Since Chef Tatung opened it’s doors to foodies a few weeks ago, I’ve been itching to go to Acacia Estates, Taguig and try a lot of stuff from their menu. When I saw their slow roasted belly post, it had me drooling over it’s sheer awesomeness.
Behold!! Their Honey-Glazed Slow Roasted Belly, cooked in a brick oven for six hours, giving you this really tender meat with the fatty bits almost melts in your mouth, it’s really amazing.
When we have food trips around the Bonifacio High Street area I can’t help but to notice this seemingly awesome dessert place. I’ve always had my eye at Cake Club. It’s been at my bucket list of go-to restaurants for quite some time now. Last weekend I finally had the chance to try the place and had brunch there.
Was invited to Bar Dolci and got a taste of their new products. It was my kind of bar; one that doesn’t serve alcoholic beverages. Instead they have gelato, french macarons, and other savory stuff . So I was more than excited to go to Burgos Circle to munch on those yummy treats. 😀