I’ve always regarded convenience store food as a quick-fix for sudden hunger pangs. They are not bad nor exceptional either, just something to fill up the tummy. 7-Eleven though is set to change how people look at ready-to-eat meals with their introduction of 711 Chef Creations. Three variants of Pinoy food favorites, with the stamp of approval from renowned Chef Claude Tayag of the famed Bale Dutung, will be widely available to 7-Eleven stores by May.Continue reading
Category: Fast Food
Fast-paced city living has also changed people’s eating habits. For those who are always on the go, snacking seems to be a practical choice to balance nourishment with other daily tasks. BonChon thinks snacking should not only satisfy in-between meal cravings but also be affordable with the quality of taste and quantity of serving good enough to stave hunger pangs. BonChon Snack Ons offers quick fix meals, snack- sized munchies from their all time favorite meals. Happyfoodies got to sample these Bonchon Snack-Ons and checked out what we liked.
When your Happyfoodies got an invite to sample Top Torikatsu, we were a bit skeptical. The market is stuffed with quick fixes and instant food that are just that — quick to prepare but admittedly, short on taste. It seems that if you’re always in a rush, you’ve got to put up with less than tasty meals.
I always pass by Bonchon at SM Megamall but never had the chance to try it before. One reason why? It’s always full and I somehow lack the patience to wait especially when I’m really hungry. Good thing your Happyfoodies were invited for a taste test at one of their newer branches at Bonifacio High Street. This time I got the chance to get to know what makes people go crazy about this Korean Chicken. As it turned out, Happyfoodies will discover there’s more to Bonchon than its popular crunchy chicken.
Two potatoes emitting electricity, a yummy block of cheese every mouse would envy, a toy cow bag and a travel scale? I could understand the travel scale but what’s with the rest of the clues? Well today, Jollibee was able to shed light on the mystery as I dined and found out what new stuff Jollibee was cooking up. Combining all the clues above and you got one yummy experiment — the new Jollibee Hash Brown Burger.
I have always known burgers as sort of a junk food especially the kind served in fastfood restaurants which are are fatty and chock-full of cholesterol. Good thing I stumbled upon Good Burgers along C5 road just opposite SM Hypermart while I was wandering around our neighborhood in Pasig with guest foodie friend and travel writer, Jen. Good Burgers has been around for quite a while serving healthy vegetarian burgers. On their glass counter they proudly point out the fact that they are one of the very few PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) Proggy Awardees in the country for having the “Best Veggie Burger.” Now, that’s saying really something, making their burgers definitely worth a try.