This Hoi An trip we made was unforgettable for many reasons. 🙂
One and a half day in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) may not seem to be enough for most people. But that’s what we can afford with our limited time. Before I came there, I wasn’t exactly sure what to see in HCMC and so I was surprised when I found myself enjoying my stay there.
Apart from the cool weather and cool places, gastronomy also piqued our interest as we did our 2 day trip in Baguio. 🙂
If you’re wondering where to eat while you’re in the City of Pines, you may want to check out these cafes/restaurants we tried:
1. Pizza Volante
Open for 24 hours, Pizza Volante is found along the busy street of Session Road.
Siem Reap’s Pub Street offers plentiful of dining spots. But one of them is a cafe that my friend and I have been planning to visit ever since we first heard of it, The Blue Pumpkin. It’s a cafe in Pub Street offering different cuisines, American, Khmer, French, etc. And the interior is just so cool and relaxing. 🙂
It’s munching time again with one of my bosom friends, Mek Mek! I always feel glad whenever I have this catch-up date with my friend. And recently (meaning a few weeks ago lol), we tried this little blue restaurant in BF called the “Ble.”
Yep, it’s just “Ble.” 🙂
This wasn’t a planned trip though and we just saw this tiny blue restaurant as we were walking in Aguirre one night. Ble is a Greek restaurant and the whole place is indeed very small. They only have two tables inside, one is a table for two and another is enough for a group of 6, I think. But the bar also serves as a dining area and the bar stools look really pretty with their blue color. The lamps are so lovely as well.
Their food is pretty great, a bit pricey for the quantity but good nonetheless. Our stomachs are full when we left and I enjoyed my strawberry yogurt so much. 🙂
I was out for an errand one Saturday afternoon and there was only one thing on my mind: to buy groceries. The sun was hot and my throat was dry so I had to go and buy myself a nice cold drink to quench the annoying thirst. While still on the street outside, I turned my head and there it stood, a door with a “ProsperiTea” label. And from the glass windows, I saw no customers inside other than two random guys.
Immediately, I thought how perfect a milk tea would be for me at that moment.
Little did I know, I was in for quite a nice surprise. 🙂
Yesterday was a long, tiring day for me. But I was glad that I was able to rest and relax in a newly-opened cafe/restaurant in BF Aguirre named the Test Kitchen Caffe, where the food, the coffee, and the dessert made an instant upbeat rhythm in my monotonous tiresome day, like a dobutamine to the heart. 🙂