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Authentic Italian Cuisine at Pagliacci by Hefty Foodie on Apr 15, 2013A place built on the sole purpose of giving the locals a taste of Authentic Italian Cuisine. Pagliacci over the years, never strayed from tradition; everything made from scratch, handmade. Food built on simple flavors, menu items with a nice story, a...



Solaire Resort & Casino. by Joei & Me on Apr 11, 2013Solaire Resort & Casino is the first establishment to open along the Entertainment Complex in Pasay City last March 16.  They say Solaire promises a Las Vegas experience so after having lunch in Sofitel, T and I went to see what the buz...



Gelato Nostro by Days with Robin on Apr 8, 2013More than just ice cream, Gelato Nostro offers unique flavors from fruits, chocolates and alcohol drinks such as Dulce de Leche, Nutella and Coconut. They even experiment with different tastes like The Godfather, an amaretto and whiskey inspired conc...



My Kitchen by Chef Chris, Revisited ♥ ♥ ♥ by jin loves to eat on Apr 8, 2013      My Ninang Ann Marie and cousin Cherry are visiting from Taiwan and have been eating waaaayyyyy too much crispy pata and paella (if such a thing is ever possible). So I thought I'd take them somewhere different for dinner. I know Cherry love...



Lemon Ricotta Cake by Manila Spoon on Apr 6, 2013  Before I had my new Kitchen Aid Mixer (Pro 500), I thought I was doing well in making cakes. Then I tried baking this most delicious and amazing Italian Lemon Ricotta Cake and realize that I actually couldn't have done this with my old and chea...



Photo by A Little Dram Won't Hurt on Apr 6, 2013...



Photo by A Little Dram Won't Hurt on Apr 6, 2013...



Photo by A Little Dram Won't Hurt on Apr 6, 2013...



Photo by A Little Dram Won't Hurt on Apr 6, 2013...



Ristorante Fratelli Milano by Days with Robin on Apr 6, 2013On our first day in Miami, we gathered around Annie’s laptop, browsing through Yelp for a place to eat in. I came from the airport not long ago so I wasn’t particularly fussy about what restaurant to go to as … Continue reading →...