Published on 12/14/2006 ♥ Last updated on 03/21/2018 ♥ See more in A Cook's Diary
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Humba Sliders

Humba Sliders

A new way to serve a traditional pork dish. Humba is Filipino-style red-braised pork belly. It is often served with rice or as filling for Filipino-style cua pao. We’re adding a new twist to the familiar ways that humba can be enjoyed. Humba sliders.…

Tapcitlog (Tapa, Pancit at Itlog)

Tapcitlog (Tapa, Pancit at Itlog)

Tapsilog, a popular Filipino all-day breakfast dish, is a combination of tapa (marinated beef), sinangag (fried rice) and itlog (egg, traditionally fried sunny side up). Tapcitlog substitutes noodles for the fried rice and the accompanying egg is soft boiled, not fried. I Googled the…

Breakfast Burritos with Sausage, Potato Crisps, Cheese Omelet

Breakfast Burritos

Lightly fried sausages, cheese omelet, crispy grated potatoes, alfalfa sprouts and lettuce are rolled in tortillas to make these delicious and filling breakfast burritos. Alex made them for late breakfast several days ago. She actually wanted to include chopped hash browns in the filling…

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  1. Marie

    12/15/2006 at 8:22 pm

    I will surely be eating at this place when I go home to Manila for a visit in February. *drool*

  2. auee

    12/15/2006 at 8:48 pm

    I’ve been taking notes of your recommended places akala mo. In the hope that when my family goes on holiday in Pinas, we can do some food tripping too! Food lover din kasi hubby ko.  Plus most of your recommendations are places where we can also do some sightseeing on the side… way to go!

  3. mia

    12/22/2006 at 12:39 am

    sassy, the photos in the beginning of this post don’t show.  i can only view the dining table pic.

  4. faith

    01/01/2007 at 12:18 pm

    great reviews! tried viesux chalet because of your review. made one boring evening great and personally , i discovered the fun in checking out new places! tuloy, di na ko satisfied with common (commercial) restos. Have you tried Cafe Juanita? in pasig. like viuex chalet, it has a nostalgic feel there….food is great too…how about chateau verde in UP? garden feel naman dun….sarap din ng food.

  5. Connie

    01/09/2007 at 6:49 pm

    mia, yah, i noticed just now. will fix it. dang, i wonder what happened na naman.

    hi jamie. let me see if i can re-create the forum.

    faith, cafe juanita, not yet. chateau verde, yes, i have a review in this blog. smile