Comfort + Good eats at the Frazzled Cook



On the busy lane of Tomas Morato lies Scout Gandia, a familiar route for me when I try to get to places I have to go. Since I have to go to events and my departure spot always ends up in Quezon City I have to be familiar with my turf. So I’ve seen The Frazzled Cook time to time but I’ve never been inside, I’ve seen it also as a familiar shooting spot for telerseryes and movies. I love the front door, its a big round door – reminds me of Lord of the rings. Its like a hint of New Zealand and Santorini vibe for me. (The place is just along Scout Gandia across PKDF)

I would like to apologize, If I don’t get to provide much needed photos. When the bloggers had a sit down with the owners, I was like able to like catch up with them a bit late because I came from duty and a lot of shenanigans happened but I was able to try and eat what they have to offer. I ended up not able to picture how it looks before being chowed down.  So maybe my honest words would be enough to make this review. And I lost all my files in my memory card too :(( Relieved I was able to save some photos.

Interior wise, very cozy and a mixture of different elements brought up together and it looks well put. They have function rooms to accommodate as well. Many decors from around the globe, that’s why frazzled cook is all about international cuisines made for the Filipino Palette. There are a lot from their menu to choose from and they have also a good selection of wines which I noticed. Nice to pair a glass of wine with their meat entrees. The menu is affordable to the Pinoy Foodie and you can bring friends and family to bond over with good food. -Not noisy and not crowded. On weekends they are open from 11 AM TO 1 AM and on weekdays 11 AM To 11 PM.

Paella Negra
Pancake Ala Mode

Bestseller is their Paella Negra, it is topped with your favorite seafood and veggies- full of flavor in one dish. I tried their kebabs kinda tweaked it to somehow savor yet a little sweet (as I could remember – very Pinoy) and Salad served with lots of lettuce (which I notice which pinoys love to emphasize when it comes to their salad and a subtle dressing to be drenched with). I wasn’t able to try their pizza, but the bloogers said it really tasted good that’s why I ended up not able to try it because I came late and all was gone so It must be really that good. Well they also have a variety of desserts, they let us try the Pancake Ala Mode topped with pinoy vanilla ice cream- who says you can’t have breakfast for dessert. I still look forward to going back and bring my friends (I am all about food and endless chika).

Follow The Frazzled Cook on Instagram @thefrazzledcook




Yellow Cab Pizza: Get straight to the Good Stuff!

Who doesn’t love pizza? Stuffed crust, thin and thick all shapes and forms no doubt who doesn’t love pizza. Yellow cab has already established a name to the Filipino go to place to eat quality served pizza. I got the chance to actually step in the actual kitchen and personally make my own new York style  pizza and know the qualities of making a delicious and sumptuous crust heaven made pizza straight from the oven of Yellow Cab. I was invited to the re-opening of Yellow Cab Mega Mall branch, located at Building A Second Floor. (Coming from the main back of Mega Mall, take the escalator going up as you turn to your Right, at the left side – spot on) Hope my directions could help because as a blogger, I feel obligated to actually lessen your ease to ask Manong guard haha.


Entering the kitchen of Yellow Cab made me realize the dynamics of creating a masterpiece also has science, art, math and ofcourse culinary. You just don’t dump toppings here and there! The thing that I could recall from my experience making “New York’s Finest”, every ingredient has a specific weight/ amount (Sorry, I forgot to take note of it), I learned that when you spread Parmesan cheese, don’t pour a mouthful, I am so guilty sprinkling tons of parmesan cheese on pasta, it has to be spread in minimally. As you grasped the parmesan, have your hand  like a crab’s pincer , spread evenly at the entire crust but don’t overdue it- it would make the pizza very salty. Then when you place the toppings, there is an art and science to it, those near the end part should be place at the edge since the pizza gets flattened and expands in the oven.

I deserve a pat on the back, not bad for my first time. My friends said what a made was “masarap naman and flavorful” 🙂

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Yellow cab as a pioneer pizza company provides fine and fresh ingredients, I would personally recommend the New York style pizza, not jut its loaded with cheese and generous topping, it has that savory palette. Something different from the usual classic for you to try when you visit.

Everytime I go to Baguio, the family orders the classic Pepperoni from Yellow cab and my bestfriend let me tried the “Darla”, you have to wrapped the leafy veggie(forgot what you call it), into a roll and you eat it. I heard only Yellow cab does this. So from the ordinary pizza place, yellow cab has a very interesting menus and innovations- , very New York and kinda Pinoy.


Letting the Pinoys have a taste of New York, based from the company’s mission:  to share a slice of New York to the Filipino people.Hoping to visit New York anytime soon to have that experience of what it is like (Add that to my bucketlist). As said on their website what makes Yellow Cab different, which I agree- New York-style pizza is crisp and slightly charred in the bottom, dense and chewy in the middle, and slightly gooey on top. And that’s just the crust. Top it off with a generous serving of the freshest, highest-quality ingredients, and you get—simply put—great New York-style pizza.-Yellow Cab



As I explore their menu, the price is just right (   and its not purely pizza they also have chicken wings! For promos, combos, price rates and know what’s hot visit their webpage Instagram: @yellowcabpizza

Photos by: Mark Carlo Lamor | Krizia Catapang

Summer Season Love For Local

The 6th leg of Mandala Park continues for its love for local delicacies in match with your ultimate blues playlist by Bleu Rascals. It is the ultimate kick off for summer! Reminding us that summer ain’t fun without digging in into sumptuous food and being with the people we love.


March 19, 2016, Mandala Park will transform its green, open space into a venue for their well-curated merchants to showcase locally sourced and crafted produce to provide a platform for holistic wellness in the middle of Metro Manila’s hustle and bustle.

A special pop-up zumba class for kids was held as soon as the market opens for the visitor’s kids. Licensed zumba instructor William Cabelin hopes to teach kids that as early as their age should really be engaing in an active lifestyle.

Still some familiar local merchants were still there at Mandala Park & time usual my faves  like Scout’s Honor and Le petit soufflé were not there this time (You could visit them at Hole in the Wall, Century Mall). My other faves,  Ginegerale Stanford and Shaw and Ribs from Ribs Manila were present and cannot be missed. Recently the sweet fries from PuNta and also their burgers. Yet at every Mandala Park visit, I try different foods from vast selection of Merchants. This time I tried Bayani Brew, I am a fan of the kick-ass lemongrass (best seller) and it’s just P50.



New faces, such as East meets west with 3 specialty burgers E.M.W. Classic, U.F.O. Unidentified fried onions and Burger meets Bagnet. THC, Truly Home made chips flavors such as Sour cream (my fave), Barbeque, Bacon!, Cheddar, Sweet and Salty either in Potato chips or their thin & crispy Camote chips For orders call 09178431624 Follow @THChips. and Ziazan, Mediterranean Mezze like Hummus.Spicy Black Bean, Babaghanoush, Muhamarra and Pita Bread. Noticed a new stallcalled Cucina selling local liquid detergents, I like looking at things that are really useful at home.

East Meets West
Truly Homemade Chips




Big offers at BIG JAP!

It seems as I get older the more I appreciate Japanese food – Now I love Tempura SRLSY.


Well if you want to spend atleast P499 of UNLIMITED Tempura and Big Chops (with UNLIMITED rice, drinks and dessert). Head over to BIG JAP – Located at 24 H Apartment Hotel, P. Ocampo Street, La Paz, Makati City – few blocks coming from Ayala. Opening hours Monday-Thursday and Sunday 7 AM- 10 PM and Friday-Saturday 7AM – 12 Midnight ( For more information, menu and rate them when you visit at Zomato

Ain’t that a catch for P499! Very tummy fulfilling,  yes, it is “masarap” and worth spending for. For the dessert, you choose either Buco Supreme (my fave), Coffee Jelly with ice cream and Banana Surprise.For the drinks, selected items. A variety of sauces included to dip your fave tempura and big chops Garlic Teriyaki, Wasabi Mayo and Tempura sauce. 

Team Sumo

Big Jap also offer Big group meals such as your TEAM SUMO p758: Pork Temppanyaki, Chicken Teriyaki and Sakana Furai Good for 4 mix and match sumo platter, comes with Yakisoba, Nikuyasai itame, gohan and red ice tea.


As mentioned earlier, the desserts fall under SUMO SEXY (Big servings)Buco Supreme – P65  , Coffee Jelly – P65 with ice cream and Banana Surprise Small P85 and Large P125.


The all time Japanese Favorites now made affordable, mine is GYUDON (Beef with shitake & egg – P190 ) , OYAKUDON (Chicken with onion and egg – P175) and RAMEN (Shoyu) -P220. For others you can refer to the menu (link) posted above. 

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After dining, maybe you want to chillax and sing to oldies but goodies, ultimate hugot playlist and millenial tracks at their videoke room to atleast fill up a bunch. Rates vary, package inclusive of 3 hours of videoke room.

SET A P 3599 (10 Pax): 10 drinks (beer, juice and ice tea) , peanut platter, 2 orders of asian chicken, 1 order gyota, 1 order chilli poppers.

SET B P 3599 (10 Pax): 10 drinks (beer, juice and ice tea) , 2 orders of Chicken Salpicao, 2 orders Big chops, 2 orders  calamari sticks and 10 plain rice.

SET C P 4699 (15 Pax): 15 drinks (beer, juice and ice tea), 3 orders big chops, 3 orders calamri sticks, 2 orders chicken teriyaki, 15 garlic rice.

SET D P4699 (15 PAX): 15 drinks (beer, juice and ice tea), 3 orders Chicken Katsu, 3 orders calamari sticks, 2 orders pork teppanyaki, 15 plain rice. 


If you plan to rent the pool area and enjoy rounds of billiards for P1500 24 hours, inclusive of breakfast.

Photos: Krizia Catapang


Love month at Mandala Park Weekend Market

On its 5th leg, Mandala Park has been making a buzz on social media, spread by word of mouth and been highly anticipated every month by foodies. Mandaluyong has bloomed to be the center of lifestyle and wellness in the metro. In celebration to that Mandaluyong tends to promote all greens and healthy living as well and also giving back to the community.


At the heart of Mandaluyong city lies the seat of Litton Legacy, the former site of the company’s textile plant now called Liberty Center. Today Litton is recalibrating its core and is relaunching Liberty Center as a new intergrated mixed use developement called MANDALA PARK. (Mandala is a symbol of balance and focus).

The first time I attended Mandala Park Weekend Market last month, I really had a great time over sumptuous food and rad jazz music with my favorite people in the world (my friends). Every Mandala Park Weekend Market always have different themes. This love month is about love for local.



February 20, Saturday, Mandala Park once again transforms its green, open spaces into a venue for their well curated merchants to showcase locally sourced and crafted produce and provide a platform for holistic wellness in the Middle of Metro Manila hustle and bustle. In collaboration with the Philippine Culinary Heritage to help spread the “love for local” and give the spotlight to merchants who inspire us to love our own Pinoy heritage. Before the event there was a yoga class with Flow Retreats- promoting wellness and holistic state.





Again the line up of stalls this month were a lot in number compared to the last time, there were familiar and new faces. My favorite gingerale by Standford and Shaw Brewing still there, Scout’s Honor’s  craft cookie milkshakes, Le Petite Souffle and Ribs Manila were there. Other familiar merchants – Asiong’s Carinderia, Jonas Manila known for their “pares”, Bayani Brew, Craftpoint brewing company Out of the box bulletproof coffee, an Fog city creamery (ice cream!), Wrapped Shawarma and YAKANG YAKA Bater (handmade and local products) – BLOGPOST link at



This time I’ve tried PuNta dishes, they were also there the last time. I love their burger meal, topped with egg on the meat patty and their flavorful savory and sweet fries to match with the burger for around PHP 200+.


New faces such as Atsui Apparel (minimalist japanese fashion), Explorer Wax Co. (homemade scented candles), Local household names Edgy Veggy and Pok’e Boy. Filipno Comfort food by Homemade Treasure’s Ensaymada. We have international bites from Huat Pot (Taiwanese-style hot pot) and Taco Vengo (Mexican food).


Last time the music was about rad and loud jazz stylings, this time is the cool and up beat acoustic night – very pinoy chill vibe playing to top chart hits. Philippine Popular Music Festival alumna, Keiko Necesario serenaded the crowd with her original compositions and covers.

So I do suggest to still keep posted with MANDALA PARK WEEKEND MARKET happenings and bring your friends and family too! Follow their Instagram page @mandalaparkph and like their FB page on  facebook for updates.







Foodcrawl at Mandala Park Weekend market

(c) Charlene Ajose

It was my first time to be attending Mandala Park Weekend Market, I’ve heard about it before and I am glad to be attending the 4th installment –compare to the previous events, this was like the most jam-packed and it was a blockbuster. At times like this, it’s better to bond over a day filled with sumptuous food with good friends by your side.

(c) Charlene Ajose


Luckily my good pals, Ian and Vince know where the place is – glad to have my Mandaluyong boys to join me (They don’t claim it, but Mandaluyong/Shaw area is their turf.). And ofcourse my blogger bestie Charlene, was there and met a new friend , Alex. The event was at 312 Shaw Blvd. Brgy. Pleasant Hills Mandaluyong City (From S&R – you have to walk  a bit like what we did, mostly near Puregold) , January 16, 2016 on a Saturday.


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When we got there it was hard to pin point and choose because everything looks delish SRLSLY (Walang diet diet haha).

We’ve asked around for recommendations and YES, the RIBS by RIBS MANILA by far was the bomb! All the while we thought it would take a long time to prep so that’s the first thing we purchased but it was just a few minutes and it was so yummy!. We got the P450 worth good for 2-3 persons and the next one cost around P800 plus. It was very “SULIT”!

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Then I heard about the Ginger Ale (I LOVE GINGERALE <3- it’s for my golden voice, kidding), by Stanford and Shaw for P200 you get a whole bottle, good for sharing and P100 for a cup. Best served chilled and should always be refrigerated, as printed on the label.

Standford & Shaw (c) Charlene Ajose

Cha loves green tea and we both love desserts, and yes we’ve ordered from Scouts Honor, craft cookie matcha milkshake topped with their signature cookies, I love S’mores and Cha got ofcourse a matcha cookie. For about P200+, If you want to try more of Scouts Honors treats and drinks visit them at Hole in the wall at Century Mall, also Le petit soufflé.

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My boys and I craved for rice meals as our main,  for the boys it’s all about “GAINZ”. So I got Longganisa with rice meal at D’Famous Imus Longganisa– I suggest you get eat it while its still hot, I had mine waited for too long but it was masarap – (3 pcs of longganisa and a huge serving of rice, for P100). Ian got Pares with rice from Jonas Manila, for P195 and Vince got a grilled chicken platter from Gostoso PirPiri, For P200.  

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We’ve seen stalls with unique names such as Puñta , Babci Kuchnia  and Mister Delicious. Familiar to our  taste buds and palette the Wrapped Shawarma. Healthy drinks from Pure Nectar, we wondered what Bullet proof coffee was, Beers & drinks from  Pedro Brew crafters and Bayani Brew. From the other side of the world, Madly British. Then there were other stalls, Trigo PH, Commisaire, Fog city, Asiong’s carinderia café and Good Food Community. Yakang Yaka Barter– sells handmade wallets, bags, and shoes. Perfect Mushroom, mushroom goods by the known mushroom king, Coach Marco, it was nice seeing him again, the last time I saw him was at the Jamba Juice tournament which I attended last year.

Yakang Yaka (c) Charlene Ajose

Completing the well-rounded and chill atmosphere of Mandala Park is a feature performance by one-man band Mikki Gozon, AKA Hoochie Coochie, as he delights visitors with his distinct acoustic blues sound.

(c) Charlene Ajose

 I got to experience Tarot reading, by Mysterium Philippines. From a deck of cards, you choose 15 cards. The guy named Martin, read he could sense a very anxious vibe with me and a lot of things are going on in my life- TRUE. I’ll be sharing with you some things he pointed out correctly. He laid down the cards into different sections, he said the only thing I lack in my life is TIME. I’m sufficient in every life aspect, in love life well I am still the Master of my faith (Love life this year is okay – Hi MOM! ), its just that I don’t have time. He said why not try Medicine, – I did not mention to him anything about my life and I am still exploring especially when It comes to my career path. I admitted to him my selfish reason and he said its okay but he said whatever you plan to do in life, You can balance it. His words were “Kaya mo naman!.”. From  2016-2017 I might still be figuring out life and still be chilling. One thing he pointed, he showed me a card- all pitch black and a splash of color only on a somehow candle lit fire, he said when it comes to friendships, I am the one who brightens up and always have a solution for everybody.

A Fact to share, Mandala Park weekend market is Litton & Co.’s way of giving back to the community by handing them a venue for bringing people together in celebration of the new year and the affirmation of the harmony that’s ahead for everyone. With amazing finds, relaxing music, and hearty homegrown food, the Mandala Park weekend market continues to inspire people to bask in the warmth of holistic health, wealth, and abundance.

So I do suggest to be updated with the next MANDALA PARK WEEKEND MARKET event and bring your friends and family with 🙂 Instagram @mandalaparkph and like their FB page on  facebook for updates.





Cali Burger PH Kiddie Meals: Mushroom Swiss Burger & Cali on Fire

We know that Cali Burger always serve fresh, and that our Pinoy palette has already coped with the western flavors. When Cali Burger open it doors to the Filipino market (February 2014), Filipinos young and young-at-heart still continue to patronize and dine. Serving mouth-watering, premium burgers that are made only from the purest and freshest ingredients.

From the sunny paradise and land of dreams that is the Golden State of California, comes a burger that is bound to bring out your inner Californian spirit and lifestyle. With its roots embedded deeply in the place that has always been in the forefront of many trends, CaliBurger has already shared its amazing burgers to different parts of the world: Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Dubai, Taiwan, Sweden, Seattle,  ofcourse Philippines!

Kids will always look forward to visit @caliburgerph because of their 2 specialty burgers (Mushroom swiss and Cali on fire) and Kid’s Meal – Fresh-cut fries with three piece chicken nuggets, served with “Color Crazee, Banana Catsup in: “Bubbly Blue”, “Goofy Green”, “Yummy Yellow”, “Radiant Red” on the blog soon. Photo by: @alexisdeocaris

Driven by the commitment to provide the best, most attentive and customer-friendly service. CaliBurger has recently launched two Specialty Burgers & a Kid’s Meals , Now kids have something fun to forward to dining at Cali Burger:

Photo by: Alexis Deocaris
Photo by: Alexis Deocaris

Mushroom Swiss Burger – 100% lean all-beef patty, with melted Swiss cheese, garden-fresh plump red
tomatoes, cool-crisp iceberg lettuce, grilled mushroom and garlic mayo dressing

Photo by: Alexis Deocaris
Photo by: Alexis Deocaris

Cali on Fire – 100% lean all-beef patty, with melted cheese, sliced onion, zesty Jalapeno
peppers, and our house made fire sauce.

Photo by: Alexis Deocaris

Kid’s Meal – Fresh-cut fries with three piece chicken nuggets, served with “Color Crazee, Banana
Catsup in: “Bubbly Blue”, “Goofy Green”, “Yummy Yellow”, “Radiant Red”. Kids love
it when imagination and food come together. The Caliburger Kiddie Meal is a sure
winner for kids. Delicious, and fun in one! We know that attractive and bright colors entices kids’ appetite so they can be eager to eat. Not only yummy, but also the fun that comes. They get to prepare a colorful dish before or while munching with the variety of colored catsups.

Its not only all about the dining experience but also having that precious “bonding-moments” especially with parents and their kids.

CaliBurger is also taking technology by the helm, creating activities such as Xbox Kinect, live NBA viewings, as well as private party packages at Century City Mall. Many things are also in the pipeline such as new menu items that are worth breaking that diet for.

To know more about CaliBurger and their offerings, you can visit the stores located at Timog Ave., Quezon City or Century City Mall, Makati City. LIKE us on or FOLLOW us at @CaliBurgerPH on Instagram and Twitter.

Quezon Buffet (Filipino + Spanish Buffet)



Dining in the heart of Quezon city, Envisioned by Grouppo Guevarra’s Inc. , Quezon buffet, brings that up-beat historical vibe with its minimalist design perfect for family mandatory photos and groupies. And ofcourse the pride of Quezon’s gastronomic delicacies.


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An array of food selection, Filipino favourites we love that are special delicacies of Quezon and Spanish fusion that influenced our local palette of flavors. From appetizers, dessert and main course, you’ll be able to spot on and not miss out Filipino dishes that were mostly popularized in the Spanish colonial area and till now millennials crave for.



Commonly asked when I get to blog a buffet , YES the prices are reasonable and Quezon buffet is located 2 F Fisher Mall, (Along Quezon Avenue – you won’t miss it), Quezon City. They are open during mall hours. The whole place can accommodate close to 200 pax with spacious function rooms that can accommodate 30-35 persons, respectively.

P368 – Weekday Lunch (Monday to Friday)

P468- Weekday Dinner (Monday to Friday)

P568 – Friday nights, weekends and holiday.


The bestsellers, Ocourse the famous PAELLA ( Mixture of rice, seafood and veggies – Mediterranean Spanish coast origin), LECHON BAKA, GAMBAS (Shrimp), DINAKDAKAN (Boiled and grilled pig parts). For the appetizers, Salad with Pako (fiddlehead ferns served with varieties of sauces. Then dessert, TURON WITH LANGKA (saba wrapped in lumpia wrappers served with langka syrup on the side) and Frozen Braso (Fluufy sliced cake with meringue and sweet custard fillings)

QUEZON: Paella


QUEZON: Chorizo Gambas
QUEZON: Dinakdakan


My  delish and faves were…! Let us start with dessert ( I have a sweet tooth) Well hello soft-served Do-it-yourself ice cream, AVOCADO (depends on what flavor is available- during the event was avocado and vanilla) was my fave along with UBE and TURON WITH LANGKA. From the appetizers, POTATO SALAD, MACARONI SALAD and the blockbuster CRUCHY FRIED KANGKONG (I love my greens). Then from the main course, the PAELLA ofcourse and I love anything that is with GATA (Coconut milk) DORY LAING, FISH WITH SALSA and HAMONADONG CHICKEN.


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QUEZON: Dory Laing
QUEZON: Hamonadong chicken
QUEZON: Fish with Salsa

selectionsMenu Spearheaded by Chef Kalel, specialized in innovative fusion and food carving. He has envisioned QUEZON as a place where guests can experience that “historic vibe” thru the food they serve. To elevate the local food scene. Chef Kalel emphasizes the use of local ingredients into his dishes.

with @chanelolivethomas


Like them at their FB Page:

Instagram: @quezonbuffetrestaurant


Countdown to a Tummy-Filling Experience: Get to know more of Foodgasm goes to Maginhawa


I’ll be one of the food blogger-judges for this upcoming “Foodgasm goes to Maginhawa” event. Very honored and humbled to be chosen, first of all.  Hope to see you guys there! Please don’t feel shy to approach me.

I’ve been getting all the workout I can do before the event since I’m considering this my ultimate cheat day haha!- approved by my Trainer and Nutritionist (The past few months have been challenging to lose weight, eating a balanced meal  and working damn hard, sweating your ass of in the gym can be exhausting)

Please do keep posted on my blog and on my instagram @krishgeekness (You can tag me, if you want – no worries and I’m sure to press LIKE and COMMENT hopefully)

Please do like their FB page and stay tune for the official HASHTAG.


Hungry and Stoked? Nuff said. A Tummy-Filling experience brought to you by the UP Economics Society, Foodgasm goes to Maginhawa

In partnership with

The Body Shop | Fight Factory Manila | Bacardi‪#‎ItsNotAPartyWithoutBacardi‬


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Get ready for the yummiest event of the season!

Make sure to get a Foodgasm ticket now and get a chance to taste and rate all the bite-sized versions of these dishes with no additional cost! There will also be freebies together with your ticket and a chance to win free prizes!

Please be reminded: Each ticket would automatically entitle you 1 set during the day. There will be Set A and Set B where the specific set that you would get would be determined through a first-come first served basis during the day itself. If you want to taste all the entries, you can buy two tickets, but be early to make sure there would still would be slots for both sets.

Reserve you tickets here:
*Tickets also available at the School of Economics and AS Walkway in UP Diliman and the Bgy Hall of Teachers Village East

Ticket prices Pre-selling P200 and Door Price P250


Meet the Participants

Crazy Chef | Food Clinique | Big B Burgers | Bagnet Rice Patong | Food Vine | Brazo | CJSS Griddle Steak and Chicken House | Dorissimo Cakes | FAT Cupcake | Saj’s Cakes and Pastries | The Fahrenheit | Chalkolate PH | Cookie ng Ina Mo | Blush Pastries by H&S | Pat’s Foodcart Enterprise | Maniego’s Plate | Teritopps | Egg-it Asian Street Food | Bugle Boy | Mandi’s Persian Grill | Meal Point Burger House | Mister Miswa | Only The Best Cafe and Dining | DonDay | Branda’s Canteen | Master Bakers | Lola Seseng | FAT Cupcake | Keyks by Kai | Empire Cakes | Sancho Churreria Manila | Chewy Treats by Claire | Chef’s Hub Enterprise | Beeth’s Oven


Foodgasm Goes to Maginhawa
October 17, 2015
Maginhawa St., Brgy Teachers Village East, QC


Get to know the media partners for the event!

media partners

Radio Jam 88.3 | Buhay Kolehiyo | Rappler | Click the City | When In Manila | Philippine Daily Inquirer | Tara Let’s

Get to know the partner organizations for the event!


Grip UP Sports Climbing Association | UP Society of Students for Korean Popular Culture | Ateneo Management Engineering Association | Ateneo Management Economics Ogranization | The Polaris Project | United Architects of the Philippines Student Auxiliary | UP Association of Civil Engineering Students | UP Association of Chemistry Majors and Enthusiasts | UP Assocation of Clothing Technology Students | UP Aniban ng mga Kabitenyo | UP Geology Majors’ Society | UP School of Economics Student Council | UP Theta Epsilon Sorority | UP Variates | UP Mathematics Majors Circle | Youth for Christ – Ateneo

Get to know the other  food blogger-judges for the event! (Please do check their sites too)


SwitiRoh Says | Foodamn PH | Gastronomy by Joy | Krish Geek | What Neil Writes About | Sarois Trip | Geoffreview | ForkSpoonManila | The Mind’s Worth | Lavishly Parsimonious | Be Carol | The Kitchen Goddess | Chuck Bravante | 365 Stories to Tell | What’s to Love PH | The Food Scout | I am a dekaphobic | Appetizing Adventure

Come in groups of 4 and battle it out with fellow foodies to win our cash prize and gifts from our sponsors.
Before Oct 17: P100/person
Day itself: P120/person
Contact: Gel Clemente 0917 804 0924

Get to hear some of the most promising acts and performers.
8PM onwards
Admission is free!
*Alcoholic beverages will be available

Shop with the various online shops and stores we have for you.
9AM til 12MN

Your favorite foodie event is back and tastier than ever, bring your taste-buds and we’ll see you there!

Also brought to you by

Curves | P&P Tattoo | Lydia’s Lechon

Media Sponsors

JAM 88.3 | | | Taralets! | | Philippine Daily Inquirer

With Our Major Organization Partners:
UP Association of Chemistry Majors and Enthusiasts, UP Society of Students for Korean Popular Cultur,e Grip Up Sport Climbing Association, UP Theta Epsilon Sorority, Youth For Christ Ateneo, The Polaris Project

Minor Organization Partners:
UP Geology Majors Society, UP Aniban ng Mga Kabitenyo, UP Association of Clothing Technology Students, UP VARIATES, UP Association of Civil Engineering Students, UP Mathematics Majors Circle, United Architects of the Philippines Student Auxiliary

See all of you foodies there on October 17! For what you need to know you can click on this link:…

For inquiries and questions, kindly email us at or contact Miguel Ramos, 09273138714.


Foodgasm Invades Maginhawa! A Tummy-filling experience :)



Enjoy a day filled with food, shops and entertainment of some of the best upcoming food establishments and performers in the Metro as The UP Economics Society and Barangay Teacher’s Village East

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A 40th Anniversary Celebration of Barangay Teachers Village East
October 17, 2015
Maginhawa St., Teachers Village East

Get ready for the yummiest event of the season!

Line-up of activities:

Get ready to taste and judge the best upcoming dishes the Metro has to offer.
Pre-Selling: P200
Door Price: P250
Reserve your tickets at
*Tickets are also available at the Barangay Hall and at the Ecosoc tambayan in the School of Economics, UP Diliman.

Come in groups of 4 and battle it out with fellow foodies to win our cash prize and gifts from our sponsors.
Before Oct 17: P100/person
Day itself: P120/person
Contact: Gel Clemente 0917 804 0924

Get to hear some of the most promising acts and performers.
8PM onwards
Admission is free!
*Alcoholic beverages will be available

Shop with the various online shops and stores we have for you.
9AM til 12MN

Your favorite foodie event is back and tastier than ever, bring your taste-buds and we’ll see you there!

Also brought to you by

Curves | P&P Tattoo | Lydia’s Lechon

Media Sponsors

JAM 88.3 | | | Taralets! | | Philippine Daily Inquirer

Food Bloggers:

Appetizing Adventure| | Foodamn PH | Forkspoonmanila | What Neil Writes About | |Geoffreview | Krish Geek |The Kitchen Goddess | What’s To Love PH | The Food Scout | Dekaphobe | Gastronomy by Joy | Be Carol | Sarois Trip | 365storiestotell | The Minds Worth | Chuck Bravante | SwitiRoh Says | Lavishly Parsimonious

Food Participants:

Egg-it Asian Street Food | F.A.T. Cupcake | Keyks by Kai | Pat’s Foodcart Enterprise | Chef’s Hub Enterprise | Big B Burgers | Empire Cakes | Stoners Soul Food To Go | Saj’s Cakes and Pastries | Meal Point Burger House | Mister Miswa | Only The Best Cafe and Dining | DonDay’s Korean Buffet | Bagnet Rice Patong | Food Vine Cafe and Restaurant | Brazo | CJSS Griddle Steak and Chicken House | Food Clinique | Dorissimo Cakes | MasterBakers | Maniego’s Plate | Lola Seseng | Bugle Boy | Mandi Persian Grill | Branda’s Canteen |Crazy Chef | The Fahrenheit | Chalkolate Ph | Sancho Churreria Manila | Cookie ng Ina Mo | Chewy Treats by Claire | Persephone’s | Beeth’s Oven | Teritopps | Thirdy’s Relleno Bangus

With Our Major Organization Partners:
UP Association of Chemistry Majors and Enthusiasts, UP Society of Students for Korean Popular Cultur,e Grip Up Sport Climbing Association, UP Theta Epsilon Sorority, Youth For Christ Ateneo, The Polaris Project

Minor Organization Partners:
UP Geology Majors Society, UP Aniban ng Mga Kabitenyo, UP Association of Clothing Technology Students, UP VARIATES, UP Association of Civil Engineering Students, UP Mathematics Majors Circle, United Architects of the Philippines Student Auxiliary

See all of you foodies there on October 17! For what you need to know you can click on this link:

For inquiries and questions, kindly email us at or contact Miguel Ramos, 09273138714.