Photo #345: December 11
Waaaa I’ve long heard about EAT FRESH Hong Kong Famous Street Foodfrom my Fil-Chinese friends, so I was thrilled to know that they now have a branch in MARIKINA!!! Everything we ordered was delicious! On the table: laksa, buttered chicken, siomai, snow shrimp, isaw, and nai cha! Find them along General Ordonez St. – near OLOPSC!
Photo #334: November 30
Ayala Malls Marikina opened 2 days ago!!! I did not expect this to happen because the area seems so, hmmm, residential? And compared to other Ayala malls’ locations, this one isn’t on a wide road, so I’m kind of worried about the traffic once all stalls open! However, since I do not need to go to QC, Taguig, or Makati anymore, I’m still excited to explore this mall. It will have to wait, though, maybe in the middle of December. So far, I saw Mercury Drug, Jollibee, Giligan’s and S&R Pizza, plus I know there’s also Starbucks (already open + Mercury) and BPI. Ah, Marikina, you continue to surprise me! ❤
Photo #329: November 25
I have worked so hard in the last 5 days, so naturally, I have this intense desire to go out and socialize in real life!!! Thank you for heeding my call, Rich!!! I miss you huhu!!! Glad that you also enjoyed the food at Roobi – Hot Pot and Teppanyaki! Wow, Richard at Roobi! Lol! 😀
Photo #316: November 12
Rejoicing because my PLDT connection’s finally back! To celebrate, we tried the newest resto along Lilac Street – Roobi – Hot Pot and Teppanyaki! P399 for unlimited food that you can cook via their hot pot or teppanyaki grill! The selection’s limited compared to similar restos, but, hey, it’s good enough if you don’t want to brave the traffic or crowded malls. Definitely coming back with my friends! 😀
Photo #288: October 15
Winner chicken dinner thanks to Mandi’s Grill Grub! Chicken barbecue + chicken patil rice + pan fried herbed chicken. Burp! Love the food, but I love this guy more hihi :-*
Photo #281: October 8
Shizen Ramen has only 12 items on their menu, but quality is defnitely a priority here. They currently offer 5 kinds of ramen, and we tried their best-sellers: the beast and chashu. The latter’s broth is yummier (pork bone & sesame), but the former’s meat toppings are heftier, so they’re both winners in my book. We paired our ramen with their equally delicious gyoza and colorful kani salad. The salad’s good, but I prefer to have more cucumber than cabbage in it. Too bad, they ran out of matcha ice cream earlier, so I’m looking forward to visiting Shizen again! I’ve got my eyes on the Yakuza and shoyu ramen hehe!
Photo #267: September 24
Another Goreng Goreng dinner, but this time with my sister and Chi! They actually ate here last night as well, but because they really enjoyed the food, they wanted to go back right away! We highly recommend their Hainanese chicken family meal —- around 6 chicken pieces, a platter of Hainan rice, a pitcher of iced tea, and banna fritters with ice cream for dessert (pisang goreng). BURP!