G/F Power Plant Mall, Rockwell, Makati
30 July 2012
We tried out Kulinarya Kitchen at the Power Plant Mall in Rockwell. The friendly staff warmly ushered the group in; even if the restaurant has an upscale vibe, it manages to retain that familiar and welcoming vibe. I have to say I was surprisingly impressed by the food, their service and the overall dining experience. The owner welcomed us and introduced their menu, which was of an Asian and European fusion origin. Continue reading
Sakae Sushi – Mall of Asia
11 February 2012
On a whim, my wife and I decided to try out the conveyor belt-run sushi buffet at Sakae Sushi MOA. For unlimited sushi you only have to dish out 399 with free bottomless red ice tea and miso soup. This is going to be a quick review by the way because we only tried the sushi and nothing else.
I think the novelty of this sushi bar lies with the conveyor and the fascination of the diner over this mechanized wonder.
20 May 2012 – Sunday Lunch
Mom, Dad and my sister just came from Iloilo (a great foodie destination BTW), and I was the one who fetched them from the airport. I told Mom that because they had two weeks of gastronomic fiesta in the province, she should share her satisfaction. Hehehe We decided to go to McKinley Hills as it’s the nearest commercial area from our house.
It was already 1PM when we came, there wasn’t a lot of people probably because it’s a weekend and all the workers in the surrounding offices were with their respective families. It was a perfect Sunday afternoon, as they say, so we went in and looked around. We’ve been to some of the restaurants at Venice Piazza and wanted to try something new. Right from where we parked, there was Little Asia.
The inside of the restaurant was quite beautiful, we loved the floating paper lamps. It had a quaint and dainty Asian vibe to the interiors. It wasn’t overwhelmingly Asian, just the right mix of modern and traditional aspects that made the place lovely.