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    Xtremely Xpresso: extremely Pizza tambayan!

    by missmarianne Updated Feb 22, 2008

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    It is a coffee house that serves the best variety of coffee, pizza, pasta, sandwiches. (better than yellow cab) The ambience is good and inviting. By the way, they serve din pala the giant yumyummmy burger. It's the only one in the whole Olongapo.

    Favorite Dish: Their all cheese pizza and aglio, olio nose bleeding pasta.

    ma Qumarehsz!
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    bread TimE: cheapyumyum pastries

    by missmarianne Written Mar 4, 2008

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    if you want to go coffee and cake in a not so expensive cafe.. go to BRead Time. their pandesal, too, is yumyum..

    Favorite Dish: all cakes are equally yumyum nmn
    their strawberry frappe is just right
    their pandesal is yumyum, tooooooo!

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    Pier 1: Try This at One Night!

    by namiewa Updated Dec 27, 2005

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    Try the pizza, tempura, fried rice and calamari's for Dinner with out rice. Im absolutely full, well, as we Philippines people do luv to eat rice. Break fast, lunch and dinner we do have rice in the table together with the dish. For that we are really full especially if the dish is like that and dessert with pizza. That sounds really yummy!...As american dont eat rice i mean they eat but not much as we like asian. This dinner might be good and okay for you!. Is friend rice for breakfast only? no i guess not!.. Eat it whatever time you want.

    Favorite Dish: as im into pizza? their pizza is really good for me i dont know for others.. Their Tempura is cool too i mean teast good. Okay just hit the menu. if ever you have time to come in Pier 1.

    all in the plate is what i only eat at that night! thats what i order my sis who order this lets start eating!
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    Gerry's Grill and Restaurant: You'd Rather Be At Gerry's

    by namiewa Written Dec 2, 2005

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    3 nights before my birthday my sister and I are decided to have dinner in the restaurant but of course not to order much as we don’t have money to pay for.. Its already 10 in the evening after my school I went home and drove in Subic bay by taxi. We ordered 3 dishes and 3 plain rice, both are full and one of the dishes is been take out since we don’t eat there because we are full already. This seashore line restaurant had good Filipino dishes with a banana leaf. As we are the only people who are eating every waiter’ s are waiting of us to be done and so they can go home too.

    Favorite Dish: We eat as usual rice of course, squid, grill fish ' tilapya ' , pork, and the best is their Sinigang Shrimps. As we luv this kind of Filipino foods....

    Im done their bar inside of the restaurant the waiters who are waiting of us to be done eatin
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    Chowking: Summer Time - It's Halohalo Time!

    by Kisses&Co Written Apr 29, 2008

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    Chowking is one of the famous chinese foodchain in the Philippines. They have various branches around the country. They serves breakfast, lunch & dinner. But what I love here in Chowking is thier "HALOHALO", sort of filipino dessert! YUMMY!

    Halo-halo -from Tagalog word halo, "mix"- is a Filipino dessert that is a mixture of crushed ice and milk to which are added various boiled sweet beans and fruits, macapuno, leche plan, ube and served cold in a tall glass or bowl with ice cream on top.

    mmmmm,, yummmy! mmmm... more yummmy! you can lick it before you eat it!mmmmm!

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    Xtremely Xpresso Cafe: Giant Pizza

    by mikoykoy Written Jun 11, 2008

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    The place is still crowded and full even though it was already past 1pm when we arrived the place. Anyhow, they have al fresco dining but it was hot due to summer season.

    As recommended by my brother, we ordered the giant 22" Big Ben pizza. This is the biggest pizza I have ever seen. We also tried their Thai noodles and 2 pasta for lunch.

    Budget friendly restaurant. Good food.

    I never had the chance to sneek inside the restaurant nor taste the famous coffee which is one of their item to be proud of.

    Favorite Dish: Crispy Thai noodles

    Frontage Remnants of the 22 After the meal Giant Burger?? Signage
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    Xtremely Xpresso: More Than Just Coffee

    by cyndymc Updated Mar 21, 2011

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    Since my daughter introduced us to the food at Xtremely Xpresso, we never fail to eat at least a day's meal at the coffeehouse. Actually, it is more than a coffeehouse; it serves pastas, meals, salads, pizzas and even cakes & pastries.

    The ambiance is nice and homey, with eclectic decor and all sorts of collections (wine bottles, old typewriter, etc) displayed on the walls and counter. Diners have to wait to be seated by the receptionist, as the place is quite small and easily filled to capacity especially during summer and holidays. You can choose to eat indoors or al fresco.

    Dining at Xtremely Xpresso is a delight because of the food, coffee blends and fruit shakes. In my first review of the place, I expressed my sentiment that "dining would have been superb if not for the staff who are as cold as their iced coffee blends. I never saw anyone smile; they look so harassed and in a hurry, and are quite difficult to call for additional orders. I hope they realize that their pleasant demeanor in serving customers is equally important to diners." In our recent visit, I am happy to note that customer service has improved a lot. The crew served with a smile, and orders were served faster. ;))

    Favorite Dish: My personal favorite is their beef lasagna, really filled with beef and with great sauce! I also like their Chicken Caesar Salad. For dessert, I love their blueberry cheesecake...super delicious!

    Pastas & Baby Back Ribs Meal Inside Xtremely Xpresso Blueberry Cheesecake I Love Their Taco Salad! Chicken Caesar Salad
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    Grande Island Restaurant: Your Lunch Time Restaurant

    by namiewa Written Sep 18, 2006

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    they have American food, Chinese, Korean etc. you wont be bored while waiting of your order or if you start eating already as they have buffet coz they have this musician who sing good. The place is pretty clean and you can watch the view outside of the restaurant.

    Favorite Dish: the pork taste good and the rice i dun eat vegetable but i all ate it. maybe because am hungry already? lolz nah! coz the food is delicious

    yay! am hungry next! food pls. fish with this green stuff the restaurant cool entertainment
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    Meat Plus: Steaks

    by mikoykoy Updated Jun 12, 2008

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    * Wide choices of main dish, dessert and drinks
    * Prices are not so expensive considering the size of the servings
    * Place to satisfy your cravings for mouth-watering choices of steak (fish, chicken, beef or pork)
    * They also serve pasta, salads and sandwich.
    * Alternative place to visit aside from duty-free shopping.

    Favorite Dish: Grilled Pork Ribs Meal

    Menu Beverages and Desserts
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    SeaFront Restaurant: Sumptuous Buffet Dinner!!!

    by vaughn.voyages Written Jan 10, 2004

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    OMG we got very full when we had our dinner here..we even asked for a styro so that we can get some, pack and bring it to our room in our hotel...it's like we got 3x of what we've paid!!!

    Favorite Dish: mango tart
    pure orange juice..mmm yummy!!!

    here we are on our hawaiian themed night

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    Gerry's Grill Subic: Great seafood eatery

    by Chinggis_n_Borte Updated Jan 5, 2015

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    Gery's grill is an eatery perfect for people who loves sea food from tilapya to bangus to kilawin to squids, octopus prawns lobsters oysters mussels crabs etc and that's what they are coined for "grilled (sea food)". But not only that they also do a little bit of other stuff like authentic Filipino dishes vegetables pork, chicken, braised beef, lechon kawali (pork cooked on a spit)and dinuguan.

    This sea food grill eatery is now spread all over the country under franchise and is now very popular. The prices is a little high by Filipino local standard but is affordable for tourist. Filipinos and their families go here once in a while for a treat. They also serves San Miguel beer perhaps Asia's number 1 beer the pale pilsen , dry or the export quality this is in addition to the foreign Carlsberg and American Budweiser and the Dutch beer Heneikein they also serve the Tanduay rhum and Ginebra Gin. Gery's grill are licensed to serve alcohol.

    For the non alcohol drinkers you can order the fresh buco drink from cocunuts which is very refreshing particularly on a hot summer, that is one thing they always have the buco drinks (cocunuts) in cans or fresh once in big glasses. Also the sago gulaman drinks which is an authentic sweet drink and very refreshing.

    Dont get dumb founded if a waiter ask you if you want Kok which sounds like offering a chinese meal becuz that is how
    they pronounce Coke. So Coke and Kok is the same.*

    Favorite Dish: Grilled seafood like big squids, tilapia and bangus with tomato and onions inserts.

    Gerry's grill Subic
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    Yellow Cab: Perfect Pizza!

    by cyndymc Written Jun 21, 2009

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    Even in Manila, Makati or Alabang, we often eat at Yellow Cab whenever we crave for good pizza. The clean, cozy ambience in the small Yellow Cab Pizza parlors with the kitchen & ovens exposed to the diners make us feel secure that the food we eat are freshly prepared and carefully baked/cooked in the most hygienic manner :-P

    The only thing that doesn't appeal to us is the piped-in music in the pizza parlor :-(

    Favorite Dish: New York's Finest Pizza ( with Italian sausage,pepperoi, bacon, ham, ground beef, black olives, onions, red &green bell peppers),

    #4 Cheese Pizza (nickname is cheese heaven! has mozzarella, cheddar, romano & feta cheeses)

    Yellow Cab View From The Road Ordering Counter Tables By The Wall New York's Finest Pizza Hot Wings
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    Monkok Dimsum & Noodles: Craving for Chinese Food?

    by cyndymc Written Jun 21, 2009

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    Mongkok Dimsum & Noodles at SBFZ is a small,cozy Chinese restaurant where you can satisfy your craving for Chinese food, from congee & other soups to rice toppings, Chinese specialty dishes and of course, dimsum & noodles.

    Favorite Dish: Spring rolls, yang chow fried rice, beef w/ broccoli & assorted dimsums

    Roadside View of Mongkok Dimsum & Noodles
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    Pancake House: More Than Just Pancakes

    by cyndymc Written Jun 21, 2009

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    Our family just love pancakes, and we get our heart's content at Pancake House, where they have a variety of toppings for pancakes (from the classic maple syrup to blueberry or strawberry topping and even peanut butter). But there's more than pancakes at Pancake House; they serve pastas, salads, sandwiches and meals.

    Like other Pancake House branches, the Subic branch is clean and has good ambience. It also has a big parking space at the back.

    Favorite Dish: Pancakes w/ blueberry toppings;

    Roast beef meal;

    Chicken-potato salad;

    Tacos

    Roadside View of Pancake House
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    Teriyaki Boy: You Won't Miss The Japanese Food!

    by cyndymc Updated Oct 19, 2009

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    Terriyaki Boy is known for Japanese casual dining at its best at reasonble prices. The SBFZ Branch is quite small compared to the ones in Makati & Alabang, but has the same clean, simple ambience characteristic of Japanese restaurants.

    Favorite Dish: Kani Salad, Ebi Tempura, California Maki, Assorted Sushi & Sashimi

    Roadside View Of Terriyaki Boy
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