Cafe


SDA Prime.  Ribeye.  600 bucks.  Do you really need any other reason to visit this place?  Old Oven Art has been getting some publicity over the past few month and apparently, this little shop along White Plains is said to serve a mean cheese steak as well.  And what deranged bastard does not like a fucking cheese steak? Things started ... Read More »

Healthy and Good Burgers


henever anyone brands anything as “healthy AND good,” you typically get 1 out of 2.  At most — and it’s rarely the “good” part.  So I was pleasantly surprised when I actually found the burgers at Good Burgers to be pretty  fucking awesome.  The way Good Burgers does it is by using chicken and veggie patties.  Suffice to say, there ... Read More »

Red Buffalo Wings and Pizza


have to admit that I don’t remember a lot about Red Buffalo.  It doesn’t necessarily mean it wasn’t good.  It probably has to do more with my terrible memory and the fact that this has taken so long ago.  What I do remember is exactly the date of my visit: April 29, 2012.  When this happened: So yeah, I dreaded ... Read More »

Cafe Sweet Inspirations: Awesome Mongolian Joint


ne of the places I loved to try (but never did) was Cafe Sweet Inspirations — right across that school with the blue rooster.  Why you say?  Let’s just say the 180-peso price tag was a wee bit too much for me.  I absolutely love my Mongolian rice bowl and the better alternative then was a place called Kublai’s, which ... Read More »

JT’s Manukan: The Best Inasal in Manila

Test 4

’m not a big fan of the Inasal Craze in Manila.  It started a while back and I’ve never understood what made it so good.  It seems simple enough.  If you try and Google “Chicken Inasal,” it’s supposed to be this blend of ingredients that should make one hell of a grilled chicken. But leave it up to the fast ... Read More »

Jang Gun: Crappy Korean Food Along Libis


hile I’m a big fan of BBQ’ing and grilling, Korean food is surprisingly unappealing to me.  I’m not exactly sure why that is.  My best guess is that Korea was my childhood worst-ever trip.  It was filled with Koreanovela shooting locations (which I never watched or even knew about) and steamed vegetables.  Worst. Trip. Ever.  It’s either that or the ... Read More »

Kim Po Teahouse: Sparerib Rice Galore


f you attended my old high school , one tradition (for lack of a better term) is really to have walked from the school all the way to Greenhills Shopping Center, when it was still called Virra Mall.  It was about a 2km. walk and the best place to chow then was Le Ching.  More specifically, sparerib rice.  Even today, ... Read More »

Scroll To Top