New Cheesy Doughnut at Krispy Kreme, Rockwell Business Center

There’s something about the combo of sweet and salty: these flavors tend to provide a god counterbalance to each other, giving the taste buds an interesting sense of contrasts.  A great salty element to add to most sweets is cheese as can be seen in one of Krispy Kreme’s newest offerings: the Cheese Ring Filled Doughnut.

Imagine Krispy Kreme’s signature Original Glazed Doughnut but with a melted cheese filling that oozes out whenever you bit into it.  The sweetness of the fluffy doughnut and the richness of the gooey melted Cheddar cheese, especially with the Hot Chocolate I ordered with it. just gave me a warm happy buzz.

Krispy Kreme, Rockwell Business Center

Krispy Kreme, Rockwell Business Center

I bought a Half-Dozen Original Glazed Doughnuts to bring home to Hubby and the kiddies, but this cheesy sweet treat is just for me (#SorryNotSorry).

Krispy Kreme, Rockwell Business Center

Krispy Kreme, Rockwell Business Center

This delightful doughnut break took place at the Krispy Kreme branch located at the Ground Floor, Tower 1, Rockwell Business Centre, Ugong, Pasig City.  As it is just a few steps away from the Medical City, I was able to drop by and enjoy some quiet time after running some errands.  The store is open to serve the office workers in the Rockwell Business Center as well as the visitors of Medical City 24 hours from Mondays to Fridays, and 7am to 12mn on Saturdays.  The seating area inside is quite limited but people can opt to sit outside and enjoy the park-like view.

Krispy Kreme, Rockwell Business Center

Krispy Kreme, Rockwell Business Center

Krispy Kreme, Rockwell Business Center

Do try this new sweet treat from Krispy Kreme!

Krispy Kreme Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

A Matcha Treat at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Tomas Morato

The last among The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s limited-edition matcha line that I tried is the Matcha Affogato.

CBTL, SM East Ortigas

On one of my lunchbreaks, I headed on to the CBTL branch in nearby M Place along Mother Ignacia Avenue to try it out.  This branch offers coffee and tea addicts like me a place where they can relax and just hang out while getting our caffeine fix.  Its open concept layout and floor-to-ceiling glass windows give the place a bright and airy feel that provides an interesting contrast to the vibe provided by dark wood furniture and  colorful accents.

CBTL, Mother Ignacia

CBTL, Mother Ignacia

Did you know that CBTL invented Ice Blended drinks over 20 years ago?  In 1987, an employee brought a blender to the Westwood, LA store and mixed together ice, coffee extract and chocolate powder.  This paved the way for countless coffee lovers to enjoy their favorite drink cold.

This new addition to CBTL’s Ice Blended drinks, the Matcha Affogato (price starts at Php185), basically brings a caffeine, dessert and matcha fix in one delicious concoction. With the addition of frothy cream and a shot of espresso to its Matcha Green Tea Ice Blended drink, CBTL serves up an energy boost from the caffeine and the sugar rush.  The icy drink also provides a welcome refreshment during the hot midday.

CBTL, Mother Ignacia

CBTL, Mother Ignacia

CBTL, Mother Ignacia

CBTL, Mother Ignacia

While my favorite among the three new drinks in the matcha line is the Matcha Raspberry Latte, the Matcha Affogato Ice Blended still is a welcome addition to the arsenal of icy drinks that I can beat the heat with.

CBTL, Mother Ignacia

This Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf branch is located at M Place, Panay Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City and is open daily from 6.30am to 1am. For queries, call +63 2 7539372.

For more details on Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s limited edition matcha line, visit CBTL’s website, Facebook and Instagram pages.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Disclosure: I was provided promo codes that I can present to CBTL branches so I can sample the featured drinks for free.  

Luxurious Buffet Lunch at HEAT, EDSA Shangri-La

HEAT (Healthy Eating, Amazing Tastes) serves a showcase of the hotel’s Asian and continental culinary specialties.  It long had the cachet of having delicious and beautifully presented dishes amidst an elegant dining environment.

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

As a special treat for my mom on her birthday, I decided to take her to a buffet lunch at HEAT. Fortunately, I was able to book our table via Eatigo weeks ago, which gave us a 50% discount on the food bill.  Our booking was scheduled at 2pm but the buffet closes at 2.30pm.  Fortunately, we arrived at 1.45pm and the hostesses allowed us to come into the restaurant and dine earlier, thereby giving us more time to select our food and eat our fill.

The trick we try to follow when eating at buffets is to make a beeline for our favorites as well as the dishes we don’t get to eat frequently.  We also do not linger on carbs that will make us feel full.  Thus, among the kitchen stations we headed straight to were:

The Cheese, Bread and Cold Cuts Station. This station showcased a range of cheeses from mildly- to strong-flavored, savory spreads, as well as wraps and handmade breads from the pastry kitchen.

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

The Japanese Station. A showcase of sushis, sashimis and tempuras. Unfortunately, my favorite salmon sashimi was not available.

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

The Carving Station. We were able to get generous slices of prime beef rib, cooked to medium doneness, made even more flavorful by its well-marbled fat.  We also sampled the Salmon en Croute, delicious salmon wrapped in flaky puff pastry.

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

The Western Station.  This features an array of Mediterranean and continental main courses, of which the Greek Lamb Moussaka offered the most exotic taste.

Heat, EDSA Shang

The Filipino Station.  This showcases traditional favorites, of which we selected the lechon.  Sadly though, the lechon skin was not as crispy as we preferred.

Heat, EDSA Shang

The Dessert Station. Being a sugarholic, the highlight of my dining experience is no doubt the dessert station.  Here, all manner of treats from cakes, tarts, creams and more from EDSA Shangri-La’s pastry kitchen to satisfy one’s sweet tooth abound. Standouts include the nutty chocolate bark, the tiramisu, the pecan tarts, the raspberry panna cotta, the flourless charcoal truffles (which stained our teeth black, hehehe), and the Orange Cardamon Gateux.

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

Heat, EDSA Shang

We also washed our meal down with a Passionata and Dalandan Lemonades.

Heat, EDSA Shang

Considering the sheer quantity and variety of food, the elegant and well-appointed surroundings, the warm service of the wait staff, and the sizeable discount of the buffet bill, my birthday treat for my mom was happy indeed.

She is already planning to ask my dad to take her here for Lobster Night, hehehe!

Heat is located at lobby level of the EDSA Shangri-La Manila, 1 Garden Way, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City and is open daily from 6am to 12mn.  For reservations, call +63 2 6338888.

Regular Buffet Rates:

  • Breakfast (6am to 10.30am | Mondays to Saturdays): Php1,985
  • Lunch (12nn to 2.30pm | Mondays to Saturdays): Php1,985
  • Lunch (12nn to 2.30pm | Sundays): Php2,400
  • Lunch (12nn to 2.30pm | Sundays with overflowing beer and soda): Php3,275
  • Dinner (6pm to 10.30pm | Mondays to Thursdays, Sundays): Php2.425
  • Dinner (6pm to 10.30pm | Fridays to Saturdays): Php2,715 (Mad for Lobster Night on Fridays and Wagyu Night on Saturdays)

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Heat - Edsa Shangri-La Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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Speakeasy-type bar scene at Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

Don’t Tell is a bar tucked away in a building along with other dining establishments along Scout Rallos Street in foodie-friendly Tomas Morato area. Taking its cue from Prohibition Era speakeasies in the US, this bar serves as a haven for young professionals, a place where they can unwind after their work day or party it up during the weekend to hip-hop and R&B tunes.

Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

Together with fellow Zomato foodies, I was invited to its exclusive #KeepItHush party where we were treated to free-flowing drinks along with performances from celebrity DJs.

The free-flowing drinks consisted of one’s choice between Jack Daniels whiskey or vodka, with option to add either Coke or Sprite. I then opted to sample a Jack-with-Coke and, the drink I used to have during my college days, Vodka with Sprite. And since I’m in a bar, I thought I might as well order my favorite drink: so I got myself a shot of Bailey’s as well. 🙂

Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

The bar chow that we ordered were pretty standard and were served immediately:

Chicken Tenders (Php299). Chicken tenders glazed in a spicy sauce.

Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

Truffle and Parmesan Fries (Php289). Large wedges of fried potatoes seasoned with truffle oil and parmesan crumbs.

Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

Chili Beef and Cheese Nachos (Php450). Crisp nacho chips topped with jalapenos, chili beef, shredded lettuce and salsa.

Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

Beef and Mushroom Salpicao (Php389). Beef tenderloin and button mushrooms sauteed with garlic confit in olive oil.

Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

I had to pull a “ninja move” and disappear before the party really got going as this bar scene, with the constant music and dim lighting, isn’t really my thing. However, those who like to party will surely appreciate the youthful energy of the place.

As for me, I got some good chow and a couple of great photo opps, so I’m not really complaining. 🙂

Don’t Tell, Tomas Morato

Disclosure: Together with other Zomato foodies, I was invited to attend a party held in this bar.  The food items mentioned here were served to allow us to sample the fare and were not paid for by the attendees, including myself. The exception to these are the Chicken Tenders and Bailey’s shot which I paid for.

Don't Tell Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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HBO Original Documentary “Jane Fonda in Five Acts” to premiere September 25 on HBO Go

Girl next door, sex kitten, activist, fitness tycoon: Oscar-winner Jane Fonda has lived a life marked by controversy, tragedy and transformation, and she’s done it all in the public eye. Directed and produced by award-winning documentarian Susan Lacy, JANE FONDA IN FIVE ACTS, an intimate look at her singular journey, premieres in Asia the same time as the U.S. on Tuesday, September 25 at 8am, exclusively on HBO GO.

Jane Fonda has been vilified as Hanoi Jane, lusted after as Barbarella and heralded as a beacon of the women’s movement. This film goes to the heart of who she really is, a blend of deep vulnerability, magnetism, naiveté and bravery, revealing a life transformed over time.

The documentary draws on 21 hours of interviews with Fonda, who speaks candidly about her life and her missteps. She explores the pain of her mother’s suicide, her father’s emotional unavailability, 30 years of an eating disorder and three marriages to highly visible, yet diametrically opposed, men. JANE FONDA IN FIVE ACTS also includes interviews with family and friends, as well as rare home movies and verité footage of the 80-year-old Fonda’s busy life today at, as she puts it, “the beginning of my last act.”

Where “girls” of her generation were raised to be passive and compliant, Fonda has always seemed like very much “her own woman.” But her memories reveal the extent to which she was defined and controlled by the desires, ambitions, and fortunes of the powerful men in her life, and how much her own secret insecurities, unresolved anxieties and impulsive actions often prevented her from being the person she aspired to be.

Featuring interviews with Robert Redford, Lily Tomlin, producer Paula Weinstein and former spouses Tom Hayden and Ted Turner, among others, the first four acts of Fonda’s life are named after the four men who shared – and hugely influenced – her personal and professional ambitions. The fifth act is named after Fonda herself, as she finally confronts her demons, reconnects with her family and resumes a successful career as both an actress and an activist, entirely on her own terms.

Fonda recalls growing up “in the shadow of a national monument” in the form of her father, Henry. One of the most beloved actors of his time, the elder Fonda was a distant father in private, neglecting his family and having an affair while her mother descended into mental anguish that led to tragedy.

Fonda’s name and good looks brought her modeling gigs and a chance to study acting with Lee Strasberg, but “it never felt real,” she recalls. She impulsively went to France to experience the cinematic revolution of the French New Wave, and married director Roger Vadim, agreeing to live a “heady and hedonistic” life and reluctantly allowing herself to become a sex object with films like “Barbarella.”

Fonda’s proximity to leftist politics in Paris inspired an awakening about America’s role in Vietnam. Despite being a new mother, she threw herself into anti-war activism, eventually earning the nickname “Hanoi Jane” and a place in the crosshairs of the Nixon administration, and meeting her second husband, activist and organiser Tom Hayden.

“I’m proud of most of what I did,” Fonda recalls of the period when she became a divisive political figure, “but very sorry for some of what I did.” While her acting career soared in films like “Klute” and “Coming Home,” she lived a deliberately stripped-down life with Hayden and their son, Troy Garity (who recalls the family arriving at the Oscars in a station wagon), funneling just as much energy into Hayden’s career and ambitions as her own. She produced an exercise video to raise money for their political work, only to see “Jane Fonda’s Workout” become the best-selling home video to date.

With a newfound sense of purpose, Fonda began to confront her chronic discontent, leaving Hayden, going “cold turkey” on a lifelong eating disorder, learning more about her mother’s life and death and fostering an emotionally creative reunion with her father on the film “On Golden Pond.” Buoyed by the affection of third husband, billionaire mogul Ted Turner, she went into semi-retirement, until she recognised that she still had more to contribute and finally struck out on her own.

Today, still challenging herself creatively and still active politically, Jane Fonda continues to demonstrate that there is no limit to the possibilities in a life full of self-determination, honesty and hard work.

Susan Lacy is the creator and former executive producer of the celebrated WNET series “American Masters,” which is shown on PBS in the US. She has won countless awards, and has produced and directed a broad library of acclaimed films exploring the lives of America’s most enduring cultural icons. Her previous HBO documentary, “Spielberg,” debuted on the network in October 2017 and was recently nominated for an Emmy® in the category of Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special.

HBO Documentary Films presents a Pentimento production; produced and directed by Susan Lacy; produced by Emma Pildes and Jessica Levin; edited by Benjamin Gray; co-edited by Kris Liem; director of photography, Sam Painter; music by Paul Cantelon.

Show details and image provided by HBO in a recent press release.

Disclosure: I work for SKY and part of my job is promoting its products and services, especially the content it provides to its subscribers. I consider being able to share my love for TV shows and movies and the experience of watching and talking about them with like-minded people some of the biggest perks of my job.

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Agnes of God (1985). Fonda plays psychiatrist Dr. Martha Linvingstone who has to uncover hidden aspects of a young nun’s personality.


On Golden Pond (1981). Fonda plays the estranged daughter to her real-life father Henry Fonda.

A Vietnamese Experience at Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner is a newly opened restaurant situated at the corner of Esguerra Street and Eugenio Lopez Drive within the vicinity of foodie-friendly Tomas Morato.

It has a bright and airy interiors, helped by floor-to-ceiling windows that let in lots of natural light.  Various design elements and bric-a-bracs serve to bring the feel of Vietnam to diners such as straw-covered walls, colorful shelvings, and even a vintage bike!

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Vietnamese cuisine is characterized by fresh ingredients, aromatics and balances of various flavors.  It is also heavily influenced by its local terrain that sustains bountiful harvests of rice, coconuts, jackfruit and herbs; the cuisines of its neighboring countries particularly China that brought stir-fries and noodles; as well as influences from its colonizer, France, that contributed the baguette to the Vietnamese banh mi and meat broth to the pho.

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

These flavors and influences came into play when I brought a friend over to try out Saigon Corners offerings.  We split a hearty and healthy lunch which consisted of:

Goi Cuon | Summer Rolls (Php135).  Fresh rolls filled with pork, shrimp and lettuce, accompanied by a peanut sauce.  Vegetable rolls are usually the first course of a typical Vietnamese meal.

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Banh Mi Thit | Traditional Banh Mi (Php185). The Vietnamese took the French baguette and made it their own by adding to the usual cold cuts and mayo/butter spread the distinct flavors of local ingredients such as cilantro, chilis, daikons, carrots and cucumbers.

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Pho Bo | Beef Brisket Noodle (Php265).  The pho is the soul of Vietnamese cuisine.  Some say that when the French colonizers slaughtered cattle to feed their appetite for steak, Vietnamese cooks resourcefully took the scraps and other rejected bits to add protein to the pho.  This pho consists of a flat noodle soup with bits of beef and other flavorings such as star anise, cardamon and cinnamon bark, among others.

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Banh Da Lon | Scotch Brite Panna Cotta (Php100 for 3 pieces).  I did a double take when I read the name of this dessert.  Come to think of it, it does look like a Scotch Brite scouring pad.  It is a steamed layer cake that has a sticky and chewy texure and tastes slightly of pandan.

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

And since I took advantage of a Metrodeal offer which gave me Php500 worth of food for only Php299, we were able to get a significant discount on our bill!

It was a filling lunch that also transported us to Vietnam, thanks to fresh flavors of the food and the friendly assistance of the wait staff. In fact, they let me while away the waiting time for our meal by playing around the place!

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner, Tomas Morato

Saigon Corner is located at 40 Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City, open Sundays to Thursdays from 11am to 11pm and Fridays to Saturdays from 11am to 12 midnight. For inquiries and reservations, call +63 2 3680795 or +63 998 8491763.

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Eat Real Vietnamese Food: A Step By Step Guide to the Classic Cuisine of Vietnam. With over ninety delicious, classical Vietnamese recipes, some of which may not be available elsewhere as Vietnamese chefs are notoriously secretive concerning their recipes, readers are treated to clear, easy to follow, illustrated step-by-step directions as well as the historical background of the dish.


Lemongrass, Ginger and Mint Vietnamese Cookbook: Classic Vietnamese Street Food Made at Home. From phở and spring rolls to bánh mì and rice porridge, authentic Vietnamese food is as rich as the culture from which it comes―and replicating these dishes at home is easier than you might think! With the clear-cut guidance in this Vietnamese cookbook, you’ll enjoy cooking Vietnamese food just as much as you enjoy eating it.


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Stylish and tasty burgers at Pound by Todd English, Eastwood City

While most of the burgers I encounter tend to be on the laidback and downhome in terms of ingredients and aesthetics, every once in a while, I get to encounter a few of these which are more of the trendy and stylish variety.

The burgers in Pound by Todd English are of the latter kind.

An offshoot of the burger station of the Todd English Food Hall in Bonifacio Global City, Pound by Todd English, follows brings a simple menu of reasonably priced burger hits that are sure to interest burger enthusiasts out there, while offering a cozy and stylish nook in which to indulge their burger cravings.

Its branch in Eastwood City Mall, in particular, follows the Prohibition Era aesthetics of of its other branches. Distressed white bricks on the walls provide a gorgeous backdrop to dark brown-upholstered seats, marble-topped tables and brass mugs. Copper lanterns and tea lights provide warm lighting for the diners and the food masterfully presented in wooden trays.

Pound by Todd English, Eastwood

Pound by Todd English, Eastwood

Pound by Todd English, Eastwood

Hubby recommended going to Pound by Todd English branch for dinner during our family #Saturdate at Eastwood City with #ExhibitA, having already tried out its MOA branch with his officemates.

Our stylish burger dinner consisted of:

Onion Cube (Php90). Crispy battered onion rings shaped into an Instagram-friendly cube.

Pound by Todd English, Eastwood

Amsterdam Burger (Php280). Pound’s house ground beef patty accompanied by fried onions, pastrami, Gruyere cheese, sauerkraut, mustard relish and T.E. Sauce.

Pound by Todd English, Eastwood

Portobello Mushroom Sliders (Php280). Juicy mushrooms accompanied by caramelized onions, fried onions, lettuce, tomato and cilantro aioli. I don’t usually go for a resto’s vegetarian options but I found this quite flavorful and quite a welcome break from the heavier meals I’ve been indulging in lately.

Pound by Todd English, Eastwood

Pound by Todd English, Eastwood

Backyard Double Cheeseburger (Php380). Two ground beef patties accompanied by cheddar cheese, crisp iceberg lettuce, tomato and onion.

Pound by Todd English, Eastwood

All the burgers were sandwiched inside Pound’s lightly toasted, soft burger buns which were marked with the resto’s signature pound sign (or should I say hashtag sign?). 🙂

Pound by Todd English, Eastwood

I wouldn’t mind returning to get myself more of these luxe burgers.

This Pound by Todd English branch is located at the 2nd Floor, Eastwood Mall, Libis, Quezon City, open daily from 11am to 10pm.

Other branches are located at:

  • B3, Bonifacio High Street, 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
  • 2nd Floor, Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City
  • Ground Floor, Main Mall, SM Mall of Asia, Mall of Asia Complex (MOA), Pasay City
  • Level 1, Ayala Malls Vertis North, Bagong Pag-Asa, Quezon City
  • Ground Floor, Robinsons Place Manila, Ermita, Manila
  • Corte de Las Palmas, AlabangTown Center, Alabang, Muntinlupa City

Pound by Todd English Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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