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Yummy in my Tummy: Ristorante Bigoli in Trinoma

6 Dec

Last Tuesday, hubby and I were able to have a date – finally!

We don’t usually go out as a couple anymore because we go out as a family most of the time. I left the little girl with my mom and went to Trinoma to meet hubby. Before watching “Catching Fire,” we had a heavy dinner in Bigoli in Trinoma.

This is not a new restaurant to us and we have eaten here a lot already! There are three branches – Eastwood, Trinoma and SM City Fairview. We always visit the Eastwood branch, though.

We ordered:

Bigoli

  • Italian Chicken with Spaghetti al Pesto ₱190
  • Pepperoni Stromboli ₱130
  • Tour of Italy Sampler Platter ₱180
  • Unlimited drinks ₱25 each

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Yummy in my Tummy: Sentosa Garden Banawe QC

10 Oct

Last Sunday night, hubby was craving for dimsums. So after hearing mass and doing some grocery, we went off to Sentosa Banawe to satisfy his craving. Sentosa Singaporean Restaurant (corner of Banawe and Scout Alcaraz) is a place you can’t miss. At first we were put off by the ‘Singaporean’ dish but when we finally checked it out months ago, it may pass as a Chinese restaurant too. Acutally, what made us try this restaurant was the 50% Discount on all dimsums from 2-5PM and 9-11PM.

Sentosa Singaporean Restaurant Banawe

This Singaporean Restaurant is located at the 2nd floor of Tempura and Dezzato Pan, just at the corner of Scout Alcaraz and Banawe streets.

Dimsum MENU

Dimsum MENU

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Bake & Joy Philippines’ Discount Card

6 Mar

On our third visit in Bake & Joy, we made sure to bring the old receipts that we have to claim the discount card they have for their loyal customers.

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You may ask, “Why get the discount card when there is this constant 20% off from 8pm onwards?”

Let me tell you why:

1. The discount is valid ANY time. You don’t have to wait until 8pm to get your cravings satisfied.

2. The 20% off discount is ONLY for the breads they have. With the discount card, you have access to ANY of their products. You get 10% off on the beverages, cakes and pastries.

3. You can use this along with the 20% off. Let’s say you availed of the 20% off discount for the breads, but want to try out their cake and milk tea. You get 10% off on the latter. It can’t be used together, though (NO NO: 20% + 10% = 30% off on breads).

4. The card is valid for 6months upon application! WOW! I wish this was longer though, a year perhaps?

5. The card is valid for dine-in and take out.

6. It is easy to get since all you have to do is collect your receipts that will sum up for 500php and present it within 15 days.

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Finally, here is my discount card! 🙂

Of course we dined in again and tasted more of their products. The little girl chose the place and is sneaking in already. She loves classic floss too!

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Here we are goofing around with the card.

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It is always a happy experience dining here! We’ll be back for more! Especially now we are armed with this discount card.

Yummy in my Tummy: Bake & Joy Philippines

19 Feb

It’s 4:52am and I am still wide awake. I tried sleeping but I just can’t so instead of wasting time staring blankly at the ceiling, might as well blog why I can’t have shut eye session with my pillows.

Since hubby and I crave for Classic Floss, we went to our latest discovery – Bake & Joy Philippines. Check them out here.

If you’re near Banawe – QC area, for sure you have tried it already. I, myself, have been obsessed with it ever since I tried it three or four days ago. My taste buds kept on asking for it and I still can imagine its taste, its texture.

We went there around 9pm and we were able to avail of their 20% discount! The discount starts at 8pm onwards. They are open til 11pm so you still have plenty of time to hoard.

It was surprising not to see plenty of people inside. According to my mom and bro(who are more obsessed than I am) this place is usually filled with people, lined up at the cashier, holding boxes of breads. Fortunately for us, seats were empty. As you can see, our daughter saved a seat already. There’s her hand in the picture.

IMG_0551The place is a cozy spot for small talks and catch ups with friends, with cool subtle playlist at the background. It’s also a big plus that they offer milk tea, coffee, fraps, bread. This is the newest jack-of-all-trades hangout for friends since they cater to various taste buds!

From the outside, it isn’t very enticing. But don’t be deceived! If you check it out inside, you’ll feel like you’re in a coffee/bake shop.

There’s hubby in the picture checking out what’s left.

IMG_0549Here’s the other side: almost empty trays.

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This is what we dined in for. They have mouth watering breads that are uniquely flavored and will leave you wanting more!

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Hubby had cappuccino and I had mocha frap. The culprit for my nocturnal mode.

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These are the Bake&Joy Team! They aren’t the ones I saw during my first encounter. But I can comment that they are all friendly and accommodating.
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I requested this photo op and they said yes

I requested this photo op and they said yes

One more shot before they get back to work:

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We made sure to bring home some yummy goodies!

HAPPY TUMMY!

HAPPY TUMMY!

I have yet to taste more of their products! I can’t wait for my next visits in this place!

Two thumbs up for you, Bake & Joy Philippines! See you soon!