Day 63/365: Uncle Cheffy

Day 63/365: Uncle Cheffy

March 4, 2011

Location: Uncle Cheffy
Address: Unit C Bellagio II Forbes Road, Forbes Town Center, Rizal Drive cor. Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City. For reservations, call them at (+632) 659- 8030.

A birthday treat from our dearest friend Jesseth Sy-Nalus at Uncle Cheffy. They have this famous brick oven pizza and BBQ Ribs which is really yummy. The desserts were all good with a fusion twist.

The place is nicely decorated with wooden bricks and ambient lighting. The service is very nice and it is a place where great friends and family can dine in and toast for a happy life.

Thanks to these wonderful couple Jesseth and Alexis!

Day 63/365

Day 15/365: Tourist Mode at Boni High

Day 15/365: Tourist Mode at Boni High

January 15, 2011 (Saturday)

Every weekend is always a busy day for our weekend bazaar for Goody Kefir @ Mercato Centrale in The Fort, Taguig. And The Fort is always on my top 3 choice whenever i need to dine in, shop, and simply just to chill out. I would say this place is really becoming the New Modern Urban Concrete Jungle of the Philippines. The modern landscape and architectural designs of The Fort always promotes the environmental friendly concept- the mix of greens and space, plus a well secured area. So no wonder why most of the first class urban living lifestyle is this area.

The Bonifacio High Street is located at The Fort Taguig City. The strip consist of high end shops and restaurants that connects to Serendra, A Mid to High Rise Condo Project of Ayala Properties. Boni High Street is the first open mall – garden concept in the Philippines, and having seen the parks and malls of USA and Asia’s neighboring country. Boni High Street is considered as first class place in the world.

Day 15/365

Where to dine and chill at The Fort?

Serendra, my favorite place is Abi, Contis, and Arama Cafe
Burgos Circle, Forbes Town Center – The Distillery, Cafe Juanita and of course Barcino!
The Fort Strip – the bars at the 3rd floor. I missed Piedra though, Jacksloft, and Establishment
Bonifacio High Street – The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Itallanis, Market Place, and Claw Daddy.

About the picture:

I am not a fan of taking a picture with landmarks in my own country, so I called it Tourist Mode but I guess it’s a good start to inform the world about the best and world class facilities in the Philippines. This is to be of help for the tourist and traveler’s themselves to have a visual idea where to find those place landmarks and maybe soon to be historical landmarks.

Oh what I am wearing?

The black cap is from Celio
The sleeveless shirt is from St Francis Square
The Khaki Short is from Metrowalk Shop in 2F
Shades is Rayban
and Slippers is from Surplus Shop