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    Kyochon: Original KFC (Korean Fried Chicken)

    by machomikemd Updated Nov 4, 2014

    Kyochon is the First of the coming wave of the now becoming world famous KFC (Korean Fried Chicken! not Kentucky Fried Chicken, OK) and this South Korean Fried Chicken Company started in Osan in South Korea's Gyeongi Province in 1991 and it now has more than 1,000 stores worldwide but is only started in the Philippines in 2014 with it's first branch in SM Megamall (it now has 3 branches) as it promises to go head to head with it's rival in South Korea and more popular in the Philippines (with over 60 branches and counting), Bonchon Chicken (Kyochon has more than 800 branches around south korea while Chicken Bonchon has only 11 branches as Chicken Bonchon is more popular overseas). Unlike chicken Bonchon, Kyochon is not a fast food service of which you have to wait for your order to be cooked for 15 to 20 minutes.

    Kyochon Specializes in the double fried Chicken which south korean fried chicken is all about and is seasoned in their version of soy sauce with garlic (less strong in flavor than Bonchon Chicken) and also the Spicy Red Chicken and The Honey Glazed Chicken. They have other full service meals beside their popular Korean Fried Chicken plus drinks like ice cold beers or soju or other cold drinks.

    Their first branch is at the ground floor of Building B of SM Megamall

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: the original kyochon soy garlic chicken off course and a small order of 5 pieces of chicken wings cost 148 pesos and 10 wings at 250 pesos (the spicy red series and the sweet honey series costs the same) or the chicken drumsticks at 250 pesos for 4 pieces. drinks such as peach or lemon iced tea at 90 pesos an order, ice cold beers at 80 pesos and a bottle of soju at 140 pesos. an order of kimchi rice at 50 pesos a cup.

    welcome lemon iced tea menu kimchi rice original soy garlic chicken wings
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    My Singapore Food Street: Singaporean Hawker Food and More (2)

    by machomikemd Written Nov 4, 2014

    part two of my tips with more pictures

    My Singapore Food Street is a renovated Restaurant that formerly was named Orchard Road and was renovated and had new owners and was reopened in 2013 in the Building A area of SM megamall. The Restaurant is patterned after the hawker centers of Singapore, with an open faced kitchen where you can see the chefs cooked the scrumptious meals and hand pulled the coffee and iced teas (hawker style). you can order via lining up the counter and point on what you want to order and they have a large selection of Singaporean Specialaties like Popiah Spring Rolls, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Roast Chicken Rice, Char Kwey Toh, etc. Malaysian Chicken Curry or Laksa or Roti and Indonesian Nasi Goreng or Sambal and the famous Drinks of Singapore and Malaysia like the Teh Tahrik, Milo Dinosaur, Pearl Milk Tea and a lot more.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: what else but the singapore favorites like the Hainanese Chicken Rice (it cost 175 pesos a meal) and the Roast Chicken rice (170 pesos an order plus 50 pesos for the chicken rice), the Chicken and Pork Satay (they have pork satay in Singapore and Bali in Indonesia, named Satay Babi, but not in Malaysia) that cost 280 pesos for 6 pieces. the Malaysian Sweet Coconut Dessert Gula Melaka at 95 pesos an order and a lot more.

    inside roast chicken chicken and pork satay gula melaka
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    My Singapore Food Street: Singaporean Hawker Food and More (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Nov 4, 2014

    My Singapore Food Street is a renovated Restaurant that formerly was named Orchard Road and was renovated and had new owners and was reopened in 2013 in the Building A area of SM megamall. The Restaurant is patterned after the hawker centers of Singapore, with an open faced kitchen where you can see the chefs cooked the scrumptious meals and hand pulled the coffee and iced teas (hawker style). you can order via lining up the counter and point on what you want to order and they have a large selection of Singaporean Specialaties like Popiah Spring Rolls, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Roast Chicken Rice, Char Kwey Toh, etc. Malaysian Chicken Curry or Laksa or Roti and Indonesian Nasi Goreng or Sambal and the famous Drinks of Singapore and Malaysia like the Teh Tahrik, Milo Dinosaur, Pearl Milk Tea and a lot more.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: what else but the singapore favorites like the Hainanese Chicken Rice (it cost 175 pesos a meal) and the Roast Chicken rice (170 pesos an order plus 50 pesos for the chicken rice), the Chicken and Pork Satay (they have pork satay in Singapore and Bali in Indonesia, named Satay Babi, but not in Malaysia) that cost 280 pesos for 6 pieces. the Malaysian Sweet Coconut Dessert Gula Melaka at 95 pesos an order and a lot more.

    welcome menu black grass jelly drink hainanese chicken rice yum
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    8 Cuts Burger Blends: Artisanal Burger Chain

    by machomikemd Updated Nov 4, 2014

    8 cuts burger blend is a local artisanal hamburger chain that specializes in different kinds of hamburger made from the different cuts of beef (about 8 cuts like the chuck, ground round, brisket, sirloin, hanger steak, rib eye, flank or the short rib)) and the dizzying arraw of 23 toppings to choose from. You can also order their pre mixed beef burger blends like the house blend (beef short rib + rib eye) or the Beef Bomb (chuck + short rib) or the steak cut (sirloin + chuck) or the Big Game (hanger steak + brisket) or the exotic Ox Blend (flank + ox tail + rib eye) and then you can either choose from their pre set hamburger patties and toppings like cheeseburger No3 or Bar Burger or Messy Benny or custom made your own (any number of topping you like, just add extra cash for each additonal topping and then order you side dishes and drinks and viola!

    they now have 6 branches around the Metro Manila area since opening their first branch in 2013.

    this is their branch at the Megafashion Hall of the SM Megamall, located at the third floor.

    opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    according to their facebook page:

    8cuts was born to become everyone's neighborhood burger joint. The name ‘8Cuts’ is a reference to the eight cuts of beef used in the 5 custom blends that only 8Cuts offers — chuck, rib eye, short rib, sirloin, brisket, hanger, flank and ox tail. All patties are made in-house from 100% pure U.S. beef. Our patties are also hand-pressed so no two are ever the same, adding to a unique experience! All freshly ground, custom-blended, and seared to order. So come on over and meat our blends!

    Favorite Dish: you can make thousands of combinations of different beef cuts of beef and toppings. their basic one patty with two to three pattie 1/3 pound burgers cost 250 pesos and up and the two patty 1/2 pound burgers at 320 pesos and up and you add 30 to 50 pesos for an additional topping (or every topping you will put into your own custom burger). sides like french fries at 90 pesos per order and drinks like iced tea at 90 pesos and beers at 100 pesos and up.

    just near lugang cafe menu iced tea freedom fries the rising shroom burger
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    Lugang Cafe: Taiwanese Cuisine and More (2)

    by machomikemd Updated Nov 4, 2014

    Part two of my tips with more pictures

    Lugang Cafe is a taiwanese cuisine inspired international food chain that started out in Shanghai (it is named Ballagio Cafe in Mainland China (and for obvious reasons, it may not be named as such outside or the Bellagio Group of the MGM group of Casinos may give a howl) of which they have more than 40 branches around the mainland, hence it's philippine franchise was renamed Lugang Cafe, of which it offers Taiwanese Cuisine and a combintation of Hokkien Cuisine (of fujian province) and other regional cuisines of china and a Sprinkling of local Shanghai Cuisine too.

    They now have 6 branches across the capital region and this is their branch at the SM Megamall.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: a lot

    their famous specialty is the Shanghainese Steamed Dumpling with savory soup inside, called the xiao long bao and it cost 280 pesos an order. taiwanese cuisine specialties like the famous street food of fried oysters omellete at 220 pesos an order, the crab roe and porkj xiao long bao at 300 pesos an order, the taiwanese three cup chicken at 270 pesos an order, the fujian stewed beef and tendon claypot at 320 pesos an order, assorted fruit juices and bubble teas and infused iced teas from 130 to 150 pesos an order and a lot more.

    packed mango infused bubble tea black pepper fried rice three cup chicken taiwanese oyster omellete
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    Lugang Cafe: Taiwanese Cuisine and More (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Nov 4, 2014

    Lugang Cafe is a taiwanese cuisine inspired international food chain that started out in Shanghai (it is named Ballagio Cafe in Mainland China (and for obvious reasons, it may not be named as such outside or the Bellagio Group of the MGM group of Casinos may give a howl) of which they have more than 40 branches around the mainland, hence it's philippine and south east asian franchise was renamed Lugang Cafe, of which it offers Taiwanese Cuisine and a combintation of Hokkien Cuisine (of fujian province) and other regional cuisines of china and a Sprinkling of local Shanghai Cuisine too.

    They now have 6 branches across the capital region and this is their branch at the SM Megamall.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: a lot!

    their famous specialty is the Shanghainese Steamed Dumpling with savory soup inside, called the xiao long bao and it cost 280 pesos an order. taiwanese cuisine specialties like the famous street food of fried oysters omellete at 220 pesos an order, the crab roe and porkj xiao long bao at 300 pesos an order, the taiwanese three cup chicken at 270 pesos an order, the fujian stewed beef and tendon claypot at 320 pesos an order, assorted fruit juices and bubble teas and infused iced teas from 130 to 150 pesos an order and a lot more.

    welcome menu infused lemon iced tea xiao long bao braised stewed beef with tendon in claypot
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    House of Wagyu: Wagyu Steaks Anyone?

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 18, 2014

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    the most expensive beef cut known to man (but they serve the cheaper Australian Wagyu, not the Luxe Japanese Kobe and the Ultra Luxe Japanese Matsusukaya Beef) Dinner here literally costs an arm and a leg for the average working class person. House of Wagyu is owned by the Melo's Chain of Steak Restaurants and they have several Melo's, House of Wagyu and House of Wagyu Stone Grill Branches around the Capital Region. They have assorted Australian Wagyu Steak Cuts which are wet aged in a freezer and they show you the assorted cuts of which you can choose what cut you like, the degree of doneness and the side dishes. Unlike Japanese and Matzuzakaya Beef which are graded from A1 to A5, Australian Wagyu is Graded from 1 to 12 of which 1 has the least marbling and 12 having the most marbling. Prices here are about 4,000 pesos or up per person (but Eating Kobe Beef is more expensive)

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: the australian wagyu beef off course! they have different sizes like an 8 ounce grade 8 rib eye wagyu cost 3,500 pesos per order, the grade 6 10 ounce rib eye wagyu at 3,200 pesos an order, the 22 ounce grade 6 wagyu porterhouse steak cost 4,500 pesos an order. they also serve complimentary bread and butter and they have other limited seafood and other dish options as well.

    entrance 22 ounce wagyu porterhouse! inside Rib Eye Wagyu panna cotta
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    HEAT: Superb Buffett Place in EDSA Shangrila

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 18, 2014

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    seving the best international buffets on this side of the Metro Manila Area

    Heat is the Main Buffet Restaurant of the Edsa Shangrila Hotel and is where the Complimentary Buffet Breakfast for Hotel Guest eat. Heat is one of the most Popular Buffet Restaurants in the Philippines due to it's open kitchen type of presentation, involving several cooking stations for various international dishes like a Chinese Section, a Japanese Section, an American Section, an Asian Section with Other Asian Cuisines Available and a Tandoori Oven, a meat Carving Section and a Seafood Section and due to the sheer variety of dishes available. It is Available for Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Snack and Dinner Buffets and the price of a Lunch Buffet here is about 1,800 pesos per person and 2,200 pesos per person for the Dinner Buffet.

    Opens: 6:00 am to 12:00 am everyday

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    6am - 12 midnight

    Favorite Dish: why a lot off course, my favorites here are the various asian style noodles at the Noodle Station and the various Dumplings like the Chinese Har Gau, the Japanese Gyoza, the Korean Tteok and a lot more. And don't forget the Prime Rib Steak and Roasted Ham at the Meat Carving Station.

    the buffet entrance wow! A OK! soup
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    Astoria Cafe: the resto of Astoria Plaza Hotel

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 18, 2014

    providing an assortment of international food buffetts with different sets for breakfast and lunch and dinner. This Buffet Restaurant is the main restaurant of the four star Astoria Plaza Hotel in Ortigas District and is where local check in guests of the hotel have their complimentary buffet breakfast which starts from 6:00 am to 10:00 am everyday. they also do lunch and dinner buffets from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm respectively and beside the buffet service, they also offer ala carte meals and it also doubles as a bar from 10:00 pm to 1:00 am everyday.

    Buffet Lunch cost 1,400 pesos and buffet dinner at 1,600 pesos.

    Favorite Dish: a lot but especially the chipolata sausage, the pork tocino and the pork siomai as the Astoria Cafe have 6 different kitchen sections for the breakfast buffet. ranging from the bread & cereal station to the delcatessen section, the asian section and the omellete and frying section.

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    IKKORYU FUKUOKA RAMEN: Part of the Ramen Craze in The Capital Region

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 2, 2014

    The Ramen Craze goes full blast in the past two years in the National Capital Region of the Philippines and there are literally japanese ramen places mushrooming around the area, both locally owned and international franchises coming from Japan. One of the Early Birds of international franchises is the Ikkoryu Fukouka Ramen, which is Tonkotsu style Ramen from Fukouka Region of Japan and their first branch is located here at the level 5 area of the EDSA Shangrila Mall. There is a long line for reservations specially during lunch and dinner times here.

    Hours: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    according to their website

    ABOUT IKKORYU

    IKKORYU FUKUOKA RAMEN is a new brand concept launched by Yamagoya Ramen, established since 1970, specializing in CHIKUHO noodles, Tonkotsu soup, Gyoza (Dumplings) and Chashu roast pork.
    Tapping on over 40 years of the long tradition through constant innovation, IKKORYU FUKUOKA RAMEN is making her debut to spread the Japanese ramen culture internationally.
    With a premium Japanese Ramen cuisine dine-in concept, we promise an indulgent, hearty delicious Japanese Tonkotsu ramen catering to all who wish to experience an authentic Japanese eating lifestyle.

    TONKOTSU RAMEN

    Ramen is a Japanese staple and considered Soul food by young and old alike in Japan and across the world.Tonkotsu ramen, a very popular regional style of ramen, is a speciality of its origin Kyushu region in Japan. It is characterized by thin, straight noodles in rich creamy pork broth, which is the result of boiling pork bones with several seasonings for many hours to ensure the rich pork extract and hearty flavour.

    CHIKUHO

    CHIKUHO of the Kyusyu region, located between two capital cities, Kitakyushu and Fukuoka city. And CHIKUHO used to be known its coal mining industry fuelling economic growth since 1960s. Despite of economic boom, the area is engulfed with natural forest and relatively untouched villages.

    Favorite Dish: their specialty is off course the Tonkotsu Style Ramen made with Chikuho Noodles and they have a variety of Ramen Dishes and some more popular Donburi Meals (just don't order shrimp tempura as this is not a full service restaurant but a ramen place). Ramen Meals are large (good for two for regular eaters) and will cost 340 pesos or more per big bowl and are available in different kinds and type of noodles (soft, medium or hard).

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    GIGI coffee & cupcakes: Good coffee, tea, sandwiches, desserts etc.

    by nixca316 Written Feb 2, 2014



    Located at the sixth floor of the very posh east wing of Shangri-la Plaza is this delightful Coffee Shop that serves cupcakes, sandwiches, good aromatic coffee, healthy and delicious teas and other great stuff(they are also in partnership with SHELTER).

    The service is great too and non-discriminating.

    The atmosphere is awesome and I believe it's also a place where good conversations could be shared. .

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    Chez Karine @ The Megamall Fashion Hall: Great Desserts and Drinks

    by nixca316 Written Feb 1, 2014

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    Chez Karine Bakery's 2nd branch opened its doors to the public Tuesday morning at the upper ground floor of SM Megamall Fashion Hall beside Superdry.

    The timing is perfect because this weekend is the Lunar New Year of the Wooden Horse. Whatever your belief may be, I'm sure you'll join in the celebration.

    These delectable delights welcomed us and we had a feeling of sheer joy. Almost all the favorites from the Serendra branch are here, with some added products that debuted in this branch.

    For some reason I thought it was going beyond being a dessert and coffee place, but I was wrong. It's also great to stick to the concept and the Chez Karine desserts and beverages are really fabulous.

    THE GOODIES WE TRIED during our visit

    MANGO CARAMELLA

    Layers and layers of goodness of fresh mango mousse, mango jelly, caramel mousse and chocolate sponge cake. It is surrounded by ladyfinger sponge with nutty cashew crust. (I just had to add the menu description for this one)

    Even if I do eat mango based cakes, I am not really a mango fan, but I do love almost anything with caramel. I was a little bit apprehensive to taste this because besides having sugar, the yellow mangoes are also high in fructose. Yet, after having my first bite, I must have to agree with the person who told me that it has the Chez Karine signature. I'll use my dad's description, "Not overwhelmingly sweet."

    COTTON SOFT CHEESECAKE

    This would surely be one of my favorites here. Sometimes cheesecakes would have the tendency to leave a feeling of dryness on the tongue even if it's delicious. This one does not fall under that category. It also lives up to its name. It's very cottony-soft, not too filling, but it is satisfying. I love the way it melts on my mouth. It could cheer up the loneliest person or add more happiness to the already joyful one.

    HOKKAIDO CUPCAKE

    If you're familiar with Japanese cakes then you would say this is authentic. It has the goodness of the familiar Japanese cake and filling. My fond memories of Tokyo, Nara, Kyoto, Kobe and yes, Hokkaido, fill my mind with a single bite. I think for this visit I could say that this is my favorite. 美味しかった

    NEAPOLITAN

    Neapolitan is one of my favorite ice cream flavors. Aya told me the name of this delightful dessert, but after eating it, I have forgotten what it was, but suddenly thought of my Weight Watchers Ice Cream. When one eats something delicious, he or she usually forgets his or her name. This time, I forgot the name of the cake I've eaten. LOL. It lives up to its name.A true French dessert with the touch of goodness of Napoli(Naples, Italy).

    CHOCOLATE AND SALTED CARAMEL MACARON de ICE CREAM (SANDWICH)

    The goodness of a French cookies sandwich filled with glacé. Ooh la la. If it weren't dangerously sinful, I could eat a dozen of each flavor. That's how good it is! (My friend and I favor the Salted Caramel flavor even if both are delicious)

    MY CHEZ KARINE BLOGS:

    Yummy French Desserts @ Serendra Piazza

    Chez Karine Bakery at the Serendra Piazza

    New Cakes, Tarts, and Macaron Flavors to crave for @ Chez Karine

    Chez Karine's Konnyaku Fruit Jelly: What a welcome treat for someone under the weather!

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    Penang Hill, at the Ledge (Shangri-la Plaza): Affordable Truly Asian Cuisine (Malaysian)

    by nixca316 Written Jul 3, 2012

    Malaysia claims to be truly Asia in ads, so I think that is why the owners of this restaurant chose Asian Fusion over being a purist in Malaysian food.

    For around PhP200-300 Pesos, your tummies would satisfied.

    The place is clean and service is OK.

    Cuisine: Modern Asian (Malaysian, Singaporean, Indian, Vietnamese etc.)

    Sundays: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
    Mondays to Thursdays: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
    Fridays and Saturdays: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm

    Major Credit Cards are accepted

    Favorite Dish: I love the catfish salad, the beef wrap, the kari laksa, the roti canai, the oyster omelets, the gula-melaka, and the nonya fried rice

    Malaysian Beef Wrap Roti Canai Thai Oyster Omelet Gula Melaka
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    Secret Recipe®- Mega Mall: Cakes, Good food, Great Coffee, and more

    by nixca316 Updated Jul 3, 2012

    There are a variety of food that you can order here. From soups, pies, cakes, Asian Dishes, International Cuisine, juices, and the like.

    If you are looking for a place with a good atmosphere, but there is value for money, Secret Recipe® is the place to go to. It caters to almost everyone and appeals to almost everyone too.

    Your tummies would be filled for less than ten dollars, or somewhere between 250 to 400 Philippine Pesos, but they also have promos like set meals or combos(Cakes and Coffee for only PhP99 or a little over $2.00).

    My autistic savant brother who is now with our Lord, loved to dine here, because he felt like a king. So, basing on how they treated my brother, I can safely say that the service is great.

    info@secretrecipe.com.ph

    Major credit cards are accepted

    Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
    Friday and Saturday 10:00 am - 10:00 pm

    Favorite Dish: The cakes, pies, coffee, drinks are their pride and joy. They are very, very delicious. Great for snacks and desserts. I must say that among the pasta dishes, I love the lasagna the best. Their salads are very tasty too.

    What about the soups? I'm not so much of a fan, but they are good too. My favorite is the carrot and ginger.

    Tom Yum Spaghetti and French Fries Fish and Chips Grilled Barbecue Chicken Hi Fiber Cheesecake
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    Mr Choi Kitchen: One of the popular Chinese Food Stall in Robinsons

    by machomikemd Written Mar 19, 2012

    This is easily one of the More Popular Restaurants in the huge Robinson's Galleria Complex in Mandaluyong City. It can be packed on most days since the Chinese food style here is typically Cantonese type of Cuisine, which is the most popular of Chinese Cuisine in the Philippines. Mr. Choi's Kitchen started here and branched out to Makati City and in Ermita in Manila. They also don't have MSG on their food and the price here is not that much.

    Favorite Dish: The price depends on what you would order like an order of Siomai Dumplings will cost 80 pesos an order, Bird's Nest Soup at 250 pesos for a large order, Soy Chicken half order at 220 pesos and more. they have an extensive selection of cantonese Specialties.

    Opens from 10:00 am - 10:00 pm

    Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm

    the resto Bird's Nest Soup Soy Chicken Beef With Broccoli spicy pork ribs
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