On 2009, I received a Christmas gift from my best girl buddy, Gay, a box of delicious lace cookies. I love it so much that I began to examine the box. The box contains the number and some details. I've been ordering from Sweet Stuff by Jill Christie Uy ever since. I have not met Jill yet but she has been accommodating and replies to my inquiries all the time. She is also a co-Zugbuana sister of my close friend Rosel so I trust her.
Café Georg is a restaurant that I always get to pass by on my way home. From the outside, it looks too sophisticated and expensive that you shy away from dining in. Well, here are the facts. It is indeed sophisticated even on the inside BUT it is not overly expensive that it is no longer affordable. Café Georg is a small restaurant maybe around 10 tables only. It has a function room though that is maybe good for a maximum of 25 people. The numbers are only based on my own estimate.
After a hectic open house schedule and some Indian culture rubbed into us, we were in the mood for another Asian dish for dinner. We finally visited Little Saigon Big Bangkok or commonly known as LSBB. The place is actually better than I imagined. It gave an outdoor feel with Vietnamese-inspired lanterns hanging down the ceiling. For me, dining outdoors always gives a relax experience. I love it that the kitchen is away from the diners too. It allows me to leave the place happily filled without smelling like food.
We are having an open house at the office this weekend. I am pretty excited about it. It's the time when our family and friends can come to the office, tour at our labs, check out our products, and truly understand what we do. What I love more of it is the fact that they can also visit our cubicles.
One of the activities in that open house is a feature of our company around the world. We are to showcase the different sites, services, and products of the company. We are also going to showcase the culture of that site.
In one of our lunch team bonding activities, Mam Borj suggested we try Sam Chino.
Sam Chino is a very interesting name of a restaurant. Later did I learn that it is named after its owner Jess Himo, an American-Chinese-Filipino native. For me, that explained the mixture of American, Chinese, and Filipino dishes in the menu. They have plated meals and ala carte of your liking.