2020 Project 366, Day 181: Grilling at Home

Photo #181: June 29

Celebrating our brother’s birthday at home! Only the salt, pepper, and veggies were bought from a supermarket; everything else was purchased from small businesses! ❤️💯

Pork, beef, and cheese from my cousin (she also sells other samgyup goods/supplies) avocado lemon & Nutella cakes from a high school batchmate (Butter & Cans), chili garlic from UP/RareJob friends, kimchi from Tita Adah’s Homemade Eats, and the grill from a fellow tutor. Not all of them have pages, but let me know if you’re interested so I can connect you guys!  #supportsmallbusinesses






2018 Project 365, Day 203: All4U SM City Masinag

Photo #203: July 22

Pre-anniversary lunch! 

Ahhhhhh we love ALL4U SM City Masinag already!!! Unlimited everything including SHRIMPS!!! AHHHHH SOLD!!! Believe it or not, Leo and I didn’t eat rice anymore since we wanted to eat more meat and veggies! P599 includes pork, chicken, beef, sides, noodles (1 pack), soup (5 variants), iced tea, and Melona ice cream! For our soup, we tried organic shabu-shabu (veggies) and fish cake – both were yummy! I took home the pack of noodles since we wanted to eat more beef and shrimps! Great service as well – the waiters were quick to refill everything even without us asking to! Can’t wait to bring my friends and family here!!!IMG_4536


Project 365, Day 154: Happy Birthday, Leo!

Photo #154: June 3

Belated birthday celeb of the boyfriend at Mi Dai Korean Restaurant! Since he had a 21-km run in the morning, he ate a lot!!! 



2018 Project 365, Day 118: Mi Dai Korean Restaurant

Photo #118: April 28

2 years ago, Mi Dai Korean Restaurant opened along Rainbow Street. After a few months, they transfered to Lilac Street, in front of the Rancho 1 gate. However, due to unexpected circumstances, they had to close again. They finally reopened last week at #19 Lilac – near Forget Me Not Cafe. They now offer an unlimited buffet aside from their usual samgyupsal!



2018 Project 365, Day 98: Gui Gui Korean Grill Lilac Street

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.




2017 Project 365, Day 181: Samgyupsal Face!

Photo #181: June 30

I take my samgyupsal seriously. =p Didn’t notice how rosy my cheeks were until Leo told me so hihi! So that’s what 3 days of complete sleep can do! I also noticed that my eye bags were significantly less pronounced. However, such nice facial skin is only short-lived as tomorrow’s a new month, which means I’ll be waking up early and sleeping late for at least 3 weeks. Push! But of course, I won’t forget to eat well! ^^



2016 Project 365, Day 331: RareJob Materials Team

Photo #331: November 26

In the future, if ever I decide to be a RareJob Philippines, Inc. employee, I will want to apply for the Materials Team because most of the work-related e-mails I send concern them. Glad to have found a few friends from the team as well. Thank you for visiting Marikina again, guys! Next time, let’s invite you-know-who. Lols =p word of the day: CHUNKY! 😀