2017 Project 365, Day 165: Mandi’s Kitchen Experiments

Photo #165: June 14

So I was supposed to work for at least 14 hours today, but I am helpless whenever Mandi’s Grill Grub kitchen experiments beckon me. Aside from chili shrimps, I had a taste of grilled siomai and imbao soup. Definitely worth missing a few hours of teaching!!!



2017 Project 365, Day 146: Prawns at Mandi’s

Photo #146: May 26

Hooray for techie cousins who help you figure out what’s wrong with your gadgets!  And hooray for Mandi’s Grill Grub for spoiling us with these huge prawns! ^^



2017 Project 365, Day 100: Shrimps!

Photo #100: April 10

You know it’s love when your favorite neighborhood restaurant serves you your favorite seafood even though you ordered something else. Thank you, Mandi’s Grill Grub!   



2017 Project 365, Day 64: Seafood Feast!

Photo #64: March 5

Ended a 13-hour work day with a seafood feast, thanks once again to my ever thoughtful Mandi’s Grill Grub family! And I’m glad to have shared these with two of my closest foodie friends, Rich and Mickey!!! :-*



2017 Project 365, Day 56: Shrimps and Mushrooms!

Photo #56: February 25

Mandi’s Grill Grub really knows my weakness! No matter how busy I am with work, I will find time for SHRIMPS! These are bathed in hoisin sauce and lots of chopped chili, along with three kinds of mushrooms (shitake, black fungus, and another). Aaaaand the garlic rice that came with it? Ahhh divine! A perfect meal on this 13-hour work day!



2017 Project 365, Day 35: Seafood Galore!

Photo #35: February 4

A seafood monster was spotted earlier at Mandi’s Grill Grub. It voraciously devoured fish sarciado, giant freshwater shrimps (ulang), and spicy blue crab. It wasn’t afraid to get its hands dirty…

p.s. the monster’s fictional, but the food’s real! Catch them while you can!!!



2016 Project 365, Day 168: Thai Platters Bagoong Rice Delivery

Photo #168: June 16

Someone’s eating happily today! These solo servings of Thai bagoong rice were sent by Thai Platters Bagoong Rice Delivery! Many thanks! :-* I was surprised to know that each one costs only a hundred bucks! Every serving has generous amounts of pork adobo, sun-dried shrimps, chopped scallions, shredded green mango & eggs, and of course, bagoong rice! They also come in various platter sizes – the biggest is called a feast, which could serve 20-24 people – perfect for potlucks! You may reach them through their FB page or call/text them at 0942-779-4378. Currently, they deliver for free within Marikina only. 🙂