What Makes Pat Fat: Fat Daddy’s Smokehouse

Recently got to visit Fat Daddy’s newest branch at UP Town Center and try their bestsellers. I have visited their Marikina branch a few years back and I was super excited to taste again what I loved from my first visit and try other stuff from their menu! STARTERS/SIDES: Started of our meal with some…

Backpacking Thailand | Day 3a: Chatuchak Weekend Market

Day 3 – Weekend Market! Woke up a little late and since I had no plan for the day, I decided to try and visit the weekend market. The easiest way to get to Chatuchak Weekend Market is via the BTS. Just hop on the skytrain and get off at Mo Chit Station. You will…

What Makes Pat Fat: Shakeaway PH

Shakeaway, which started in 1999 in Bournemouth, England, is famous for their over 180 flavors and millions of possible combinations of milkshake. First you need to choose your size: Regular at Php 190 or Large at Php 250. Then you pick if you want Ice Cream or Fat Free Yogurt. Next, you need to pick…

What Makes Pat Fat: Jack’s Joint x Hobing

Would you ever think of having Turkish food, and then have Korean dessert? Odd combination, right? But having kebab for lunch/dinner then bingsu for dessert sounds pretty good to me (and my tummy). Jack’s Joint recently opened a branch in collaboration with the famous Korean dessert craze to bring you Jack’s Joint x Hobing located at Banawe….

What Makes Pat Fat: Soban K-Town Grill

Soban K-Town Grill first opened in Eastwood Mall in May 2016. With now three stores(Eastwood Mall, Alabang and Greenbelt 3), it’s a great place to enjoy traditional Korean dishes in a casual restaurant ambience. We got the Premium BBQ Combo Set (P2200)with the following: Max of 4 unlimited kimchi fried rice, soup and side dishes. 180g…

What Makes Pat Fat: Ippudo

I got to try Ippudo’s newest addition to their menu the other day. It was a rainy Friday afternoon at it made me excited while I was on my way to Megamall. Upon arriving, we were served with the following: The Tantanmen, which is the star of 2016 Tokyo Ramen Show, is made with their…

Backpacking Thailand | Day 2a: The Old, The New and The Timeless

Day 2a – Old Thailand, New Thailand ! My first stop for the day was the Bangkok National Museum which is just a short walking distance from the Grand Palace. The entrance was free when I visited as commemoration of the King’s death. They have also provided a map of the whole compound which is…

Backpacking Thailand | Day 1: Sawadee krup, Bangkok!

Prior to my Bangkok travel, I researched for a lot of restaurants to try, and unfortunately, I was only able to try…. none! You’ll know why! As for the hostels, I booked both my Bangkok and Chiang Mai hostels at Hostelworld. I will write about both places in a separate blog post. Day 0 –…