Bulgaria is not only a country rich with archaeological finds but its local cuisines also speak much about its culture and history. Experiencing these Bulgarian foods is one of the highlights of my trip. To give you an idea, here are the top 5 foods to eat in Bulgaria.
Banapple is just one of those shops which started with a humble beginning. Serving only friends, family and referred food establishments, Banapple came into the spotlight by baking pies and cheesecakes simply in their own kitchen in Quezon city. Later on, they became popular among different food establishments and expanded their reach within Manila. Now, as they are in their 10 years of Banapple love, they are all ecstatic to serve their Cebuano followers with wonderful treats straight from their hearts.
Can you feel the chills? No! It’s not his heart that’s as cold as ice, but it’s definitely the cool December air serving as a gentle reminder that Christmas is just around the corner! But whether it’s the cool December air or the heart of your ex-lover that’s giving you chills, I know a place where you can warm yourself and satisfy your appetite.
Before we ended our short Dumaguete trip, we dined at…
Dumaguete City houses different activities for backpackers and tourists. From an adventurous and energy-draining activity like swimming with the sea turtles in Apo Island to a more relaxed sunset watching in Rizal Boulevard, the “City of Gentle People” has our back. Moreover, Dumaguete is also a nice place for a food trip and one of the most popular diners in the heart of the city is Gabby’s Bistro.
I grew up eating rice with every meal. Breakfast, lunch, dinner.. rice is always on the menu. Well, what else can I say? Rice is life! That is why I never felt so much rice deprived until my trip to the Netherlands. I thought I was going to lose myself. There was already a little voice inside my head saying “Rice is life! Rice is life!”. I guess I just can’t stop being Asian.