I don’t expect much from ramen that costs only P99. From my experience, that’s too low a price for a bowl to be of any remarkable quality. Too many corners must be cut for ramen to reach that price point, right? But that’s what Kyu Ramen Express in SM Marikina is offering. Let’s check out if it is worth the price. (Spoilers: Yes it is)Continue reading “Kain: Kyu Ramen Express Review”
I’ve been a long-time fan of Japanese cuisine that it’s probably my first choice in the entire world. Ramen is my favorite comfort food and it’s something I would order whenever I get the chance. So finding a Japanese restaurant nearby is a blessing in my life. Let’s check it out.Continue reading “Kain: Boss Maki & Sushi Hauz Review”
My quest to find more local coffee shops has led me to another gem. This time, it’s even closer to home. It’s just a quick, 5-minute bike ride away. Let’s take a look at this cozy, must-try place inside Calumpang, Marikina.Continue reading “Kain: Grill N Brew Marikina Review”
Last Sunday was too nice of a day to spend indoors and since I woke up relatively early, I decided to go for a quick bike ride around my area. Here are some pictures and thoughts about my advanture.Continue reading “Padyak: Chill Ride Sunday”
My close friend and fitness buddy, Rosalie, took some pictures of me in action at the gym. This also serves as her practice for her new camera. Thanks for making me your subject!
The bike gods answered my prayers this Sunday morning and gave me the perfect conditions to take my bike on a nearby trail that a friend recommended. The trail ran along the bank of the Marikina river and, since there was news of Typhoon Hagupit about to hit the metro, I decided to ride before the rains and winds come.
One of the good things about getting a bike is that the world suddenly gets a little bit smaller. Because most of the people at my office are also bike enthusiasts, we decided to eat at a highly recommended place: Boyong’s.