Imagine waking up, struggling to get moving, braving through your daily commute, stopping by Dunkin’ Donuts to get that much needed caffeine boost. Then as if you’re still dreaming, Piolo Pascual is standing right in front of you, giving you a free cup of Dunkin’ Coffee and filling you with all kinds of good vibes you never saw coming.
When visiting the Binondo area or the nearby Divisoria, eating at the decades-old Sincerity Restaurant and Café is a must. Established in 1956 by the Uy family, it is one of the oldest food establishments catering the Chinese-Filipino community.
Our feeds turned Japanese on Wednesday after McDonald’s Philippines released its newest offering: “Flavors of Japan.” More than a month before the appearance of lovely cherry blossoms in the east Asian nation, McDonald’s Philippines went ahead and offered Japanese-themed treats mirroring the much-awaited season. The treats include Strawberry Sakura McFloat, Nori Shake Shake Fries, Ebi Tempura Burger and Teriyaki Samurai Burger. The hype for these products is really high so The Eatventurers decided to try them out on the first day of their release. Here are our initial thoughts on McDo’s Flavors of Japan: