The Food Diary is a personal food blog owned and maintained by two pure-blooded Pinoy food enthusiasts who happen to be aficionados for good food and great experiences.
This small family-owned and budget-friendly eatery is located in the vast shoreline of the Santiago Bay. At Pito’s Sutokil, you get to eat freshly caught and cooked food that is to die for
Your Cebu getaway is not complete without the Cebu’s local delicacies. On top of its famous Lechon, try other local dishes such as the ngohiong. Delicious, affordable, and definitely worth a try!
With the mission to invite all Filipinos to a whole new level of bread experience, Kambal Pandesal is truly more than a typical Filipino bakery.
So you may want to try and unplug from the Internet on your next weekend. Let your kids experience the fun of bird-watching and outdoor play in the real world, just like the old times. Don’t be discouraged with the thought of organizing a picnic, it’s actually very easy and costs nothing. Pack these tips inside your picnic basket on your next family weekend.
Put in the variation on the dips, the dippers and even on the serving plates and bowls. Go crazier with a theme – a rainbow dip buffet, around the world or cheese feast
There are a lot more to these foods than how they look. Pinoy exotic food taste as striking as they seem and they’ll leave you wanting for more. Dont miss the adventure these recipes serve you or else you’ll be missing half of the Philippine adventure you sought for
Every place you visit, there’s always more to them than meets the eye. Butuan, known to be the Timber City of the South, is more than just the colorful Balangays or their infamous orange tricycabs. A late-bloomer but fast-growing city, it is also considered to be the gastronomic capital in the region; a title so well-deserved, if you ask me.
If you’re looking for authentic Cebuano food that will top up your Cebu experience, look no further – Isla Sugbu Seafood City is the must-see place for you
Here follows a list of some of cartoons’ most enthusiastic takeaway eaters (who, curiously, are all animals in some shape or form); where it all goes, nobody knows.
Located at the chilly hills of Brgy Busay, Balay sa Busay offers a wide array of Filipino dishes served generously and warmly under the view of the clear night sky and with a view of metro Cebu’s city lights – a home away from home, a perfect place to visit.