Is katsu the next Japanese food craze after ramen? It seems like places that serve tonkatsu have been making a splash in blogs! Let me tell you about the latest one I've been to, Saboten Japanese Cutlet in Serendra. It's beside Powerbooks and Mamou, where the Thai restaurant Silk used to be located.
After having dinner in Dayrit's (read my blog entry about this old favorite), I wanted dessert and coffee. Cafe Breton is just beside Dayrit's but T saw another place in the area called Park Avenue Desserts.
Yesterday, I was on girlfriend duty (aka watching T's basketball game), the least I could do since T watched "The Conjuring" with me against his better judgment. After the game, T had to hurriedly go to Makati for an errand and I tagged along.
We were famished after the errand (T
played basketball so what's my excuse?) but both not dressed to have dinner out. I was thinking anything meat, T was thinking roast beef. And where else can we go that's relaxed but serves really good roast beef? Dayrit's!
I know, I haven't written for so
long. Things became a little hectic and even if I wanted to share all
the good places I've visited recently, I just don't have the time (or
the energy) to write about it afterwards. But thank you to those who
encouraged me to keep blogging! Really appreciate it :)
Anyway, this is a super late post but might as well publish it since it's been sitting in my drafts folder. These are photos from the day the President delivered his State of the Nation Address for 2013.
In the morning, both houses of Congresses (the House of Representatives and the Senate) have their own sessions to elect their respective officers for the upcoming Congress. That's newly-elected Senator Grace Poe wearing a white Rajo Laurel terno.