Kaya Restaurant’s P99 Rice Toppings Meal

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If you happen to pass by Kaya, Korean Restaurant and decided not to dine there because you think it might be too expensive. Well, yeah Kaya’s prices for its regular menu items are pretty stiff indeed. But thank goodness for the addition of a meal-type menu item. Now for P99 you can experience some of the best Korean dishes and side dishes topping a korean (or probably Jasmine) rice. And the meal even comes with a free soup, free beef stew soup (minus the beef). The side dishes include some kimchi, crispy, sweet and spicy fried mini shrimps, bean sprouts, and a fried veges which I don’t know what its called.

The rice meals comes in various types. There’s the spicy chicken, spicy pork strips, spicy squid, and beef stew.

And after enjoying that hearty Kaya rice meal toppings, spare a few bucks more and order their yummylicious Gelatto scoops. It comes in three flavors, and everybody’s favority local chocolate - choknut is best tasting of all the flavors.

Gelatto Scoops

I know of only two Kaya Restaurants, both in the Ortigas area (Megamall and Podium). Better check it out now.

Tea and Therapy at Serendra

If you have been to Serendra in Bonifacio High Street at the Fort, chances are you might have missed this neat little place called Tea and Therapy. Tea and Therapy is located at the end (near Market Market side) of the long stretch of post restaurants and signature shops lining up the Serendra Place. The place is a sultry little place that serves, well of course Tea. Tea and Therapy’s menu of tea concotion varies from the most common green tea to the more elaborately named wild lover pure passion tea. There were around 30 tea variations which you could choose from. Whether you’re ito fat burning, calming, senses inducing kind of tea, you’d surely find something in their menu that would suit your current mood.

Aside from tea, they also serve dimsums and other fanfare but more importantly for the guilty driven cake eating customers, Tea and Therapy also offers a variety of cakes. There are several kinds of cake in the menu, but I highly recommend “Wild Lover Flourless” ultra moist chocolate cake! I won’t describe the taste so as not to spoil the fun. Just make sure to order the cake the next time you drop by Tea and Therapy. And once you’ve tasted it, don’t tell me I didn’t recommend it to you.


Prices at Tea Therapy are reasonable enough, a pot of tea would normally cost around Php150.00. But of course hot water is free and you can refill your tea pot for as long as you want.