Archive for the 'Food & Drinks' Category

Ricky Rivero from Flab to Fab!

Friday, November 10th, 2006

All you gay chubbies out there — if you have been dreaming of a slimmer, healthier figure, here’s an “idol” for you! That’s Ricky Rivero, former That’s Entertainment teeny-bopper. From 334 lbs. early this year, here he is, half the weight yet not half the man(!), at 169 lbs! His formula?

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Chocolate Kiss in Roces Ave.

Tuesday, October 17th, 2006

I studied in and graduated from UP Diliman, so I super know Chocolate Kiss (the resto) in the campus. Recently, I tried the off-campus branch, the one located along Roces Avenue, in Quezon City. It’s a quaint little dining place with decent meals and great desserts, why don’t you give it a try?

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Search for Mr. Service Crew

Monday, October 9th, 2006

Due to the alignment of the stars and the planetary chorva, I again found myself hanging out at Greenbelt today. I watched Repertory Philippines’ The Boor and The Proposal, a pairing of two funny one-act Chekhovs. It is one of those “just okay” plays I’ve seen, and maybe the more notable and relevant […]

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Mr. Nice Guy Waiter at Blue Ginger

Saturday, October 7th, 2006

For the third straight day, I was at Greenbelt 3. My friends and I went to Blue Ginger (”taste of Thai”) near the cinema area. Lo and behold, a Mr. Nice Guy waiter served us — all smiles, and yes he’s such a darling!

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Run For Your Kopi Bun!

Thursday, September 21st, 2006

Hey, how fast can you run? Can you dash a la Lydia de Vega? Then go zoom to Kopi Roti!
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For just 70 measly pesos, you get the coffee with milk and the yummiest-ever Kopi Bun. describes it much better than I could ever attempt:
The star of the show is undoubtedly […]

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Malate’s Best Tapsilog & Tocino

Wednesday, September 13th, 2006

Everytime the Manila Gay Guy parties in Malate, as expected, till the wee hours, he gets his pre-departure breakfast at Silya.
Yes dear readers, Silya , that hole-in-the-wall along Nakpil (very near the corner of Nakpil and Orosa Streets) serve the best value Tapsilog (tapa-sinangag-itlog) and tocino. Just be prepared to dine al fresco, beside […]

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Cafe Bola

Thursday, August 31st, 2006

When I think Cafe Bola, I think cool and refreshing kamias shake (yes dearie, don’t squirm there, it’s a jewel of a drink ha!), crispy adobo flakes with kesong puti (white goat cheese), and spicy tuyo (salt-preserved fish). Yummy and totally Filipino! Foreigners out there, try this resto! And to my fellow Pinoys, if […]

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