It's hard to fit 3 days worth of Milan-goodness in one blog entry, and even more difficult to narrate everything we did. I'm not in the mood to make a long entry anyway so I guess the photos will have to do. Will try to make a more detailed article on my next travel post. Here's the top 3 sights we visited:
Da.u.de (pronounced as da-you-deh): traditional wellness for modern lifestyles. First time I've encountered a legit tea place in Manila. Their menu includes a wide range of tea infused dishes and drinks, very interesting indeed. When my friend told me about this I just had to give it a try.
My newest entry after being idle for 10 days: Two of the best Filipino restos are located at the Fort: Cafe Juanita and Bistro Filipino. I've heard of Chef Laudico before so I was ecstatic when I heard he opened a restaurant in Fort Bonifacio. The Bistro Filipino is an unconventional restaurant that recreates traditional home-cooked Filipino food, turning them into world class dishes!
The main dish was the highlight of the night. A 200g Wagyu Prime Cut Steak with a special sauce and sweet potato croquette. Just reading about it from the menu made me crave.
What can I say about this Burger heaven in Maginhawa? The first time my friends took me there I immediately loved it! I'm usually not the one who'd crave for burgers but theirs would be an exception. Customized burger was a great theme, wherein you'll be able to adjust the add-ons, buns, meat and sauce according to your preference. They also have the tofu and vegetarian burger for those prefer to eat healthy.
My friend and I had late lunch at Yabu: House of Katsu last Monday. Despite arriving there around 2pm, the place was still full. The restaurant was a lot smaller the last time I've been there but I remember making reservations earlier just to avoid the line. No wonder they had to extend by almost double its size. We were fifth in line but we didn't have to wait long to be seated.