It’s beginning to look (and taste) a lot like Christmas at The Grid Food Market!
I went to The Grid inside Power Plant Mall in Rockwell just recently together with misis and our daughter because we found out that they were showcasing holiday themed dishes for a limited time. And since we know that the stalls inside The Grid serve up really good food, confident din kami that their new Christmas offerings would taste great as well.
I love to travel. It’s just one of those things that I truly look forward to, whether the journey is near or far.
The past few years have been especially good to me in terms of travel and adventure. I’ve been blessed to have had the opportunity to see new places far and wide — and I continue to enjoy these wonderful escapes which I happily share and recount to all my readers through my blog.
One thing that sometimes becomes a difficulty when going on a trip, which I’m sure frequent travelers would agree to, is carrying a ton of items and clothes. But it only becomes a burden when one chooses the wrong kind of bag to use.
I love bags that can carry a whole lot of stuff yet can be brought along with ease and comfort. Normally, I’d go for a backpack since it frees up both my hands to do other things. But during trips that require me to be away longer, a regular backpack wouldn’t suffice. During these instances, I normally depend on a trolley or a duffel bag. But, trolleys, especially the bigger ones, usually need checking-in, while duffel bags are a strain on the shoulders and hands after long periods of carrying.
Hanamaruken Ramen is a popular food spot for ramen lovers in and around Metro Manila. My wife and I would usually head over to their Trinoma branch to enjoy one of our favorite comfort dishes – the Signature Happiness Ramen.
Although I strongly agree that Hanamaruken Ramen’s offerings are absolutely worth the long trip to Trinoma, I was overjoyed to learn that Hanamaruken Ramen at The Grove by Rockwell, located in Pasig City has recently opened (last December 10, 2014, if memory serves me right).
Yes! A Hanamaruken Ramen branch closer to our place. Hooray!
We wasted no time visiting the newest Hanamaruken Ramen branch to have our fill of “happiness”.Read more
Taste is relative. What is flavorful and delicious for me may not be the same for you and vice-versa. That, in my opinion, is what makes putting up food spots very tricky. One has to be able to cater to a good number of people and be unique enough in order to be successful and sustain this particular kind of business.
We are all food critics in our own right, wouldn’t you agree? So, why not test your critiquing skills together with other “food critics for a day” and see if your taste is the kind that makes (or breaks) upstart food businesses.
It’s the Ultimate Taste Test 2014!
No doubt, you’ve already heard of this annual gastronomical event before. If you haven’t been to one, make sure not to miss it this year!