Photo #98: April 8
My sister is a picky eater and rarely goes to buffets. However, she has a soft spot for Korean barbecue restaurants, so when she told me that she wanted to try Gui Gui Korean Grill along Lilac Street, who am I to refuse? Her target was to grill around 10 plates of beef, and we almost did: 8 plates, plus 1 plate of pork. All of us also enjoyed the buffet spread, particularly the shredded potatoes, pandan jelly, fried chicken, kimchi, and spicy fish cake. They no longer have an opening promo, so we paid P449 each, which we believe is still a good deal.
Photo #81: March 22
My reward for all the adulting stuff I did today: garlic with adobo ahaha 😀 oh maaaan, an oldie but always a goodie! #keysieats
Photo #79: March 20
Did you know that March 20 is also the International Day of Happiness? And that’s exactly what I felt today! I taught 4 students in the morning, successfully had my tax status changed (yey, no more monthly business tax), tried out a new restaurant with my best friends, and enjoyed our monthly nail pampering session. Moreover I will still teach some of my student gems tonight. Lastly, another reason for me to be happy is that I am blessed to have another birthday! Thank you for all the greetings!
Photo #6: January 6
Introducing the endorsers of Mandi’s Grill Grub‘s future dessert offering! Hahahaha! Maaaaaan, I really love Mandi’s because they bring friends together, plus they have really good food!!! ❤
Photo #358: December 24
Third consecutive year of having Christmas eve lunch at our happy place:Mandi’s Grill Grub! On the table: salted egg seafood & corn, crispy kare-kare, and mussels with béchamel sauce. Good food all year round, thanks to our MGG family! ❤
Photo #351: December 17
Tried Yellow Lantern Cafe along Lilac St., and maaaaan, our orders were filling and quite delectable! On the table: crispy binagoongan and “umaapaw in paellera.” Delicious and worth the prices!!! Definitely going back with my besties!!! ❤