Photo #106: April 16
Happy Easter, happy eaters! Opted for a Chinese lunch with my loves as we tried Hungry Panda Food House Marikina. On the table: Yang Chow fried rice, buttered chicken, beef broccoli flower, and lechon kawali. My favorite’s the chicken, which looked dry, but was actually quite flavorful and had a nice crunch. I initially thought the beef broccoli was salty, but it got better as we munched on. The lechon kawali’s okay, but dry. We finished the rice! 3 hungry pandas, eh? We also loved their chili oil!!! I usually judge a Chinese restaurant by their chili oil, so good job, Hungry Panda! Great for groups! ^^
Photo #72: March 13
I started opening birthday gifts!!! Thank you for the mini cactus, Andrew! First time for me to receive a plant as a gift! I had to Google “how to take care of a small cactus”! =p In the background is a thoughtful Chinese New Year gift from Khrisna! Thank you guys!
Photo #43: February 12
Had an early Valentine date with Leo at Kos Greek Ouzeri. Thank you for the time, patience, and surprise, dear. Sorry for my moodiness! Love you! :-*
Photo #29: January 29
I wish this photo could do more justice to Mandi’s Grill Grub‘s latest experiment, the “Saint and Sinner” sandwich, nay, sandwiches! I couldn’t figure out how to get a clear picture of both, but there are actually 2 sandwiches here. Below is the “saint”: 2 grilled chicken breast pieces with cheese. On top is the “sinner,” and rightfully so because it has 2 fried chicken thigh fillets, 2 pieces of thick-cut bacon, cheese, and egg-mayo. Goodness, the fried chicken tastes like KFC’s! Everything is sandwiched between slightly sweet bread, sweet because of either cranberries or raisins – I was busy eating to confirm hahaha! This sandwich monstrosity was served with some fries and mojos, with Mandi’s oh so yummy tartar sauce! Please have this na po on your menu!!!
Photo #316: November 11
Happy Pepero Day from Omonok!!! 🙂 Such an awesome way to begin my weekend! 😀
Photo #86: March 26
Aside from their chicken and Omo-rice, I also love OMOnok‘s Omo-fries! They’re sprinkled with nori and some salt. Great on their own or pair them with some chicken!! Yum! 😀