Caramia Gelateria Gelato Cake

February 9

My papa came home with a box of Caramia Gelateria Banana Blast. He gave it to my mom as a Valentine’s Day Gift.  There’s an ice pack in the insulated bag to keep the cake cold. The cake costs P860 & the insulated bag is P200.

The cake has banana, strawberries, chocolate, 3 flavors of ice cream and a chocolate crust. The ice cream and chocolate makes it sweet and the frozen strawberries make it a bit sour. I like the combinations because it’s simple and awesome.I like the crust because it tastes like oreo. It’s surrounded with a thin layer of cake with a great design.

Ice Pack

Ice Pack

P200 Bag

P200 Bag

Banana Blast

Banana Blast

Thank you for reading guys.

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The Red Onion

We were looking for a place to eat at U.P. Town Center. U.P. Town Center is a cool new dining place at Katipunan. We walked around and saw The Red Onion. It caught our attention because they have an “all you can eat noodles” promo.

They have rice toppings, noodles, appetizers, meals and drinks. I ordered the 39 Spices Beef Noodles . You can request for thin or thick noodles. They have the original and the light, medium, and high spice levels. I chose the medium level assuming it’s just right for my taste and I requested for thick noodles. The serving time was 15 minutes. While I was waiting, I watched the chef cook the noodles from scratch. He  carried a block of noodles, which he shred and dumped into hot water.

The food finally came and I started eating. I took a sip and a tear slid down my cheek as my mouth was on fire. It was spicier than I expected it to be. The beef is really soft and the vegetables too. I asked for another serving of noodles and this time I asked for thin noodles. The soup is really spicy and it got me wondering, how spicy the high spice noodles could possibly be.

This was the only Taiwanese restaurant I’ve ever been in. It was a whole new experience for me.

The 39 Spice Beef Noodle costs for P228.  The price is worth it.

That’s it for today everyone. Thank you for reading!