We BURP, therefore we are.
Our third The Burp Society meet-up was a success!! Thanks to The Maya Kitchen for making this possible and for the memorable and fun experience of learning how to bake, with the help of their Culinary Director Ms. Rory Subida.
The exclusive baking class was in the works for almost 3 months. Since we’ve had meet-ups before at restaurants, we figured it’ll be nice to organize a different kind of get-together for our third meet-up. We sent The Maya Kitchen our ideas and they gladly helped us finalize the details as to when and what we’ll be preparing at the class.
After months of waiting and planning for our second meet-up, finally, we booked for dinner for 10 ka-burps at Van Gogh is Bipolar. It was on a rainy night, June 22nd, a Saturday, but the downpour didn’t affect our overall experience at one of the must-visit restaurants in the Metro.
Ken and I were determined to set our second meet-up at Van Gogh is Bipolar. We learned about it through a friend and from all the reviews we read about the restaurant, we became more convinced that VGIB is the perfect venue for our next meet-up.
Van Gogh is Bipolar is an artsy restaurant, owned by Jetro Rafael, an artist who’s been dealing with bipolar disorder and learned he can improve his mood through food, ingredients that will make him happy. He decided to share his diet, with a nudge from his friends, through this restaurant.