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 #28: January 28
Say hello to one of Mandi’s Grill Grub‘s latest offerings: deconstructed kare-kare! It has crispy pork pieces on a bed of eggplant, pechay, and sitaw, plus a generous amount of uber yummy bagoong rice! Ahhhhh! This also comes with 2 drinks, but Leo and I agree that an order can feed 3 people. Everything is just P480! Visit them along Lilac ASAP!!! 😀
Photo #259: September 15
I am not a fan of embutido primarily because it usually has raisins, so I was pleasantly surprised to find only 3 pieces of raisins in Aloot Foods‘s pork embutido! Thanks for tonight’s dinner.
Photo #356: September 12
Found time to try Aloot Foods‘ pork tocino today! I believe it’s my first time to cook tocino, so I’m glad it was an easy and quick experience! Their version is more on the salty side rather than sweet, and its texture made me think of tapa. Of course, I paired these with tomatoes, spiced vinegar, and newly cooked rice. Yum! 😀