2017 Project 365, Day 52: Max’s Pork Sinigang

Photo #52: February 21

Satisfied another indulgent sinigang craving. Indulgent because it’s from Max’s. I was supposed to order from a Lilac Street restaurant, but apparently they have a certain time period for it, so I ended up Googling “sinigang delivery in the Philippines.” Although a bit expensive – their minimum for delivery is P500 – I’m glad to have added Max’s in my list of dining establishments that accept online credit card payments. 😀



2017 Project 365, Day 50: Genesis Pan de Sal

Photo #50: February 19

There are days when I just want breakfast food for dinner, and today, I wanted some pan de sal!  My favorite pan de sal shop is Genesis Hot Pandesal located along Lilac Street. They’re open 24 hours! I love their pan de sal because it’s chewy even when refrigerated, plus I can eat it on its own.



2017 Project 365, Day 48: Meatslut Lilac Marikina

Photo #48: February 17

Had an impromptu dinner with Richard Allan Co / TFC at Meatslut along Lilac. The food was…meh. The rib short plate’s char overpowered whatever seasoning they used, if any. All the sides we ordered weren’t served hot! The spinach gratin was salty, while the supposedly “umami corn” turned out to be just buttered corn. The two kinds of potato side dishes were okay, but not the best. Overpriced mediocre food, never eating here again. Well, okay, maybe we should have ordered their steaks? We’ll see. Anyway, thanks for the catch-up, Rich! :-*