When you’re so like gutom na, you better head to Simple Lang at Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati. The restaurant is charmingly conyo; the good kind of conyo. Its modern twist on traditional Filipino dishes and its minimalist interiors scream simplicity yet no matter how hard they try, its sophistication couldn’t be concealed. It makes me think of the old rich. They don’t need to tell people they’re rich, people just know they are by the way they carry themselves – simple lang with class.
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Random places, random times, random dishes. Random gastronomic adventures.
And because I often forget the details of all these random stuff. ;) Continue reading
Most local bands and artists would say that their favorite place to hold gigs is in 19 East in Sucat. Radha, a famous singer here in the Philippines said that 19 East has the best sound system in Manila. After checking their gig guide, my cousins and I set one Saturday night for chilling there. We chose the Saturday with Nina and MYMP since my cousins are classmates with Nina and her siblings. Who isn’t amazed by Nina?
Five chapters to study for a ten-item test. Two 3-pound books to carry along with a black rectangular bag, complete with paper and plastic receptacles, several kinds of forceps and scissors neatly wrapped in plain bond paper, properly labelled, and autoclaved. A clear plastic envelope with the plain white apron neatly folded along with a binder full of photocopied Powerpoint slides and Word reviewers formatted in bullets. Continue reading