Monday, December 17, 2018

Affordable Buffet Para Pamilya Ngayon Pasko

Cabalen
the restaurant offers dishes that come from Pampanga. The ambience is reminiscent of a barrio fiesta, with folk music sometimes playing in the background and with food served on banana leaves. As for the dishes, Cabalen provides a wide set of Filipino food — from adobo to dinuguan — but the lechon takes the spotlight, as always.

Price: ₱298 (West Avenue, Trinoma, Market! Market!, Alabang Town Center, Glorietta 2, SM North EDSA, SM Fairview), ₱398 (SM MOA, Megamall, and Robinsons Manila)
Branches: West Avenue; TriNoma; Market! Market!; Alabang Town Center; Glorietta 2; SM North EDSA; SM Fairview ; SM Mall of Asia; SM Megamall; Robinsons Manila

Tramway Buffet
Price: ₱258
Delightful Chinese Dim Sum’s and authentic Cantonese cuisine Savor with mouthwatering Japanese food with your friends and family, Enjoy wide variety of lovely and sweet Filipino desserts

Branches: Tramway Tea House Banawe, Quezon City; Tramway Garden Buffet, Timog, Quezon City; Tramway Buffet Plaza, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City; Tramway Bayview Buffet, Roxas Boulevard, Manila


Lee Hak Buffet Restaurant
Price: ₱359 (lunch), ₱399 (dinner), ₱469 (weekends)
Address: Unit No. L2-211, Level Two, Greenfield District Pavilion, Barangay Highway Hills
Pasig

Buffet in Time Esplanade
The buffet offers Western, Japanese, and Filipino dishes. While the regular price is already relatively cheap, you can even pay less whenever they have their time-based promo, which can go for as low as ₱228 as long as you finish your meal within an hour. They only opened in 2017, and so far, they’ve offered different types of promos for different occasions

Price: ₱488 (regular), ₱228 (time-based)
Address: 2/F JT Centrale, 1686 V. Fugoso cor Felix Huerta, Sta. Cruz, Manila


Sweet Inspirations

Customize your Mongolian rice bowls at Sweet Inspiration’s All-You-Can. The buffet has a broad range of vegetables, sauces, and meats, and the restaurant has maintained a strictly no MSG and no food extenders policy, so if you’re conscious about the kind of food you consume, this buffet may best suit you. They also sometimes offer a breakfast buffet for only ₱260, inclusive of free-flowing coffee.
Price: ₱399 (Katipunan branch), ₱420 (Shangri-La branch)
Branches: Katipunan, 311 Katipunan Ave. Loyola Heights, Quezon City; ShangriLa Plaza, Unit 560, 5th Flr. ShangriLa Plaza, Main Wing


Samgyupsalamat
Price: ₱399
Samyupsalamat is a play on the words “samgyupsal,” which means “pork belly” in Korean, and “salamat,” which is “thank you” in Filipino. The restaurant boasts of its distinct meat quality and sauces, as they have their own factory that supplies all of their branches. Samgyupsalamat is known for their high-caliber meats, which includes buljib samgyupsal, beef bulgogi, yangnyum yoksal, and beef samyupsal, among others.
(unlimited pork for lunch), ₱449 (unlimited pork for dinner), ₱449 (unlimited pork and beef for lunch), and ₱499 (unlimited pork and beef for dinner)
Branches: Leon Guinto, Manila; Banawe, Quezon City; Kapitan Tikong, Malate Manila


Four Seasons Hotpot Buffet

Price:₱688-888
Araneta
Ground Floor, Manhattan Parkview, Gen. Roxas Ave., Araneta Center, Quezon City
932-7777, 939-7777
Mall of Asia
Bldg. E, By the Bay, MOA Complex, Pasay City
831-7777, 835-7777
Sm South Mall
Upper Ground Floor SM Southmall, Alabang-Zapote Road, Almanza Uno, Las Pinas City
556-1777, 556-2777

Immerse yourself in a new hotpot dining experience with Four Seasons Buffet & Hotpot! Find out more on how you can indulge yourself in a potful of flavor and aroma.




Yakimix
Price:₱500
Japanese & Asian Fusion Unlimited Eat-All-You-Can Buffet & Drinks.

Ground Level, SM Mall of Asia - Entertainment Mall, SM Mall of Asia, SM Mall of Asia Complex Jose W. Diokno Boulevard, SM Central Business Park, Bay City, Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines




BUBBLE MAN DISHWASHING LIQUID



I hate washing dishes kahit nong bata ako pero ngayon ano gagawin Nanay ako. Di naman pwede itapon pinagkainan pagkatapos. Aside from that expensive ang Diswashing Liquid kaya ang lagi ko sinasabi sa bahay wag aksayahin ang Diswashing Liquid. malakas kami mag consume ng Diswashing Liquid iwan bakit ang hilig naming kumain ng masebong mag foods. I had the opportunity to try Bubble Man Dish washing a weeks ago. I received three bottles from the BKSMOMSph party First time kung gumamit ng BUBBLEMAN Diswashing Liquid.

It comes with three variants the Lemon , Green Kalamansi ,and Blue anti-bacterial.


satified ako after using , smells good and easily remove fat and oil sa mga hugasan , gentle on my hands di sya nakaka irritate , mild yung scent kaya di naiiwan yun amoy. eco-friendly and affordable din. It’s perfect for the eco-friendly lifestyle since usong uso ngayon ang mga eco-friendly.

Other awesome benefits of this product that I like:

– Non-flammable

– Non-toxic

– Contents are free of sodium hydroxide. Sodium hydroxide is used to balance

pH of the formulation, however it causes irritability for your hands and extreme

dryness. Sodium hydroxide is used usually for cheaper chemicals.

– Long-lasting bubbles help reduce sink water changeover.

– Easy to rinse



Bubble Man Dishwashing Liquid is  available in various local supermarkets nationwide.


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Sunday, December 2, 2018

Fat Fook Opens at BCG

Taiwanese cuisine is famous for their distinctive flavour of foods, If you are Looking for awesome Taiwanese cuisine, the Fast growing Taiwanese chain, Fat Fook announced the opening of its newest branch tucked in the heart of Bonifacio Global City in Taguig, marking the company's 5th location in the country. Located at The Globe Tower, 32nd Street, the restaurant brings favourite dishes pork xiao long bao, oyster omelette, and stinky tofu without having to spend for airfare, lodging, and other expenses that go with traveling. This Taiwanese restaurant is owned and managed by the same group that operates Ramen Nagi. It was conceptualized by the group’s executive chef, Rachel Kao, who was born in Taiwan and grew up in the Philippines.

Fat Fook stems from the Chinese word for “Fa” (gaining”) and “Foo” (Taiwanese term which means prosperity or auspicious). It can be literally translated to “Increasing luck.”


What makes Fat Fook different from other Taiwanese diners is its take out counter that offers some of Taiwan’s best street food delicacies and milk tea. The street food are all sourced from Taiwan.

Fat Fook is known for their house specialties like their best-selling Chicken Chops, Pork Xiao Long Bao, and Taiwan Beef Noodles. Sophisticated palates will appreciate how Fat Fook’s Chicken Chops aroma wafts up and bursts in the mouth. The crunch of the special breading, alongside the crunchiness and juiciness of the chicken, make for an exciting mix of textures. It will definitely be love at first bite; with just the right amount of breading and seasoning. With their Chicken Chops, you’ll really get to savor the unmistakably Asian flavor. 




Another Fat Fook house favorite is the Oyster Omelette. This classic Taiwanese street food has a lot of great flavors coming from the oyster, Taiwanese petchay, and the thick egg wrap. The savory sauce drizzled on top of the omelette provides an added sweet-savory umami taste and all the more makes the dish beautiful to look at.

The traditional Pork XiaoLong Bao is definitely impeccable. It surely does not disappoint. In the steaming xiao long lie broth-filled steamed pork dumplings oozing with rich and warm flavor.

Another classic Taiwanese must-try dish would be the Taiwan beef noodles. Though looks like simpledish, the ingredients are made sure they are in their best state. The noodles are light and cooked firm but remain chewy and sweet, while the beef fork-tender almost melt-in-your-mouth with 
its intense flavoring.


Other interesting dishes on the menu are Taiwan Sausage, Tofu Century Egg, Beef Tendon, Black Pepper Beef, Pork Radish Soup, Oyster Misua, Truffle Xiao Long Bao, and String Beans with Minced Pork. 



 Beef Tendon

Black Pepper Beef

Oyster Misua

 Pork Radish Soup

String Beans with Minced Pork. 
The dining experience in Fat Fook is likewise leisurely and unhurried, just as it should be when you want to have an enjoyable meal. It’s also not unusual to probably be enjoying your food too much to even care.

Fat Fook has an exciting news for all its followers and patrons.  Its milk tea will be updating its look and packaging, thus there is something to watch out for in a few months.


You may visit Fat Fook at The Globe Tower, 32nd Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. Opens from Sunday-Saturday, 11AM-10PM. Follow them on social media on Instagram @FatFookManila


#FatFook5th #FatFookatTheGlobe