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Yokocho First Japanese Food Court in Baclaran

Are you craving for some authentic taste of Japanese food but have a limited budget. I found this new place called Yokocho Food Court at the busy street of  Baclaran. It's the 1st Japanese Food Court here in Manila, Philippines.Yokocho is owned and managed by Mr. Jake Akagawa a half Japanese and Half Filipino businessman who decided to come back here in Manila to put  up the first Japanese food court here together with his Japanese friends. All the food stall  are all restaurant that already existed in Japan. Yokocho means "Side of a Main Street". In Yokocho Food Court there is 10 Japanese food stall that offers different Japanese dishes at a very affordable price. Every food stalls has their own specialties like ramen, noodles, sushi, maki, tonkatsu are some of the food that you can indulge in Yokocho. Japanese Crepes Ebi Tempura Takoyaki Chicken Stir Fried Noodles Gyoza Pork Barbeque The place is very accessib

Sinirangan Coffee Shop in Baclaran

Last friday, We visited Baclaran Church together with my husband Mike and my daughter Chelsea after we pick up something from a friend. On our way out ,I saw the "Callion" Baclaran Church Bell Tower.I was really curious and wanted to check it out .. So I was surprised to find a small coffee shop at the ground floor. Found this new haven for a coffee lovers like me. The  Sinirangan Coffee Shop has  a nice and relaxing ambiance. I also found out that the coffee from the Sinirangan Coffee Shop comes from the coffee beans that was grown and roasted by the typhoon Yolanda farmers from Eastern Samar. Which makes me decided to always visit this coffee shop every time I'll be in Baclaran Area. Taking selfie while waiting for the food They have this green board where you can check what's new in their menu ,available and they also og combo meals . They serve pasta,breads, sandwiches ,coffee and tea. They also have Combo meals which I think is