Our day started off with some pizza.
If there's a dish/food that I can live with forever, it would be pizza.
Way back when I was still in elementary, we had Sbarro in LaSalle Bacolod. And it was my favorite store. I used to be chubby and would trade anything for pizza. Years passed and the store closed. I became so sad until Yellow Cab replaced my longing. I'd still eat Sbarro though, but only when I visit Manila or Ilo-Ilo and that is why, I can't leave Ilo-Ilo without having a slice. :)
|Ica's fave trio. We'd rotate slices upon biting. That has been our way ever since. hihi|
It was a very windy day so we decided to stroll around the new Ilo-Ilo Esplanade. It is somehow a pathway that connects 2 distinct roads (Diversion Road and Molo access road). There is also a free Taebo exercise for the people to be physically fit. Anyone could actually try it. It was the plan of the government as I heard. Ilo-Ilo is really improving right now and I'm really looking forward for more innovations.
|I guess this place will still improve in the days/years to come :)|
After the photo-sesh with my girls, I met up with my boyfriend to have some milk-tea. I was craving for the cookies and cream (rocksalt and cheese) combo from the Trea House. He ordered the cocoa. It was also good. There was this "Oolong" flavor that I wanna try though.
I had our tea-moment shared on instagram and I tagged the TreaHouse. Then I knew they had a branch here in Bacolod too! That made me so happy :)
|City Lights in Esplanade|
|My pick, Pasta Andouille. 9/10|
|Royal Baked Salmon. This was one of their best-sellers and when I tasted it, I knew why.|
So that's all I can share. Words are not enough to describe how wonderful time was spent there. Til the next visit (hopefully, Dinagyang!) ;) ;)