yum yum tree in rustans. They offer affordable eat all you can meals.
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in fairness to bagoong club, their deconstructed okoy and sinigang sa bayabas is good.
otherwise, i agree, the food is blaahhh.
mabilis lang ang wi-fi.
in san juan yung little store...nice chinese food! sa street sa likod ng northpark. katabi ng piandre salon
^ no.. it's not very good. you can get much better lumpia and machang and maki mi elsewhere.
speaking of machang, whats your take with the machang of ersao, west ave. or banawe? not all ersao have this on their menu.
I have yet to try:
Palm Tower B, St. Paul Rd., San Antonio Village, Makati. (One block away from Bagtikan St.)
(02) 896 1990
Some of the blog reviews:
So I ordered Katsudon [comes with free miso soup and bean sprouts stir fried in sesame oil] (P210) and Yakisoba (P140).
The food here reminds me of those little restos in Little Tokyo and Japanese-owned restos on Buendia Avenue near Taft Avenue. Cooked just right with the good flavors intact. Ingredients are fresh and high quality.
I'll come back for the sukiyaki and gyoza.
don't. go for any variant of the tonkatsu. perfect.
i enjoy eating at chicken charlie. sakto lang the ambiance and the food is delicious!
Not really a big fan of anything fried especially pork. Katsudon was an exception because I like beaten eggs in a dish.
i love tonkatsuya too, i find their tonkatsus really authentic. di puro breading lang at matigas na karne.
^ Yup! We had katsu curry and tonkatsu set. It's very good and filling!
The gyoza's fine. I like the toasted edges. Hehe.
Namimiss ko na yung Chinese restaurant near Rockwell, in the residential area. No signage at all. Only point of reference is a neighborhood parlor (as in parlor talaga, hindi salon). It made me feel I was doing something illegal when I ate there, haha. We were the only Pinoys, the rest were old Chinese men. It's so hidden that I don't even remember how to get there again.
May thai resto sa katiputan. Basil ata. kumain dun yung friend ko. okay daw. looking forward to try it too. tapos post ko feedback ko dito pag nakakain na ako dun
North Park KOPI TIAM - C.Benitez st., QC
it has two branches. the other is at green valley, pasig. yes, its a cooffeeshop but it serves chinese, continnental, filipino, malaysian, korean, pastries, singaporean, and thai food. image a coffeeshop that serves halo-halo. operating hours is from 7:00am - 2:00am.
Correct. Basil nga ang name. It's good but a bit pricey and the portions weren't that big. Ambience is great though.May thai resto sa katiputan. Basil ata. kumain dun yung friend ko. okay daw. looking forward to try it too. tapos post ko feedback ko dito pag nakakain na ako dun