Monday, November 24, 2014

My Sideline Tea Shop and Bar Experience

Been hearing this place for quite sometime now and I am intrigued with what others were saying.
So I decided to make this as one of the venue for my pre-nuptial photoshoot with one of my clients for December wedding.

Collections of teas were present at the Bar, with different kind of teas. :)



Added factor of a must-see gallery of artworks made by the local residents. You'll love the paintings and canvas hanging on the wall.


 A new place in town that offers yummy home-cooked tasting food!

They offer a very affordable beer!

I love their concoctions of teas fused with fruits and other flavors..

My clients were late that day, so i decided to try ordering some. food, backed mac and cheese and lemonade fused with lemon grass were what I ordered



A closer look of this flavor-full baked mac and cheese, personally made by the owner of the place, Miss Patty Bagano.

Oh by the way, their pastas are freshly made by the delicate hands of Miss Patty.. :)


I hope you guys can visit this place too, when you visit Puerto Princesa, it's just a few blocks away from the airport. :)

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19 comments:

  1. This place looks so lovely. I love the tea stored in the glass jars and the food looks so delicious!

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  2. That pasta looks AMAZING and that's so awesome that it's made by hand! I love the gallery of artwork, what a cute touch <3

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  3. I gotta stop commenting on food blogs in the middle of the night. However this food looks so yummy, fresh pasta.. yes, just pass me some through the computer screen please!

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  4. Liz @ A Nut in a NutshellDecember 15, 2014 at 7:10 AM

    Oh my gosh, the pasta looks incredible and the flavors you mentioned do too. I'll definitely have to stop by there if I ever get the chance!

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  5. Beautiful photography. Now I'm hungry for that mac and cheese!

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  6. The art work looks great, the food looks so delicious

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  7. I love the artwork on the walls! Beautiful! That pasta looks amazing too!

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  8. I love baked mac and cheese. This one looks so rich in flavors from the different ingredients.

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  9. Penny @ pennyspassion.blogspotDecember 15, 2014 at 8:05 PM

    Looks like a great place. Your photos are fabulous!

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  10. This place sounds and looks amazing. I love the variety of tea, the art, and the food looks delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. This looks awesome! What a wonderful place with good food.

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  12. The photos of the food you took are so pretty! How affordable were the dishes? Can you share the food menu with a price listing?

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  13. It looks like an awesome place. The food looks absolutely incredible.

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  14. Beautiful and delicious! I love your photos!

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  15. The food looks yummy. I'm a huge tea lover so this would be a win for me.

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  16. Awesome place this is - I love it. I could only wish that every food shop I know has this kind of feel to it.

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  17. Cherri Littleton MegaskoDecember 18, 2014 at 10:55 AM

    That foods looks wonderful. And what a great venue for photographs!

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  18. We also have Snack Sized Mac and Cheese here in Sidelines ;) feel free to pay us a visit.

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  19. Thank you for the awesome review. Sidelines is still evolving even more. Aide of cooking from scratch pastas and authentic Thai curries, Now we even bake our own Bread, Cakes and Cookies!

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