Tag: Texmex

“S” for Silantro – Another Fil-Mex on the rise

SILANTRO Fil-Mex Cantina The name of this restaurant is very intriguing even if from its’ name, we would know already that it is Mexican. The only difference is that another term of coriander which is cilantro starts with a letter “C” and not with a letter “S”, so that made it intriguing. What would differentiate …

CASA QUESADILLA at Maginhawa street…

CASA QUESADILLA “Mexican food is so full of colour, life and music. It’s like a pinata exploding in your mouth.” ~Kate Mclennan~ Nowadays, finding a TexMex restaurant is as easy as ABC. Being a fan of Mexican food, Jen and I didn’t have a hard time looking for one should the cravings set in. Filipinos …

Chillin’ at CHILI’S…

Chillin’ at Chili’s… So Jen’s search for the best Mexican restaurant continues. She have been almost annoying telling me several times that we dine at Chili’s. And we did one Friday afternoon on a rainy day. We opted to try the one in Greenbelt as it is the nearest. Broadly speaking, Jen’s excitement is almost like that of …

GELE Milkshake Cafe…

GELE Milkshake Cafe.. Nowadays, it is ironic that these so called millennials, have greatly influenced people of all ages. I am coming from this habit formed to perform activities outside of home over cafes that serve milkshakes, coffee, smoothies, flavored teas, paired with sandwiches, pastas and burgers with varying twists. Millennials are undeniably showing hunger and thirst for …

Cafe ALEZON – Keeping on the quest for the best

Cafe Alezon – Keeping on the quest for the best… “A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe.” ~Thomas Keller~ <And I think, that place, wherever it is, must possess a soul too>. For the foodies in us, it is more often that we tend to compare one …