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Carmina's Review on Second Branch of Sundays Cafe and Restaurant in Maginhawa, Quezon City

We have friends who love to eat out and have no clue where there are places to dine.  No problem with based on my experience we can refer them to places that are reasonable prices. Carmina had tried Sundays Cafe in the branch located in Marikina. I was informed by the server they will be opening their second location sometime this year. Few days ago, Mom Violy, Carmina and some friends came with us to see the new branch of Sundays Cafe and Restaurant in Maginhawa, Quezon City. There is parking in front of the restaurant.  We walked in and noticed a sign saying it was a soft opening. The place was full yet they we're able to accompany us to our table on the ground floor. Someone working there gave us a tour upstairs where the function rooms to those having a party.  The restroom is unisex the first door has the handicap and two restroom doors for male and female to use. The two menus were handed to us one is Filipino and International food.  Next the utensils, napkins, glass water p

Traditional Christmas in the Philippines is Served with Bibingka from Midnight Bakers

Traditional Christmas in the Philippines is serving during Christmas Eve where you would gather up at the table eating a midnight snack. Christmas gifts have been exchange among family members. This Christmas season Carmina decided not to give a gift for each family member where she wanted to share the chicken pot pie from Midnight Bakers for them to have something American for a change. Not to fully break the Filipino traditions she decided to order their new bibingka to drink with hot coffee or tea. You can watch a short video clip of how Traditional Christmas in the Philippines is Served with Bibingka: Bibingka from Midnight Bakers is included of six pieces for PHP 720.00 ($14.40) not including delivery fee and tip to the rider. Bibingka comes with grated coconut in small individual packs to sprinkle on top it is best to be eaten when hot. The difference is the bibingka may look small although it is thick with salted egg on top with cheese, moist and buttery taste inside not sweet w