260 – On Lion City Parks

Singapore is the smallest nation in Southeast Asia, in terms of land area. However, it is a masterpiece of urban planning – an actual example of how a city would look like when urban planners had their way. It's not surprising, then, that large tracts of land for public parks still exist in the Lion … Continue reading 260 – On Lion City Parks

259 – On Cheap Eastwood Lunches: Triptych 43

There are two sides to eating in Eastwood City. You have the upscale places where an order of food will set you back more than P300, and where high-earning senior managers and retirement-age titas and titos hanker. On the flip side, you have the more budget-friendly joints frequented by employees in the business enclave's different … Continue reading 259 – On Cheap Eastwood Lunches: Triptych 43

256 – On A Curry Commemoration: A CoCo Ichibanya Retrospective

Japanese curry joint CoCo Ichibanya has been my go-to restaurant ever since writing about its flagship branch in 2015. Another branch opened at Eastwood Mall (near my workplace) years later. All I had to do whenever I wanted to binge out after a stressful week, celebrate a milestone, or simply splurge on pay days was … Continue reading 256 – On A Curry Commemoration: A CoCo Ichibanya Retrospective