Pitsjack Banchetto

I read about Pitsjack Banchetto on Facebook and been bothering my friends to try it. So one rainy night, we decided to head out to Marikina to try the Php250 per head unli-everything! Yes, people, everything including drinks (iced tea, blue lemonade or black gulaman).

There are stalls that serve, pasta, mini burgers and sandwiches, goto/lugaw with tokwa’t baboy, Filipino dishes like kare-kare, dinuguan and sinigang, and desserts. Don’t fret, there is also kanin!! There is also unlimited coffee and tea available! And yes, there is a salad bar!

Did I mention that each table comes with its own grill? The helpful staff will set it up for you! You can grill hotdogs, luncheon meat, fish balls, chicken balls, squid balls, pork/beef/chicken barbeque, chicken isaw, gizzard, “betamax”, and a lot more!

Should you wish to drink alcoholic beverages and cocktails with your friends, stalls serving cocktails and beers are also available. For only Php50 per bottle of San Mig Light/San Mig Flavored Beer/Red Horse Stallion, sulit na sulit na. Oh, you can also avail of their 5+1 beer promo! Also, the cocktails are affordable. A liter of cocktail is sold for only Php149!

After eating or while waiting for your food to be cooked/grilled, there is a billiard table and KTV room for you. For Php100 per hour on both billiard table and KTV room, saan ka pa?


I just realized that I do not have photos of the billiard area and the KTV room. Eto lang ang groufie namin. 🙂

Pitsjack Banchetto
19 Dasdasan Street, Midtown Subd.,
San Roque, Marikina City
05:00 pm to 01:00am, Wed-Sun.


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VID: #JoarahTravels Thailand 2017

It was my first solo trip outside the Philippines and it was fun. I chickened out the last minute to do DIY tours because I’ve read blogs that it’ll be walking (and commuting) all day. So to save my lazy ass some steps, I booked tours from Klook. Hahaha! Four days is so bitin. Will definitely go back and will do shopping next (because I didn’t shop for anything when I was there).

Sharing with you my first attempt on video editing compiling editing compiling (ah basta!) of my first solo trip out of the country. Cheers!



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Neozep #YakapDelivery

Twitter has always been my go-to SNS. I can express more of myself through Twitter. Yesterday, I just tweeted a good friend a get well message and that I am also not feeling well, and that I have cough and colds when @Neozep_PH asked me to DM them my number and current location.

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So I checked on their hashtag and their Facebook page and thought to myself that there was really no harm in trying. I DM-ed my contact number, and someone from their team called me and asked for my current location. That time, I was on the road with friends. I told them that if they can go to the National Museum until 1700H, I can meet them. They didn’t arrive so I thought they already changed their mind.

At around 1800H, someone called and texted me again and asked where I was heading to. I told the staff that I was on my way to Marikina for dinner. I told them to no longer bother sending me the delivery because I will be in my residence at around midnight pa, but they insisted, and advised me that the delivery man will meet me at my location.


I was surprised when two delivery men from Neozep arrived at my location and handed me a #YakapDelivery!! Ok, it wasn’t a hug or a yakap. But I kind of hoped it was. Because why not, pero like mahahawaan ko sila ng sipon and ubo. Haha! They said that they came all the way from Paranaque. I was so touched by Neozep’s gesture. Well, nag-expect ako ng kaunti na si Alden ang maghahatid ng delivery. Chos!


Thank you so much, Neozep! You are so sweet! Thank you for the #YakapDelivery! Thank you for making me feel better, as always. And thank you to the two kuyas who delivered the package to me even if it was drizzling. 🙂

Isang mahigpit na yakap para sa lahat!


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Channeling Our Inner Van Goghs

I’ve been planning on visiting Sip & Gogh for the longest time. This May, since my little sister is visiting us, I decided to give it a try. I pre-registered online and decided to enroll on their Eastwood branch Eiffel Tower 2:30-5:00pm session for Php900 per person. I learned that you can add Php100 per person onsite of you wish to have a glass of alcoholic/non-alcoholic drink and a plate of appetizer (biscuits and cheese) while painting, thus Sip & Gogh.


We arrived at their place and it is similar to an art studio with tables, canvases and easels, and can accommodate at least 20 students/painters. I felt excited when the instructor handed us the oval paint tray.  It was our first time to paint, and upon seeing the Eiffel Tower painting, I thought it was difficult for it has mini details and has different hues.  Well, thanks to our instructor. She was so helpful and patient with us. She taught us how to mix the colors, what brush to use and different strokes. She supervised us every step of the way.


What I also love about the gallery is that there is no pressure to anyone. We were allowed to take mini breaks and laugh and talk and take photos and eat, as long as we are done or as long as we can catch up.


What’s great is that Sip & Gogh has no age limit! However, there are sessions that are inclined only for adults. Sessions for the family and kids below 5 years old are usually held on weekends. You just have to check on your preferred branch the schedule, or visit their website.





Indeed, time flies when you’re having fun. I didn’t even realize that we were painting for 2 hours. And *drum roll*, I’d like to present to you our obra maestra!


We will definitely go back and try other sessions! You should try it too!

Sip & Gogh Eastwood Branch
Unit LG3-4, G/F Eastwood Le Grand 3, Eastwood City
Bagumbayan, Quezon City, Philippines
+63 2 942 30 35/+63 998 886 61 07


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