Food Finds: Pancit Palabok In San Antonio Zambales Market








Cai of the www.pinktsinesal.com
This is the best pansit palabok that I have tasted so far ourside of metro manila! And I found it at San Antonio, Zambales.

The dish is assembled as you wait with freshly cooked ingredients. The owner of the store told us that she makes all of the ingridients from scratch and does not buy ready made products, even the chicharon was home made!

Each plate costs 15.00 pesos each, now that is value for your money. 

So if you are going to Anawangin or Nagsasa Cove or just going to hang around Pundaquit, don't forget to drop by the Town's Market's Food Court and taste some palabok.

Oh they also sell spaghetti at only 10.00 pesos per plate which is my favorite and also other food   items. 





Where To Eat: Cebu's Casa Verde






When in Cebu City do not fail to try out Casa Verde's Baby Back Ribs! My Cebu based friend Doi of the TravellingFeet.com wanted me to try out their dish.

It was actually a funny story since I am not that familiar with "high end" meals like such so my idea was the dish is gonna be much like a spare ribs. 

Casa Verde's Baby Backribs, Definitely not for babies!

KFC Streetwise Spoonfuls





KFC Just lunched a few weeks back their new line of desserts. We then went ahead to KFC MOA to try them all! =)


KFC introduces four new addition to their desserts line namely Mango Cheese Cake, Chocolate Tiramisu, Choco Banana Pie and Chocolate Mousse.


We generally liked all of the flavors, all tasted sweet enough to satisfy your cravings but not overpowering that you'd just want to stop at the middle of it. 

Mango Cheese Cake
This is our personal favorite. You can taste the Mango right away and it was really mouthwatering.