Puzzles (Board Game Lounge)

It is one of those weeks of the month where in we just want to spend money just to redeem our dreadful souls from the accumulated stress clogged in our veins.

It is one of those weeks where we just wanted to take a time out from the reality and c’est la vie!

LOL how I wish! Honestly, I was just having a really hard time studying at home that’s why I decided to meet up with Pammy in BGC, and do our school works together. I don’t know why, but usually, when I do my school works outside our house I always get things done faster.

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Puzzles is a restaurant that will make your ‘catching up’ time with your barkada more fun because they offer a vast collection of board games that you may unlimitedly choose from for only Php100. Plus, they are also a member of Booky Prime Restaurants that’s why they can offer up to Php500 worth of discount!


Personally, I am not fond of board games. As far as I remember Snakes & Ladders and Millionaires are the only board games I have played since I was young. But I think, if we were not busy when we ate here, we might have spent the whole day getting all giddy with all the board games, changing games after one game and learning as many board games as possible.


The Puzzles is also a two-storey building with high ceilings. But as much as I would like to talk about how the second floor looks like, when we asked if we can occupy the 2nd floor, the cashier said that they had to fill the 1st floor first before they allow its occupancy.

And also the menu written in the blackboard is not their entire menu those are just the “manager’s choice” or their “recommended” and they really have a printed menu.

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Beer-battered Chicken fingers with honey mustard dip, Baked Chicken Parmigiana, and Oreo Afraid of the Dark.

Before we started studying for our final exam in Discourse Analysis, we had late lunch first. We ordered Beer-battered Chicken fingers with honey mustard dip (Php370) which are soft chicken breast strips which are cooked tenderly you may eat it by itself or you may dip it to add more tangy taste.

We also ordered Baked Chicken Parmigiana (Php290) because I am a pasta lover and the way I rate a restaurant often depends on this. Yes, the pasta tasted well, but it has the tendency that when it gets a little more exposed to air, the pasta absorbs the oil making it stick together and become dry. But nevertheless, the flavor sat well in the pasta.

For our dessert, we had Oreo Afraid of the Dark (Php150) which is a wicked oreo (oreo inside a pancake) topped with vanilla ice cream with chocolate sprinkles. And we actually got two of this because we also answered the feedback in the Booky app, and even though it’s so sweet– of course, who says no to dessert, right?

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Pammy and I

In the Philippines, there are already a lot of restaurants that combined gaming and food. Maybe it’s their way of marketing to male clients or maybe just to put a twist, but usually when they do this it’s either their food will not taste good or the games are limited.

But for Puzzles, they were able to make sure to prioritize the food. All the dishes that we ordered really tasted really well! In fact, the prices are reasonable for their quality.

So there you have it! If you want to visit a quality restaurant with board games available, go to Puzzles! You can find it at Ground Floor, Fort Pointe 2 Building, The Fort Strip, 28th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. Hope to hear your experience!


Marcia Adam’s

Marcia Adams has been a go-to place in Tagaytay especially for celebrities because of its ambiance being Instagram-worthy in every angle, and of course, how it’s clandestinely located in Tagaytay.

So when my eldest sister, Ate Marjoe, who lives in Singapore went back to visit the Philippines, the siblings decided to go to Tagaytay. And, it was my elder sister, Ate Judah, who recommended this place because of its popularity among the ~*upper-class*~ netizens of Instagram (if you know what I mean). Hehehe

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With the cold wind of Tagaytay mixed with the garden picturesque of the restaurant, anyone will definitely be convinced that they are in another country. It was so beautiful that I can’t keep myself from taking a lot of pictures!

However, I have noticed how the leaves and the trees looked like they are clamped together because of how large and numerous they are, thus making the narrow and inclined trails look like a pathway where frogs would suddenly hop or as if there are a lot of mosquitoes waiting to suck your blood.

But I guarantee you all that there were no incidents like that.

It is not your typical restaurant, it’s like a compound composed of bungalow houses with a restaurant interior. As you can see in the pictures above every bungalow has a different ambiance, in fact, there is this even a place that gave that romantic year 1611 vibes! With its dim lights and walls… I don’t know if I’m a sucker for romantic places but if I’d have a date with my ~*oppa wookie*~, we’d definitely have it here.

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However, since I am only dining with my siblings we chose the more open area where an immense amount of natural light comes in as the wind kisses our skin. On top of that, the color of the chairs, glasses, vases are so vibrant, and they have a lot of flowers as well– the interior just complement each other even if there are different colors in the picture. So Instagram-worthy! I want to copy the interior for my own apartment someday!

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Plus they also have this view, which gives me that Korean drama, “Descendants of the Sun” feels when they (the real life #SongSong couples) had dinner in Greece.

So now we’re moving to the dishes.

At a glance, the menu might look expensive but if you would order a main course, the appetizer and the dessert are already included so it’s still not bank breaking. Besides, the servings are similar to fine dining restaurants so basically the price range is quite acceptable.

Although honestly, with the hype, the ambiance of the place, and the cuisine that they offered I think their dishes are 3.5/5.

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Hummus with Whole Wheat Tortilla

For our appetizers, first, we had Hummus with Whole Wheat Tortilla which is free if you order a main course.

Since I tasted an authentic Hummus in Singapore last December, I became fond of it that when we once had breakfast in Microtel, in Manila and I saw Hummus, I quickly put one on a saucer and get lots of bread. Unfortunately, upon tasting it I pushed my plate away because I know it’s not the same authentic Hummus that I had.

So when I saw this on the menu, I didn’t think twice but to give it another chance. After all, Marcia Adam’s offers a Mediterranean cuisine so I had high expectation on their Hummus– and yes they didn’t disappoint. The bread was well-baked, it wasn’t chewy, and I was no longer just dipping the bread in the Hummus I was s c o o p i n g it. #NoRegrets


Amalfi Prawns

Another appetizer that we ordered was the Amalfi Prawns (Php225). It wasn’t free with the main course, and for me it was unsatisfying because it was cooked deliciously but the price and the quantity is not enough.

FullSizeRender-6Then for our salad, we had Prawns, Mushroom, and Arugula Salad (Php395). 

Mind you I was never a salad person. Whenever I eat salad I would always squeeze a lot of dressing just so the leaves-eating would be bearable. But for this, there wasn’t a hundred island dressing, just olive oil. So what I did was I only ate the ones on the top because there is a lot of oil and I even wiped the oil on the plate with the leaves.

(Lesson learned: don’t order salad on your first date if you’re not a salad person, don’t even try to pretend to impress hahaha lol)


Corsican Beef Stew

For our main dish, we ordered Corsican Beef Stew (Php855), which is basically like your Kaldereta.


And another main dish, Spanish Chicken Caserole (Php755).


Carbonara Special

Then we also ordered Carbonara Special (Php765) because my family is a pasta lover, in fact, most of the time we judge a restaurant based on their Carbonara. We have already tasted different Carbonara from the budget friendly ones, to the expensive one. This carbonara is of course part of the expensive one, although its taste is so-so.


Carbonara Special (Mussel)

We also tried the Carbonara Special (Mussel). I can’t remember how much this costs, but if I’m not mistaken it’s just the same with the Carbonara Special that was all meat, it’s just that we were offered if we like mussels instead of the meat.

This is not my favorite because I’m used to having Tuna Carbonara (if we are going to use seafood on our carbonara) but never mussels. So when I tasted it, the mussel was overpowering and fyi we are going to travel back to Manila and if I am going to insist on eating this one, I might upset my stomach and you know what will happen next.


Grilled Orange with Vanilla Ice Cream


For the dessert, we ordered Grilled Orange with Vanilla Ice Cream (included in the main course as well), because we were curious about the grilling of the orange. But that’s it. Nothing special, just orange and Ice Cream. I can even do this at home.

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Panna Cotta with Lemon Sauce


Then Panna Cotta with Lemon Sauce which is also included in the main course.

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Fried Banana with Chocolate Dip


And Fried Banana with Chocolate dip, this actually tasted like banana cue and the dip is like Nutella.


Banana Split with Chocolate Ice Cream


Then for the Banana Split with Chocolate Ice Cream, it’s just a Banana, with Chocolate Sauce and a Chocolate Ice Cream.

So there you have it! If you want to visit a Mediterranean restaurant in a private uncrowded place in Tagaytay, go to Marcia Adam’s! You can find it at J. Rizal Street, Baranggay Sicat, Alfonso, Tagaytay City . Hope to hear your experience!


Slappy Cakes

It is one of those days where my BFFs, Pammy & Krizia, and I, want to merge being productive in school and having quality time with each other. My professors have been pretty much being demanding, thus the piling up of works encourages us to procrastinate more!

So when our class ended, we went to the location where Krizia will be doing her self-portrait for our Humanities class. We helped her set up and even suggested alternative angles. Then after that, we went to Taguig because we are going to film Pammy for her self-portrait– which she hasn’t even made plans of.

To cut the story short, Krizia was the only one who finished her self-portrait, and Pammy wasn’t able to do hers. Then, since we don’t want to waste our time and effort, we decided to have dinner at Slappy Cakes. 

Actually, Slappy Cakes wasn’t our first choice since I always want Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese, or Italian cuisine, and besides, we are not like Westerners who would think about eating Pancakes for dinner. (I mean, do they?) Asians prefer rice or pasta for dinner!

But we ended up here. Upon entering, the ambiance of the restaurant gave that 90’s diners vibes with its tiled-like brick walls and the styles of the tables and chairs.

Also what encouraged us to dine here is the fact that we are going to make our own pancakes! Isn’t it amazing? I mean, I don’t really like cooking– in general– and I’d prefer to just be the one eating. But when it’s in a restaurant and you get to cook your own food on your table, I admit, I like grabbing the utensils and start pretending I am in an episode of Master Chef Asia!


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The one we ordered was the group meal that was good for 3. If my memory serves me right, the rice is not inclusive with the bucket (or basket) of chicken. That’s why I decided to have a garlic rice– although I think it lacks garlic or I just love garlic that I want a lot?

I forgot how much it costs, but pro-tip always prefer group meals because it’s cheaper.


Then we also had pancakes. Our batter was Buttermilk (Php225), our fixins was Chocolate Chips (Php45), and our topping was Chocolate Sauce (Php60). Yay! Diabetes!

PS. I chose this photo because the finished products were not that photogenic– if you know what I mean.

DSC00081We were already full with the meals that we ordered, but since we booked Php300 off from Booky and we are a hundred short from the Php1000 requirement. We decided to order, Affogato (Php120). Mind you, it’s so sweet. If you are depressed, and in need of sweet food– this is specially made for you.

Mind you, it’s so sweet. If you are depressed, and in need of sweet food– this is specially made for you.

If you are depressed, and in need of sweet food– this is specially made for you.

–this is specially made for you.

DSC00082One of the perks of Booky is that they also give you a free dessert just by answering the feedback form. So to all blogging enthusiasts out there, make sure to download the Booky app so that you can have Php1000 consumable credit to different Booky Prime restaurants.

So there you have it! If you want to visit a restaurant that allows you to cook the pancake on your table, go to Slappy Cakes! You can find it at the Lower Ground Floor, SM Aura Premier, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City . Hope to hear your experience!


Kokoro Ramenya + Hosting Event

My 2017 didn’t start smoothly, I kept on going against the current, thus, I end up waking up blearily, spending a couple of minutes staring at the ceiling to just sigh and guarantee myself that this day is going to end soon.

But thanks to Artist League Manila for giving me avenues to pour my energies into. So one of the first hosting events they gave me is a kid’s fashion show at Fishermall. It was my first time hosting outside my school, not to mention that the event is also considered informal– thus needing more effort in inserting adlibs. But I’m not that worried because I wasn’t hosting alone!

It was a Friday and my class ended at 12nn. So my BFFs, Pammy and Krizia, went with me to Fishermall and we ate at Kokoro Ramenya. I don’t remember our craving for Japanese cuisine because technically it’s just me who likes Ramen the most among the 3 of us and since they are very understanding and they were comforting me… We went for my preference.


I ordered the Hakata Classic (Php275) not only because this is one of the recommended ramens, but because I also wanted to try other variants of ramen. They were able to cook the egg just how I liked it, the pork was tender, and there were also shrimp, squid, and vegetables to complete my diet. However, I was quite surprised with how this tasted because it is way too far from the Ramen I usually eat. I am not saying that it didn’t taste well, but the taste of the soup seemed like it’s a soup from a Chinese restaurant, and it’s not in the category of Ramens.

This is an eye opener that I should avoid trying new food– especially if I’m the one paying it. lol kidding 


The last 3 dishes balanced the mistake I made with choosing the ramen. Although there is nothing special about the way they cooked The Chicken Teriyaki (Php195), I think it is just similar to how the usual Chicken Teriyakis tasted.  


Same thing with the Katsudon (Php145), it also tasted the same with the usual Katsudons served in Tokyo Tokyo or Yoshinoya. However, I have noticed that they seemed to have a larger serving and that there are a lot of eggs! So why not!

We also had the Gyoza (Php155), although I wasn’t able to take a solo picture of it. Some parts of the Gyoza was harder than the other parts, which I think is because of the inconsistency when they cooked it. Some parts felt like fried, some felt like steamed.


But overall, it was a good restaurant and here is a picture of us while we were waiting for our orders.

This day is one of my memorable days because I had a roller coaster of emotions the whole day but I was still able to get myself in front of a lot of people, pretended everything was fine and laughed with their jokes. I know I was also going to be reprimanded because I told them I’d be home by 9 pm, but I actually went home at 1 am.

But I think God understood my pain that day so I just had fun that night and I wasn’t reprimanded when I went home.

So there you have it! If you want to visit a Ramen restaurant in Fishermall, go to Kokoro Ramenya! You can find it at the Upper Ground Floor, Fisher Mall, Quezon Avenue, Del Monte, Quezon City . Hope to hear your experience!


Royal London Duck

It is seldom to find restaurants in the Philippines that serve duck. However, in Singapore, you’ll find it everywhere. You’ll find it in those fancy Chinese restaurants or those in the hawkers– although, honestly, I find Hawker foods more authentic than those from the commercialized and overpriced restaurants. hmpft

So today, we went to the Mandarin Gallery at Orchard. 


Aside from the advertisement stand found near the elevator, this view will actually entice you to dine in their restaurant. As much as, it was quite uncomfortable how the brownish-colored duck and yellowish-colored chicken were hooked that way, but, it actually succeeded in catching our attention.


Splendor is flashing inside the restaurant, with its red colored chairs– which is very Chinese marketing strategy– and the interior of the restaurant. The restaurant is also not a confined type of establishment, like a usual restaurant space enclosed by its four sides and then a double door in the middle of one side. Here, they actually have 2 sides that they opened and they only have a balcony-type of a divider from the outside of its restaurant.

So basically, the air of the entire mall circulates with their own air. And in my opinion, that is like saving electrical energy and it’s more comfortable because the sight not suffocating.


Royal London Duck

Of course, we ordered Half Royal London Duck (SGD25) because, basically, that’s what we came for. The duck wasn’t chewy, the skin was in the middle of being crispy and being hard, and the sauce was fantastic with the white rice. It was definitely cooked well!

Although I must say that diners should really be careful when feeding elders or toddlers because there are some small duck bones you will only discover once you’re eating them already.

Then I also ordered this one, because a Beef Brisket Noodle Dry (SGD8.80) is a must in every Chinese dining. I love how tender the beef was, however, I’d prefer if they would not serve me the fatty part of the brisket next time. I just want the meat itself, please.

We also ordered the RLD Black Pepper Bun (SGD5.80), which was like a pork steamed bun, minus the fact that it’s not really steamed because the buns are like the ones from Tim Ho Wan, which I think is a baked one, and also it’s not pork, it’s a duck.

We ordered Congee because we have a very picky toddler and who panics everytime the food is not color white. (Yay I miss baby Noelle!!) And of course, Royal London Duck Xiao Long Bao (SGD5.20) though, I think the wrap was thicker and it’s less watery (I mean the soup inside it) but overall it still tasted like the usual Xia Long Bao that I tasted.


For our dessert, we had Snow Lady (SGD4). It’s like a whip-cream-icing combination and small Mango cubes wrapped in Mochi skin. This is my first time tasting a Snow Lady, and even though I read one review that it seemed like it’s below their expectation. I’d set this as my standard, and let’s see how it goes.

So there you have it! If you want to visit a restaurant that serves just the right duck for your craving, Go to Royal London Duck! You can find it at 333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery #04-21/22/23, Singapore 238897. Hope to hear your experience!


Derwish Turkish Restaurant

Singapore, as many people know, is a multicultural country that is home to Malaysian, Chinese, British, Australians, Indians, Americans, Asians and other European descents. When we speak of culture this will include language, religion, cuisine, norms, music, and arts. So basically, we can infer that the culture of the people living in the country has been promulgated to every corner of the country.

That’s why, when I went here for vacation, my sister and I pledged that we will be trying different kinds of cuisines because most of the restaurants prioritize the authenticity of their dish– although for sure, it’s going to be pricey~


For tonight’s restaurant, we went to Derwish Turkish Restaurant for dinner. It is located at the busy street of Arab, which is dominated by European and Middle Eastern cuisines. Among the lavishly designed restaurants that we passed by, it was this restaurant that captured our attention– since the one who was offering us to check the menu was a Filipino. (#Bias #patriotism #kidding) He greeted us in Filipino, “Magandang Gabi” (Good Evening) and then he started talking about trying their dishes. Though he is not a pushy kind of server, he was in fact very calm when he was pointing at the overwhelming varieties of dishes, but later we just found ourselves saying, “Okay, table for 2 please.”

The restaurant is elevated, with an almost-3-steps stairs leading to the main door. They have tables located outside the restaurant, but we preferred the ones inside because the grandiosity of the interior was pleasing me. Besides it was warm outside since it has been unpredictably downpouring and sun burning. I almost believe a Goblin was on PMS. Kidding.

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When we entered I found myself in awe with the flamboyance of its design. The tiled walls were occupied by different impressive patterns and in the middle, there was a frame of people carrying gold jars.

The white table complemented with the prints of the chairs. I think having blue prints on the chair and blue utensils holders gave an impression of being a royal blooded person. You know, it looked so first-class.


Hummus and Bread (SGD9)

This is my first time trying Turkish food, and upon seeing this dish it gave an idea that probably the cream will taste sweet and that I don’t want to try that greeny-yellowish liquid in the middle because that might not taste good.

But thanks to my sister, she gave me a heads up of what will be the taste. The cream or dip is called Hummus, and according to the dictionary, it is a thick paste or spread made from ground chickpeas and sesame seeds, olive oil, lemon, and garlic. So apparently, it won’t taste sweet and instead, it tasted a little salty and it did a great job complementing with the bread. And I would also recommend you to dip near the greeny-yellowish liquid a.k.a. the Olive oil. 

However, the bread was cold and I would prefer if it’s warmer.


This is one of their appetizers, it a bloated bread while it’s warm then it deflates as it gets colder. I preferred dipping this bread to the Hummus because due its warmness the consistency of the Hummus with it is observed.


Chicken Kebab (SGD25)

In this restaurant, aside from the Chicken kebab (SGD25) they also serve Lamb kebab. However, I am not used to the taste of lamb, so we chose this one instead.

The thick and tender kebab were skewed in a sword design skewer, and before it was even set on our table, its rich flavors are evident with the tantalizing aroma it comes with. It smells so good, you’d find yourself senseless to other things while swallowing that imaginary lump in your throat! It is also served with vegetables and short-grained rice. The servings are enough for sharing if both of you are not so hungry.

Although, Turkish restaurants, in general, are pricey. It is not only the architecture of the restaurant, the extravagance of its tables, chairs, and utensils, or the title of it being a Turkish restaurant.

You are actually paying for the authenticity of the culture enveloped in the dishes they serve. You are paying for the quality of the herbs and spices, the tenderness of the meat, the freshness of the dough, and the mastery of the chef in bearing these dishes for you. You are paying for the culture that they preserved and handed down to generations after generations.

Here are my solo picture and a picture with my sister! 🌻

So there you have it! If you want to visit a restaurant that serves authentic kebab with a touch of extravagance and cultivation of culture, Go to Derwish Turkish Restaurant! You can find it at 60 Bussorah Street Singapore 199476. Hope to hear your experience!

PS. There are a lot of Turkish restaurants that you’d find at the Arab St., and nearby streets, but please find this restaurant. It looks like this from the outside.


Chicken Up!

On my first day in Singapore, my sister took a leave because she had to attend different hospital appointments. Me, who’s still “jetlagged” from yesterday’s flight (lol, as if Manila-Singapore flight takes more than 16 hours. Lol), kept on pleading for snoozing my alarm that’s why we ended up not having breakfast at all. So for our first meal of the day, we went to Chicken Up.

Chicken Up, most likely is in the same genre with Korean fast food chain like Bon Chon. According to their website, Chicken Up is known for serving best-selling marinated chickens Yangnyum (sweet and tangy flavor) and Ganjang (Soya-based blend). Unfortunately, there is no branch in the Philippines yet, and it can only be found in Singapore and Johor Bahru.

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When we entered we were welcomed by a very accommodating staff, whose name I, unfortunately, forgot to check. He was consistently smiling at us with his eyes really attentive on our needs. He led us to our table and helped us with our orders, especially when we asked about their best sellers (or Manager’s choice), he immediately suggested that we should try their promo of unlimited beers/Soju and Chicken wings! … Let’s not forget that it’s only 1 pm! It’s too early for getting drunk and doing honest hours! 

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As you can see in the interiors, the walls and the floors looked like their undone. But I guarantee you that the floors are smooth enough and you won’t find any cement ashes falling on your food as you eat.

They also have wooden-metal mixed material for the tables and chairs. In fact, I found the chair very heavy when I tried to push myself nearer to the table. On the table, you’ll find an empty pint with a plastic wherein you can put your chicken bones or any rubbish. They also have tissues, wet wipes, and spoons and forks on the side.

As you scan the menu for your order, you will find yourself singing along– or babbling actually– along with the music because they are playing Korean Drama OSTs that are kind of sketchy from which drama it came from.

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Popcorn Chicken (S$20) + Plain Rice (S$2)

My sister ordered Popcorn Chicken (SGD20), which is a boneless chicken that is suitable for people who are too hungry to even pay attention to chicken bones. She ordered it in Soya-base and when they said that they marinated the chicken for more than 12 hours, I agreed to that because the taste of Soya is not only found in the skin but it’s also in the flesh itself! Very worth it!

They also serve a generous amount of rice, which we are both thankful for because this is our first meal and we were really famished!

My sister even said, “I have been eating so much but the chicken seemed to not have lessened.” I agree, guuurl! 

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Ganjang Soya Chicken Wings (S$12) + Plain Rice (S$2)

For me, I ordered Ganjang Soya Chicken Wings (SGD12) and I was surprised with how big the chicken wings were! It’s totally a mother chicken compared to the chicks Bon Chon in the Philippines serves. The rich flavor of Soya can already be found in the skin and even in the flesh.


Topokki with Cheese and Sea Food (S$20)

I was once a kdrama junkie and I have always been fascinated about the taste of the rice cake or Tteokkboki. Even on Facebook, there are a lot of videos about “What to do in Seoul” or “5 things to eat in Seoul,” and Tteokkboki is always part of the list.

Now that I have seen it in on the menu I agreed to order it. Despite being aware that it is spicy– and I’m not a fan of it–, I still agreed. Because why not, it’s 2016, change is coming. lol

The Topokki that we ordered has shrimp, mussels, noodles, cheese and rice cakes. They serve an enormous amount of shrimps and mussels, I mean it. Not only enormous but also fat. The rice cake was also chewy, but it won’t hurt your teeth. However, if you don’t like spicy foods just don’t sip the soup. It’s more bearable.


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Honey Ginger Tea (s$5) AND Honey Ginseng Tea (s$5)


For our beverage, my sister had Honey Ginger Tea. Even if I have always been encouraged to drink ginger to soothe my singing voice, Ginger still holds the smallest place in my heart. #sorrynotsorry So when we ordered my sister insisted that I order this, but I declined. So she ended up ordering it for herself instead, praying that she’ll have my singing voice… Kidding.

I ordered the Honey Ginseng Tea, and as a first timer, I was pleased with how it tasted. Every time I am eating in a restaurant in the Philippines, I always prefer water over everything since the choices are limited to soft drinks, shakes, and ice tea. But since here in Singapore, they always have varieties of teas, I try them. This Honey Ginseng Tea is sweet and it tasted like the Arnibal (sweetening syrup) whenever we eat the “Taho” (Soft Tofu).

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A picture of me and my sister

So there you have it! If you want to visit a restaurant that serves nurtured and 12-hour marinated chicken, Go to Chicken Up! You can find it at 2 Tampines Central 5, #01-44 Century Square, Century Square, 529509. Hope to hear your experience!