Showing posts from March, 2018


Sabroso, a spanish word for tasty. If you are from Zamboanga like us then you may think that the owner is from our City but no. The reason why they named the resto Sabroso is because they want the name to be catchy and true to what they offer. Tasty and flavorful comfort food.

Love thy neighbor as yourself is the secret to the success of Sabroso Comfort Food. Their dream when they were starting was to provide comfort food to their neighbors and to their surprise people have been flocking and going to their resto even if they are not from the neighborhood.

The restaurant is well known to anyone in Bacood Sta. Mesa. It is located not far from Bacood Church. We just asked around and people were able to lead us to their neigborhood's "local tambayan".

It's an Instagram worthy 2 floor resto which was originally the home of the owners. From humble begginings of just having a stall outside their home. The entire house is now decorated and each section of the resto is filled…

YAKITORI RAMEN- Ramen sa Presyong mami espesyal

Japanese food is known to be expensive and we all know how much a bowl of Ramen will cost us. Being able to eat a decent ramen for 70 pesos is definitely a rare find. Do you want to know where we found the most affordable Ramen?

We would usually pass by this place during our Antipolo, Taytay and hikes in Rizal. I will usually see this Japanese store and grow curious of what they offer. So when the opportunity to visit knocked we surely did and definitely it was worth the trip to go all the way to Cainta from our place in Makati. Upon arriving we were greeted by the staff of the restaurants in Japanese. The place is filled with Japanese decor plus valentine's decor as we went there during the love month. Tamago Yakitori Ramen is the newest addition to the KAPSTOP FOODPARK in Cainta. This is the 1st store you will see as it is at the entrance of the foodpark.

We ordered different dishes on the menu and it was prepared right away.

You may choose from the different food on their menu…