Kyo-To, Legazpi Village
The restaurant itself will probably not catch your attention, but Kyo-to is definitely not one to miss especially if you love Japanese food as much as I do. The only things loud about the place are the food and of course, the chef himself Chef Kawamoto who worked for no less than the Japanese ambassador.
They say it’s authentic Kaiseki Ryori (Japanese multi course meal) but I can’t judge because I’ve never been to one. All I know is that I left happy and satisfied and barely breathing. lol 😀
RAGING BULL CHOPHOUSE & BAR, BGC
Jeff and I have been together for 2 years and 3 months (officially) and although monthsaries aren’t as much of a milestone as anniversaries,it’s nice to keep on dating like the first time – not to mention it’s also a great excuse to stuff ourselves with great food. LOL.
We celebrated this month at The Raging Bull which is a steak house in the fairly new Shangri La at the Fort.
One of the things I looked forward to during my first ever visit to Hong Kong was trying out their famous egg waffles (雞蛋仔) . I first saw it around Times Square Mall for HKD20. It was more expensive than I thought it would be because it was streetfood, but I definitely enjoyed its crunchy-soft egg-y deliciousness. When I thought I wasn’t craving for it anymore, we accidentally came across Oddies after having lunch in Gough street (which is a must go to place for foodies. The restaurants there all look enticing!). We saw the photo of the egg waffles with gelato and we were sold!
Gyu Jin, Tsim Sha Tsui
For some people, comfort food means french fries, mac and cheese, fried chicken and cakes. What comforts me the most though is hot pot (or shabu shabu as we call it). There’s nothing like that warm soup of delicious broth and spices running down from my throat to my stomach giving me a warm hug from within. lol.
Gyu Jin Shabu Shabu and Sukiyaki was simply the perfect conclusion to a tiring day walking around the streets of Hong Kong. It was delicious, satisfying and UNLIMITED. Woo hoo!
Sugar Factory, BGC
I can’t believe Jeff and I just celebrated our 2nd anniversary! *woot woot!* I can’t remember a time without him anymore. lol. I don’t want to get too cheesy so I’ll leave it at that. For now, let me show you where we decided to eat to celebrate this milestone.
Sugar Factory, originally from the United States, opened its first branch in Asia here in the Philippines. Their Manila store is located in the new Shangri-la at The Fort right beside Kerry’s Sports.
Sunnies Cafe, BGC
Sunnies Cafe is a new brunch-dinner place in Bonifacio Global City opened by the same people who brought us the popular eyewear brand Sunnies Studios. I was apprehensive to try Sunnies Cafe at BGC because I saw lots of bad reviews about it online. But Jeff and I have been wanting to try out a new restaurant and I have to say, it does look appealing so we went ahead anyway.
Izakaya Kikufuji has been around for a while. It’s located along Little Tokyo, just a street away from Seryna. I’ve heard a lot of good reviews about the place especially about their Wagyu sticks and sushi so me and Jeff decided to try it out.