Lutong Macau @ Megamall Building B

>> Monday, May 31, 2010

We usually have lunch at Lutong Macau along megastrip on SM Megamall B. Their lunch servings are very affordable and delicious. A Php99.00 pesos meal with iced tea, soup and Buchi, I say that is very good deal. I'd like to try their full course meals sometime, when I manage to get hubby to accompany me.

Spareribs Rice with Sausage

Fish Fillet with Bean Curd

Chopsuey Lomi Soup


Print their Menu and Directions here... Lutong Macau Website.


Sinigang na Hipon

Last week, I was craving for Sinigang na Hipon. Hon cooked it for me! I am sooo loved!... Yum!

Click here for the Recipe.


Sinugbang Isda (Grilled Fish)

>> Sunday, May 30, 2010

My first attempt on cooking Sinugbang Isda (Grilled Fish).

 When grilling a fish, be aware of not getting the fire too hot else you'll get the fishes burnt. The perfect sawsawan for them is a mixture of soy sauce and calamansi. Pair with a bed of white rice. Yum!


Jugno's Monster Pizza

>> Friday, May 28, 2010

Affordable pizza for the whole team. When I use to work in the call center, we usually have a lot of teambuilding time. Usually, it is either over coffee in one of  the coffee chains in the metro or food tripping. But the usual bonding times we do are over monstrous pizza.

One of the most affordable pizza in town for the whole team is Jugno's Monster Pizza. We usually buy the 4 flavored and have them cut into squares. Free Delivery within Metro Manila.

Pizza also comes with free Hot Sauce and Cream Sauce.

Here is their website with their Classic and Signature Flavors.


Sansai Japanese Grill - St. Louis, Missouri

>> Wednesday, May 26, 2010

During my brief stay in the US last April, I learned how to pick up the hotel phone and dial for delivery for my dinner. You see, I do not how to drive and restaurants are far from the hotel we stayed. The hotel food brochure became my bestfriend in terms of finding the best food in town. I always craved for grilled salmon and luckily there was Sansai. Their menu consists of Japanese food. Noodles, tempura and Maki but I really fell in love with their Grilled Salmon with Oriental Salad. It was charbroiled and served over a bed of white rice, granished with sesame seeds, onions and a special teriyaki sauce. I also ordered their Miso Soup and it was delicious!
Grilled Salmon Bowl with Oriental Salad $16.00

Drool over their menu and visit:
St. Louis
822 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63102
phone . 314.241.6868
hours . M-Fri 10:30 am–8pm,
Sat 11am-5pm,
Closed Sunday


Worst Frozen Fruit Drink

You think just because it has Fruit on it's name it healthy eh? ...... Think Again....

 Krispy Kreme Lemon Sherbet Chiller (20 fl oz)

980 calories
40 g fat (36 g saturated)
115 g sugars (29 teaspoons of the stuff!)

Sugar Equivalent: 16 medium-size chocolate eclairs

Imagine taking a regular can of soda, pouring in 18 extra teaspoons of sugar, and then swirling in half a cup of heavy cream. Nutritionally speaking, that’s exactly what this is, which is how it manages to marry nearly two days’ worth of saturated fat with enough sugar to leave you with a serious sucrose hangover. Do your heart a favor and avoid any of Krispy Kreme’s “Kremey” beverages. The basic Chillers aren’t the safest of sippables either, but they’ll save you up to 880 calories.

Drink This Instead!
Very Berry Chiller (20 fl oz)
290 calories
0 g fat
71 g sugars

Source: America's Best and Worst Health Drinks


Tokyo Cafe - Mall of Asia

>> Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Tokyo Cafe in MOA offers a relatively competitive food prices, a wide range of delicious sandwiches, burgers, pizza and pasta!

I personally can get intimidated by posh places and fancy decorations that pretty much boasts a high end restaurant. And perhaps that's the reason why I haven't tried this restaurant for the longest time. But contrary to what I see from outside, Tokyo Cafe is for everybody (you might think they only offer Japanese cuisine but you're wrong) - simple white and black furniture, friendly & totally accommodating servers and a range of specialty food to choose from at a very affordable price! Reminder though, groups (10 or more) may have a hard time trooping here because the place is a little small.

I don't have pics but they have interesting Japanese frames inside educating patrons on how to say words in Japanese, these 2 I learned recently:
Itadakimasu - "i humbly receive"
Gochisosama - "it was a wonderful feast"

corn soup - enough for two
creamy corn soup with fried tortilla strips

Teriyaki Chicken Salad with Caesar dressing
Hearty salad of lettuce, tomatoes and corn tossed with a tangy dressing, topped with chicken teriyaki strips and fried tortilla

Garlic Cream Hamburgjuicy beef burger patty topped with garlic sauce and vegetable on the sides

All Meat Pizza
their pizza can compete with any pizza parlor we have in town

Aside from all these, I go crazy over their pasta - and that's truly a must try!

If you still have room for dessert, try their choices of crepe, cheesecakes or parfaits for a delightful end to your dining experience. A simple coffee is also a surprise. Thank goodness I'm not a coffee maniac, but the addicts out there should try their 'smoogees', coffee blends and iced/hot coffee mixes.

If you head to MOA, don't forget to check out Tokyo Cafe. I'm pretty sure it won't disappoint you with your food cravings.

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