It was Danz who got me into Shawarma. One time after work, we drove to Timog and had late dinner at a popular Shawarma place. I can't remember the name of the place, though. What I remember is that their chicken shawarma was da bomb!
When I had lunch at Maroush in Megamall, that experience suddenly came back. Their chicken shawarma was da bomb!
The chicken was both tender and crisp, the onions and cucumber were crispy, and they were very generous with lettuce and sauce. Plus, they toasted it to crispy perfection, and each bite was divine.
It looks like I'll be eating shawarma more often again.
We're all used to Jennifer Aniston as the bubbly and effervescent Rachel. In films, she's usually cast as a rom-com leading lady. So it's very refreshing to see her in a role that's offbeat and quite depressing.
Just like in this upcoming film entitled "Cake."
I'm not sure if they'll show this in Manila. But if they do, I think I'll watch it.
Recently, I stumbled upon Rachel Zoe's website and found myself browsing it for more than an hour. It definitely lives up to her reputation as a style maven because each and every button of this website is chicness personified.
When I was still in HKG, I'd often watch "The Rachel Zoe Project" and found the show to be very entertaining. Now, I can get that same feeling on a website.
It's been a while since I last checked out The Ramp at Crossings Department Store in Shangrila, so I decided to drop by today.
This is what greeted me:
Two things immediately came to mind:
1. This is a huge area they're leaving behind, so I'm intrigued to know who's taking their place here. H&M or Uniqlo perhaps?
2. I still remember when they opened 20 years ago. They were positioning themselves as a contender to SM, and Crossings was one of the anchor stores of Shangrila Plaza back then. They had 2 huge floors, and carried pretty classy stuff. Too bad they couldn't sustain it.
Now, I'll have to go all the way to Makati or Trinoma for my The Ramp fix.