We love Good Earth, and we recently found out from Chef Henry that it originated in Hong Kong in the New Territories area. Good Earth has three branches in Manila — one in Greenbelt 3, one in Rockwell and now in the Fort Burgos Circle.
Here is an interesting combination — a Murano Glass Art Shop with a Cafe / Gelateria. This is Greenbelt 5’s version of an Art Cafe in the heart of Makati. It is located at the corner of Greenbelt 5, at the foot of Ayala Museum near Lusso. I heard the place is run by Chef Massimo, an Italian Glass Artist himself.
We recently enjoyed our FoodStreet Food trip with the family on a Sunday Night. For P500+, we got to enjoy Filipinized American Food from Buffalo Wings N Things and Filipinized Mexican cuisine from Jalapeno Cantina Mexicana. These are the two interesting restaurants worth going to at Ortigas Home Depot. The cool thing is you can sit in any of the two restos and order from either one.
Xu Liu Xian Healthy Desserts of Hong Kong opened its first stall in Mall of Asia. It is worth trying, especially if you are looking for something healthy — but it won’t satisfy your yummy craving. After all, we still want our chocolate dessert once in a while. 🙂
We are officially part of history, as we were part of the first group to test-sail the Balangay on Manila Bay. Not even the light rain was enough to cancel our date with destiny. It was an easy and safe cruise last Saturday morning with Sir Art, Aidan, Lileya and Liyora. 🙂