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#21 darkman

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 10:59 AM

tikman nyo yung kabab sandwich at sizzling keema sa MISER KABAB sa may delta
(Q.AVE cor WEST AVE) masarap dyan.... sa may santa cruz naman masarap yung bola-bola soup at kiampung rice... 120 dalawa na kayo, kaso wala pang soft drinks yan...

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 11:28 AM

try nyo DAPO sa scout borromeo, near t. morato / timog. sarap food, supe amibience and live music pa.

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 12:11 PM

tapsi sa pandacan CHEAPBUGAN!

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 12:21 PM

T Pinpin Eatery and New ToHo Food House both along T Pinpin Street in Binondo.

For less than P400 you can get Camaron Rellenado, Tortang Alimasag, Bituka and Asado Halo fried rice for two, and sodas. No service charge. Clean well-lighted places, airconditioned pa. Parking is non-existent on weekdays, good enough on weekends and holidays.

Bulaluhan sa Espana and the other branch at Ramirez, both near the Mabuhay Rotonda / UDMC area of QC along Espana.

The best pampatanggal ng tame in town, with sabaw all you can for your bulalo and quick and easy inihaw na liempo, pla-pla, hito. Parking is easy. A quick meal of rice, bulalo and a soda costs no more than P60.

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 03:58 PM

Borromeo Grill at scout borromeo in QC. Start with Tuna shashimi, then get their sizzling squid, sweet n sour pork, crispy tenga, even their pinaputok na pla-pla is good.

Beer is at P21 only. Meron pa parang kubo where you can have a feeling na nasa province. sarap uminom!

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 07:54 PM

breakfast meals sa JolliJeep along Valero Street sa Makati... masarap ung malingsilog nila kaso pag nasobrahan, nakakahighblood sa dami ng mantika...

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Posted 13 December 2004 - 01:14 AM

atong, where is the location of miensan?

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my apologies for the late reply. mein san is located at granada street. coming from greenhills towards e rodriguez along ortigas, it's immediately at the right side after santolan before passing jt's manukan.

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Posted 13 December 2004 - 02:25 AM

ado's panciteria in pasig, tanong nyo lang sa may pasig proper alam na yun, order the pancit tostado, may chicharon SARAP!

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Posted 13 December 2004 - 12:52 PM

kung pancit, subukan niyo sa lido.

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Posted 07 April 2005 - 12:16 PM

There's a place right off airport road in Paranaque (or is it Las Pinas?) where one can buy fresh seafood and vegetables and several restaurants clustered around it can cook them for you.

I tried it a couple of years ago with Paris-based colleagues and they were extremely happy. One even had a photo taken with a lobster to show Parisiennes that he had lobster in Manila which was extremely expensive in Paris.

As usual, hindi ko alam ang title niya, but it should be just off airport road, south of MIA.

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Posted 07 April 2005 - 06:56 PM

There's a place right off airport road in Paranaque (or is it Las Pinas?) where one can buy fresh seafood and vegetables and several restaurants clustered around it can cook them for you.

I tried it a couple of years ago with Paris-based colleagues and they were extremely happy. One even had a photo taken with a lobster to show Parisiennes that he had lobster in Manila which was extremely expensive in Paris.

As usual, hindi ko alam ang title niya, but it should be just off airport road, south of MIA.

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The place is called "Dampa"

#32 ATONG ANG

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Posted 07 April 2005 - 08:33 PM

There's a place right off airport road in Paranaque (or is it Las Pinas?) where one can buy fresh seafood and vegetables and several restaurants clustered around it can cook them for you.

I tried it a couple of years ago with Paris-based colleagues and they were extremely happy. One even had a photo taken with a lobster to show Parisiennes that he had lobster in Manila which was extremely expensive in Paris.

As usual, hindi ko alam ang title niya, but it should be just off airport road, south of MIA.

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there are allternatives to that place in libis and roxas blvd baclaran. there's also on in banawe called wok with liu

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Posted 08 April 2005 - 10:10 AM

The place is called "Dampa"

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not exactly an alternative joint, sobrang sikat nga nito dami na gumagaya.

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Posted 08 April 2005 - 02:07 PM

there are allternatives to that place in libis and roxas blvd baclaran.  there's also on in banawe called wok with liu

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where in banawe is wok with liu?

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Posted 08 April 2005 - 03:52 PM

sa snackaroo sa may judge jimenez in QC. ok ang steak nila dun grilled pa!

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Posted 13 April 2005 - 12:07 AM

PURPLE ALLEY CAFE
Category: Restaurants
Cuisine: Italian
Location: 19 Scout Bayoran St., Quezon City (near Rembrandt Hotel)

As we were looking for a place to eat lunch, my officemates and I stumbled on this cozy cafe along Scout Bayoran St. We almost didn't see it because it faced an apartment driveway instead of the road. Thank heavens there was a huge sign that pointed us to its exact location!

Upon entering the cafe, we were greeted by the sweet-smelling aroma of pasta being cooked in the kitchen. My officemates and I had the same thought bubble, "This is promising!" The cafe's owner, a friendly and gracious woman, led us to our table. She told us that the cafe opened quite recently that's why it didn't have that many customers. That was fine with us since we had the whole place to ourselves.

When she gave us the menu, we realized that the cafe actually specializes in pasta. I ordered Italian stuffed chicken, which is a crepe stuffed with chicken, ham and cheese and sprinkled with rosemary sprigs. Given a choice between pasta and rice, I chose pasta. Carmi, one of my officemates, treated the group with a plate of nachos.

The food took a while to prepare, so we spent the time drinking glasses of iced tea (bottomless) and looking at the various architectural sketches posted on the wall. [When I return I'll ask the owner who did the sketches.] When the food arrived, it looked and smelled sumptuous. I tasted the pasta. Wow! I haven't tasted pasta that good before. The Italian stuffed chicken tasted even better! Unlike pasta served in bigger restaurants, the ones served at Purple Alley Cafe tasted homemade. Add to that the coziness of the place and reasonable price of the food...voila! It's the perfect recipe to a satisfying meal.

We gave our compliments to the owner, and she was happy that we were satisfied with the food. She even invited us to attend the ballroom dancing that happens every Saturday night on the second floor of the cafe. Still suffering from Guillain-Barre syndrome, I politely declined her offer. Perhaps Carmi and the others would be happy to try it.

The only thing that keeps me from giving this cafe a perfect score is the long preparation time for the food. It seems that the cafe is under-manned; thus, they have difficulty handling the orders, especially if the place is full. However, that problem can easily be remedied in the future. For now, I suggest that you call them and place your order before going to the cafe. That way, you won't waste your time waiting for your food.

Purple Alley Cafe: (632) 411-0023

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Posted 13 April 2005 - 12:25 PM

wow! okay yang purple alley na iyan ah. mukhang promising. may lalaban na rin kay cafe uno. hehehe.

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Posted 13 April 2005 - 12:42 PM

Snackaroo! I used to eat there like around 5 yrs ago coming home from work. Sizzling steak is great and very affordable pa with big servings.

I came back to that place 1 month ago and it's still the same place it was before. The quality is still good.

Suggest you guys try this.


sa snackaroo sa may judge jimenez in QC. ok ang steak nila dun grilled pa!

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Posted 14 April 2005 - 10:56 AM

there are allternatives to that place in libis and roxas blvd baclaran.  there's also on in banawe called wok with liu

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Paluto with Victor Liu

victor is a personal friend, dating cook ng manila hotel iyan and marami pang big restuarants in his younger years, and right now he has his own joints actually 2 branches one in banawe and one in baclaran. It is located at the back of SEaside market, the trick here is to buy your seafood on the wet market, i bought a kilo of large prawns for 450 pesos, and have it cook Tempura style , this is the best tempura i have tasted, even better than the ones in HONG KOng, cooking charge only 150 , and I have around 25-30 big prawn , cooked in tempura for only 600 pesos. they charge only service fee, so depende na iyan kung gaano ka galing mag market, famous din siya sa grilled muscle with cheese, and magaling rin iyong fried crab niya. Try the tempura you won't regret it !!!! :cool:

#40 Mr. Brown

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Posted 14 April 2005 - 12:17 PM

May small indian restaurant along Dela Costa Street in Salcedo Village, Makati. Masarap food nila and laging puno pag lunchtime. Check it out.




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