Mandaluyong Restaurants

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    Mannang: Modern Pinoy

    by monina_c Updated May 18, 2007

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    Mannang is a restaurant that tweaks traditional Filipino dishes to bring refreshing fares to its costumers' tables. The restaurant is clean and the wait staff efficient. Nothing remarkable in its decor. Best of all is the price (e.g. 10 pax dinner only cost around USD40), very reasonable.

    Favorite Dish: My favorites are:
    1. Corned Beef Sinigang (see picture)
    2. Shrimp & Mango Salad with Jellyfish
    3. Tofu Sisig
    4. Chili Shanghai (see picture)
    5. Baked Oysters

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    Hula-Hula: Seafood and Barbecue House

    by yellowbell Written Jan 8, 2007

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    Davao feast

    Seafood Island and Hula Hula Restaurant belong to the same chain of restaurants serving seafood and barbecue. This restaurant is ideal for groups of people as it serves barbecue/seafood for 3-4 people or 5-6 people.

    Rice and viands are served in a tray of banana leaves and you'd eat picnic style!

    Favorite Dish: Food groups are named after tropical islands:

    Bora Bora (for Boracay)
    Davao

    *can be a combination of any of the following: grilled tilapia, pork barbecue, rice (bagoong/shrimp paste rice or rice with shreds of crab), kilawing tanigue (raw fish in vinegar), mussels, grilled spareribs, crabs, oysters

    Love their mango/orange side dish (atchara style)!

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    Crustasia at The Podium: Good Tasting Seafood

    by monina_c Written Oct 3, 2006

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    The restaurant is part of the Red Crab chain. The branch at The Podium has nice interior with very Asian feel. The cuisine is a mixture of different Asian influences. I heard all their crabs and seafoods are being delivered fresh each day from Pampanga and Roxas City! The service isn't bad either. :D

    Favorite Dish: Everything in their menu looked delicious but I especially liked the following:
    Crab Maritess, Grilled Squid, Steamed Fish, Kankong Salad, Catfish Salad, Steamed Kingfish, Salted Fish Fried Rice, Bagoong Rice, Roast Chicken.

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    Via Mare: Delicious Filipino Food

    by monina_c Written Sep 18, 2006

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    Via Mare in Shangri-la is part of a chain that specializes in serving delicious Filipino food. The restaurant is spacious and clean.

    Favorite Dish: My favorites are their pancit malabon, goto and bibingka which is served with shaved coconut meat and matamis na bao . I tried their balut which is served within a puff pastry weird but delicious! :)

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    Our Father's Coffee (OFC): Proudly Local

    by monina_c Updated Jul 11, 2006

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    My friend enjoying local coffee

    This cannot be properly called a restaurant since their fare is limited to coffee, tea and desserts. But despite its limitations, its turned out to be one of my favorite hang-outs. This cafe is very patriotic! and only serves domestic tea and coffee. Their selection includes coffee from the Cordilleras, Batangas, Cavite and Bukidnon. Same thing with their teas which includes such flavors as hibiscus, tsaang gubat and those herbal/medicinal teas like lagundi, ampalaya, sambong, ginger, etc. Of course one mustn't forget to mention their innovation on the national staple, pan de sal which they call "fun de sal". Fun de sal is good old pandesal flattened into a circle with turned up edge to accomodate toppings like condensed milk, sardines and an assortment of jellies. Very fun to eat.

    Favorite Dish: My coffee of choice are Kapeng Barako and Kapeng Benguet sweetened with moscovado. I love their fun de sal topped with condensed milk which reminds me of my favorite childhood afternoon snack. My tea of choice is Tsaang Gubat (I have yet to muster enough internal strength to try thier ampalaya tea !)

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    Asian Bites: Cheap but Filling

    by monina_c Updated Jun 8, 2006

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    Asian Bites is more like an airconditioned "turo-turo". It serves the usual asian dishes, chopsuey, noodles, sushi, maki, gyoza, tofu and iced tea. It's become a favorite because the prices are really low and lately I've been there for more times than I care to count because I need to stretch out my budget. Some of the dishes they serve like the yakisoba can be shared by 2 pax as the servings are more generous than most. It is also a convinient quick stop for a hot meal if you are in the Ortigas area.

    Added attraction is the fact that you can watch the cooks prepare your orders as they have an open kitchen.

    Favorite Dish: California maki (you can ask them for extra wasabi) and their yakisoba has a lot of vegetables especially my favorite green bell pepper. These 2 treats you can have for less than P100.

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    Astoria Cafe: the resto of Astoria Plaza Hotel

    by machomikemd Written Oct 21, 2010
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    providing an assortment of international food buffetts with different sets for breakfast and lunch and dinner

    Favorite Dish: a lot but especially the chipolata sausage, the pork tocino and the pork siomai

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