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Hap Chan: Because We Always Celebrate Birthdays in Chinese Restaurants


Well, not actually all birthdays, but I turned 22 this month and decided to celebrate at our local Hap Chan. This is the Robinsons Antipolo Branch. If I were to decide, I would have wanted…

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Chuan Kee Restaurant Review: Binondo Chinatown Resto with Canteen Prices


Last weekend, my girlfriend and I ventured into Binondo, Manila. For those who don’t know, it is actually the oldest Chinatown in the whole world! This old city is home to hundreds of shops and is…

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Crazy Katsu: What’s so Insane About it


Right after watching Super Parental Guardians yesterday, we went to the foodie haven that is Lilac street to look for somewhere to eat. We originally planned to eat at Pink Chiffon upon my recommendation, but…

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Alyanna’s Cakes and Cafe: Fine Dining on a Budget


On Zomato, Alyanna’s Cakes and Cafe is listed as a bakery. But make no mistake, because aside from cakes they also make rice dishes, pasta and salads to fix international cravings. There were not many customers when…

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Zark’s Burgers: Forget About the Diet


The Greasier, The Better – Zark’s Burger Zark’s is a well-known name in the burger industry mostly because of the “Jawbreaker Challenge” that trended a few years back (pinoys just LOVE challenges). Basically, you had to…

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Brad and Pit’s Ribshack: A Carnivore Fix for Barkadas


Sorry vegans and vegetarians, there’s nothing for you to see here. Except mashed potatoes. Brad and Pit’s Ribshack is a place made for meat-lovers. This small food haven is located along the narrow and often…

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Chun Chon Restaurant: Tambayan Near UST


Hello peeps! I met up with my cousin who is a student in UST, and upon her recommendation, we tried the eats at Chun Chon Restaurant. This is actually a late upload (a few months…

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