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Milky & Sunny

Milky & Sunny is a cafe situated in Kapitolyo, Pasig. They’re known for all-day breakfast dishes and homey interiors.


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Lord Stow’s Egg Tart

It was after a few more walks just passing by the tempting bakery before I finally gave in to the calling of the store. I tried the Egg Tart which I believe made them famous.


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Eggs For Breakfast

Eggs for Breakfast Cafe is one of the hidden treasures in Metro Manila. It is located in Velada Estate which is a few hours drive. But I highly recommend this place. If you want good food, good value, and breathtaking view, this is the place to be.


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Vanilla Cupcake Bakery

Vanilla Cupcake Bakery has a very chic, cozy, and colorful atmosphere. I love every detail of their BGC store. It almost feels like I’m in a dollhouse. I wanna live there. Hahaha. Very nice indeed!


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Real Coffee & Tea Cafe

Real Coffee & Tea Cafe is famous for its Calamansi Muffin. The cafe is good but not exceptional.


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Ice Flower Korean Cafe

Tried this Korean store in Molito that offers bingsu. Bingsu is a Korean shaved ice dessert with sweet toppings such as chopped fruit, condensed milk, fruit syrup, and Azuki beans. The snack is highly popular in Korea.


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Ukokkei Japan

Ukokkei Japan is a new ramen shop which features the local specialty ramen of 10 different cities in Japan. According to the Philippine Primer, each city in Japan is famous for a certain type of Ramen; for example, Osaka is famous for Curry Ramen, while Sapporo, Okinawa, and Hakodate each have their own version of Shio Ramen. Ukokkei Japan aims to bring these variants of Ramen to the Philippines with an affordable price.


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The Secrets to a Perfect Cup of Green Tea

We stopped by this apparently new cafe in Pioneer Street Kapitolyo, Kissako Uji Matcha Cafe, to have some tea after a fulfilling escapade in Locavore. We ordered green tea then served with a tea set with a thermometer and a stop watch.


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