Food Stalls Archives
Last week, despite that the planned dinner with my friends was cancelled, I still didn’t waste the opportunity of going out. Simply because going out for me is a rare opportunity (lol). I just took a stroll at SM Fairview instead of wasting my outfit.
That time, I don’t know why, I’m not hungry. So, I just walked around and opted to look for something interesting.
I then stumbled with this eye-popping stall that features brownies. Since, I love brownies, I easily gave in.
The name of the stall is Brownies Unlimited. Aside from brownies, there are also cupcakes and other pasties available.
The nearest shopping mall my place is the Ever Gotesto. Here, I used to buy stuffs I need and treats for my love ones. I’m not into traveling. So, I only go to bigger malls like SM Fairview whenever I can’t find the things I needed here.
Since this mall is quite small, you can only count the establishments and stalls. If you’ll go, don’t expect fancy restaurants, specialty stores and many more. Expect only the most common fast foods chains and food stalls.
One thing I am angry about is that there is no stall or stores catering yogurts.
However, at about last year, my eyes popped-out when I saw a stall that offers my favorite refreshment, the Milk Tea! Now, every time I go to this place, I will go home carrying a cup of Bubbatealicious.
Last April 6-8 we took our vacation in the very wonderful, yet unexplored place – The Villa Balinmanok. For my review about this resort click here.
I have posted our Pangasinan food adventure here and a part of my post featured the seafood bazaar in Labrador, Pangasinan where we shop sea foods for our meals for our vacation. Now, I will going to have a separate post as I am really astonished by the place.
From Manila to Labrador Pangasinan will be a 4-hour drive. Actually, we didn’t know about this place. We just passed by and asked our drivers to pull-over so we can buy some stuffs for our meals. Since I am a seafood lover, I found this as heaven. There are about 20-30 stalls catering different types of sea foods like fishes, shell fishes, seaweeds and many more.
It is the first time on my 24-years of existence I saw a shrimp bigger than my open hand. There were actually two big shrimps (the one was smaller) sold and the seller bargained them for P150 for two pieces.
The gigantic shrimp bigger than my hand
We actually didn’t buy the two big shrimps, because we found it a little expensive. But, we bought a kilo of their medium shrimp for P300.00. Actually, it’s more than a kilo as the lady added more.
Last January 30, my sisters and nieces wanted to take a stroll in SM Fairview and because I’m in the mood to go outside, I joined them. While walking, one of my sis said she will treat my nieces for a cheap, frozen yogurt. And in my mind, a bulb lighted, brought my camera out and ready to aim.
Yes Yes Yo! The Frozen Yogurt is another product from Fruitas Group, the creator of Black Pearl and Cereal Chiller. This cart is serving delicious frozen yogurt that has cheaper prices than others. This cart started in September 2010 and said through their website that they have a vision to provide healthy yet inexpensive food for Filipinos. I am a big fan of yogurt since I’m a kid, but haven’t tried Yes Yes Yo’s.
One of the pioneer in the waffle industry is the Oishi Manju. I used to see their stalls since I was high school. I can remember after hard times in school, my friends and I used to go to Robinsons mall in Novaliches and will cheap-in to have enough money to buy a box or two of these yummy treats. Then we will stay in the food court and will chit-chat while digging down the steaming hot waffle. Then, were ready for tomorrow.
When my brother came home from a basketball play with his friends he is carrying a styro-foam containing foods. When I asked him where he bought them, he said in “Circle.” I asked if there’s a food bazaar in Circle, he said yes. So, I asked my other siblings to go there and have a stroll with my nieces.