This would be my last post for my blog, Love Yours. To be honest with you guys, I never thought that I would enjoy posting stuff in my blog and narrating my experience in everything that have made an impact to my life in these past years.

My last blog entry is about my experience about Jap food. For like first time in forever,  I actually enjoyed eating in a Japanese restaurant. Japanese food back then is just not my type but thanks to Jana for she made me change my impression towards Japanese cuisine. She showed me something that I have never experienced in my life. She insisted me to step out of my comfort zone and made me try the best things in life that I haven’t figured out yet. And I am very thankful for that. She made me try the Jap restaurant named Ichiro.
Ichiro is located at U-Mall, Vito Cruz. It is near DLSU and St. Scholastica so most of its guests are students. The prices for their meals are slightly expensive compare to typical fast food restaurants in the vicinity but despite of it, Ichiro is still a worth a try and it worth more than what you paid for.
The environment of Ichiro is very relaxing. It is very quiet and you will feel at peace. You can focus more on what food you’re eating because there are no distractions or noises inside. The place is also spacious and not crowded even though it is located inside a mall.
Their service practices a customer-centric manner. They will try to assist you and give you the greatest comfort as much as possible. As a first timer, I’m just a bit disappointed because Jana was the one who taught me how to properly dine in a Japanese restaurant. For me, educating their guests is a must so I have a suggestion that they should improve their service by informing and educating the guests especially the first  timers.
Let’s go to the food. The food very very delicious. We tried Chicken and Cheese Maki. For less than 200 pesos, you have a chicken and cheese maki together with a rice, special sauce, miso soup, and an iced tea. Talk about complete meal, eh?
Overall Ichiro is a must-try Jap restaurant for they offer quality Jap food that will make you go loco.




Me and my dad always spend some time together to “eat” and by that, we actually are able talk about life and happenings between us and to our family.  Since we didn’t see each other more often because I’m currently studying in college, we are finding ways to catch-up and bond. Recently we had our dinner together at Recipes in Greenbelt. He was craving for it so we decided to eat there.


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Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice

It was Black Saturday that time when Dawn of Justice first opened in theatres. The fam have been waiting for this movie for a very long time. So when we watched the trailer for the movie, we immediately search for when it will be showed in Philippine cinemas. Since then, we made our plans to watch it on the same day the movie will be showed in cinemas.

Since we’re from south, we have decided to watch Dawn of Justice at Alabang Town Center Cinemas. With all the hype for this movie, the queue for the tickets were so long. It took us an almost 20 mins for us to get a ticket for the movie. All of the theatres are showing Dawn of Justice only and all of the schedules are fully booked already. So we only got our tickets for the last full show for we already don’t have a choice. We didn’t like to go to other cinemas because for us, we think Alabang Town Center cinemas have the best cinemas that are just near to home. Luckily, it was during the Easter break when Dawn of Justice aired in theatres because if not, I don’t think that I could come with the fam for us to watch the movie together.


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Ang Favorite Book ni Jude

Teatro Tomasino is the official university-wide theater guild of the University of Santo Tomas. They are known for organizing stage plays and events within and outside the school premises. Last April 20, our block watched, “Ang Favorite Book ni Jude”, a stage play performed by Teatro Tomasino held at Albertus Magnus Auditorium.


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Four Seasons Buffet & Hotpot

Last March 27, Tita Jane invited us for a dinner since his husband, tito Aying, together with his family are balikbayans. It’s not the first time we actually spend time with tito Aying’s family for we already spend a summer together. Plus it was also the birthday of tito Aying’s dad, so it was a very memorable one. We celebrated the get together and the feast at Four Seasons Buffet at Manhattan Parkview in Cubao.

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