It’s about gosh-darned time! When we last checked out Starbucks’s newest drinks, the Banana Cream Pie Frappe was left on our list. Today is the day that I sampled this drink. Is it any good, or will I be split asunder by it’s strange taste?
Let’s find out.
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It’s finally here! After being introduced in Singapore last month (at least according to my colleague), Starbuck’s Irish Cream Coffee Frappucino has hit Manila’s shores! But does it hold up to it’s name, or will it be condemned to be one of those once-only drinks?
Let’s find out.
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Gyro V is a Greek-inspired food stall located at the ground floor of SM Megamall’s Building A. Serving beef and chicken gyros on either bread or rice, the place is an interesting (and somewhat authentic) pick for your meals.
I ordered the Gyro Chicken Rice (the iced tea, unfortunately, was from Project Pie, as I felt the drink add-on was too expensive for my taste). The meal cost Php 130, and extra cheese comes at Php 10 while an iced tea addon requires an additional Php 55.
So, how was it?
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Food parks! The convenient solution to that craving for a quick bite when you’re tired of the regular fare! The place to see new dishes you haven’t heard of without breaking the bank! And the spot to hang out with friends after a long day at work!
But where are these places anyway? Don’t worry, I got you covered.
Check out my list of food parks around Metro Manila! And if you have a favorite (or want to tell me about one you discovered), drop me a line!