Here is a post to summarize my latest food “adventures”:
Somewhere in Cavite is a street where various branches of Digman’s Halo-Halo can be found. Each has a unique interior, setting, even signs. Same name, different “houses”. We stopped by one of them, and this is basically what they’ve got:
A Pinoy's fave, especially during summer!
Last weekend, we went down south for a short holiday at Tagaytay (which is part of Cavite). Title is obviously inspired by the Department of Tourism brouhaha going on with the campaign Pilipinas Kay Ganda.
Anyway, I’ll just do my part and show the world how lovely the Philippines is through my pictures.
The tabletops at Kanin Club have capiz windows. Creative!
On our way to Tagaytay, we had a stopover at Paseo de Santa Rosa. Chose Kanin Club for breakfast. Obvious with the name, it serves Filipino dishes. I thought it was an excellent choice; I was able to try the resto once and never forgot about the Sinangag na Sinigang. I was raving about their food but this fact was overshadowed by the fact that our food took way too long to be served. It almost took us an hour before the first plate arrived at our table. Other than that, the food tastes great (although I like the Beef Tapa more). Filipino culture is a big part of Kanin Club—a definite plus point for them.
Daing na bangus
This fish doesn’t even have to think of how to lose belly fat fast… it’s my favorite part! =))
Gorgeous skies on our way to Caleruega
We also went to Caleruega which was located in nearby Nasugbu, Batangas. It houses a nice chapel and garden. From Tagaytay, travel time is around 30 to 40 minutes.