I finally did my own street food challenge! I ate the fried chicken skin for the first time. The street vendor is located just beside St. Michael’s College. Luck is on my side, this chicken&hellip
Food and Drinks
Finally, visited Tedts Diner’s new outlet at Quezon Avenue, just a few meters from their former main restaurant, literally a stone’s throw away. I’ve been wanting to get inside for weeks since it opened last&hellip
There’s a new eatery that serve that not only serve halang-halang, but also bulalo, silog meals and lechon manok. Their halang-halang tastes good. This could give the halang-halang at wet market a run for their&hellip
I bought this camote in front of MSU-IIT, specifically at the crossing going to St. Mary. Then headed off to McDonald’s for my drink, a pineapple juice.
It was my first to dine at Delecta’s latest outlet in Iligan located at The Strip in Pala-o. The space that Delecta occupies now used to be Silvestro’s. The interiors looks intimidating for people who’s&hellip
Before going to the three falls (Mimbalut, Tinago and Maria Cristina falls) with out of town friends, we make sure to be full, so we decided to eat at Jollibee Tubod. Seriously, Jollibee breakfast meals&hellip
It’s Hurry Pater! Harry Potter would curiously love to eat here. This small restaurant serves mainly “pater”, a Maranao (or Middle Eastern?) cuisine. It looks like shredded meat on top of a cup of rice&hellip
I love Sy Bee Tin’s garlic bread gyud. Only 13 pesos each, and makes it more yummier! Available at Jacko’s kan-anan, in Tambo and MSU-IIT canteen. Post by Iligan Photos.
Somehow, the taste of Mr. Beefy has changed. This used to so popular during the 1990s. I guess commercialism has crept into it. I also noticed that a Mr. Beefy outlet near IIT only gets&hellip
Jinggay’s Grill has closed shop. The promising restaurant is no longer in business. It’s already about a month or more since they closed for a number of reasons. Probably, too much overhead expenses and less&hellip