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Pursuing one of my passion to write through blogging is something I do unequivocally.
Looking at my blog site from outside the box, I could not classify it in one specific direction if its a travel blog a food blog a fashion blog not even a lifestyle blog. I am still in the process of classifying this page of mine. Carefully taking each step with decisiveness to literally gather likes and hits and views for my page. Their like medals and trophies to hopeful bloggers like me. Not caring for the annual awards but each increase on the page views definitely gives us a different kind of bliss. Besides I created this as portal of this book I am wanting to publish for the longest time. And the fact that I was able to share my everyday experiences to people who might fond them interesting.
However, just recently, binging just like everyone especially this past Christmas Holiday, i see myself blogging more on food.
There’s this one place I do not wanna miss in my “To blog list”, if you will ask, there’s more than 50 drafts that I have yet to post if I have the luxury of time like posting 3 different blogs while on vacation which includes a Gratitude blog for the year that was.
My first blog for this year is about this restaurant that is very familiar to me back in college days. Being one of the oldest pizza parlor in the Philippines. I have spent almost 10 years working in Makati and seen and tried a lot of pizza parlors from said CBD (Commercial Business District).
Though this one is especially special as it reminds me of my younger years. Literally, it brought me back my old carefree self. College days is one of the best years of my entire life. As Di’Marks has a branch in Taft, Manila during that time. The place was just a stone thrown away from our school. It saddened me to discover that the place I used to love had been not operating years ago.
Now that my workplace is in Shaw, Mandaluyong City. I discovered that there’s a branch just across our building. I also learned from the attendant that there’s a branch in Alabang. Yey! The Tomas Morato branch is too far from me. It was a relief to know that there’s one near me. Instantly, I dine there with friends, colleagues and at times just by myself.
Tonight, sharing the experience with my foodie buddy (I am by the way 10 years ahead her Seniors), she insisted to try Di’Marks. And I gave in to her wish.
I knew she will like their pasta because unlike me who wants it the Filipino version, lightly sweet. She prefers the Italian way which is a bit sour to me.
I especially like the way D’Marks provides me with plenty of my favorite: cheese. Toppings of mozzarella, cheddar on the pasta and the Parmesan too. They do not scrimp on them besides aside from the overflowing grated cheese on top of their pasta, they also have a ready dispenser of Parmesan cheese for you to taste as much as you wish.
We had their best seller. Mad scramble pizza.
She loved the stuff they utilize as well: Personalized plates and napkins. She was surprise to find logoed tissues too. Ahaha!
We both agreed to come back and try the Big 22! Their pizza with 22 different toppings! ❤ And the “Tapas”!
I surely can’t wait! ❤