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    Kitaro: Yummy & Affordable Japanese Delights

    by nixca316 Updated Oct 9, 2011

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    Kitaro is a Casual Dining and a bit like a fast-food place. It serves authentic Japanese and fusion meals.

    The taste is competitive and the service is good.

    My motto is, if they are nice to my autistic brother, they are worth another try.

    They have branches all over the metropolis, Baguio, Pampanga, and Bulacan. This particular branch has a warm atmosphere, even when it's full. Well, maybe it's just me, but I felt welcome and I felt the sincerity of their service.

    When people are sincere, they deserve a good tip.

    :)






    Visa and Mastercard are accepted



    Prices? Very reasonable.

    Favorite Dish:
    *sushi and noodles

    *The Bento meals are great value for money

    *The maguro salad is to die for

    *The salmon head aradaki

    *The cream dory steak

    Salmon Teriyaki Don Salmon head aradaki Chahan
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    Bangus: Bangus

    by joysweet Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Celebrated my xx birthday here with my family. We have eaten here several times as my niece Gain and nephew Happy love the food here. They serve Filipino dishes, with specialty Bangus (of course) as their speciality. They have several ways of serving the Bangus (milk fish, the national fish of the PH).

    Best to reserve, especially on a Sunday as the restaurant is a bit small and if you are dining with your family you might have a hard time getting a table.

    We ordered:
    Sinigan na Hipon (Tamarind Soup with Shrimp). At 180p, there's about 4-5 pcs of medium sized shrimp.
    Bangus Sisig - their version of the Filipino specialty, and with the fish - this sisig is healthier - 155p
    Crispy Calamares - very disappointed because this isn't the normal calamares we like (squid rings), but they served it as little chopped squid. Not worth the money at 115p
    Boneless Crispy Pata - no more comments about this as I love crispy pata everywhere. 420p
    Grilled Bangus belly with Sampaloc Candy Sauce and Crispy Kangkong - the sauce is sweet, and is something different. 250p
    Lumpiang Capanpangan - Spring rolls with green papaya - didn't taste it actually. 80p

    Their plain rice at 40p is about 1.5 cups and they serve it in a big plate for every 3 order (about 5 cups approx)

    They have packages for family:
    Kaing Yaman - 950++ - there is a variety served from salad to desert.

    With 12% vat and 10% service charge.

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  • Dampa, Macapagal Avenue: Seafood Market/ Restaurant Dampa

    by thescene Updated Feb 3, 2011

    One of the popular types of restaurants is the "paluto" type of restaurants. Here people buy fresh seafood from a wet market and then proceed to a complex of restaurants which are adjacent to the market. Once you get to the restaurant you can instruct the cook to prepare the seafood in any way you want. One of the most popular places to go to is the one along Macapagal Avenue near the Mall Of Asia.

    Favorite Dish: Chilli Shrimps
    Chili Crabs
    Steamed Fish

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    Dad and Mom's Restaurant: Great VT Meeting Place at Mall of Asia by the bay

    by jumpingnorman Updated Jul 9, 2010

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    We had an amazing party here last June 2010, and we reserved the whole place during a Saturday evening for my family meeting with friends from VirtualTourist. This is one of those restaurants where you buy the fish, meat and vegetables in the nearby market, and then they cook the food for you per "your instructions".

    Since we live in the USA, we pre-organized the party with the manager over the phone - we just had to give a small deposit to reserve the place on the day we wanted.
    We had over one hundred guests that night and about 70 stayed inside the airconditioned room while the rest stayed in the outside tables, watching the live band and also seeing the fireworks at 7 PM (Mall of Asia fireworks display on the weekend). The waiters were very attentive to our needs and even "jumped" for us, hahaha - thanks.....
    My wife did the marketing of items to be cooked during the morning and they cooked the food as we instructed (fee for cooking affordable), and my guests were all satisfied. Our party started from 530 PM and ended until 1030 PM and the staff was very courteous to us noisy JUMPERS the whole time, hahaha

    Waiters jumping for us at Dad and Mom's restaurant Dad and Mom's restaurant, Mall of Asia,Philippines Dad and Mom's restaurant, Mall of Asia,Philippines Dad and Mom's restaurant, Mall of Asia,Philippines

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    G Squared: Seafoods Cooked Your Way

    by cyndymc Updated Jun 6, 2010

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    G Squared is a restaurant that specializes in "paluto" (they cook whatever seafood you bring to them according to whatever cooking style you prefer). Whenever we feel like eating "kamayan" style (eating with bare hands) our favorite seafoods like crabs, prawns, "alupihang dagat", oysters, etc., we go to G Squared at Dampa at Macapagal Avenue or San Miguel By the Bay at MOA. For only P150 per kg cooking charge, G Squared is able to transform our seafood faves into tempura /buttered & crispy fried/steamed/baked/ gambas, etc.

    Favorite Dish: tempura, buttered prawns, baked scallops

    Tempura Baked Scallops
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    Guen Mariel's Good Food: "Paluto" Style Restaurant

    by cyndymc Updated Dec 6, 2009

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    My daughter brought us to Guen Mariel's Good Food, one of the "palutuan" restaurants in Seaside Macapagal. She wanted hubby and I to taste test the cooking there. According to my daughter who is bringing her staff there for team building, she made a price comparison (if they were to do the marketing themselves or take the market + paluto package) and confirmed that there would in fact be savings on her budget. And this is despite the fact that their cooking charge is about P30-50 more expensive than the other restaurants.

    Hubby and I liked it there because of the simple but clean, cool (airconditioned) dining area, excellent customer service of the Restaurant Manager and crew, clean restrooms with liquid soap, strong water supply, tissue paper and pail with dipper (very Filipino), and separate place for washing hands (no need to wait for your turn at the comfort room just to wash your hands). The waiter even gave us fresh kalamansi to rub on our hands to remove the seafood smell.

    Guen Mariel's Good Food has VIP rooms with videoke for groups (like family reunion/parties/team building/barkada nites). And for those who don't want to do the marketing of raw seafoods, they have regular food packages (inclusive of market + paluto) at reasonable prices (ranging from P1,990 to 2,800 for 10 pax; P3,110-3,690 for 15 pax. The special Chef's Recommendation packages for 10-12 pax range fro P3,460-3,560. They can also customize the food package depending on your desired dish.

    Favorite Dish: "Adobong pusit" (squid adobo), buttered-garlic prawns, baked scallops, tempura (their sauce is great!), lobster

    Lobster Signage of Guen Mariel's Good Food Main Dining Area VIP Room For Small Group Tempura
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    Seattle's Best: Perk Up With Coffee

    by cyndymc Written Jun 1, 2009

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    If you'd like to have hot or iced coffee in a quiet, cozy place with wifi amenity, then Seattle's Best is the place for you. Although it is self-service, the staff are very helpful, like when you need a refill of coffee or a glass of cold water. They also don't mind if you linger long in their place even though you've finished your coffee and coffee cake/bread.

    At SM MOA Branch of Seattle's Best, you have a choice to have your coffee in the airconditioned coffeeshop or al fresco by the Seaside Blvd.

    Favorite Dish: I like alternating their flavored lattes each time I visit.

    Inside Coffeeshop of Seattle's Best
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    Tokyo Cafe': Japanese Food Options

    by cyndymc Written Jun 1, 2009

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    Nice view of the cafe' from outside, but very small and cramped inside. There is not enough elbow room between dining tables and chairs. Food tastes good, but service is quite slow:(

    Favorite Dish: I liked the sushis.

    Sorry, I wasn't able to take pictures of the food, as I wasn't pleased with the position of our dining table:(

    Tokyo Cafe', From Outside
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    Pupung & Friends: Just The Way My Grandma Cooked Food!

    by cyndymc Written Jun 1, 2009

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    I like the unassuming but spic & span ambience of Pupung & Friends. Although it is supposed to be self-service, the staff are ready to help.

    Favorite Dish: Whenever we miss "nilugaw" (native congee) or "arroz caldo" (Spanish congee with chicken), we go to this small restaurant. Their version tastes like my grandma's cooking. We like to eat our "nilugaw" or "arroz caldo" with "tokwa't baboy" (diced boiled pork mixed with crispy-fried diced tofu marinated in soy sauce-vinegar mixture with garlic, onions and chili, and some salt & pepper).

    Pupung & Friends
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    Gerry's Grill: Wholesome Resto-Bar W/ Good Food

    by cyndymc Written Jun 1, 2009

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    Gerry's Grill is a resto-bar offering local cuisine, specializing in grilled meats and appetizers that go well with beer. Food is good; service is quite slow.

    At SM MOA Branch, we prefer to eat at the outdoor patio, though they have two airconditioned dining rooms (one with native decor motif and the other with modern interior design).

    Favorite Dish: Baked Mussels (Fresh mussels w/ melted cheese), "Kinilaw na Tanigue" (Diced boneless fishmarinated in vinegar with chili, garlic, ginger & onions), Pork "Sinigang" (Pork in Sour Soup w/ vegetables), Grilled "Liempo" (Pork Belly)

    Baked Mussels Pork
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    Pugad Dencio's: Native Dishes

    by cyndymc Updated Apr 29, 2009

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    Pugad Dencio's is a cozy restaurant. At Harbour Square Branch, their motif is modern native, with unique ceiling accessories and fish decors on the wall. Habour Square Branch has the advantage of having a beautiful view of Manila Bay, Yacht Club and Manila skyline. Diners can opt to eat inside their clean, attractively decorated air-conditioned room or outside the airy Harbour Baywalk.

    Customer Service is superb; waiters were alert to our needs.

    Favorite Dish: "Sisig" Supreme is a longtime favorite, since their version of "Sisig" is less greasy. The last time we ate there, we tried their Crispy Sisig which is similar to Sisig Supreme, but without the mayonnaise. They used chopped crispy pork meat rather than chopped pig ears and cheek. Sinuglaw is another favorite; it is a combo dish of "sinugbang liempo" (grilled pork) and "kinilaw" (fresh fish marinated in vinegar, seasoned with chopped ginger, garlic, onions and finger chili). Our favorite appetizers are calamares (deep fried breaded squid rings) and Crispy "Kangkong" ( tempura style swamp cabbage leaves).

    Their fruit shakes, as always, were great! Our favorite is the watermelon shake.

    (Sorry, I don't have pictures of the food this time. We were so hungry when we went there, I forgot to take shots before eating...You may check the pictures of Dencio's in my Tagaytay Travel Guide.)

    Pugad Dencio's Signage Paper Placemat w/ Pugad Baboy Comics Pugad Dencio's at Ground Floor Harbour Square Bldg
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    Shrimps Ahoy!: Gambas is a Must!

    by cyndymc Written Feb 18, 2009

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    Shrimps Ahoy is one of the popular restaurants at Harbour Square, located at the 2nd floor of the Right Wing Building. It is a seafood bar & grill restaurant, specializing in shrimp dishes, but it also offers pastas, other seafood specials, salads, appetizers, sandwiches, and local grilled foods. The ambience is cozy, with native decor and colorful batik lanterns. It provides a cool, airy place to enjoy your meals while enjoying the best view of Manila Bay and Manila Skyline.

    The food servers are polite, alert and hospitable, ever willing to relay your personal comments and suggestions for preferred cooking to the chef.

    If it is your first time to dine at Shrimps Ahoy, you will be given a VIP Card which will entitle you to 10% discount on cash payment for your next visit.

    Favorite Dish: I liked their Gambas best- just the right blend of spices and sauce. I liked next their fish & chips, though their sauce could have been better. Their tempura could be better.

    Tempura & Gambas View From Shrimps Ahoy View of Cityscape From Shrimps Ahoy
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    Don Henrico's: American Italian Restaurant in MOA

    by mikoykoy Updated Mar 6, 2008

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    Famously called as "Don Hen" to frequent customers, Don Henrico's opened its _nth branch in Mall of Asia last December 2007.

    This will be my family's 2nd time dining at Don Hen (1st time was at their former Malate branch at Pedro Gil corner Mabini Sts--> this store is now closed and transferred in front of Robinson's Ermita). However, this will be my 6th or 7th time dining ( we used to eat at Festival Mall branch where our officemates celebrate invited us for dinner).

    When we visited MOA branch, they are still on soft opening and management advised us to be patient should there be any glitches on their services (though the store was already full and we are 3rd in queue to be seated).

    Since we already ordered in advance (while waiting to be seated), our order came barely 5 minutes after we got our seat.

    As usual, my kids ordered their favorite supreme pizza and buffalo wings. Me and my wife ordered onion ring for starter and additional 2 sets of pasta (i cannot remember which one). After dining, we still had 3 slices of pizza and one piece of buffalo wing for doggy bag.

    Don Henrico's for me still serves the best buffalo wing.

    Favorite Dish: Buffalo Wings
    Onion Rings

    Ristorante Waiting to be seated Bottomless Ice Tea Onion rings Buffalo wings
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    Pier 1 Restaurant: Pier 1 Restaurant

    by pres_16 Written Dec 26, 2007

    Food is a bit expensive but nice, has an open-air setting, but we were seated in place near the speakers - the music was so loud that it made us hard to hear one another during conversations.

    Favorite Dish: Try the crispy pata, bangus sisig and some veggies.

    crispy pata bangus sisig

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    Seafood Palutuan: paluto

    by shintarojon Updated Oct 11, 2007

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    Favorite Dish: (last date visited - June 2, 2007)

    Paluto (cooking fees)

    1) 1/2 kilo tanigue/kinilaw - PhP 90
    2) crabs/deep fried - 150
    3) maya/ miso soup - 100
    4) squids/adobo - 100

    misc. expense:
    a) rice bowl - 100
    b) ice tea pitcher - 130
    c) water - 70
    d) service charge - 30

    deep fried crabs kinilaw na adobong pusit sashimi seaweeds
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