Eatigo & Banh Mi!

Guys, something awesome happened last Saturday! I got to try Banh Mi for the first time and got to try Eatigo for the first time as well.



For those of you who are uninformed (like I was) eatigo is a service (I’ve only tested mobile) that lets you reserve at restaurants and etc – sometimes with awesome discounts as much as 50%!

I first heard about it in a Facebook video (that I wish I can recall where, I’m really trying hard to recall what video was that). At the time I was hoping we had something here in Philippines – little did I know, because it’s been here for awhile.

So, as soon as I did learn that I decided to give it a try and because I’ve been craving for Banh Mi for awhile now (blame those Buzzfeed challenge/taste tests videos!) I made a reservation at Banh Mi Kitchen at SM Megamall last September 2, 2017 that I booked for September 9, 2017 (because Mr. Q had so many other appointments, pfft!)

Anyway, we arrived there 30 mins earlier – but since it’s not peak time, not much people were around. I went on ahead to the counter and said I reserved through eatigo. Just like that, and the staff asked me my name and also looked at my screenshot of my reservation.

On Banh Mi Kitchen’s food:

Bánh mì is the Vietnamese word for bread. Bread, or more specifically the baguette, was introduced by the French during the colonial period in Vietnam. (wikipedia)

It was so delicious, not to mention (but mentioning, lol) that it’s healthy. If you get to reserve the with eatigo plus get the 50% discount, it’s a win-win because the bread is double the size of your regular sandwich and the fillings (I chose the one with crab sticks) were a lot!

Needless to say, we were able to stay energetic and full until the evening without getting extra snacks like we usually do.

Unfortunately because I was already too hungry (and was so excited) I ate it all and was only able to take this picture with my nendo Shiro >w<

Nendoroid Shiro & Banh Mi...tears of happiness?!

Nendoroid Shiro & Banh Mi…tears of happiness?!

I say to Banh Mi and eatigo

“Where have you been all my life?!!!…”

So until my next reservation with eatigo! I’ll share it on a post again here :)

Sushi Bazooka

So, we bought off a Sushi Bazooka from Shopee last week and tried it as soon as it arrived last Saturday. Needless to say, we approve!

Used Sushi Bazooka

Used Sushi Bazooka

Above are some of the sushis we were able to make! Yum! <3 We also tried making kimbap because we had bought gimbap as well.

Where to find Sushi Bazooka in the Philippines?

I’m not sure if the ones we bought are original (probably not) but it works. At Shopee, you can find these just type in Sushi Bazooka or maybe Lazada. Honestly, had I known about it earlier I’d bought earlier. I just saw a video of it being used in Facebook (thanks to that video, now we can have sushis all day, literally)

Clash of Burgers

Sometime last two weeks ago, we finally decided to try Clash of Burgers, after finding out about their Pasig Branch. The line was really long since it’s been tempting a lot of audience after the many pictures shared in Facebook. We had to wait for a bit but fortunately it wasn’t too long (I’d say about almost an hour) but all that wait is definitely worth it!

Clash of Clans

Clash of Burgers

As you can see the burger is really something! I’d say it’s good for four people (we were 2…times 2!) The milkshake was also very good!

The food is really great, and so far I think what they need to improve is only the space because it’s a bit hard to move and customers tend to pile up especially during peak hours (dinner & merienda time!)

They don’t open in the morning as well, I’m not sure of the opening time but it’d be really great if they opened around 8 am or so (it’d be a nice big breakfast!)

Overall though, I was really satisfied especially for the price as it was affordable and worth it!

For those who want to try here is their address:

21 Dr. Pilapil Street, Kapasigan
Pasig, Philippines
You can also find more information at their Facebook Page: Clash of Burgers (Pasig Branch)