222 – On The Buffet Strategy: 4 Tips for Maximizing All-You-Can-Eat Deals

Let me start by saying that I do not frequent buffet restaurants such as Vikings and Sambokojin. I'm a heavy eater but I know my stomach's limitations. Thus, the only time I would visit such restaurants would be during special occasions and office lunch-outs. Some people, however, dine at these establishments on a frequent basis. … Continue reading 222 – On The Buffet Strategy: 4 Tips for Maximizing All-You-Can-Eat Deals

187 – On Doria Dealings: Tori Chizu, Eastwood City Walk 2

(AUTHOR'S NOTE: Just a year after Tori Chizu opened, it is with some sadness that I update this entry. This branch has permanently closed its doors. Timestamp: 11 June 2019, 07:45 am.) Japan's interaction with European powers in the late 1800s until the early 1900s, particularly during the Meiji Restoration, gave birth to a number … Continue reading 187 – On Doria Dealings: Tori Chizu, Eastwood City Walk 2

138 – On Woking Class Coffee: Costa Coffee, Eastwood City Walk

(AUTHOR'S NOTE: This establishment is now defunct, in line with the closure of other Costa Coffee branches around the metro. Timestamp: 6 September 2019, 2:13 pm.) The entry of British coffee purveyor Costa Coffee in the Philippines some time ago generated much publicity. Filipinos can now enjoy coffee "London-style", thanks to the efforts of the … Continue reading 138 – On Woking Class Coffee: Costa Coffee, Eastwood City Walk

137 – On Massive Formosan Fillets: Hot Star Large Fried Chicken, Eastwood City Walk 2

Taiwanese fried chicken is a staple snack, popular in the night markets of the nation′s capital Taipei. These are usually made of chicken fillet slices or one large chicken fillet sliced butterfly-style, then fried twice—the first to seal in the flavor, and the second to cook it to the proper doneness. The chicken pieces get … Continue reading 137 – On Massive Formosan Fillets: Hot Star Large Fried Chicken, Eastwood City Walk 2