You might want to chill at French-Japanese cafe, Le Petit Souffle.
When translated "Le Petit" means "The Little" in French.
This cafe is the brainchild of Chef Miko Aspiras and other partners Kristine Lotilla and Chef Noel Mauricio.
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Before they move to their new home, the Eatventurers decided to say goodbye to the legendary location of Café Ysabel.
Several food parks have opened in the metro but we rarely see ones in Pasay City as most are established in Quezon City.
A space-themed food park just opened in Pasay City four months ago and unlike other food parks, it caters unique food choices.
Space Food Park, managed by food park specialist Mark Isais, is divided into three floors, Earth - ground floor, The Sky - second floor, and The Galaxy Space Room - inner part of second floor.
Another male Japanese student went viral lately as he was reportedly selling omu rice or omelette rice in the streets and near an MRT station but before him, two other Japanese nationals also went viral for selling food on the street.
In October 2016, friends Yuki and Moto’s humble stall called “Ramen Daruma” went viral after a netizen named MauricioBrozo posted a photo of their ramen stall...and the rest was history.