It seems that the more local Coffee Shops I review, the more find their way into my life. This time, I’ll be talking about Ristretto, a tiny-but-cozy place near the Valley Golf sign in Cainta.Continue reading “Kain: Ristretto Cainta Review”
Falling victim to another one of Facebook Ads’ boosted products, I had to try this nice-looking cold brew from a nearby place. This is my first time ordering coffee from a local brewer so let’s see how it goes!Continue reading “Inom: Hermano Cold Brew’s Vanilla Sweet Blend Review”
While my household has had different types of food delivered in this quarantine period, burgers are definitely my favorite. There is just something about a piece of meat in between some bread that makes me salivate. In this post, I review what is in my opinion the tastiest burger I’ve tried during this Covid era.Continue reading “Kain: 1975 Old Fashioned Burgers Review”
You’re not a real fan of K-pop if you haven’t seen these corn dogs being eaten by your favorite idol. For some reason, this piece of American cuisine is a vital part of K-pop culture. I don’t watch K-dramas but I heard that corn dogs also make an appearance every now and then. Naturally, I had to taste these and give a review.Continue reading “Kain: Chingu Corn Dog Family Bundle Review”
Holy shit, is this actually a blog post about food!? It’s funny how “food” is a major category on my sidebar despite the last post about it being 6 years ago. But did y’all know that this blog was supposed to be mainly focused on food reviews? Look how that turned out.
So here we go, in honor of the early days of this site, let’s review something edible once again. This time, let’s join the trend and see what the fuss is with McDonald’s latest partnership with Kpop culture: The BTS Meal.Continue reading “Kain: McDonald’s BTS Meal Review”