If you’re in a tight budget to treat your loved one/s good food without breaking the intimate mood, 10 Dove street is the place where you should be.
In their menu you can find the “10 Dove Street Experience” worth P250.00 that lets you enjoy soup, salad sandwhich and dessert of your choice from their wide array of food selection. This is best for customers who are in for a diet and for those who don’t have much big appetite.
Another choice you’ll find from their menu are the “Kitchen Favorites” that lets you enjoy soup, entree and dessert of your choice for only P275.00
Peeks of their food
Call ahead and reserve the favorite romatics location with this number (032) 418 1010.
10 Dove Street is located at the Oakidge Business Park Mandaue City.
Note: Photos are from google, I do not hold any claim over them.
The following are quotes on the creative process from the book ‘The 100 Habits of Successful ScreenWriters’ by Karl Iglesias.
- The best way to have a great day idea is to have lots of ideas– Linus Pauling
- The answer to any problem pre-exists. We need to ask the right question to reveal the answer– Jonas Salk
- The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be kindled– Plutarch
- Genius is childhood recovered at will– Charles Baudelaire
- Make your friends with your shower. If inspired to sing, maybe the song has an idea in it for you-Albert Einstein
- Dig the well before you are thirsty– Chinese Proverb
- Discovery consists of looking at the same thing as everyone else and thinking something different– Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Trust in God for he loves all.
Perfect on Paper is my first book read by the author Maria Murnane.
I bought her book in book sale (a heaven for bibliophiles) after the books’ log line captured my interest and later on tingled my emotions.
It is a book about a girl named Waverly in her late 20’s who almost had everything she dreamed. Her PR job in sports, two bestfriends, a bar where everyone knows her name and a supposedly happy marraige with the love of her life.
Besides other issues keeping her busy includes her father, a new rival at work and an ever nagging fear that her life is not turning out as she thought it would or should.
To stay sane, Waverly makes a habbit of jotting down “Honey Notes,” self-deprecating bits of single-girl humor that she hopes to one day develop into a line of greeting cards.
As Waverly stumbles back into the dating scene her personal and professional lives threaten to collide.
The book reminds us that everyone has had a bad date or twelve and that everyone needs a best friend to tell them, “HONEY, you are not alone”
I recommend this to every single women who still believes that they got a shot on love but is hindered by their own fear and low-self esteem.
This book is highly humurous. Definitely a novel you’ll enjoy reading!