Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Food Panda PH Review

Food Panda is an online food delivery service from a curated choice of local restaurants. It was founded in Berlin Germany in March 2012 and now operating in more than 10 countries including Philippines. 

I first heard of Food Panda in a tech event before but just remembered it now when my colleague suggested to try this service. 

Today, September 13, I had my first order from them. I love their website because it's simple, straight-to-the-point and user-friendly. Here are the instructions on how to order:

Download the app in iOS or Android device or go to www.foodpanda.ph site. 



Then, sign-up or log-in your account. 


Enter your current location. Take note that they only accept orders from NCR area only. I tried to check if it's available in my province but it's not. Hopefully soon. :)



Once you entered your location, the site will promptly search and lists down the restaurants nearby.




Choose the restaurants from the list and add the orders to the cart. You can choose the date and time it will be delivered. ***If you have voucher code(s), you can add it only on the payment page and not here.


Once done, review / change your delivery time, add your delivery (specific) address and other important notes, instructions and landmarks.


As of now, they only accept Cash on Delivery payment option. You can add your voucher code here. TRYPANDA code is Php 100.00 off and only available for first time users. Unfortunately, the code didn't work on me but it's okay. 


Once done, they have two factor authentication. What is it? They added an extra layer of security that requires not only username or password. Example: a verification code will be sent to your mobile number. Woah! That's a technical part huh. :)


Finally, you will wait for your order on your specified time. You will also receive an email regarding the summary of your order.



11:30 am have passed but I haven't receive my order yet. I just received it before 12:00 pm but it's okay. As long as my order is complete. :)

Here's my order from Max's Restaurant Muntinlupa:



Note: This is not a sponsored post.

How about you? Have you tried their service? Share your experience.

Saturday, September 8, 2018

Saturday, September 08, 2018

Ramen Nagi Alabang Branch Review

Ramen Nagi is one of the most famous restaurant in Japan, established by Ramen Master Chef Ikuta Satoshi in Shibuya, Tokyo in 2006. They also have branch in Hong Kong and popularly known as Butao, after its popular signature ramen. The Manila franchise was opened last December 2013 and now they opened their Alabang branch last August 2018 (last month).



I love the Japanese-style vibe outside the restaurant but the place inside is a bit small. I preferred to go with the group. 😀




The kitchen is open-space so you can actually see how they prepare the ramen. How cool, right?

Without further ado, I had a taste of their famous original butao ramen. Take note that during the peak hours, the restaurant often gets full so be early. They don't take reservations and only accepts walk-ins. 

A bowl of ramen is a bit pricey but it's worth it. Here are the ramen options:
  • Butao King (Php 390.00) - original
  • Black King (Php 410.00) - garlic and squid ink
  • Red King (Php 410.00) - spicy
  • Green King (Php 410.00) - basil and cheese

What I love about Ramen Nagi is you can customize your ramen by filling out the order slip. If you don't have any idea on what to get, simply check the "Chef Recommendation" box.




Here's what I ordered, Original Butao King:



Condiments

Take Note: They do not allow leftover or takeout so finish your order right there. 

Overall, me and my officemates enjoyed our ramen. Ramen is a great comfort food for a cold weather, right?



How about you? Have you tried their Butao King? Share your experience?

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Sunday, September 02, 2018

14 Restaurants I Dined at Molito Alabang

Continuation of Affordable Restaurants to Try at Molito Lifestyle Mall, Ayala Alabang (Part 01).



Draft Gastropub

They serve European dishes as well as beers. The restaurant is perfect for night chill with friends. But they also have affordable lunch specials. 

Cuisine: European






Ice Flower

They offers Korean bingsu with different flavors. They also have snow machine for kids, who wants to play with the snow.

Cuisines: Korean, Desserts, Coffee

















Mr. Park's Bread and Cafe

One of the best Korean cafe in the area. :)

Cuisines: Bakery, Desserts, Coffee





Torch

Torch offers international cuisines. American cuisine such as sandwiches and burgers. Japanese cuisine such as sushi and ramen. Italian cuisine such as pizza, panizza and pasta. There's more! They also offers steaks, chicken and seafoods! :)

Cuisines: Italian, Spanish, American





Parmigiano Ristorante Pizzeria

Cuisine: Italian















The Perfect Pint

They offers fine food with local craft beers. This place is one of the hangout places in the area. It often gets full every Friday night.

Cuisines: Filipino, Spanish, Italian







Un Cuenca

Chef Ariel Manuel (Lolo Dad's) is back with this restaurant. They offers Spanish cuisines such as gambas, pugon lechon and many more.

Cuisine: Spanish






Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining

One of the best Korean barbeque grill around the area. They also have a branch in Fort Bonifacio. 


Cuisine: Korean






Chairman Wang's Prime Beef Noodle House

It is a Taiwanese restaurant, which offers noodles and many more.


Cuisine: Chinese








Omakese Japanese Cuisine

One of the best Japanese restaurant around the area. The restaurant often gets full at lunch time. 

Cuisine: Japanese






Melt Grilled Cheesery

Cuisine: American

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Barcino

Cuisine: Spanish

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Just Thai

Cuisine: Thai



Buona Vita

Cuisine: Italian, Spanish







Have you been to Molito Alabang? If yes, where did you dine in? Share your experience.