Last Saturday’s Indieket also turned into an impromptu foodtrip.
We’re in the vicinity of Kapitolyo, Pasig and I’ve been targeting the area already for a foodtrip. I thought it’s far and the commute is not friendly, but turns out it isn’t.
I personally liked their Spicy Chicken (I’m really craving for spicy food that day) and their serving is big.
Well, it is a Ramen place so trying their ramen is a must. We went for Seafood Ramen (yes, I love my seafood), it was good and again, the serving is good for 2 already. Ingredients-wise, they are really generous with it. Taste-wise, it was good but nothing that makes it stand out.
Verdict: The shark gives RamenCool a rating of 3.5/5 sharkbites.
Next up — Lia’s Cakes in Season!
This place was already on my To-Go list for D-related reasons, well, he
likes loves Avocado. Cakes, mochi, shakes, the fruit itself and anything really. And scouting for Avocado treats for him already became a part of my nature. Lia’s Cakes is supposed to be hidden from him until his birthday as I initially planned on giving him their Avocado cake on his birthday. But since we’re on the area, I might as well take him there. Too early for the surprise, but oh well.
Hm. What can I say about this one. I prefer the plain Avocado cake over this one. The chocolate-avocado has that roasted taste. Idk, maybe it’s just me.
It’s cheap and it tastes good, what more can you ask for? I love that there are actual bananas on it and it’s not so sweet. I love my desserts but those treats that are heave-laden with sugar sets me off. Nakakaumay.
But Lia’s cakes — superb!
I can’t wait to go back to Kapitolyo to try the other restos!
How to get there by commute: Take the MRT and alight on Boni Station. There is a tricycle terminal beside Robinson’s Pioneer and from there, take a trike and just say you’re heading to (say the street) in Kapitolyo. 🙂
You can walk from Ramen Cool to Lia’s Cakes, just go straight to East Capitol Drive (if I remember it right).