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The Old Oven Art Cafe


SDA Prime.  Ribeye.  600 bucks.  Do you really need any other reason to visit this place?  Old Oven Art has been getting some publicity over the past few month and apparently, this little shop along White Plains is said to serve a mean cheese steak as well.  And what deranged bastard does not like a fucking cheese steak? Things started ... 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 »

Red Buffalo Wings and Pizza


have to admit that I don’t remember a lot about Red Buffalo.  It doesn’t necessarily mean it wasn’t good.  It probably has to do more with my terrible memory and the fact that this has taken so long ago.  What I do remember is exactly the date of my visit: April 29, 2012.  When this happened: So yeah, I dreaded ... Read More »

Malcolm’s De La Costa: The Incredibly Expensive Burger


guess I don’t really need to confess here, but it’s been a while.  In fact, as I’m writing about Malcolm’s De La Costa, they are now closed.  I think they’re moving somewhere else or probably renovating.  The fact that they’ll be back is the only reason why I’m taking the time to bullshit write about it. I’ve written about Malcolm’s ... Read More »

Stackers Burger Cafe


I get excited whenever there’s a new burger joint in town.  So there are very few things better than ending my illegal DVD window shopping day with burgers.  Not that I buy pirated DVD’s. Stackers Burger Cafe is supposedly an Australian-based joint.  I’m not exactly sure if it’s a local franchise or something, but the burgers are said to be ... Read More »

Cyma: Manila’s Version of Greek Food


yma is not the only restaurant that serves Greek food in the Philippines.  Greek cuisine is mediterranean in nature.  You will see the same things like kebab, shawarma (or gyro’s in their case), salads, etc. I’ve been here a few times, but I was set to go to Greece and I wanted to compare Cyma’s authenticity to real Greek cuisine.  ... Read More »

Burger Day at the Salcedo Weekend Market


love the Salcedo Market.  I enjoy it a lot more than Mercato Centrale / Midnight Mercato.  A LOT more. I used to come a lot more often back when I still had a slot to park in Makati.  OK, that came out wrong.  Let me re-phrase: I used to frequent the Salcedo Market back when I owned a parking slot ... Read More »

Deliboys: Keep the Meat Coming


here are probably two things you need to know about me.  First, I’m a lazy driver. I wish I had a driver.  I’d get a few more winks and kill less cells with road rage for Manila’s finest traffic.  I probably won’t go out unless I really really need to.  Or unless I’m really really bored.  Really. Second thing, I ... Read More »

Midnight Mercato at The Fort Part 1: Where We Bash the Burgers


love burgers.  It’s beef, bread, and cheese – what’s not to love?  Nothing spells home and comfort better than a good old-fashioned burger.  In fact, I always order a burger when given the choice.  I’m in Canada, I order a burger.  I’m in Hong Kong, I order a burger.  Wherever in the world I’m at, I have had a burger.  ... Read More »

Johnny Rockets: Unli Bucket


he biggest game changer in the telecommunications industry here in the Philippines has been the unlimited buckets.  I mean it single-handledly fucked up plans for any major player at one point.  I should know.  I used to work for two of them  So why is this analogy relevant?  Because of Johnny Rockets! Johnny Rockets is this relatively new fast food-type ... Read More »

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