Advertisements
Tag Archive | authentic

UPDATE: Chaya Restaurant

Back to Chaya!  V!

If you haven’t eaten here before, my fellow foodies, I’m hoping this update post will turn your cravings for Japanese cuisine on. (“,)

animal folk around Chaya Restaurant 2013

Animal folk at Chaya, birds that have Elizabethan collars of feathers, and lots of little koi in the pond, make a good pastime while waiting for the food.

Since my first post about this great Japanese restaurant in Baguio was a pretty lengthy one, I’m going to leave the coverage of our return visit as a photo blog.   To start things off, the Chaya menu. =D

Chaya Restaurant menu

*click photo for a larger view

Just like Read More…

Advertisements

Chaya Restaurant: Easy Peasy Japanesey Cookery

A lot of the time, food from other countries come out as interpretations when they’re served in the Philippines/Baguio City.  Meaning, they have a touch of something Filipino in them either in the way they’re prepared, the ingredients used as substitutes and so on.  While they still come out delectable, you might be out looking for what’s authentic.  As in the case of Japanese food, nothing beats the real deal.  Japanese cuisine is easy peasy… (dare I continue?   Read More…

Wood Nymph: Satisfaction Guaranteed!

Having moonlighted as an English tutor for Koreans for a couple of years, you could say that I’m pretty well versed in all foods Korean.  The most authentic you can get it would be when you eat at a student’s house.  When you stay at the academy for long hours, the lunch spread and the dinner spread is surely going to be Korean food, too.  Eating out, the most popular place for my students and their families is Wood Nymph.  Twelve years ago, it was just the establishment over at Military Cut Off.  A few years after, Wood Nymph, the Luneta Hill branch opened.

Pajori and Samgyeopsal at Wood Nymph

Pajori and Samgyeopsal

Side Dishes at Wood Nymph

I never thought Read More…

%d bloggers like this: