Monday, February 21, 2011

Best Japanese Ramen in the Philippines!!!

We had lunch at Shinjuku Ramen House last week to try its famous ramen!  It is located at Hercules St cor. Makati Ave.

I was totally surprised to see the place jampacked with Japanese people! A good sign that the restaurant serves authentic Jap ramen!
We ordered Shoyu ramen (P 240) and Sapporo ramen (P 245).  Both were good choices!

Best-selling Shoyu Ramen

Shinjuku's best gyoza is really worth a try!  It matches perfectly with your order of ramen!
Shinjuku's Gyoza: 4 pcs (P 175)

Best Japanese ramen in the Philippines I must say!


Monday, February 7, 2011

Capricciosa Ristorante italiano!

Last week, I was really craving for pizza so I googled all the Italian restaurants in Makati.  I finally saw Capricciosa located at Greenbelt 3.  I suggested this place to my friends for dinner since its pizza list looks really appetizing!
The restaurant has a very soothing ambiance! It will make you enjoy your food more. Capricciosa pizza and seafood spaghetti are worth trying!
This is a house specialty.  Southern Italian Napoleon style pizza topped with salami, bacon, mushroom, and bell peppers
(P 485)

Fresh seafood, peeled shrimp, sliced squid, tuna, mussels and clams in special tomato sauce, served with sauteed garlic
(P 365)

Delicious food! It did serve my pizza craving!

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Yakimix Restaurant!

Hello, February! I finally got a new camera! Thanks to my sister. 

Last Friday, we went to Yakimix, Greenbelt for dinner.  I've been really intrigued about this P 580 worth buffet since they serve Japanese, Cantonese and Korean Cuisine.
The restaurant was jampacked! There was a long queue!  They do reservations but it has to be at least a week earlier.  Good thing is they give complimentary drinks to diners while they are waiting. 
After waiting and bugging the receptionist for almost 2 hours, we finally got a sit!
There were overwhelming choices that you would not know what to get first.

They also serve dessert and ice cream buffet.  And oh, they give candle-lighted cakes to birthday celebrants!
Eating ice cream was a good way to end the meal!

It surely was worth the wait!


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Kanin Club at Ayala Triangle

My sister has been hearing a lot about Kanin Club so she asked me to have lunch there before she head back to Singapore.  We ate at Ayala Triangle but there are two other branches: one at Ayala Technohub and the other one at Paseo de Sta. Rosa, Laguna (their first branch).

We ordered their very famous Crispy Dinuguan and Sinigang na Sinangag!  We also tried Kangkong Adobo on the side. 
Crispy Dinuguan (P 261)

Sinigang na Sinangag (P 224)

Kangkong Adobo (P 97)

The dishes are all good for twoHuge serving! We did not finish everything so we gave our take-outs to my condo's lobby guards for them to try as well!

I must say Kanin Club is one of the best Filipino restaurants in the country! Great Food.  Big Serving.  Reasonable Price.