Posts tagged "French"
The Parisienne Macaron Marathon: Pierre Herme

The Parisienne Macaron Marathon: Pierre Herme

Since I am on hideaway hiatus for the holidays, I found some free time to go back to one of my passions, which is writing. I always loved to verbalize my thoughts but would put on the back burner when things get hectic. I also need to continue my halted review of my Parisienne Macaron...
The Parisienne Macaron Marathon: Fauchon

The Parisienne Macaron Marathon: Fauchon

Fauchon at CDG Allow me to continue my Parisienne Macaron Marathon with the second installment: Fauchon Paris. I saw the hot pink kiosk at the departure shops at Charles de Gaule before my flight back to Manila. I could not resist to take a peek at their offerings especially when the display is as tongue...
The Parisienne Macaron Marathon: Maison Laduree

The Parisienne Macaron Marathon: Maison Laduree

Last June, I went on a mini-birthday trip to Paris. It was my first time in Paris, but I have been to different parts of France on prior occasion. Not that I never had the chance to go, but I always wanted my first time in Paris to be with the person who will love...
Wine & Spirits Club + Degustation at La Girolle

Wine & Spirits Club + Degustation at La Girolle

There was a time in my heyday when I could down an entire bottle of vino and, well, a whole lot of liquor. I doubt that my tolerance could brand me as a connoisseur of sorts, but it would be safe to say that I’ve had my fair share of purple lips moments to know...
The Goose Station Tableside Demonstration

The Goose Station Tableside Demonstration

I had dinner at The Goose Station last week, and had the opportunity to witness the tableside demonstration from Chef Robert Pengson using molecular gastronomy and a lot of hoopla to make ther “Terroir” course of their Signature Menu literally look like a winter wonderland. Check it out. The normal Terroir salad is a landscape...
Surprise Singapore: db Bistro Moderne by Daniel Boulud

Surprise Singapore: db Bistro Moderne by Daniel Boulud

After all the Hawker food finds and the humid trekking on the streets of Singapore, we wanted to dress up and try some of the fine-dining options offered by international celebrity chefs. Since I’m a continent away from New York, I was happy I could find a slew of options at Marina Bay Sands Mall. I wanted...
Foie Gras Fantasies at Lusso

Foie Gras Fantasies at Lusso

That, right there, is the look of love. Or lust. Trip or Treats is officially in love/lust with Lusso. I’ve written about this tres chic little establishment before, already professing my adulation over Lusso’s luxurious ambiance with its matching sophisticated, yet simple, menu. I am also a big fan of the fact that they use good china,...
Lust at First Lusso

Lust at First Lusso

Lately whenever I tell my mother that I am going out for dinner with my Creamy Addict friend K, she usually responds: Didn’t you just have dinner with her? It’s true. I take advantage of free nights to date it up with K. She is, after all, a much-traveled lady who only comes to Manila about 8...
ToT Published on Sense & Style Mag

ToT Published on Sense & Style Mag

I’m so excited to be published! More mental rehashing from ToT! Click on the images to view in large size. Enjoy and please let me know what you think. BTW, La Regalade was to die for. I am coming back next week, any takers?
Don't Hate Me, I Have a Love Affair

Don’t Hate Me, I Have a Love Affair

I won’t deny it: I take every opportunity to eat well, especially when it comes to family time. Unconditional love from my parents means never feeling hunger. That could have been deduced just by looking at our very wellfed physique, from my brothers down to the little oversized kidlets. So for Sunday brunch, we head...

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