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    Food Court of Tiendesitas: Food Court of Tiendesitas

    by machomikemd Written Jul 17, 2012
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    The Food Court of the Tiendesitas flea market is a popular area to hang around for both shoppers and party people since it also acts as a budget drinking place as they have live bands performing for free at night at the big stage in the middle of the complex. Tiendesitas provides live entertainment daily starting at 8:30 PM. Live bands perform in the middle of Tiendesitas. On Sundays, along with the live band, the Bughaw Cultural Dance Group regularly performs, allowing visitors to witness traditional Filipino dances. The food court has a wide variety of National and regional filipino cuisine and you can buy assorted native delicacies too.

    Shopping and Dining Hours are 12:00 pm to 12:00 am everyday

    Favorite Dish: They have a wide selection of assorted filipino comfort food, regional specialties, native sweets and more. A Basic meal with one viand and rice and a soft drink will cost 90 pesos, a pitcher of beer will cost 250 pesos and a mini barrel of beer will cost 450 pesos.

    according to their website:

    Tiendesitas offers a selection of Filipino "comfort" food that brings back warm memories of family dinners while growing up in the provinces, such as all kinds of sinigang (tamarind sour soup) chicken binakol (warm chicken soup with coconut meat), papaitan (a bitter stew of goat meat with innards), pakbet (eggplant, bittergourd, okra, squash, string beans cooked in shrimp paste), sinaing na tulingan (steamed tuna), kare-kare (peanut stew), sisig (cutout pig ears), la paz batchoy, etc.

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    Aysee: Best Sisig in the country

    by rmcuesta Written Feb 20, 2009
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    Sisig is a Kapampangan term which means "to snack on something sour". It usually refers to fruits, often unripe or half-ripe, sometimes dipped in salt and vinegar. It also refers to a method of preparing fish and meat, especially pork, which is marinated in a sour liquid such as lemon juice or vinegar, then seasoned with salt, pepper and other spices.

    Sisig as is popularly known today is actually sizzling sisig, a Philippine dish made from parts of pig’s head, liver and usually seasoned with kalamansi and chili peppers.

    Not advisable for health conscious people.

    DEFINITELY THE MOST DELICIOUS SISIG in Manila.

    Favorite Dish: sisig, papaitan is also popular here.

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    Sebastian's Ice Cream Cafe: Sweet tooth mania

    by iclee Updated Jan 15, 2009
    Two scoops...after 2 minutes.....

    This is the outlet inside The Podium mall. It consists of a small barely 3 meter bar/booth with a couple of table/chair set. There is a small board that announces the seasons flavor. I've seen a Halloween scoop that is made with brown chocolate with peanut butter with orange bits. My kid loved it.

    My personal fave is the Chocoholics Anonymous. Velvety choco hand-churned ice cream with thick fudge ribbon and more dark chocolate portions. Yum!

    I brought my old friend who now lives in Canada to their outlet. She finished a double scoop in a waffle cone of Mango Sans Rival. I can see the mango chunks disappear with each mouthful. Mind you, the scoops are larger than your regular ice cream scoop. Mango Sans Rival = Butter-cream Ice Cream garnished with wafer clusters, cashews, and luscious mango swirls made with real fruits.

    My kids are always egging me when we are going back to that outlet. For fear of sugar load I cant bring them every week. Every other week, maybe.....

    Each scoop is PHP85 = US$1.80

    Favorite Dish: Chocoholics Anonymous....Yum. Dreamy!

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    Tapsihan sa Palatiw: The Cheapest Breakfast meals in the Phil!

    by yellowcab Written Oct 29, 2007
    Good for people on a diet & tight budget!
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    As seen on my homepage, this is the one of the most cheapest restaurants I have ever been in Pasig. Never I have seen as cheap as these in Manila or in anywhere in the Philippines. So if you can show me a proof, please send me a pic that will beat this price here and I will surely treat you!

    The meal consists of a half fried egg and with a little or over 100 grams of Tapa( dried fried salted beef strips) plus the ginger-based fried rice. Meals like these are within easy reach of the majority of the budget conscious Filipinos! At times like these, surely this will be a hit!

    Size of the meals is very good for people on a diet!

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    R3K Mercedes Seafood Restaurant: Feed your brain w/ omega oils: Try R3k Seafood

    by yellowcab Written Oct 29, 2007

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    Grilled Tuna belly

    If you are looking for one of the few seafood restaurants in the suburbs of Pasig- This is the place- R3K Seafood Restaurant. Unlike other restaurants that show their live fish on their aquariums, R3K seafoods are only displayed on their fresh big freezers. They say that their seafoods are always fresh and new directly straight from South Cotabato( the city of Manny Pacquiao in Southern Philippines) GenSAN is the TUNA Capital of the Philippines.

    The only downside of this great restaurant is the location as it is situated beside auto & vulcanizing shops. If only they will relocate to a more cozy place, I am preety sure they will get the right paying customers.

    But just the same I am recommending this as one of my best restaurant in Pasig. Taste- wise and budget-wise!

    Favorite Dish: Their specialty: Tuna Belly that is laden rich with the healthy polyunsaturated Omega3 fatty oils! It can be served either as Inihaw(grilled), sizzling, sigang(cooked in a tamarind soup) and kinilaw(raw/sashimi). Price is computed by the weight (per 100 grams). So a normal meal for two would cost between 100 to 150 pesos. Just fair enough to enjoy a hearty meal.

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    Ados Panciteria!: The A1 Panciteria of Pasig

    by yellowcab Written Oct 29, 2007

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    The special Pansit Canton guisado!
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    Ado's Panciteria is one of the tastiest and special pancits I have discovered in Pasig.
    Aside from their unique spices, they have distinctly made their pansits by adding the tasty yet cholesterol-full chicharon bits(deep fried pork skin).

    Located in one of the busiest parts of Pasig town proper. Its strategic location has made it one of the most preferred one-stop pansits shops among Pasiguenos and the people from nearby town of Pateros. It has been serving pansits since 1952.

    Favorite Dish: Ado's Pansits are prepared on a variety of ways & ingredients:

    Ingredient Options: There is the Bihon (thick rice noodle), Canton(thin wheat noodles), Lomi (thick wheat noodles), Miswa(thin strands of rice noodles).

    Cooking Options: Guisado(saute), Sariwa(half cooked) & Sabaw(w/ added creamy sauces).

    Plus you can order different sizes according to your needs.
    Price range is as low as 55 pesos to as high as 450 pesos.

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    BUDBOD: RIZAL'S FAMOUS RICE TOPPINGS IN PASIG CITY

    by yellowcab Written Oct 28, 2007

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    Budbod longganissa at 45 pesos
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    Budbod is Rizal's famous local delicacy of rice toppings flavoured with beaten egg, sliced tomatoes, spring onion, sesame seeds and a choice of viand of either the ff:
    fried pork, chicken, daing(salted dried milk fish), tapa, hotdog, longganissa, shanghai rolls etc... Cost is P45 pesos.

    This place is a self service restaurant. so expect to get your orders and utensils here.

    Ambiance is so Filipino since the dining furnitures here are mostly sculptured chpped dead woods and walls are adorned with native leafs.

    One of the downsides of this restaurant is it the Parking space. Narrow, Limited space and very hard esp during peak hour.

    Favorite Dish: Other popular food is the GISING-GISING. It is a combination of seafoods, vegetable and tofu boiled in a coconut sauce on a palayok(mud pot). This is also a good place to drink San miguel beers.

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    AYSEE SISIGs: PIONEER of SISIG IN PASIG

    by yellowcab Updated Oct 28, 2007

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    SISIG (chopped porkfats and meat with onions)
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    From the name itself, "AYSEE" which means "I was first" is a testament on their claim as the 1st restaurant in Pasig or perhaps Manila to serve SISIG - Filipino's favorite pulutan(foods while drinking alcohol) . Though I haven't totally verified their claim but it seems true since they were serving it since 1986. And the fact that Sisigs became popular among drinkers only during the late 90's.

    Aysee is a common driver and athlete stopover restaurant, who after a day of sweating out fats is now finally craving for more cholesterol thru a sisig meal.

    Favorite Dish: Try their premiere dish: SISIG. Their version of the ever popular SISIG is chopped pork meat and fats combined with onions and other garlic spices served in a sizzling plate. Best served with a raw egg on top added with a hotsauce and soy seasoning. Price is P75.

    Papaitan is one of the other popular food here. It is a stew of pork intestines, liver, and heart, ox stripes.

    They also have the famous Tapsilogs! Check the pricelist on my pics attached here!

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    CASHKEY Chinese restaurant: Where MOST foods TASTE the SAME!

    by yellowcab Written Oct 28, 2007

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    Their famous omellettes with the SAUCE!
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    CASHKEY is one of the most famous Chinese pansiteria restaurants in western Pasig City.
    In fact, it is included in the city government's annual travel map/magazines.

    Situated at the center of Raymundo Ave., where most mini-carinderias and cheap sidewalk restaurants are located. It is one of the few good tasting airconditioned restaurants along the strip. Also, it is highly popular among city government's employees since they held most of their lunch meetings here.

    The dining area is so small yet simple. With only five (1.5x1.5m) plastic monoblock table and chairs as its furniture. At peak hours this places packs a bunch of hungry budget concious vistors mostly government employees.

    Favorite Dish: It has a wide menu of Filipino-Chinese soup, pansit, vegetable, chicken, beef, and seafood sizzling plates dishes.

    But their most famous meals are their different pansits with an option of adding lechon bits on its top. Also the tortas(omelettes are great!)

    The cheap P55 rice combo meals here that are interchangeable combined with either a pansit, torta and lumpia (shanghai rolls).

    Foods here taste great but one of the most notable uniqueness of this restaurant is that majority that are served here actually taste the same since they have the same sauce in all of their omelletes, pansits, and other dishes. So that is why I am calling it an "One sauce for all foods restaurant!

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    Starbucks @ Pearl Drive: NOT a Resto but a CAKE Tip

    by monina_c Updated Oct 11, 2007

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    Yummy Pistachio Cake!
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    This is a new thing for me! Getting my cakes instead of coffee at the Starbuck's!
    Well, Starbuck's Coffee came out with a pair of cakes I really like. Their Heaven Cake and Pistachio Cake (actually more like mini-cakes) are really good! The different layers and different flavors just explode in your mouth as you bite through the layers of each mouthful!!! :P

    But I heard that not all branches carry these pair. Be sure to drop by their branch in Pearl Drive to get a taste of Heaven!

    Favorite Dish: 1. Pistachio Cake 2. Heaven Cake

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    Foodash!: Veggie Lovers, Don’t Fret

    by Strikinsmile Updated Sep 22, 2006
    crunchy veggies with pork or shrimp bits

    … Presenting Chop Suey Rice, a hearty serving of mixed veggies and rice for the veggie lovers or the diet-conscious, being offered by Foodash! If you’re just tired of eating beef or meat or chicken as well as fish, it’s time to have a visit to this cool resto and enjoy Chopsuey Rice.

    Favorite Dish: Chopsuey Rice is also served with Foodash! soup of the day. Filling and tasty, Chopsuey Rice never fails to satisfy a hungry tummy. One of the resto’s bests.

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    Foodash!: Adobo, True to its Taste

    by Strikinsmile Updated Sep 22, 2006
    adobo, smells good, tastes even better

    Ahh! Adobo, one of the most common Filipino dishes, is being offered as one of the rice topping specials of Foodash! It’s got chicken and pork, meticulously cooked with a balance of ingredients to bring out that enticing adobo aroma followed by the gloriously yummy taste.

    Favorite Dish: Adobo is served with rice and soup of the day at Foodash! The sauce (oh, goody!), when mixed with rice is just nice.

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    Foodash!: Merienda Time is Foodash! Time

    by Strikinsmile Updated Sep 22, 2006
    Foodash! pansit bihon

    Office workers usually have merienda time in the afternoon, wherein light (or even heavy) snacks are taken. Pancit bihon prepared by Foodash! is an ideal merienda that even comes with toasted bread. This will surely complete your afternoon and will give you enough energy for the few hours left on your working day.

    Favorite Dish: Crunchy veggies on rice noodles, that’s pancit bihon. It’s a cross between Chinese and Pinoy taste, something to look forward to in the afternoon.

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    Foodash!: Crispy Pork Strips with a Kick

    by Strikinsmile Updated Sep 22, 2006
    lechon kawali rice toppings, a bestseller

    Crispy pork strips or better known as lechon kawali has always been one of Filipinos’ all-time favorite dishes. One of the bestsellers of Foodash! is lechon kawali rice toppings. Crunchy and tasty, lechon kawali never fails to make it on the customers’ must-try and must-have lists during lunch time. It’s got something to do with the secret blend, the marinade (wink, wink).

    Favorite Dish: I recommend lechon kawali, of course. It’s not greasy. It’s deliciously appealing.

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    Foodash!: Rice Toppings and a Taste of Asia

    by Strikinsmile Written Sep 10, 2006
    shrimp paste chicken, my personal fave

    Bright colors adorn the place. Stepping inside the restaurant immediately gives one a feeling of perkiness despite its size (roughly 20 sqm). RNB and jazz add rhythm to this cozy place. Indeed, a cool hangout for friends and colleagues. Rice toppings (adobo, buttered chicken, beefsteak, chopsuey, lechon kawali, etc) are good for one, but one is enough to satisfy even the “healthy” ones. For a group of friends who feel like sharing a dish or two, large servings are available (shrimp paste fried chicken, fish fillet with tausi, beef with broccoli, etc). Of course, dishes are perfect with steaming white rice or Thai pineapple rice.

    Favorite Dish: I love the shrimp paste fried chicken. Beef noodles, beef wanton and lomi are simply to die for. I had lomi for lunch, it was so good that I even shared it with my sister. The noodles being offered by Foodash! are also perfect for afternoon snacks.

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