Food: Ryu Ramen & Curry

And because it’s been a while since we’ve been out in the city, just us two. And because my supposed dinner with my highschool friends got canceled, we just decided to go out on a date – just us two – after church. I don’t know if I should share this here tho, but yesterday at church, something different happened. Good different, definitely.

We attended service at Katipunan, we were supposed to have dinner at Casa Verde but daaaaaamn, the queue is way too long! The weather was really chilly + rainy last night, I thought it was a good idea to have ramen. We both haven’t tried Ryu Ramen & Curry so we decided to give it a go!

Can’t decide?


Chicken and Shrimp Gyoza (Pan Fried – Php 130)
J ordered Tantanmen (Php 310).
And I ordered Little Ryu Ramen (Php 270)

All in all, everything was good, especially for the price. Tho, I realized after last night’s meal that I can’t really finish a bowl of ramen on my own, and I should’ve gotten curry instead cause the Tantanamen Ramen tasted really good, albeit too spicy for my liking. After dinner, we decided to head to Cafe Shibuya for dessert and coffee, I really wanted to try their Molten Cakes as I haven’t found anything that’s at par with Pepper Lunch‘s.

J on a food coma. Hahahaha!
J waiting intently for our Original Shibuya Blend French press (Php 95) to be ready. Hahahaha! #cutie
Original dark chocolate molten chocolate (Php 165).

Eh, I don’t know how I feel about the molten cake since it was kind of dry for me, I prefer a very moist and oozing molten cake as opposed to this which is a tad dry and a little gooey. Anywayyy, I hope you enjoyed this entry. And I will talk to you guys soon~ 🙂 -M

Food: Ryu Ramen & Curry

Food: Hungry Panda

So last night, J, me and the boys went out for dinner. We were planning to go to Kowloon in Don Antonio, but J wanted some rice too. While cruising along Don Antonio, we found Hungry Panda. The owner said they’ve been in operation for 3 months now, and yes, we met the owners who were all so friendly and very accommodating, he even took our order since it was kind of a busy night.


I forgot the name of this one, it’s very sulit, very yummy and as you can see, ang dami niya, ok?! It’s one of their best sellers!

Tho, the photos cannot justify how good it tastes! Everything plus two Yang Chao Fried rice (good for sharing) was about Php1,100+. Not bad, right? I think the boys went to a food coma after dinner. I was sooo full din, and really sleepy after. Hahaha!


Food: Hungry Panda

IMG_20140812_084456_FotorSitting right along Maginhawa St., corner Mapagkumbaba St. in Sikatuna, Quezon City, Breakfast Bin is a little cozy breakfast place that’s open 6am-12nn and 6PM-12MN. 

Affordable (prices do not exceed 200Php per dish if I’m not mistaken), delicious and good customer service is what made J and me go here, two days in a row after discovering it. The downside tho is it has very little selection of food.

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