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2018 Project 365, Day 140: The Dimsum Place

Photo #140: May 20

Had a feast at The Dimsum Place after 3 weeks of not seeing each other! On the table: steamed chicken with mushrooms, asado rice bowl, hakaw (super siksik!!!), beef wanton noodle soup, salted egg tofu, and milk tea! Watched “Deadpool 2” at one of Fishermall’s VIP cinemas after. A Sundate well-spent. 

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2018 Project 365, Day 125: Goreng Goreng Delivery

Photo #125: May 5

Too busy to go out or cook, but that won’t stop me from eating good food! So thankful that Goreng Goreng now delivers huhu! Savior from starvation! On the table: tauhu goreng (tofu chips), mee goreng mamak (Indian-Malay style fried noodles), and ayam goreng berempah (fried chicken). Funny, when I placed my order, ate girl, upon knowing who I was, said, “No kangkong???” AHAHAHA =p They know me too well. Next time, kangkong! ❤

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2018 Project 365, Day 28: Ramen Galore

Photo #28: January 28

4 people, 4 different kinds of ramen. Shenron ramen for me, miso for Leo, chashu for Kate, and the Beast ramen for Chi! OISHII!!!! I highly recommendShizen Ramen!!!!

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2018 Project 365, Day 17: Shizen Ramen x 3

Photo #17: January 17

Find friends who’d order individual bowls of ramen despite being surrounded by couples sharing only one! Spicy Yakuza for me, flavorful shoyu for Nikki, and meaty Beast for Ernest! Shizen Ramen in Marikina is definitely one of the best ramen shops for me!

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2017 Project 365, Day 303: North Park Ultimate Noodles

Photo #303: October 30

Accomplished a lot today, which made me think I could finish North Park’s ultimate noodles, but it was the other way around – the noodles finished me =p Good thing they allow noodle leftover takeouts!

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2017 Project 365, Day 281: Shizen Ramen

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!

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