Photo #278: October 5
Tonight, we sleep tight. Tomorrow, we… #UPFight! Haha #pilit. Thanks to captain Finn for the mug and this super yummy milk tea from Thailand! Excited to FACE the second round tomorrow! ❤️💚✊ #Atin82 #peyups #MaroonManiacs #FightingMaroons
Photo #125: May 5
Sundate at Goreng Goreng. On the table: Hainanese chicken, tofu chips, veggie fritters, fish curry, and milk tea.
Photo #352: December 18
Lipton’s 3-in-one milk tea is not as sweet as Nestea’s, so I like it, especially the vanilla creme!
Photo #140: May 20
Had a feast at The Dimsum Place after 3 weeks of not seeing each other! On the table: steamed chicken with mushrooms, asado rice bowl, hakaw (super siksik!!!), beef wanton noodle soup, salted egg tofu, and milk tea! Watched “Deadpool 2” at one of Fishermall’s VIP cinemas after. A Sundate well-spent.
Photo #11: January 11
Can somebody tell me if I can buy this anywhere in Manila??? AHHHH SO GOOD!!! Thank you, Ernest! If anyone’s going to Thailand, buy this as pasalubong!!! Way better than Nestea’s! =p
Photo #345: December 11
Waaaa I’ve long heard about EAT FRESH Hong Kong Famous Street Foodfrom my Fil-Chinese friends, so I was thrilled to know that they now have a branch in MARIKINA!!! Everything we ordered was delicious! On the table: laksa, buttered chicken, siomai, snow shrimp, isaw, and nai cha! Find them along General Ordonez St. – near OLOPSC!
Photo #338: December 4
Finally tried these, and my ranking: Hokkaido, Wintermelon, Thai. The last two are too sweet, but the first one’s just right. 🙂
Photo #33: February 2
One of the things I like about grocery shopping is finding new items – “new” in the sense that it’s my first time to see them (although sometimes, they are, indeed, new products in the market). These are some of my latest finds: Tea Matchi from Oishi. Naturally, I enjoyed the matcha flavor more, not because it’s matcha, but because it’s less sweet than the premium variant. I bought them at SM Masinag for P20.50 each.