Got a chance to try Yellow Cab at Citylink Mall! I heard mixed reviews at first. Some say it’s “okay”. One friend said it tastes nothing like the ones in the Philippines. Like, seriously? OA naman.
We ordered the Manhattan Meatlovers pizza and the Charlie Chan pasta.
My verdict? It’s really good! The Manhattan Meatlovers tastes almost the same as the one back in Manila. Perhaps the thin crust could be a tad bit “crispier”? But hey, okay naman siya! The Charlie Chan was on point. Omg. Yum yum!
Syempre, there’s something about the fast food in Manila that is so damn good. But at least Yellow Cab isn’t 2,000 kilometers away na. It’s just at Citylink Mall. CITYLINK MALL. The tunnel area connecting Cityhall and Esplanade MRTs. Very central.
Looks like more Philippine fast food chains are opening up shop in Singapore. Word has it that the Jollibee in Paya Lebar opens in June.
What other Filipino fast food chains do you think will work in Singapore?
Thought the year would be “more chill” since moving into a new space. It wasn’t the case! We’ve been tweaking the house and cooking almost every other night. My flatmates even put up decals on the walls. (Is that even allowed?!)
Our new home in Aljunied is coming together nicely. It feels great to live in a house where you can breathe.
January meant the start of a new training year with my dragon boat team. I feel new energy.
It also means spending time with new faces on the team.
Back to cooking!
And trying new clothes to wear.
And saying goodbye to two of my colleagues (the two on the lower right corner).
Going to the national gallery with Joanna. Para sulitin ang Gallery Insider.
And then this stupid piece of history.
Helping my teammate on a dragon boat instructional video.
Find me in this 360 photo taken during one of our trainings!
Attendance photo with the flood.
A new hangout place: Al Capones in Somerset.
Emman’s impeccable layout for… sopas.
Shopping at IKEA Tampines with my new flatmates.
Doing domestic stuff.
CNY with old friends.
Miss Universe with other old friends.
Having old friends come visit our house.
Thank you, January.