Posts Tagged ‘Street Food’

GoodGood Milk Tea to Open Banawe Branch

Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

All of us want to start the year right – living a healthy lifestyle. Good thing my first milk tea for 2020 is a good one! Made with freshly brewed tea that’s good for your body. GoodGood Philippines opens first store in June 2019 and in less than six months they already have five branches, the newest will be celebrating its grand opening on January 9, 2020.

 

GoodGood Philippines

GoodGood Milk Tea

A true milk tea sensation from Ximending, Taipei, GoodGoodPH, offers a variety of blends that’s sure to alert every milk tea fanatic’s radar. True to its name, this trendy milk tea shop has been sharing its goodness around the Metro since its opening last June 2019.

And this coming January 9, 2020, GoodGood Philippines Banawe is celebrating their Grand Opening by treating the 1st 100 customers on that day with a free gift – an imported high-quality glass tumbler! Come and visit for more treats and surprises!

GoodGood Double B milk tea

GoodGood Double B milk tea

With their enticing array of drinks, from classic milk teas to their best-selling flavors like their Double B, Triple B with Cream or Black Rose Milk Tea, these hit drinks are made with high quality fresh cow’s milk and brown sugar.

Indulge in their cream cheese series that will have you craving for their Mango, Dragon Fruit, and Chocolate flavors for that right hint of creamy goodness. Starting the year right with healthier, and equally refreshing drinks? GoodGoodPH has got you covered! Check out their teas and smoothies made with fresh fruits.

GoodGood Banawe

GoodGood Banawe

Bring a smile to your face as you enjoy Green Grin’s medley of kiwi and coconut bits. Rev up your Instagram feed with the colorful Tropical Paradise and Strawberry Blonde smoothies that are sure to catch the eyes and hearts of all your friends on social media. Complete your day with their Sunset Tea that has refreshing and yummy orange pulp.

Treat yourself with a bit of extra on your favorite drink with their add-ons like healthy chia seeds, grass jelly, egg pudding, or even their own bubbles (bobas) that are imported from Taiwan. You can also customize the level of sweetness and temperature to enjoy your perfect kind of blend.

GoodGoodPH’s newest tea shop can be ound at 949 Banawe, Quezon City. Its cozy interior and ambiance is sure to make you feel welcome and at home. Battery running out? GoodGoodPH is a “sip and charge” station with power banks and electrical outlets that you can borrow for your devices. Just present a valid ID to borrow a unit.

GoodGoodPH is located at 949 Banawe, Quezon City. The shop is open from Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am – 9:00 pm. You can also order from FoodPanda, GrabFood, or Booky on your phone; look for the GoodGoodPH logo to order and your drink will be delivered to you. GoodGoodPH is also found in the following locations: Scout Tobias (Quezon City), Corinthian Executive Regency (Ortigas), Caltex Pioneer-Shaw and Sta. Maria (Bulacan).

GoodGood Philippines Milk Tea

GoodGood Philippines Milk Tea

Whether you’re a milk tea or fruit juice lover, there’s always a GoodGood cup of drink for you. See you at the Grand Opening of GoodGood Philippines Banawe! Share your GoodGood milk tea experience on the comment section, we would love to read them!

Midnight Mercato: A Weekend Night Market

Friday, February 18th, 2011

I haven’t visited Mercato Centrale (the day market) since it started, but I was able to check out Midnight Mercato first with other blogger friends last weekend. This is defiintely for night people like me who can’t wake up early on weekend mornings. 🙂

Chille/Hot Taho!

Chilled/Hot Taho by Tahooo!

It was also the launching night of Midnight Mercato at the Bonifacio Global City last Friday so there was a simple opening ceremony, ribbon-cutting, guests, and the likes.

Briefly to the unaware, Midnight Mercato is a weekend late night food bazaar where foodies and barkadas can hanging out and enjoy great food you can’t easily find otherwise. You can feast on a wide array of food choices from gourmet selections to ‘lutong bahay‘ (home cooked) dishes; even sosyal street food and balut included. Add to that acoustic musical performances by Rock Ed – all in an air-conditioned ‘kubol.’ Yes, that is Tagalog for ‘tent’ (as fellow blogger Alex shared).

Here are some food trip photos I’m sharing from:

Buy 1 take 1 Sausages & Chips To Go

Buy 1 take 1 Sausages @ P150 and Chips To Go Booth (similar to Potato Loops)

Monster Burger & the Monster Burger Challenge

Monster Burger & the Monster Burger Challenge (finish it in 4 minutes and it's FREE!)

Nutsylicious

Nutsylicious have different kinds of nuts including walnuts and pistachios!

After all the photos, it’s my tummy’s turn. So I got an authentic shawarma (P75) from a Mediterranean-looking guy whose booth I forgot, three Mochiko mochi ice cream, and  some Takoyaki balls.

Mochiko Mochi Ice Cream @ P70

Mochiko Mochi Ice Cream @ P70

Mochiko had a very long line and was out of stock before 12midnight. That speaks for itself. 🙂

I also had a set of Armenian Lavosh Chips with Pesto Mozarella Cheese dip (P145) from the stall with a witty name of ‘5 loaves and 2 Fishes.’

Armenian Lavosh Chips and Claypot Chicken Rice

Armenian Lavosh Chips (right); Claypot Chicken Rice (left)

Big Bob's Burgers

Big Bob's Quarter Pounder Burgers

I also got a bottle of Raw Honey and Organic Gourmet Rice from ‘Fresh Start‘. They’re quite pricey actually but I know mom would love the brown rice while I use the honey as sugar substitute in my morning milk (there goes the revelation). 🙂

Fresh Start Organic Gourmet Rice & Raw Honey

Fresh Start Organic Gourmet Rice (Brown Rice P200) & Raw Honey (P300)

There were a number of media outfits and got to spot some celebrities including Mara’s Mom in ‘Mara Clara‘ , Ashlee Gosengfiao, Sarah Meier (I think), Mercato Centrale guy RJ Ledesma, and others. I also spotted Anton Diaz and wife Rachel at the Human Nature booth.

Human Nature Mexican Kitchen

Rachel @ Human Nature booth (right); Mexican Kitchen (left)

Balut (Duck Embryo)

Balut (Duck Embryo)

I wanted to try so much more but I can only take in so much having come from a full dinner at Rai-Rai Ken a few minutes before going to Mercato Centrale.

There were also other food finds which caught NomNom’s fancy and instantly became a favorite.

Watch out for that post coming out next week including my predictable Mochiko review. 🙂

Mercato Centrale Grilled Food

It was a haven of grilled food, hamburgers, and suasages outside the Midnight Mercato Tent.

Moreover, I got some tips from foodie friends and is looking forward to try the following in my next visits:

Off Beat Burger‘s Krispy Kreme Burger,  Ravioli’s of Natalia,  and the Angus Beef Tapa Rice Toppings, among others.

Krispy Kreme Burger

Krispy Kreme Burger

I also got news from Antin Diaz’s blog that Bale Dutung will start tonight @ Midnight Mercato! I’ll have to wait a little longer though as I will be going to Thunderbird’s Resort in Rizal tonight and I’ll be at the Pyromusical competition in SM Mall of Asia tomorrow.

Check out more about Midnight Mercato and Mercato Centrale here.

Midnight Mercato Tent, Tables, and Interiors

Midnight Mercato Tent, Tables, and Interiors

Midnight Mercato happens every Fridays and Saturdays at Bonifacio Global City from 11pm to 3am the next day. They are located at the corner of 31st and 9th streets (vacant lots between Serendra and STI Fort). Mercato Centrale day market continues Saturday and Sunday 7am to 2pm.