This is already a long overdue post, I have been meaning to create a post regarding this one ever since last year, but I didn’t have the time to do so. So I am writing a review right now about Yolks and my experience when I took a visit at their beautiful Cafe.
So recently I have been craving for a Korean food and really wanted to try a new dish aside from the usual bibimbap that I always order, finally I was able to taste a different kind of Korean cuisine when I went to this amazing place called SaGae Cafe.
Ever since I’ve known about egg waffles I have been wondering what it taste like because from what I’ve seen on my Instagram feed it really looked so delicious so when I got to taste it at Happy Lemon I ordered their matcha egg waffle although the color is green, it still tasted a like plain waffle. Lol. Disappointing.
Anyway, when I learned about another egg waffle food stall that is currently selling at SM Lanang, I didn’t think twice and went with my friend just to satisfy my curiosity on whether their egg waffle tastes good (because it really looks so good in the picture). We traveled from SM Ecoland to SM Lanang with a public vehicle and not to mention that day was raining like cats and dogs so I think I really made an effort just to try it and I was really excited. We went straight away at the Mercado Locale located at the ground floor of SM Lanang, people were already lining up at the food stall when we got their so it took us like 5 minutes before we got to order. I ordered a matcha egg waffle with a vanilla ice cream and my friend got their plain chocolate flavor. We waited for like another 20 minutes but it is already understandable that we would wait a bit longer since there were a lot of people who already ordered before us, so we decided to look around at the other food stalls at the Mercado Locale as well.
Have you ever experienced being so hungry but can’t decide on where to eat? Have you also experienced breaking down because you were just so hungry that you could barely think straight and you were already so cranky that you might flip everyone or anything you see? You know what? I have, I can’t even count how many times already. lol
Anyway, the whole point of this post is that last friday, my friend and I decided to go to this Korean Restaurant at Torres Street and the word buffet was really enticing and I was really excited that if there were no people around I would literally skip around while going there. So we arrived at the place where the Korean Buffet is located and once we went inside the restaurant, I was a tad bit disappointed when I saw the food that they were serving because there were only a few of it and that was not what I was expecting and I was like “am I really at a buffet restaurant?” So we decided to not eat there anymore because first: there were only a few choices on their menu and second: I didn’t like the ambiance of the place.
So we decided to go to Lachis instead and as we went there, we accidentally passed by this restaurant along Marfori Street called Taco Loco. Taco Loco is a Mexican restaurant and
Grilling is one of the most famous ways in cooking ones food here in the Philippines and as well as all over the world. Here in Davao we can almost see every corner of the street that sells grilled meat or barbeques. It was just a typical day that I had and I wanted to try something new so I decided to try out this place called Chixboy and I just also recently knew about this place through a friend.
The saying “Don’t judge the book by its cover” suits this restaurant well because as you can see the place outside where this restaurant is located, is just pretty simple but once you go inside then you can definitely see how lovely the place is.
As we went inside, I can’t help not to notice the interior of this place because I like how they designed it especially the chunks of wood on the
I’ve been to a few Japanese restaurants here in Davao City and I can say that my favorite by far is Taishozan and I have been here twice already and it never disappoints because the food tastes great especially their spicy tuna roll like it is seriously the bomb!
I liked the interior of the place because they really made an effort in decorating it and the place also has a Japanese vibe into it maybe because of the (fake) cherry blossoms that they put on the ceiling. lol
Honestly speaking I was really surprised when I tasted the food at Kuya J’s because I just didn’t expect it to be that good. I mean I have already heard a lot of good reviews about their halo-halo (a filipino desser that is technically a shaved ice with milk, red beans, ube, sago, leche flan and and a scoop of ice cream on top) and that they said it really tasted so good but I wasn’t really expecting so much of their main courses to taste so delicious.
Grilled Rack of Ribs
I came here with my family and we were really hungry so we ordered the grilled rack of ribs and I was really surprised by how big it was because this can be eaten by 2-3 persons and it only costs you
Thank God for the new cafes here in Davao that I get to try! I was really stoked when I went here last night, I have been eyeing this tiny cafe ever since I saw it while passing by along mabini street. I was already about to go home when I decided at the very last minute to check this place out because I was really curious on what kind of food they serve. When we got there, my friend and I were the only customers during that time so we were very fortunate because the place is literally cute as in super tiny that it could just fit like only six to ten people inside their cafe but they also have tables outside. Good thing we were the only one who ate there last night because it would already be too crowded if there were other people too. Lol.
I’ve been wanting to try this very cute place along mabini street, it is literally cute because the place is so tiny but their interior is quite cute. They sell ice cream and cookies together for only 85 pesos, and you can also add a syrup (your choice of flavor) for only 10 pesos.