Office work has been pretty slack the past weeks. When the clock struck five, my officemates and I finally pushed thru our plan to eat at Sincerity Café and Restaurant. I call it our second Binondo food trip because the branch we visited was located in the said place. Actually, it was sort of a thanksgiving dinner for our having kept our jobs following the change in administration that had taken place in June.
After having a fantastic dinner at the restaurant, the boyfriend and I went straight to SM Manila. He bought a new Samsung phone with dual sim capability while I did some impulsive shopping at Surplus. I was proud of myself because I saw a lot of nice items but stuck to the essentials. By essentials, I meant a cream cardigan, a white tank top and a pair of funky sneakers.
Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt made its way into SM Manila a few months ago. It’s located at the ground floor, on the corner of SM Supermarket beside Cyberzone. I always see this yogurt shop whenever the boyfriend and I hit the mall after office hours. One random weekday I finally got the chance to try it. All I can say is, it’s my kind of yogurt.
The frozen yogurt at Tutti Frutti isn’t that affordable at P20 per ounce but its clean taste and natural flavor gives the value for money we, as consumers, always look for. I’m a big fan of yogurt (juice, frozen and as is) that liking my first cup of Tutti Frutti frozen yogurt wasn’t hard at all. I enjoyed each spoonful and even accidentally discovered a new topping that goes well with the creamy-tangy taste of yogurt — gummy bears! Try it and you’ll be surprised.
We had dinner at Yellow Cab last Tuesday night. I had been craving for their pizza and spaghetti with meatballs since last week. (The last time I ate at Yellow Cab was last year.) Edwin was paying his Globe bill at SM Manila so I didn’t have a hard time asking him out.
Food at Yellow Cab remains amazingly delicious. The brand is also doing well in the market. Somehow it makes me proud to be Filipino as I heard Yellow Cab is a 100% Filipino-owned company. Yeah, just like the eternally jolly bee. I wonder, though, why it’s been taking them ages to accept payment thru credit cards.