Super duper happy we were able to order a few dishes from Plana’s Pantry. Panalo lahat ng items na inorder namin.Read more
Finding a new place to live in is no small task. It takes a considerable amount time studying options, considering and reconsidering many other aspects. And if you’re a family guy, like me, you probably already know that finding the right place for your wife and kids is no small matter. It is, in fact, of utmost importance.
I personally love residential places that are located right in the heart of the city, yet seemingly so secluded that it actually makes you feel far away from it. It’s possible, you know. Places that are situated inside the busy and metro, but isolated from the noise and frantic lifestyle.
If you happen to be looking for such a place (or even if you aren’t yet), I’ll let you in on a secret. (Whispers) There’s this exclusive residential condominium I know of that is strategically located close to every action that happens in the city and, at the same time, offers the peacefulness of the suburban lifestyle.
This wonderful place is called Golfhill Gardens.
I love discovering wonderful hotels that aren’t too far from home (aka “within the metro”) which make you feel as if you’ve truly escaped from the city. Many of these places around may claim to have this kind of appeal but only a few can truly deliver.
One such establishment that happened to be a pleasant surprise is Meranti Hotel, located along Sct. Castor St. in Quezon City, just right beside the first and original Max’s Restaurant.
Everybody knows Mario’s. It is one of the very few restaurants in the country that have stood the test of time and perhaps one of the more prominent establishments frequented by people, young and old, who know good food.
I was recently at the Tomas Morato branch of Mario’s and had the opportunity to enjoy their very popular Classic Sunday Lunch Buffet with good friends who also happen to be fellow foodies (Notice how I inserted the word, “fellow” in there? Yep… self-professed foodie here! Haha!). These guys are some of the best in the food blogging industry.
I knew that my wife and I were in for a treat given that any time the words “Mario’s” and “buffet” come together, it is always cause for a gastronomical celebration.