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House of Pugon

0Try traditional dishes prepared in a different way. Eating at House of Pugon made me feel less guilty about enjoying some of our Filipino favorites. Lechon and sisig cooked from a brick oven is something new to me, but now, it may just be something I’d be having often. *** Whenever I drove along Katipunan Avenue […]

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The Burger Project

0 Design your own burgers at The Burger Project. You just might be amazed with the combinations you choose. You could be a chef in the making. I have always enjoyed eating here and I always create a different burger “design” for each visit. You can also choose from their burger design selection if you […]

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Victorino’s

0 A taste of Ilocos in Quezon City. Victorino’s Fine Dining Restaurant offers famous Ilocano dishes as well as other traditional Filipino favorites. The place looks like an old mansion converted into a restaurant. It has a homey ambiance. The place is well lit. Everywhere you look, there you’ll find a touch of Ilocano culture. […]

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Serye Cafe Filipino

0 Serye Cafe Filipino is one of the more famous Filipino restaurants serving great Filipino favorites and international dishes with a Pinoy twist. We went to its Quezon City branch at Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City. We ordered the famous Honey-Style Fried Chicken and Kesong Puti Putanesca. The Honey-Style Fried Chicken is one of […]

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Rai Rai Ken

0 Rai Rai Ken Ramen House and Sushi Bar’s promo caught my attention. They offered 50% off for their ramen items. So my family and I tried it out. It was our first time here. I ordered their Miso Ramen and clarified with the server if it indeed was half the price. And there goes […]

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Red Onion Cafe

2 For noodle soup lovers, this is your place. Indulge with their bottomless noodles and broth at Red Onion Cafe. It’s the first and only Red Onion Cafe in the country. It claims to have authentic Chinese and Taiwanese cuisine that can surely satisfy you. Their bestseller is their 39 Spices Beef Noodles which can […]

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The Porch

0 I’m always excited to visit new restaurants and The Porch was definitely a good find. Located along Anonas Extension in Quezon City, this restaurant stands out. It’s got great food, great ambiance and I think it’s the only restaurant in this area where they have a spacious parking lot. The place and the colors […]

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Sebastian’s Ice Cream: Mangga & Bagoong and Kamias Sorbet

6Unique is an understatement. Ice cream topped with bagoong might seem a bit too much… too much if you don’t get to try it. It’s a must at Sebastian’s Artisan Ice Cream along Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. Among the many uniquely Filipino flavors they offer, two stood out. I had to taste their Green Mango […]

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Coco Shanghai Rolls at the Coconut House

0 Just when I thought I already named my favorites in their menu, the Coconut House comes out with new delicious treats. From their Buko Pancit and Coco Okoy (read previous article, click here), I now have their Coco Shanghai Rolls as the new number one on my list. The Coconut House is famous for […]

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Zipline Quezon City Circle

4 In the middle of the busy Quezon City is getaway for fun. Who would’ve thought I could take a break from a meeting, ride a zipline and resume the meeting? Wow! In Quezon Memorial Circle, the best activity I can recommend for fun is the “Zipline Quezon City Circle.” This is just awesome especially […]

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