Monday, December 17, 2012

Dulcissima Bakeshop

There's a relatively new pastries shop in Batangas City opposite BDO in P. Burgos Street. 
It's Dulcissima Bakeshop! 
See the map clearly at

It was my brother Sam's birthday (October 27) when I first bought something from them. I really thought that their packaging was beautiful enough to be a gift; it looks elegant and expensive.
It has a striped texture, and along with the choiced design (perfect fonts and bake-girl "mascot") and color, it really looks elegant.

Sam receiving the pastries. :) He loved the cream puffs~!

I bought cream puffs, cupcakes and cream puffs with choco on top (I really don't know what it's called). 

 ₱ 18

 ₱ 20
My brother REALLY loved the cream puffs that I have to buy again because five pieces were too insufficient. 
Sam enjoying the cream puffs.

As for me, it's my favorite among the three too because the not-too-sweet filling and the caramel compliment each other.

As of now, the store already has a table for people who would like to eat there, but the single table and their space strongly suggests that their products are for take-out.

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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Lomi FaceOff!

Almost every corner/barangay in Batangas has one lomi house. It is one of the province's delicacy because it differs  from other lomi in the Philippines; it has viscous texture. 

In Alangilan alone, there are more than five lomi houses, mainly due to having many schools in the said barangay. But I frequent on these three lomi houses because I prefer their recipe; they are Emjaykas, Irene's and Mega. 

Want to try Batangas lomi but can't choose where to eat? Let me help you with:


Place: Ambience
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For the soup, the tastiest is Mega's. I think this is also why it's the most famous among the three. Their condiments are also tastier and have more variety than the other two. Although for viscosity, I like the Irene's more. It's also a factor that the lomi is viscous while it is being eaten, and Irene's last longest. (Though I had known a restaurant which served a longer lasting viscosity - Ynah's at Ilijan, Batangas City. Their famous seafood lomi is sorely missed - the restaurant closed already.) 
But for the toppings, I applaud the three for being generous with them. I have eaten at more famous lomi houses in Batangas and some of them even lacked onions and they can be counted in one hand. Emjaykas has the most number and variety of toppings (some fish or squidball, liver, meatball, egg). But because of I am a liver lover, I liked Irene's  more because their lomi has 2 slices of liver with the biggest size relative to the two. 
As for the condiments, the crushed, toasted garlic of Mega is the main reason for its high score. This is the unique thing in Mega that makes its lomi irresistible. 
For the ambiance,  Irene's definitely the best among the three. It has the biggest space for customers, and the cleanest too.

All in all, Irene's is the best lomi house for me. Try them all and share your experience with me. :)

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Brother and Sister's Korean Restaurant at Libjo, Batangas City

Since most of the industries here in Batangas City have Koreans as bosses and employees, it's just fitting to have a Korean Restaurant here. It was opened in May 2011 but because of its distance to other establishments, I have only eaten there twice. It is located in BSC Building opposite Camacho Trading  in Libjo, Batangas City.

To get there, my friends and I rode a tricycle (P10 per person) from SM City Batangas.

And, here we are! 
 We were the only customers when we got there so basically we hoarded the place. >:) The restaurant staff was friendly in assisting us to our tables and in getting our orders. Most of us were first timers: we weren't familiar with the Korean food names. Good thing the staff was very accommodating to our questions and he explained the menu to us.

In the ordered bulgogi, japche, gimbap and topokki.

But first, the sidings!

...Until the last piece!
I loved the nori and the peanuts. The kimchi and the other 2 sidings prepared us for Korean spice. After some minutes, our orders arrived!



Japche: what do you call the white strips there? I love it!
I did not have the time to take a picture of bulgogi because of hunger but it was beef with noodles and soup. It's my favorite dish so far. (I generally love beef dishes.:D) We really enjoyed the food especially the gimbap - it only took seconds for us to consume it. I also enjoyed the Korean taste of topokki, though my friends didn't because of its spiciness.

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I'll definitely visit again, but with someone who will pay for me, hopefully! :P

Friday, November 2, 2012

Batangas Foodtrip!

Since almost every week, my friends and I try meet up and eat somewhere new in Batangas (Batangas City mostly), and since Batangas has lots of restaurants, carinderias, lomi houses, beer houses and cafes, I decided to put up a blog for our food trips. :)

Blogging will never be this yummy. :)