Upon touchdown in Dubai, my friends told me I should eat Biryani. Okay, what's that? Sooner I found out that it was a whole plate of rice and a piece of chicken cooked by some ways I couldn't understand. hehe But you know, that was a Biryani tasted in one random corner in Al Ghubaiba … Continue reading What happens when a Filipina cooks Chicken Biryani?
First of all, it's pronounced as (Ah-sigh-ee), prolong the last syllable, please. 😄 For a quick look back, Açaí is a reddish-purple fruit from açaí palm, a native tree in Brazil. Açaí has health benefits: it's an anti-oxidant and an energy booster. It has calcium and vitamins as well. So, this friend invited me to have coffee, … Continue reading Off to Açaí Spot
Little Manila Restaurant's Binalot has launched one of the Filipinos' favorite dishes, Pancit! This time, they have Pancit Bilao! Pancit Bilao is a stir-fried noddle dish served in a conventional woven tray called "Bilao". In Binalot, their "Bilao" comes straight from Philippines and yes, you can take it away after your sumptuous meal! Noodles are … Continue reading Little Manila: Pancit Bilao is in Binalot!
ZAGU outbreaks fads, rising and growing to more than 500 branches in the Philippines. Now, this famous pearl shake brand has made foot here in Sandland, making nostalgia of home real and accessible. Zagu is housed inside Little Manila Restaurant, Al Muraqqabat Street, Deira, Dubai. For a very limited time, they shake three (3) more flavors … Continue reading Zagu Shakes Three More Flavors!
"You can't buy happiness. But you can buy ice cream. And that's the same thing." Mochi ice cream is a Japanese delicacy made from Mochi (a Japanese rice cake), filled with different flavors of ice cream. Mochicreme can be found inside Little Manila Restaurant where various flavors of Mochi ice cream are displayed and sold. … Continue reading My Mochi: Mochicreme
It was my first time to go to Little Manila Restaurant. The invitation was confirmed at 7:00 in the evening yet we arrived few minutes later than the confirmed time. I was impressed, I must say. The sense of time and preparation that the management had was well-manifested. It was prim and professional, which I … Continue reading Little Manila: Food and Restaurant Review
I believe that one vital secret lies behind every successful restaurant - and that is their food. No matter how grandeur or warm one diner could be; if food is not pleasant, customers would rather wave its aura and satisfy their cravings at restos that serve great food. Personally, I'm such a food enthusiast and no matter how … Continue reading Ihawan: Home of the Best Barbecue