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Bea at Mary Grace Bea had a slice of Velvet Cake at Mary Grace located at the 2nd level of Eastwood Mall, Quezon City. She relished it together with her Chatime Taro Milktea...Sweet over sweet?!?...Hmmmm...Bea must have left Eastwood with a very happy taste buds. :)

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Masan Garden After trying out Je Ju Garden, exactly 4 days passed and I was back to where my heart belongs, Masan Garden. :)

Je Ju Garden: Jang-Uh Gui

Je Ju Garden: Jang-Uh Gui Je Ju Garden gave this complimentary jang-uh gui, a broiled eel with tomato and onion ensalada, together with ginger on the side. Eel It's the first time for Bea to taste an eel and she undoubtedly loved it as she almost finished the whole plate.

Je Ju Garden: Samgyeopsal Accompaniments

Je Ju Garden: Samgyeopsal Accompaniments - I forgot to take a picture of Samgyeopsal- thin slices of pork similar to uncured bacon being grilled with slices of garlic in front of us. Its usual accompaniments are lettuce and perilla leaves, garlic, and soyabean paste. At Je Ju Garden, they also have this yummy, sour, and very thinly sliced raddish. It tastes like cucumber salad and it was so refreshing. (Total cost: P250/order.) Samgyeopsal is commonly being ingested by placing a piece of meat on top of the lettuce and/or perilla leaves with garlic and soyabean paste and some rice, wrap it up then eat. Others add some of the appetizers in the mix. Hmmm.. I'm starting to crave for it now. Haha! Bea Enjoys Here, Bea was preparing for her 3rd set.

Je Ju Garden: Appetizers

Je Ju Garden: Appetizers From top left: Pajeon (kimchi pancake), steamed spinach with sesame seeds, and fish strips with kimchi sauce. Below from left: Kimchi, spicy quail eggs, and sweetened sweet potatoes. They were very generous as they didn't wait for you to ask for refill.

Je Ju Garden: Free Soup

Je Ju Garden: Miso Soup A simple but hot miso soup with cabbage and Baguio beans. Perfect for the cold and rainy day.

Je Ju Garden Restaurant

Je Ju Garden From the name itself, it is obvious that this is a Korean Restaurant. This one is located along Marcos Hi-way, Antipolo City, across Vermont Royale Executive Village when moving towards Masinag Market.


Uno In every weekend that Bea is in the company of her hilarious cousins, she always enjoys it. They don't seem to run out of activities. May it be as calm as singing their favorite songs while Ate Kyla plays the guitar; or as hurly-burly as racing and running around inside the house. This time, they are playing Uno, a game using a specially printed deck of cards. It's quite easy. It's just that one should know when to hold and when to put down important cards. For me, it's not only for kids. Young at heart adults will surely enjoy it as well! :D Thanks to Ate Tess for the picture.