What a crazy month! Been on a lot of business trips the past weeks, including a quick visit to Bangkok. It was my first time to visit this place, but unfortunately had very little time to explore the area. These were the only food photos I got - some Pad Thai, Shrimp Patties, and their famous Sticky Rice with Mango! Mixing rice with coconut milk and fruit may seem weird especially to non-Asians, but it is really really addicting…the rice was chewy and sweet, although as a Filipino I contend that Philippine mangoes are still the most delicious in the world!

Off to another country tomorrow for another meeting…whew!

Bangkok Thailand Food Travel Work Personal

Last Sunday afternoon, my family and I had dessert at Magnum Manila. I’ve written about this place before (click here and here), so this time, we tried their Apple Pie (Vanilla Magnum coated in caramel sauce, served with a slice of warm apple pie, chunky apple mash, pistachios and whipped cream). It was perfect for a rainy day.

Last Sunday afternoon, my family and I had dessert at Magnum Manila. I’ve written about this place before (click here and here), so this time, we tried their Apple Pie (Vanilla Magnum coated in caramel sauce, served with a slice of warm apple pie, chunky apple mash, pistachios and whipped cream). It was perfect for a rainy day.

Food Magnum Ice Cream Dessert Apple Pie Sweet

Myeongdong Kyoja | Myeongdong, Seoul
I met up with one of my good friends from business school who is based in Korea, and she told me that if there’s one restaurant that I shouldn’t miss in Myeongdong, it is Myeongdong Kyoja, which has been in business for around 40 years. We got their bestsellers, handmade kalguksu noodles and mandu (dumplings). Both were packed with juicy, meaty flavor, and I especially liked the handmade noodles. Their kimchi, however, was hands down, the SPICIEST kimchi I’ve ever tasted. It really made my eyes and nose water like crazy.

Myeongdong Kyoja | Myeongdong, Seoul

I met up with one of my good friends from business school who is based in Korea, and she told me that if there’s one restaurant that I shouldn’t miss in Myeongdong, it is Myeongdong Kyoja, which has been in business for around 40 years. We got their bestsellers, handmade kalguksu noodles and mandu (dumplings). Both were packed with juicy, meaty flavor, and I especially liked the handmade noodles. Their kimchi, however, was hands down, the SPICIEST kimchi I’ve ever tasted. It really made my eyes and nose water like crazy.

Food Travel Myeongdong Myeongdong Kyoja Noodles Mandu