Entry Number 014: Coffee Boost for the Caffeine Dependent

Every lives of the sleep deprived worked to the ground and adrenaline pumping humans like my mom deserve a good cup of coffee to boost.   Like what my mom always said, "No cup of coffee was created equal. Some are cheap. Some are bad. Some are passable. Some are infused with love. Some are just made like they were handcrafted by a god." From the beans that were roasted to perfection, the perfect timed and pressured process -all the way to the beautiful crema on top and the temperature when you finally get to consume it; they are some of the many elements that makes a great coffee experience. So mom grabbed a cup in Coffee Culture Roastery along Alijis Road and it was one for the books.

You see, my mum is a full espresso coffee junkie so she knows her cup. As a pupper I can’t consume coffee because it is not good for me but mum never failed to teach me these things.

Coffee from pure arabica beans partnered by a rustic interior, this is a great place to work on blogs, meet friends and enjoy that boost of caffeine.

They have wide assortments of pastries that goes with your coffee so you can nibble on cakes while you go ahead with your day.

A good cup of espresso is only Php 70. All the better!!

Good price for a good cup.
How about you?

Are you a coffee warrior like mum too?


Entry Number 13: SuTuKil Seafood in Bacolod

Something unique in Bacolod are foodstops featuring “SuTuKil”. It is the short cut for “SUgba” (grill), “TUla” (soup) and “KILaw” (Fish Ceviche). These three ways of cooking are always the blockbuster in any Ilonggo buffet.

Now imagine this… SuTuKil – SEAFOOD STYLE!!!!! Wooooofff~~~  **Tail wagging**

Me and  mum love sea foods! We practically eat  whatever we see food that is sea food! Get it? Get it?

Diotay’s Eatery located in 12th st., Gatuslao Bacolod City 6100 is just the place to be.  From Scallops, big fishes, squids, crabs and prawns, they have it. You can buy the fresh supplies and have them cooked right then and there.


What is your favorite? This pupper loves the Grilled Blue Marlin and the Calamares.

Have you tried eating here?


Entry Number 012: A Piece of Luzon in Bacolod City

Have you ever felt that craving of something in particular?

Mom grew up in Manila. She told me that there is this type of pancit that has been popularized in Malabon and it taste delish~ ❤ Apparently, there is a place in Bacolod that serves the in famous Pancit Malabon and it is close to legit.

Tita’s Beth Pancit Malabon  is located along Lacson Street nearby Rolling Hills. This savoury noodle dish that originated in the City of Malabon. It resembles the Pancit Palabok but instead of meat – an array of seafood toppings, egg and chicharon on the traditional tough and thick rice noodles distinguishes this dish.


Price ranges from Php 75 (solo serving) to Php 600 for hefty serving for groups~

All the love for food that we miss!<3

Have you ever tried this one before?


Entry Number 011: Load Up with Protein. meat.Meat.MEAT!!

Imagine this, stack after stack of well-seasoned beef, slow grilled to tender perfection, served with fresh lettuce, cucumbers and onions, topped with cheese and special sauces. Nomnomnom!

I think everyone would agree that protein is life after a week of deathly exams so that is exactly what mom and I did. We went to HOMESITE SHAWARMA at Homesite, Paglaum Street, Brgy. Montevista, Bacolod.

Last picture: Photocredit – grabbed this from their FB page because we went there for dinner and we compeletely forgot to take a picture. 🐶

Shawarma rice! How pinoy could you get? We eat anything with rice! (First pictures)
Puppy personal nomnom fave….. TACOOOOOOOSSS! (Third picture)

Price ranges from Php80 and above. Worth the food, and serving. 

Surely, this one is NOT the usual commercialized and watered-down shawarmas out there.  

All filled-up without being guilty.
Have you been there?

What’s you favorite?

Entry Number 010: of Sweets and Potato Treats

Great things starts in small beginnings – and that small thing could be your good old potato.

Since mom and I went to Mabinay Springs with family again, we made sure we did a little stop over for some sweet something for the road. 

Potatoes. We know an array of ways to serve this root crop… but who could guessed it would take a crown for desserts too. MILA’S RESTAUTANT along the Highway of Hinigaran, Negros Occidental – near the public market and 711 Store is known for their Potato Cakes.

This heavenly treat of multi-layered soft cake topped with crunchy caramel is something everyone should try.

This small serving is only PhP75~

They are also known for other treats like Royal Bibingka, Fruit Tarts and Buko Pies. All of them are baked to perfection, melts in your mouth and fills your sweet cravings.

Make sure you come by a little early because the line could grow long and the competition for the last slices is tough.

Have you tried this before?


Entry Number 009: Go Loco with Coco

Have you ever had a chance to eat in a restaurant that will serve anything and everything with coconut and its derivatives? Oh yeah… A healthy boost from the miracle plant is served by Dana Buko Cocktail is located in Hi-Strip 3, Circumferential Road, Bacolod City.

From the interior designs, fixtures and food… everything has coconut or, at least, cocconut water in it.

We had several foods to try. But, this puppy says it is a must that you guys will be able to try the following:

– Chicken Kulma

– Chicken Binakol

– Asado Rice Topping

– Buko Pandan

– Macapuno

Please note that for all you who are not into sweet things, do tell your staff how would you like them to serve your desserts and drinks. This will ensure that they won’t add another dose of sugar in your order.

We paid less than PhP 500 for the two of us pigging out that day.

What is your favorite food from “Buko” ??

Tell us in the comment section below.

Entry Number 008: Breathing Fire with Sisig

Craving for sisig that fits the budget of a pooritang puppy? Kubo Sa Lawn  located in P. Hernaez st.(libertad extension) Bacolod CIty is a must go place for just that. They offer many variety of Filipino food items and is a nice quiet place for a quick meal and a bottle or two with friends.

KSL, as locals call it, has a cool outdoor ambiance perfect for hanging out and food trippings.

It is a must for everyone to visit this place that you will have to order their Pork Sisig.

You can tweak how spicy you want it to be from the kitchen and add some more if you want to start breathing fire.

One serving can be shared by 2 persons so it is a good deal as it is.

Other than the usual average time of  prepping of 30 to 40mins… the place is really good.


How spicy do you want your sisig???

Tell us in the comment bar below!