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Where to eat....

Discussion in 'Dining - Nightlife - Entertainment' started by Kojak, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. Cutie ladybug

    Cutie ladybug DI Forum Adept

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    The relatively new Sisig Burrito at Mooon Cafe is (according to my inside source) made from pig face and pig liver..


    Get it while it hot!
     
  2. Gass

    Gass DI Forum Adept

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    sisig is made of head and liver, what "insider knowledge" is there needed...
     
  3. PatO

    PatO DI Forum Luminary Highly Rated Poster Showcase Reviewer Veteran Marines

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    I get gas just thinking about eating that combo...
     
  4. expatron

    expatron DI Forum Patron

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    Sisig is a pig's ears, snout and liver, it's no secret.
    Ron
     
  5. john reynolds

    john reynolds DI Forum Adept

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    . Hmmmm, maybe it's a Sizzling Sisig Burrito...that'd be a fun one to bite into, with an egg on top of course too.....
     
  6. expatron

    expatron DI Forum Patron

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    I think I'm the only foreigner that eat's Balot, so I eat almost anything and still skinny. Haa Haa
     
  7. tomtorific

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    I can also eat balut without much gag reflex.....than I tried 2 day old chicks......that's were I drew the line in the gut......:rolleyes:
     
  8. SteveB

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    For Filipino food, I like Sta. Teresa. They have two locations, one across from Uy Matiao on Dr. Locsin Street and the other on Hibbard Ave., near E.J. Blanco. It is a very clean cafeteria style restaurant; the food is generally hot (or they can heat it in the microwave for you), good variety, good quality ingredients, and good prices. The Hibbard Ave location is not air conditionned but lots of fans and they serve Lechon an Fridays.
     
  9. tomtorific

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    My asawa and I have also eaten there,while staying at CheckInn....We had favorable comments also....:smile:
     
  10. jim787

    jim787 DI Senior Member

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    Best restaurant in town, for food and service, including good English of the servers, is Fu Garden next to Hypermall.
     
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