One of Cebu’s Best Dessert Place

No wonder why people keep coming back to La Marea. Even though I wasn’t able to taste the famous warm brownie cup, my friend is lost for words on how to describe the feeling while eating for the 3rd time. These cakes were freshly delivered so I was able to take photos while the staff is busy with the other customers haha.

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MU Noodle Bar

I created this blog to share my cravings and to serve as my food diary. Good taste and affordability is the golden rule but when I am looking for a restaurant to visit, a nice ambiance adds up to the criteria. Creating ambiance is not just creating a look, it goes far beyond that. Depending on the line of food/service you’re offering, a good ambiance will attract customers for sure.

MU Noodle Bar’s Interiors: Wooden chairs and couches are in darker tones of charcoal and deep browns. You can choose between high chairs or the comfy couches. Warm lights above the tables gives the place a “not so boring” and kinda date place, plus lighting keeps the photos attractive in cameras.

Hot Tea (P 40)

Tea time! Look at these cutesy Moo’s.

Beef fried rice + lamb curry = perfect combination. The rice and curry is good for 2 persons. I think for heavy eaters, one serving will not be enough because their servings look a bit tricky but for sure, they can make your tummy full. The lamb meat is soft, cut into chunks and the curry is infused with spices which makes it richer and tastier. Drizzle your rice with curry sauce, oooh heaven!

Beef Fried Rice (P 200)

Red Lamb Curry (P 260)

Another breakthrough is the Oyster cake. Oyster cake is made of oysters, bean sprouts and green onions, mixed with tapioca starch and then fried with eggs.

Mu Oyster Cake (P 200)

For dessert, you can order Cua Pao custard, 4 pieces of golden brown cua pao buns filled with sweet and creamy condensed milk. It was an interesting dessert to try. It is golden brown in color filled with salted egg custard and malted chocolate stuffed inside a fried bun.

Cua Pao Custard (P 120)

Must try: Dong Bo Buns, Cua Pao Custard, Red Lamb Curry, 3 Cup Chicken and Seafood Chao Mien

Mu Noodle Bar, 2/F Glorietta 2, Hotel Drive,Ayala Center, Makati , (02) 556-8739

Facebook page: Mu Noodle Bar

Check their menu here!

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Down the Memory Lane in Tagaytay City

Just sharing some photos taken at Memory Lane, Tagaytay. It’s a pretty nice stop in Tagaytay, a great place for bondings with family and friends. A perfect spot to hang out before going back to the stressful city.

ahhh.. that Tagaytay vibe.. Tagaytay is one of my favorite, i don’t know, i just love it, don’t you?

Homey

Refrigerated cake for the sweet tooth

I visited this place because i’m a Jolina fan during Marvin & Jolina’s loveteam era

Some cute thingy from their gift shop

they serve food in cool plates like this

The place is cute, but i hope their food will improve so visitors would keep on coming back. Don’t forget to visit their gift shop, have some desserts, take pictures and create new memories with your loved ones whom you are with.

How to go to Memory Lane?

a. If you’re driving from Manila. Take SLEX and then Aguinaldo Highway from Bacoor then drive south to Tagaytay Rotonda. From Rotonda go to the right, if you see the Starbucks, Leslie’s and Yellow Cab signage, slow down because you’ll take the road from your right. Go straight then you’ll see the Memory Lane along the road in your left.

b. If you’re going to commute, go to Pasay bus terminal, take the bus going to Nasugbu, Tagaytay or Mendez. If you took the Lian or Nasugbu, tell the driver to drop you off at Don Juan which is near Starbucks, Yellow Cab and Leslie’s signage then ride a tricycle to Memory Lane.

Memory Lane

A homey restaurant, Specialty Gift Shop and Beauty Salon in one.
Magallanes Drive, Tagaytay City, Philippines
Phone: (+63)917-8581950, (+63)922-8298487
Mon: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Wed – Fri: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sat – Sun: 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Check their FB page: Memory Laneme