Monday, April 19, 2010

Dennis The Grill Boy's Crispy Pork Sisig is the Best

Nice and I have been looking for an affordable restaurant which offers a variety of Pinoy meals that we can eat for lunch. We found Dennis The Grill Boy in MOA, where we had eaten the best sisig ever. It was very yummy and yes, crispy. It only costs P83, served with rice, atsara and a glass of drink of your choice. You just have to add P10 if you want it with egg. I give it an honest 10/10 score.
We also ordered Lechon Kawali for only P83. It was good, too. 8 out of 10 if I am going to rate it. We really enjoyed our meal, even at a budgeted cost, and we promised to come back again to Dennis' for their crispy sisig and to try their other specialties :P

Our Favorite Coffee Shop :P

The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf - SM Mall of Asia
Our Favorite Spot in CBTL-MOA Branch
My new favorite is Ginseng Peppermint Herbal Tea (P95, Small) has a minty taste which gives a soothing effect on the throat and a relaxing feeling for the mind. Nice's Matcha Green Tea Latte (115), according to her, has a bitter aftertaste. She did not like it, actually.
My dessert is Lemon Square (P85) is not too sweet, which I definitely love.
Nice's Blueberry Muffin (P85) was freshly baked with real blueberries in it and she loved it.


Tapa King & Tapa Prince for Only P125 Each

It was such a sunny day when Nice and I participated in the NatGeo Earth Day Run. Since we only had sandwich before the race, we gladly headed to the Tapa King booth afterwards.
Both for P125 each, Tapa King's bestseller, Tapa King Original, and Tapa Prince are just so perfect for breakfast! Tapa Prince is equally satisfying as the original one, only it is kind of sweet.


Sogo Hotel's 1-Piece Chicken Barbeque

For only P75, you can enjoy Sogo Hotel's 1-piece chicken barbeque.
It comes with atsara (grated papaya in salt-sugar-vinegar solution) and rice.
Although there is nothing special with this meal, it is the cheapest yet stomach-filling of all rice meals in SH.