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    L' Entrecote: Romantric Fine Dining and Steakhouse Place

    by machomikemd Written Apr 4, 2013
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    L' Entrecote is the newest thing in the Romantic Burgos Circle. This Fine Dining Restaurant has a quiet and smooth ambiance and they also do candlelight dinners as there are many couples eating inside at night. L' Entrecote is a steakhouse and then some and is a play on the french word which means steak and fries, which is the main specialty of the restaurant besides the assorted Certified Angus Beef Steak Cuts that you can order on the menu and comes with their seceret sauce. The place is owned by a Swiss Chef. There are also other swiss and european dishes on the menu but the best seller is the french L' Entrecote (steak and fries).

    Operating Hours:
    Sunday to Thursday: 11.00am to 11.00pm
    Friday and Saturday: 11.00am to 1.00am

    Favorite Dish: they give you their complimentary bistole bread with their herbed butter for free. wines by the glass will costs from 200 to 500. iced tea at 100 pesos. their Special L'Entrecote Steak and Fries (made from angus sirloin steak with french fries and secret herb butter sauce) is 900 pesos an order. a 12 ounce boneless rib eye angus steak is at 1,800 pesos an order. an angus 24 ounce porter house steak with secret herbed sauce at 2,500 pesos an order.

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    Cantinetta: Italian Style Canteen and Restaurant (2)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 4, 2013
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    part 2 of my two part tip with more pictures:

    Cantinetta is easily my favorite Italian Restaurant in the philippines and they have 4 branches and this branch is at the burgos Circle.

    Cantinetta is an Italian restaurant that don't scrimp on the Ingredients and makes truly authentic Italian dishes (not the filipinized sweet kind) that when you order a spaghetti here, it's not sweet! since they use Sun Dried Tomatoes and Sauce and not the sweet meat sauce that jollibee popularized! Unlike Other Italian Restos in the Philippines, they have Authtentic Italian Chianti Wines and Northern Italian Grappas and they have both north and south italian cuisine (Northern Italian Cuisine has no PASTA and PIZZA ok). And for the Kicker, they display and sell authentic italian stuffs like provolone cheese, parma ham, prosciutto bread, buffala mozzarella (mozarella cheese) and assorted chianti and grappas.

    according to their facebook page:

    Cantinetta, Inc. is a home-style chain of restaurants, inspired by the wine cellars found in the estates of Italian noblemen, serves authentic Italian cuisine. The ambiance of Cantinetta is quiet and cozy which is good for people who are looking for a nice place to stay and have dinner after a long day of work. With just a few minutes away from the heart of the business district, you can experience a restaurant that will keep you away from the chaos of everyday business life and give you satisfying Italian dishes for a reasonable price.


    LOCATIONS:
    Cantinetta, Rockwell
    Rockwell Drive cor. Estrella St.
    Makati City, Metro Manila
    (02) 403-0145
    Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

    other branch:
    Cantinetta, Podium
    G/F The Podium Adb Avenue Ortigas Center
    Mandaluyong Metro Manila
    Philippines
    (02)4772522

    Cantinetta, Burgos Circle - Taguig
    Burgos Circle, Forbes Town Center, 29 St. Rizal Drive, The Fort
    Taguig City, Metro Manila
    Philippines
    (02)4035220
    Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

    Cantinetta, Baguio
    Bldg. 660 Camp John Hay
    Baguio City, Benguet
    Philippines
    (074) 442-4819

    Favorite Dish: the original italian Bolognese Spaghetti (ground beef stewed in red wine) at 380 pesos, Carbonara (Cream sauce with bacon, egg and topped with parmesan cheese) at 380 pesos, Cantinetta Classica Pizza ( Tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, Italian sausage, pepperoni and minced beef) at 550 pesos and Florentina Steak (Italian Style Steak) at 1,900 pesos. the pasta with truffle oil at 700 pesos an order and way much more.

    Opens from 11:00 am - 11:00 pm daily

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    Cantinetta: Italian Style Canteen and Restaurant (1)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 4, 2013
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    this will be a two part tip with more pictures:

    Cantinetta is easily my favorite Italian Restaurant in the philippines and they have 4 branches and this branch is at the burgos Circle.

    Cantinetta is an Italian restaurant that don't scrimp on the Ingredients and makes truly authentic Italian dishes (not the filipinized sweet kind) that when you order a spaghetti here, it's not sweet! since they use Sun Dried Tomatoes and Sauce and not the sweet meat sauce that jollibee popularized! Unlike Other Italian Restos in the Philippines, they have Authtentic Italian Chianti Wines and Northern Italian Grappas and they have both north and south italian cuisine (Northern Italian Cuisine has no PASTA and PIZZA ok). And for the Kicker, they display and sell authentic italian stuffs like provolone cheese, parma ham, prosciutto bread, buffala mozzarella (mozarella cheese) and assorted chianti and grappas.

    according to their facebook page:

    Cantinetta, Inc. is a home-style chain of restaurants, inspired by the wine cellars found in the estates of Italian noblemen, serves authentic Italian cuisine. The ambiance of Cantinetta is quiet and cozy which is good for people who are looking for a nice place to stay and have dinner after a long day of work. With just a few minutes away from the heart of the business district, you can experience a restaurant that will keep you away from the chaos of everyday business life and give you satisfying Italian dishes for a reasonable price.


    LOCATIONS:
    Cantinetta, Rockwell
    Rockwell Drive cor. Estrella St.
    Makati City, Metro Manila
    (02) 403-0145
    Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

    other branch:
    Cantinetta, Podium
    G/F The Podium Adb Avenue Ortigas Center
    Mandaluyong Metro Manila
    Philippines
    (02)4772522

    Cantinetta, Burgos Circle - Taguig
    Burgos Circle, Forbes Town Center, 29 St. Rizal Drive, The Fort
    Taguig City, Metro Manila
    Philippines
    (02)4035220
    Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

    Cantinetta, Baguio
    Bldg. 660 Camp John Hay
    Baguio City, Benguet
    Philippines
    (074) 442-4819

    Favorite Dish: the original italian Bolognese Spaghetti (ground beef stewed in red wine) at 380 pesos, Carbonara (Cream sauce with bacon, egg and topped with parmesan cheese) at 380 pesos, Cantinetta Classica Pizza ( Tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, Italian sausage, pepperoni and minced beef) at 550 pesos and Florentina Steak (Italian Style Steak) at 1,900 pesos. the pasta with truffle oil at 700 pesos an order and way much more.

    Opens from 11:00 am - 11:00 pm daily

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    Elias by Crisostomo(Bonifacio High Street Central): Enjoy their Local REVOLUTIONARY food

    by nixca316 Written Jan 10, 2013

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    This is just short and simple. :)

    Elias is a character in El Filibusterismo that is the alter ego of one of the main characters, Crisostomo Ibarra.

    The restaurant's ambiance is neo-colonial. The savory dishes are delicious and filling. The desserts are great and the service is OK. :)

    They deliver(of course, in the nearby places only) +632 2121212

    For catering inquiries: +632 6387527 or +63917 8577622

    For those dining in, they accept major credit cards and cash.

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    Chez Karine Pâtisserie: Yummy French Desserts @ Serendra Piazza

    by nixca316 Updated Oct 17, 2012

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    Karen Sy Yang had dreams of having her own Pâtisserie since she was a young girl. Well aware that it was not easy, she did not dive into it at once. In college she took up a computer course and after graduation, she carefully planned what to do.

    She is a princess in her own right because she's the youngest daughter of Business Tycoon, George Yang, the man who brought McDonald's to the Philippines. Yet, even if she was born with a silver spoon on her mouth, she remained unassuming and very down to earth.

    In Paris, she was determined to make her dreams come true and to make those dreams come true, she knew there was no fairy godmother who would magically conjure them. Instead, she had to work hard.

    Filled with passion, she dedicated herself in honing her skills and in the year 2002, she earned her Pâtisserie Diploma in Le Cordon Bleu, Paris.

    Later on she became an intern for THE Pierre Hermé, one of the most famous, if not the most, pâtissiers in Paris.

    After years of hard work and careful planning, finally, on Sunday, June 24, Karen's "baby" was introduced to the public.

    People passing by were curious, but the wonderful part about observing them was their faces after they took the first bite.

    They looked more than satisfied. They wanted more!

    Chef Karen wants to share "her" Paris with you, so if you're in the Bonifacio Global City, drop by Serendra. Her little bakery is easy to find, between two wonderful greats: Cupcakes by Sonja and Gelatissimo.



    If you have bulk orders you can email her at orders@chezkarine.com

    mode of payment: cash/Visa and Mastercard

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    Favorite Dish: I have tried macarons from other French bakeries before, but my friend Jay and I agree that the selling point of her macarons are the fact that they just melt in your mouth. My favorite flavor is the very flowery Earl Grey Macaron. For some weird reason unbeknownst to me, I don't like Earl Grey tea, but I love Chez Karine's Earl Grey Macaron.

    The muscavado latte is a must try.

    So are the different mousse cakes and the gourmandise fraise.

    Among the mousse cakes, the caramel macchiato is ethereally wonderful.

    The potato chip cookie is interesting. This too, melts in your mouth.

    The mango panna cotta, as Claude described it, is even better than her favorite panacotta from a famous Italian Eatery chain. The mango is on the sour side, the panna cotta is a bit sweet...when eaten together, it's the perfect blend.

    The sablet chocolat is divine.



    CHEZ KARINE MENU



    My friend Jayson's photo album

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    Pier One: Another Pinoy Fusion Restaurant

    by nixca316 Updated Sep 12, 2012

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    w/Bing, Harriet, Vecca, Mater, RJ
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    It's wi-fi certified (so you can bring your laptops and other gadgets here), also a good night spot, food's okay, fun to be with your friends...and family.



    Revised article (Woman Today, Eat, Drink and Be Merry Section) March 27, 2002

    From its original location at Libis, Pier One Bar and Restaurant recently docked and set up shop at The Fort Square, Bonifacio Global City. The new branch, whose pier-like design was conceptualized by president and general manager Francis Juan offers an open-air ambiance, good-tasting food at affordable prices, great music and friendly people.

    Pier One at The Fort is a haven for yuppies looking for a place to unwind while the Libis branch attracts younger partygoers. No matter what their difference is, the best bands in town never fails to draw crowd with their acoustic, 80s, R&B and upbeat music.

    Pier One is also available for parties, corporate events and seated dinners.

    Favorite Dish:

    Please try everything =)

    The food and bar selection has also formed a following. House specialties include: the Pier One Lechon Sisig, Crispy Pata, Chicken Binakol, and Sinuglaw, among others. The bar boasts of both local and imported beverages at low prices.

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    Aracama Filipino Cuisine: Enjoy Local Food in a Global Way

    by nixca316 Updated Jul 25, 2012

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    Chef Fernando Aracama is one of the more popular chefs in our country because he is often seen in all types of media.

    I have great respect for this guy. He is just a bit older than me, but he has proven to many that he is someone you should take seriously.

    He has been researching, teaching, going around the world and the country, and he only gets better and better everyday.

    This "baby" of his found at The Fort Strip of the Bonifacio Global City, deserves his name, because whether he is there or not, the quality of the food and the service is intact.

    The place is very spacious and the ones who frequented the Embassy Super Club would have bitter sweet memories because of certain "events", but they wouldn't mind what has become of it.

    Chef Ferns, as he is fondly called by many, but Fern to others, transformed the place into a high end restaurant. He is an expert fusionist, adding some flavors of Europe into our Local Cuisine, but he also has some purely Filipino delights that is presented in a very cosmopolitan way.





    Operating Hours
    Sunday to Thursday 11:00am to 2:00pm for lunch and 5:00pm to 12:00mn for dinner
    Friday to Saturday 11:00am to 2:00pm for lunch and 5:00pm to 2:00am for dinner

    Favorite Dish:
    *Their version of Kare-Kare. Kare-Kare is a must try if you are visiting the country. It looks like curry, but it tastes like peanut soup. Aracama's version is thick, and like some of my favorite restaurants who serve Kare-Kare, the veggies and the shrimp paste(Bagoong) are set aside. It is very delicious and the presentation is acceptable to Filipinos and foreigners alike,

    *The Malunggay Cheese dip. Foreigners and Filipinos love this! Pureed Moringa leaves blended with cheese.

    *The Chicken Inasal is a must try. The Chef is from Bacolod and he knows his roots. Chicken Inasal is one of the pride of Ilonggos(People from Iloilo and Bacolod, & others who speak Hiligaynon). If you're allergic to chicken, just take the necessary precautions.

    *I love the Chocnut Ice Cream. I churn ice cream, so unless it's a popular commercial kind that I love, I am quite picky when it comes to the "home made" ones. This one passes with flying colors. Chocnut is a peanut and chocolate treat that is well-loved by Filipinos worldwide and the way Chef Fern concocted this is an epicurean delight!

    *The Salpicao de la Casa is something worth trying. I am trying to stay away from beef as much as I can, but I haven't given this up. This one is very, very tempting. As the name implies, it is a "house" specialty.

    *Lumpia Bangus...I never thought I would love this, but I do. Smoked milk fish in wonton like wrapper has a very interesting taste.

    *As much as I love street food, my stomach cannot handle them lately...I think I'm getting old. (LMAO) I'm glad that Aracama offers CLEAN fish balls with sauces that will take you to cloud nine.

    *Another viand that I thought I wouldn't like is KANSI. For me, it's better than bulalo and sinigang. Aaaaaaah.

    *MY ULTIMATE favorite is the MISO SEABASS...words cannot describe how much I love this!

    *The Salads! Healthy and delicious, indeed!

    *The desserts are feast to the eyes and are very, very delicious too!

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    Geisha Modern Japanese Cuisine: Modern Japanese Cuisine (2)

    by machomikemd Written Jul 17, 2012
    A5 Wagyu Beef Teriyaki Steak
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    Part two of my Geisha Restaurant tips with more pictures.

    The Geisha Modern Japanese Restaurant is a new kid on the block at the Bonifacio High Street Central West Superblock. It is actually owned by an Indian National who also owns the Red Kinmono Chain with branches at the Greenbelt 3 and Fort Strip and it offers japanese cuisine with a twist (having many vegetarian dishes in the menu plus other fusion japanese foods. Theu have a british and a filipino chef who reinterprets the japanese dishes. This is an upscale japanese resturant. They have assorted hot and cold sake wines to compliment the dishes (but I don't usually take sake and a meal). Among their best sellers where is the A5 Kobe Beef Teriyaki Steak (Kobe beef is Japanese wagyu beef, wagyu is a generic term for japanese style beef ok! grading of foreign wagyu is by Grades 1 to 12 while grading of Japanese Kobe Beef is from A1 to A5). Soft Crab Sushi, Sea Bass Gindara, Kurobota Pork Gyozas and more.

    opens: 11:00 am to 12:00 am everyday

    Favorite Dish: being a steak man, I ordered the A5 Kobe Beef at just 150 grams at 1,800 pesos an order. The Spider Maki (soft shelled crab) costs 450 pesos, the california maki costs 380 pesos, the sea bass gindara steak at 895 pesos. they also have some set donburi meals like the unagi don at 495 pesos an order and katsudon at 350 pesos an order.

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    Geisha Modern Japanese Cuisine: Modern Japanese Cuisine (1)

    by machomikemd Written Jul 17, 2012
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    This will be a two part tip with more pictures.

    The Geisha Modern Japanese Restaurant is a new kid on the block at the Bonifacio High Street Central West Superblock. It is actually owned by an Indian National who also owns the Red Kinmono Chain with branches at the Greenbelt 3 and Fort Strip and it offers japanese cuisine with a twist (having many vegetarian dishes in the menu plus other fusion japanese foods. Theu have a british and a filipino chef who reinterprets the japanese dishes. This is an upscale japanese resturant. They have assorted hot and cold sake wines to compliment the dishes (but I don't usually take sake and a meal). Among their best sellers where is the A5 Kobe Beef Teriyaki Steak (Kobe beef is Japanese wagyu beef, wagyu is a generic term for japanese style beef ok! grading of foreign wagyu is by Grades 1 to 12 while grading of Japanese Kobe Beef is from A1 to A5). Soft Crab Sushi, Sea Bass Gindara, Kurobota Pork Gyozas and more.

    opens: 11:00 am to 12:00 am everyday

    Favorite Dish: being a steak man, I ordered the A5 Kobe Beef at just 150 grams at 1,800 pesos an order. The Spider Maki (soft shelled crab) costs 450 pesos, the california maki costs 380 pesos, the sea bass gindara steak at 895 pesos. they also have some set donburi meals like the unagi don at 495 pesos an order and katsudon at 350 pesos an order.

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    Bonifacio High Street Central Super Blocks: Restaurants at Bonifacio High Street Superblocks

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 17, 2012
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    the Bonifacio High Street has a newest addition, the Super Blocks at the high street Central. The Super Blocks are two large mix type of 3 storey building located at the east and west part of the Bonifacio High Street South that houses a mix of mostly new restaurants owned by notel local and international chefs, bars and some retails shops. it is fashioned to be a new culinary hub in the Bonifacio Global City by the Ayala Corporation.

    Hours: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm on most restaurants and 9:00 pm on the retail shops, bars closed at 12:00 am.

    Favorite Dish: Among the New Dining Outlets in the Super Blocks at the Bonifacio HighN Street Central are:

    Aria from Boracay, Beso, Cake Club inspired by Diamond Hotel, Crystal Jade from Singapore, Cue, Elias by Chef Florabel Co-Yatco, Geisha by Red Kimono, Jamba Juice from California, Lorenzo’s Way, Mango Tree from Bangkok, Nanbantei of Tokyo, Nolita, Sariwon from Korea, Slice desserts place, Sutra, and Village Tavern from North Carolina, Stella and Rocket Room and the Geisha Restaurant.

    assorted kinds of ecletic and international foods like the wood fired brick oven pizza at Aria and Nolita, Korean Barbecue at Sariwon, Japanese Fusion at Geisha, Yakitori at Nanbantei of Tokyo, Filipino food at Elias and more.

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    by Sonja- Serendra Piazza: Designer Cupcakes

    by nixca316 Updated Jul 3, 2012

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    Sonja(Sohn-jah not the Russian pronunciation) Ocampo is now a household name. There are lots of people who go to the Serendra Piazza just to purchase her beautiful and delicious cupcakes.

    She is an expert in cupcake making because she worked at the famous New York Magnolia Bakery known for fabulous cupcakes and other baked goodies. Yet, she did not bring a Magnolia Bakery clone here, instead she created her own brand.

    She researched about cupcakes and her own creations are what we enjoy now. Ergo, Cupcakes by Sonja is definitely NOT a misnomer.

    Some of her creations are too cute to eat, but you just have to dig your teeth into them, because you will regret it more if you don't try them.

    She also makes wedding and party cakes.

    info@cupcakesbysonja.com for general inquiries
    orders@cupcakesbysonja.com for orders

    Bakery Hours:

    Sunday to Thursday 10am to midnight
    Friday to Saturday 10am to 1am the following day

    They are open everyday except Good Friday

    Major Credit Cards are accepted

    Favorite Dish: I love the nutty cupcakes/pies and the ones with berries especially Down Home Blueberry Buckle.

    I also love the Valrhona Milk-Choco Hazel Tart...it's oh sooo good.

    She can customize cakes and cupcakes for you, your family, your friends, your colleagues, and others.

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    Mogu at the Serendra Piazza: More eclectic than Japanese

    by nixca316 Updated Jul 3, 2012
    Nice interior and great ambiance
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    Mogu(bite) Japanese Shinsen(fresh) Bar and Grill is very cosmopolitan. The interiors are nice and is very spacious inside, and the al fresco section where you can people watch and enjoy your grilled food better, blends with the rest of the Piazza. It has a romantic ambiance, but you can also bring your friends and family here.

    Even if they do serve Japanese dishes and are made or directed by a Japanese Chef(Chef Seiji), i think their appeal is more of the Eclectic/International type, than Japanese/Sushi.

    The service is great and food tastes wonderful. They are also very pleasing to the eyes.

    They only use fresh produce, fish, and meat products and every bite is pleasing.

    mogu.serendra@gmail.com

    Major credit cards are accepted

    Operating Hours
    Sun-Thu
    11:00 am - 9:00 pm
    Fri-Sat
    11:00 am - 11:00 pm

    Mogu is owned by Bingbing Lopez Santos who also owns Don Eduardo's Trattoria and another Japanese restaurant named Sousaku, which literally means creation. Both restaurants are at Salcedo Village in Makati. They also owned AmoRoma in Alabang, Mezzaluna(when Mezzaluna closed, Mogu took over the location) in Serendra, and Bing-Bing's in Salcedo. Now, Amo Roma is in Tagaytay City.

    Favorite Dish: Their ramen has the perfect bite(true to the name of Mogu); Their international selections or fusion meals shouldn't be missed: The mezzaluna pizzas, the foie gras, the oysters, sea urchin shooters; Their wagyu steak is also competitive(but of course, I favor Melo's).

    Their desserts are also very, very yummy.

    Sigh.

    I have to go back soon before visiting Chez Karine again.

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    Agave Mexican Cantina: Craving for Mexican Cuisine?

    by cyndymc Written Jan 16, 2011
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    Agave Mexican Cantina is a favorite watering hole for Yuppies who love margarita, but it has become a popular destination for families who love Mexican food. There are tables and chairs outside the airconditioned room for smokers, just across is the bar. The airconditioned room has a loft for those who want more privacy. The place is cozy. As expected of Mexican motif, bright colors dominate the room decor and furnishings.

    The only downside I noticed is the lack of accessibility ramp for those with wheelchair, and for baby strollers. My daughter had a hard time bringing my grandson's stroller inside the airconditioned room

    Favorite Dish: I liked all the foods we tried, but my favorites are the Agave Taco Salad (Grande size=P355) and the Chicken & Steak Fajitas (P420). Second favorite is the Ultimo Chicken Chimichangas (P315 for grande size).

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    Mamou's: home cooked plus excellent steak!

    by machomikemd Written Aug 25, 2010
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    good ole home cooking menu with an extra, very juicy and succulent steaks that imitates the style of the icon Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn, just as tasty.

    Favorite Dish: the 30 ounce USDA Prime Boned In Rib Eye Steak.

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    Hap Chan: Craving For Chinese Cuisine?

    by cyndymc Updated Jul 25, 2010
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    We went to Hap Chan not by choice, but by convenience. All the shops at Bonifacio High Street were still closed; we didn't know they open at 12 noon yet. Since we were already hungry, we thought of having a snack first. We walked to nearby Market! Market! and since Hap Chan was the first restaurant we saw upon crossing the street, we decided to have some dimsums.

    I liked the interior decor. The lanterns and furnishings were aptly chosen for the Chinese motif. The dining hall was clean, spacious and didn't look cluttered and cramped like other Chinese restaurants. Service was generally okay though the IDs showed that the waiters were trainees.

    Hot house tea was served to diners, but we ordered cold drinks. We expected their dishes to be as delicious as the other dishes we've tried in other Chinese restaurants, but our expectations were not met. The food was not really extraordinary and tasty.

    Favorite Dish: I liked their Chicken Feet Dimsum and sharksfin dimsum, but I can't say they were instant favorites.

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