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Why You Should Visit Nomama Ramen


o, not for their ramen.  I know it’s called “Nomama Artisanal RAMEN,” but I give them more credit than stating the obvious.  Sure, I also tried them little bowls of goodness, but it’s the other stuff that makes the place special. Nomama is one of the first restaurants to promote local and organic ingredients and free-range poultry and pork.  They ... Read More »

Brasas: Latin American Street Food


ake no mistake about it, Brasa is one of my favorite restaurants right now.  Too bad I haven’t been writing about it, but it really is.  There’s meat, there’s unique flavor and concept, it’s really good, and it’s priced very reasonably. Brasas serves Latin American food.  This covers South America — where the Brazils and Argentinas are.  I’ve been there ... Read More »

Eat Fresh: Famous Hong Kong Street Food


‘ll say this right off the bat: you’d have to be an idiot to not like this place.  Unless you’re from Hong Kong, you have no right to say, “This is some fucked up shit they serve here.” They pretty much serve more-than-edible Chinese food at incredibly reasonable prices — plus they open until late at night! People usually get ... Read More »

Healthy and Good Burgers


henever anyone brands anything as “healthy AND good,” you typically get 1 out of 2.  At most — and it’s rarely the “good” part.  So I was pleasantly surprised when I actually found the burgers at Good Burgers to be pretty  fucking awesome.  The way Good Burgers does it is by using chicken and veggie patties.  Suffice to say, there ... Read More »

Elbert’s Cheesesteak Sandwiches: Beef. Cheese. Bun

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like cows.  They’re cute, they’re docile, and they are delicious, especially when served on a bun.  With onions and cheese.  I believe that the universe, in its infinite universal wisdom, made cows slow and trusting expressly so that humanity may one day know the delights of beef.  Throughout the short but storied history of mankind, many a culture have deigned ... Read More »

Fruit Magic SM Mezza Residences


y first encounter with Fruit Magic was at Fitness First gym, ABS-CBN.  I thought it was actually part of the Fitness First franchise – after all, it was fruity and magical, just like how many of the gym’s alternative-preference clientele would describe themselves.  I hadn’t been to a Fruit Magic in a long time, until we checked out the SM ... Read More »

Tong Yang Jupiter: Closing Time


irst of all, let me just say that Tong Yang in NOT closing shop.  Indulge me for a few minutes and the title will make more sense. I’ll just say it out loud now: I love Tong Yang.  I love the yakiniku concept and Tong Yang was really one of the first to do this.  So there might be the ... Read More »

Li Garden Sharks Fin Seafood Restaurant


urns out that the day wasn’t so bad after all.  But it gets even better.  My uncle read about this promo about a new Chinese restaurant along Macapagal Ave. and we heard it was actually pretty good.  Now if there are a bunch of harsher food critics (especially of Chinese food), it would definitely be my family on my mother’s ... Read More »

Stop Over Pizza: Gem of the Midnight Mercato


consider myself a pizza lover.  By no means am I an expert – no, I leave that to the Italians and the people at Pizza Hut (jeje) – but I know what I like.  Lots of cheese, freshly baked dough, quality ingredients – this is what I look for in a pizza.  Now I’m relatively easy to please.  If the ... Read More »

Chelsea Market and Cafe


y sister’s been bugging me to try out Chelsea for the longest time.  We’ve passed by their Podium branch dozens of times now and we’ve actually planned to eat there for some time now.  It just never happened.  I had been looking forward to it mainly because of good reviews and constant recommendations from different people. First sign of a ... Read More »

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