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    Magnum Opus Fine Coffees: Probably the best coffee in town

    by nixca316 Updated Sep 25, 2013
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    When you name something your MAGNUM OPUS, you either are full of yourself or simply sure of yourself. I believe that when Jonathan Choi (and friends) decided to name his coffee place and gallery, he was the latter.

    8 out of 10 people in the south(those that have tried their coffee) choose them over all those FAMOUS brands.

    I've been passing by their place without noticing it. Probably because I have very poor peripheral vision. Yet, I have been hearing about how great their coffees are.

    I've read some blog entries:
    1.Jonathan's Greatest Work: Magnum Opus Fine Coffees
    2.8 Reasons why Magnus Opus Fine Coffees Should be Your Next Destination for a Caffeine Fix
    3.Magnum Opus Fine Coffees: The Art of Science and Coffee
    4.Magnum Opus Fine Coffees: Brewing Works of Art with Single Origin Specialty Coffee etc.

    Finally, after a hearty dinner at Crazy Katsu, Jinkee brought me here. I had a great time.

    Favorite Dish:
    Belgian Heart Breaker-I fell in love at the first sip. I took a whiff and I was blown away by the nice aroma. As I continued drinking, I knew this was now my favorite drink. Hot chocolate with two shots of espresso. From the smell, the texture and the test, I must say that it's truly heavenly!

    Fudge Zilla-This is very chewy and the sweetness is just right

    The HOT Belgian-This is JinkeeR's favorite. She orders this every time she visits

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    Crazy Katsu: Breaded Pork, Sukiyaki and more

    by nixca316 Updated Sep 24, 2013
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    OPEN : Mon~Thurs 11am~10pm Fri & Sat 11am~11pm Sun 11am~10pm

    My friend was craving for their Chicken Katsu(one of their best sellers) so she invited me to tag along that rainy Wednesday evening.

    She has been there before and somehow she could not get the wonderful taste of their Chicken Katsu out of her mind.

    We started with their refreshingly delicious Miso Soup.

    While savoring the soup and waiting for our katsus I noticed that coeds and yuppies were having fun hanging out.

    Finally, our orders arrived.

    At first I found the my tonkatsu to be mediocre, but when I added the Japanese mayo and the special sauce, I was transported to cloud 9. The sauce was delicious!

    My friend enjoyed her Chicken Katsu and after we finished our meal, I know that it wouldn't be our last time.

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    Solaire Resort & Casino Food Court: Budget Food at Solaire Resort and Casino

    by machomikemd Written Apr 3, 2013
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    the food court of the luxe Las Vegas Style Casino called Solaire Resort & Casino, located at Pagcor Entertainment City is included in my paranaque pages as it is located in Paranaque City!

    if you feel a little bit stingy on eating good food while on a strict budget ( I know you have more moolah to spend on the gaming tables and slot machines, right!) on a gambling spree at solaire, fear not as they have a moderately priced food court inside the premises, located in the middle of the lobby alongside the slot machines. the food court houses 6 types of cuisine, offering simple meals like asian fusion, japanese, american, patisserie, chicken dishes and chinese food. prices of the meals costs 120 to 300 pesos and the drinks at 50 to 150 pesos. the selections are quite limited as they don't want to lure customers away from the more luxe restaurants inside the complex.

    opens: 24/7

    according to their website:

    At the Food Court, the food is extraordinary, and the prices are too! Chef Hisham has created six unique dining experiences that are sure to please even the most discriminating tastes. Patisserie offers tasty pastries, muffins and coffee. New York style pizza and burgers are the inspiration behind the menu at Americano. Chicken Lickin’ delights with eight different ways to enjoy chicken. Pan Asian brings together the best comfort food in the east. Get your noodle on at Hong Kong, or satisfy your Japanese cravings at Sapporo. So many incredible choices, and with one location, you can select them all.

    Favorite Dish: the dishes are simple but flavorful, they have assorted ramen dishes at 120 to 200 pesos an order, chinese pork ribs and barbecue dishes at 200 to 250 pesos an order, chicken dishes at 120 to 200 pesos an order, assorted pizza, pasta and burgers and then some.

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    Sieg's: Diner cum Bar

    by machomikemd Written Apr 3, 2013

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    Sieg's Diner is an institution in the Dona Soledad Avenue area of Better Living Subdivision. The place is a nondescipt two storey building with a simple signboard outside and the ambiance inside is plain but it packs them crowds specially in the evenings due to the tasty meals that the diner serves like pasta's, local specialties like sizzling sisig, tapa, inihaw na pusit, international dishes like chicken teriyaki, tempura and a lot more. the place also has a separate area fro Karaoke and Bar for people who like to drink. prices here are reasonable.

    Hours M, T, W, Su: 11:00AM - 1:00AM
    Th, F, Sa: 11:00AM - 2:00AM

    Favorite Dish: their best sellers are the pork sisig at 220 pesos an order, the beef salpicao at 240 pesos an order, gamba's ala sieg's at 250 pesos an order and more. local beers by the bucket costs 400 pesos.

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    Army Navy- Burger + Burrito: Local Tex-Mex Chain (2)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 3, 2013
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    Part two of my Amry Navy Tips with more pictures.

    One of the Popular Locally Owned Tex Mex Fast Food Chain is the Army Navy- Burgers + Burrito which is a relative newbie in the mexican and tex-mex fast food scene at it was founded only in 2009 but now has more than 35 branches around the Metro Manila Area and around the Philipines! the restaurant has a military barracks type of ambiance where the restaurant is built like a galvanized iron lke quonset hut and set up with a few tables and chairs inside and outside the fast food area. the area is a typical fast food joint but there are no waiters as you order at the counter and then wait for your number to be called and have your meal after a few minutes as they cook their meals from scratch.

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

    Favorite Dish: they have a modest selection of meals like the bully roy burger which are priced 160 pesos for 1 patty and 200 pesos for 2 patties and 240 pesos for 3 patties. Humongous Breakfast Burritos with topping such as carne asada and longganisa at 165 to 195 pesos an order, soft and crunchy tacos at 90 to 160 pesos for single and double; starving sailort 12 inch sandwich at 235 pesos an order, fearless fried chicken at 175 pesos with rice included and a lot more. they special drink is the Libertea iced tea at 75 pesos for a large order.

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    Army Navy- Burger + Burrito: Local Tex-Mex Chain (1)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 3, 2013
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    This will be a two part tip with more pictures of the meals

    One of the Popular Locally Owned Tex Mex Fast Food Chain is the Army Navy- Burgers + Burrito which is a relative newbie in the mexican and tex-mex fast food scene at it was founded only in 2009 but now has more than 35 branches around the Metro Manila Area and around the Philipines! the restaurant has a military barracks type of ambiance where the restaurant is built like a galvanized iron lke quonset hut and set up with a few tables and chairs inside and outside the fast food area. the area is a typical fast food joint but there are no waiters as you order at the counter and then wait for your number to be called and have your meal after a few minutes as they cook their meals from scratch.

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

    Favorite Dish: they have a modest selection of meals like the bully roy burger which are priced 160 pesos for 1 patty and 200 pesos for 2 patties and 240 pesos for 3 patties. Humongous Breakfast Burritos with topping such as carne asada and longganisa at 165 to 195 pesos an order, soft and crunchy tacos at 90 to 160 pesos for single and double; starving sailort 12 inch sandwich at 235 pesos an order, fearless fried chicken at 175 pesos with rice included and a lot more. they special drink is the Libertea iced tea at 75 pesos for a large order.

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    Countryside Steakhouse: Now a Popular Budget Steakhouse (2)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 2, 2013

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    Part two of my tips with more pictures

    Countryside Steakhouse started as a nondescript hole in the wall steakhouse in the City of Dasmanrinas Cavite in the 1980's and it became popular to the university and medical students of the University Town of Dasmarinas Cavite due to it's tasty and budget sizzling steaks, chicken wings and a lot more (it was my favorite as I was a medical student then in Dasmarinas Cavite) and on a revisit to BF Homes in Paranaque, I was surprised that they now have a branch here! (they now have 17 branches around Cavite Province and in Metro Manila, they are really getting popular!). Since this was my comfort food during my medical school days, I have to rekindle my love affair with this steakhouse! you see, while I am a steak connosiuer that tasted the very best of them like the grade 5 kobe beef, matzuzukaya beef, black angus beef, australian wagyu, chilean wagyu and more, I still have a liking to the local philippine steaks like sizzling plate and the countryside steakhouse which are comfort food for me!

    according to their website:

    It was in the year 1984 when Peter and Anita Clorina started their first restaurant on the corner of Ramirez St. and Don Placido Campos St. in Dasmariñas, Cavite. The first ever Countryside was just a typical “carinderia.”

    It became a hit among students from nearby schools. Seeing this, the enterprising couple stopped serving beer and the simple “carinderia” was then converted into a fast food restaurant called Countryside Tapsi-Steak House. The new look came with a new menu, whose specialties were T-bone steak and “tapsilog.” The servings were moderate-sized and the prices ranged from budget to affordable. There was a constant demand to expand operations, so Peter and Anita decided to borrow a modest amount of funds from a livelihood co-operative. They then set up Malihan Branch in 1990, just a few blocks away from their maiden venture to cater to their ever increasing customers, still made up mostly of students.

    The business also got a new name: Countryside Steakhouse and Restaurant. With five children to send to school, husband and wife took another five years before they could open their third branch. This one was located in front of De La Salle Medical Center. From that day on, in addition to the loyal patrons of students, office workers from several establishments in the area and many other customers from all walks of life came to dine and judge the signature taste for themselves. With a goal to invade the market outside their home, the entrepreneurs established their fourth branch in Imus, Cavite.

    The rest, as they say, is history.

    Armed with the faith that the once humble business will still go places, the couple formed Countryside into a corporation with Pete and Nitz Foods, Inc. as its corporate name. At present, every branch is continuously witnessing improvement, not only to make the actual dining setting a delight but to maintain the quality service and good taste that keep people coming back for more. Several additions have been made to the original menu and there are now PMC Countryside Steakhouse and Café and PMC Countryside Burger House (which is ready to serve 24 hours). For over 20 years, Countryside has managed to build a reputation of quality and consistency, and this is what has kept them strong in a highly competitive food service industry.

    Favorite Dish: Their sizzling steaks are really cheap, my favorite sizzling porterhouse steak costs 240 pesos an order with sizzling gravy (laced with lard to make it yummy!) and fried rice. an order of sizzling chicken wings (again with gravy laced with lard) at 140 pesos an order with rice. they also have other hearty meals like the sisig, beef tapa, porksilog, longsilog, tuna steak, burger steak and more.

    Hours M, T, W, Th: 10:00AM - 10:00PM
    F, Sa, Su: 10:00AM - 11:00PM

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    Countryside Steakhouse: Now a Popular Budget Steakhouse (1)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 2, 2013

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    Countryside Steakhouse started as a nondescript hole in the wall steakhouse in the City of Dasmanrinas Cavite in the 1980's and it became popular to the university and medical students of the University Town of Dasmarinas Cavite due to it's tasty and budget sizzling steaks, chicken wings and a lot more (it was my favorite as I was a medical student then in Dasmarinas Cavite) and on a revisit to BF Homes in Paranaque, I was surprised that they now have a branch here! (they now have 17 branches around Cavite Province and in Metro Manila, they are really getting popular!). Since this was my comfort food during my medical school days, I have to rekindle my love affair with this steakhouse! you see, while I am a steak connosiuer that tasted the very best of them like the grade 5 kobe beef, matzuzukaya beef, black angus beef, australian wagyu, chilean wagyu and more, I still have a liking to the local philippine steaks like sizzling plate and the countryside steakhouse which are comfort food for me!

    according to their website:

    It was in the year 1984 when Peter and Anita Clorina started their first restaurant on the corner of Ramirez St. and Don Placido Campos St. in Dasmariñas, Cavite. The first ever Countryside was just a typical “carinderia.”

    It became a hit among students from nearby schools. Seeing this, the enterprising couple stopped serving beer and the simple “carinderia” was then converted into a fast food restaurant called Countryside Tapsi-Steak House. The new look came with a new menu, whose specialties were T-bone steak and “tapsilog.” The servings were moderate-sized and the prices ranged from budget to affordable. There was a constant demand to expand operations, so Peter and Anita decided to borrow a modest amount of funds from a livelihood co-operative. They then set up Malihan Branch in 1990, just a few blocks away from their maiden venture to cater to their ever increasing customers, still made up mostly of students.

    The business also got a new name: Countryside Steakhouse and Restaurant. With five children to send to school, husband and wife took another five years before they could open their third branch. This one was located in front of De La Salle Medical Center. From that day on, in addition to the loyal patrons of students, office workers from several establishments in the area and many other customers from all walks of life came to dine and judge the signature taste for themselves. With a goal to invade the market outside their home, the entrepreneurs established their fourth branch in Imus, Cavite.

    The rest, as they say, is history.
    This will be a two part tip with more pictures.

    Armed with the faith that the once humble business will still go places, the couple formed Countryside into a corporation with Pete and Nitz Foods, Inc. as its corporate name. At present, every branch is continuously witnessing improvement, not only to make the actual dining setting a delight but to maintain the quality service and good taste that keep people coming back for more. Several additions have been made to the original menu and there are now PMC Countryside Steakhouse and Café and PMC Countryside Burger House (which is ready to serve 24 hours). For over 20 years, Countryside has managed to build a reputation of quality and consistency, and this is what has kept them strong in a highly competitive food service industry.

    Favorite Dish: Their sizzling steaks are really cheap, my favorite sizzling porterhouse steak costs 240 pesos an order with sizzling gravy (laced with lard to make it yummy!) and fried rice. an order of sizzling chicken wings (again with gravy laced with lard) at 140 pesos an order with rice. they also have other hearty meals like the sisig, beef tapa, porksilog, longsilog, tuna steak, burger steak and more.

    Hours M, T, W, Th: 10:00AM - 10:00PM
    F, Sa, Su: 10:00AM - 11:00PM

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    Tito Chef Restaurant&All Things Culinary: World Class Cuisine "Just Around the Corner!"

    by nixca316 Updated Oct 29, 2012

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    This baby got me hooked!
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    This is NOW my favorite restaurant in the area. :)

    MY FIRST IMPRESSIONS:

    From the outside it looks like just one of those other posh restaurants in the vicinity, presentable, and all that jazz, but once you enter the place, you would pinch yourself hard before you could believe you are awake. Yes. There is such a place just around the corner.

    The place's ambiance is comparable to a hotel lobby(a very beautiful boutique hotel). It is clean and spacious, but often full, not just because it is fairly new, but because of the delicious, mouthwatering food, and the good service.

    I can't call the service great yet, but they are getting better everyday.

    One thing I know for sure is that almost everyone I know from the area is RAVING about this place.

    So why not give them a visit and see for yourself? You won't regret it. While you're at it, why not check their Culinary store below too? :D I heard from the grapevine that it's also going to be a culinary studio or school.



    Major Credit Cards are accepted



    OPERATING HOURS
    Sunday to Thursday
    10:00am - 10:00pm

    Friday and Saturday
    10:00am - 11:00pm


    tito_chef@yahoo.com
    Tito Chef @FoodSpotting



    Temporarily, they are not open for breakfast everyday, but they do have Great Weekend Breakfasts(launched last on AUGUST 11, 2012)!




    PLEASE CHECK OUT THE BLOG ENTRIES I WROTE:

    My Blog entry about Tito Chef and his resto.

    No, I don't own the place!

    Favorite Dish: HERE ARE MY FAVORITES:

    CEDAR PLANK GRILLED SALMON: I seldom like eating salmon because of the seemingly high sodium that give me nape pains. For some reason, there are also very few restaurants/eateries that make salmon appealing to me.

    How can I not love the very scintillating scent and the very, very delicious taste? Sigh. This baby got me hooked!

    Another salmon "dish" melted my heart. SALMON TARTARE. It's served with melba toast, but when I order this, i order it with dinner roll so that my dentist won't scold me. LOL.

    The TRUFFLED MUSHROOM SOUP PUREE is one of the best mushroom soups in town.

    The CUCUMBER LIME SHAKE is very, very refreshing!

    What else?

    Oh, the BRAISE OX TONGUE BORDELAISE is not only nicely plated, it is also very mouthwatering.

    The salads, the desserts...I could go on and on.

    MY ULTIMATE FAVORITES:

    BLEU CHEESE ALFREDO, BARBECUE SPARERIBS, and for dessert, it's the MACHA PRALINE TORTE.

    They also offering Pot Luck and Take Away Dishes...they cater too!

    Call (+632)2380968 for more details

    FYI, they are more expensive than average compared to other restaurants in Parañaque, but they are about average among the great restaurants in the vicinity.

    Still affordable and there's value for money. :)

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    Raaz Mahal: Punjabi Cuisine (Now closed...) :(

    by nixca316 Updated Oct 14, 2012

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    Raaz Mahal roughly means secret palace, so I guess it means that the owners have unravelled the secret recipes of the royal family.

    The restaurant does look like a palace and you would definitely not miss it when you pass Aguirre Avenue.

    SCHEDULE:
    Mon - Fri: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    Sat - Sun: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
    6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

    MODE OF PAYMENT:

    Cash and Major Credit Cards

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    Raaz Mahal is owned by the Arshad Family

    They serve Punjabi Cuisine and is a RestoBar. (Serves Indian and Pakistani Cuisine)

    Punjabi cuisine (Punjabi: ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਪਕਵਾਨ, Urdu: پنجابی پکوان) is food from the Punjab region of northwestern India and eastern Pakistan. It can be non-vegetarian or completely vegetarian. One of the main features of Punjabi cuisine is its diverse range of dishes. Home cooked and restaurant Punjabi cuisine can vary significantly, with restaurant style using large amounts of ghee, clarified butter, with liberal amounts of butter and cream, with home cooking concentrating on mainly upon preparations with whole wheat, rice and other ingredients flavored with masala. Within the Punjab region, there are different preferences. People in the area of Amritsar prefer stuffed parathas and milk products. In fact, the area is well known for quality of its milk products. There are certain dishes which are exclusive to Punjab, such as sarson da saag. The main masala in a Punjabi dish consists of onion, garlic and ginger. Tandoori food is a Punjabi speciality especially for non-vegetarian dishes. Many of the most popular elements of Anglo-Indian cuisine - such as Tandoor, Naan, Pakoras and vegetable dishes with paneer - derive from the Punjab.

    Favorite Dish: Vegetable Biryani-Biryani, biriani, or beriani is a set of rice-based foods made with spices, rice (usually basmati) and meat, fish, eggs or vegetables. The name is derived from the Persian word beryā(n) (بریان) which means "fried" or "roasted".[1]
    Biryani was originated in Iran (Persia) and it was brought to South Asia by Iranian travelers and merchants. Local variants of this dish are popular not only in South Asia but also in Southeast Asia, Arabia, and within various South Asian communities in Western countries.

    I love their Biryani rice...the mixed of the spices and the bite of the rice is simply Swaadish(delicious/very tasty)!

    Onion and Potato Pakoras(garbanzos/chick pea batter...something like hummus in flour, potatoes, onion) with tamarind sauce...I love the combination of the pakoras and the tamarind sauce. Simply delish!

    Fish Curry Just imagine the best chiken curry, but change the meat into fish. :)

    Papadum or simply papad- thin and crispy flat bread served with yogurt chutney with coriander...their version simply melts in your mouth and it's very, very delicious too!

    Raaz Mahal Caramel Cake (with pistachios on top)3 3 3 At first we thought this was the Gulab Jamun Celebratory Cake, but it turned out to be the Raaz Mahal Caramel Cake. The Gulab Jamun traditional celebratory desserts are roundish small sweets.

    Strawberry Lassi Strawberry flavoured yogurt drink

    Mutton Korma/Lamb Curry Delightful!

    Sabzi simply means Vegetarian... Raaz Mahal's sabzi is mixed veggies cooked in herbs and spices. ;)

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    Okiniiri Japanese Restaurant and Izakaya: Reasonably priced great food! Oishi!

    by nixca316 Written Oct 11, 2012

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    There's just something about this place that would make you want to enter when you drive along Aguirre Avenue. It is very, very inviting.

    Once you enter the place, you would not regret a single thing. The service is fast, without compromising the quality and taste of the food, unless the thing you order requires longer cooking.

    When you start eating you would want to concentrate on the food that you eat because they are very, very mouthwatering.

    Sigh.

    From the simplest appetizer, to the soup, to the main dish, the desserts, and even the beverages, you would not be disapppointed.

    Opens 11:00 am to 10:00 pm (Sunday to Saturday)

    Major credit cards and cash are the modes of payment

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    Bi Won Korean Restaurant: Aguirre Avenue's Secret Garden

    by nixca316 Written Oct 11, 2012

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    This place used to be where a family friend resides, then it became a Pre-School, and for sometime now, it transformed into BI WON KOREAN RESTAURANT. Bi Won(비원, 秘院) means Secret Garden. If my friend Jay had not invited me to meet his friends and to dine with them, I wouldn't know how affordable their set meals are.

    They do have more expensive dishes, but we were six and dividing the bill among ourselves, the average per person is around PhP167.00.

    The side dishes are yummy and I love the way the Bibimbap was served.

    Sigh.

    Service is good too.

    I have to go back there to try the other stuff.

    Schedule

    M, T, W, F, Sa, Su: 11:00am - 10:30pm
    Th: 11:00am - 11:30pm

    Mode of payment:

    Cash and major credit cards

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    Serye Cafe Filipino-Santana Grove: The Legacy of Aling Asiang and Mama Sita

    by nixca316 Updated Jun 25, 2012

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    Aling Asiang’s Best Kept Memories and Recipes

    Clara Reyes Lapus, President of Mama Sita Foundation

    Mama Sita's Official Website

    I chose to put the links on top to introduce to you two great women of our history who became a part of almost every Filipinos kitchens and homes: Aling Asiang and her daughter, Teresita (Mama Sita).

    Since I'm not on my %[http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/cfc2c/702/]PHILIPPINES page, which I have to update soon, I will just focus on this branch found at Santana Grove.

    It is a bit pricier than the other restaurants in the whole Parañaque City, but I think about average, if it's only the area we are going to talk about.

    They have wines, teas, coffees, cakes, known Filipino dishes and some International favorites.

    Favorite Dish: I love the Sweet and Sour Lapu Lapu, Kare Kare, Sinigang, and the barbecues the best.



    Serye is the anagram of Reyes, the family name that brought to us the famous Aristocrat Chicken with java rice, Reyes Barbecue, Mama Sita's sauces, etc.

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    Laiya Grill (Sisig Republic): Mouthwatering grilled food etc.

    by nixca316 Updated Jun 24, 2012

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    Restaurants, barbecue places, and so many other food establishments, are appearing like mushrooms at the Aguirre Avenue Strip that sometimes you don't know which one to try first.

    Laiya Grill is one of the famous food establishments in their category and at first glance, it wasn't something I was excited to try in BF Homes, because it looked too dark, but I was also curious about it.

    It took a while before I finally got to try eating at this famous spot known for mouthwatering sisig, barbecues, and grilled food. I brought along my friends who are not so easy to please when it comes to food(visual appeal and taste) and like me, they love it there.

    The place from the inside, except maybe when it's a bit late and everyone's drinking, could be a bit romantic too.




    Schedule:
    Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 4:30 pm - 2:00 am

    Mode of payment:
    Cash and Credit Card

    Favorite Dish: You must try the grilled food. I think the secret to their delicious taste is the way they marinate them.

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    Cielin's Cakehouse: The talk of the town

    by nixca316 Updated Jun 24, 2012

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    When this Cakehouse opened a few years ago I thought it was going to be just another bakeshop. Baking and Churning are my specialties so I am very, very critical of those people who claim that they can bake moist cakes and pastries, but do not meet my expectations.

    The time I was able to walk in this Cakehouse, I was not disappointed at all. They may not be designer cakes, but the quality of their cakes, bread, and pastries are world class.

    http://goodlivingbf.weebly.com/cielins-cake-house.html

    Favorite Dish: Moist Chocolate Cake
    Crinkles
    Chocolate Chips
    Cheese Tarts
    etc.

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