Ooma has been recommended to me over and over again. From friends, foodies, and even Zomato. Finally, I succumbed and tried the much hyped restaurant and ate at their branch in Salcedo Village.
It was just November last year when the world’s fastest-growing dine-out program, Zomato Gold, launched in Metro Manila. Zomato Gold’s ambition is to elevate the city’s dining experience, hence only partnering with top-rated restaurants. The dine-out program has seen immense success in Metro Manila – with more than 60,000 subscribers and over 600 restaurant partners in less than four months of launch.
Polka Dot Bakeshop is one of the very few if not the only LJC establishment that doesn’t have ornate and vintage decor. The look that the bakeshop seems to be more on the modern and cheerful ambiance.
Cafe Adriatico has become an institution. From early 1980’s, it has been known to be the most popular date place in Manila. My parents had their dates there before they even got married. Years later it’s still a popular place for diners.
Cafe Adriatico pulls into its embrace lagacies and generations of people who have always been coming. It usually starts when the parents had dated there, got married, brought their family there. Those kids would bring their date there, get married, then bring THEIR own families in turn.
They went beyond the usual local fare and created and innovated. It resulted in dishes that delighted all its diners.
Its no wonder why Chinatown’s Best Food became an institution. True to its name, they really brought the best dishes from Chinatown to this bustling community.
Jack’s Joint really doesn’t sound like a Persian food place, but right now, it definitely tops my chart as one of the best that carries insanely delicious and affordable kebabs.