Last Friday, my 2 foodie friends came to visit us for a food trip in the South. I always cross the great divide to meet them, so this time, they took time out from their busy, busy schedule to come see what’s in the big bang sa alabang that I’m always gushing to them about! :P
I wanted to introduce them to my Southern Belles, but unfortunately, our dinner didn’t push through.. for the THIRD time huhu. So we made plans of our own. But first of all, allow me to apologize profusely to ANNA & RAYMOND. Our wires got crossed somewhere & they didn’t get my message. I am soooo very sorry that you came all the way to Alabang to a cancelled dinner. I promise I will make it up to you somehow. :'( I would also like to take this opportunity to our host RYAN CHAN making sure that their trip was not for naught. Thank you Ryan for always having my back! <3
Mr. & Mrs. Tales From the Tummy had a lunch event at KESSAKU. So we met for coffee after at MAGNUM OPUS which Richard has been wanting to try because of its third wave coffee. For my previous post on MAGNUM OPUS, CLICK HERE.
Now a food trip requires proper pacing, Something I just learned lately the hard way! ;P So we made sure (or THEY made sure) that we didn’t over indulge on each stop. Lest ma-empacho na naman ako! ;))
After coffee, we headed on over to the small (and I mean SMALL like 12 seats!) Ramen joint also in BF, MENSAKABA GEISHU. It’s my first time there & I was actually the tourist as Richard guided me along HIS find, lels.
Mensakaba Geishu Ramen Bar
We crossed the street to get to THE GIRL & THE BULL. I’ve been raving about this restaurant to Richard & Irene since time immemorial because I had a great meal the last time I went, but I was quite disappointed to find out they have simplified their menu to this. ONE MEASLY PAGE! </3
And because Irene is a DAVAO-ena, of course we had to make a final stopover at LARCY’s for some sweet endings! ;)
Thank you so much Richard & Irene for coming to visit! <3 And happy happy birthday Irene! Thank you for being a good friend to me. Giving us cheesecakes & Davao suha all the time, buying my *beep when I needed it the most, for sharing ebooks & videos with me (Thank you Richard!), for the fun company & non-stop chicka & laughter. For taking us everywhere with you and the million-and-one-invites that makes my belly velly velly happee. I love you both dearly! :-*