Remember in our previous FoodieViews entry we mentioned that Grub Hub is offering new hole in the wall food concepts? Well, we got the chance to try another food stall called Lucas Modern Filipino. I guess the name says it all. Lucas Modern Filipino offers classic Pinoy favorites such as renowned chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain’s favorite – Sisig! In fact, you get to enjoy their Pork Sisig with rice for only Php 140. Besides this, Lucas Modern Filipino also offers Bagnet, Grilled Liempo, Pork Tenderloin Chops, Chicharon Bulaklak, Grilled Pork Tenderloin and Grilled Tuna. Are you dining with your family or friends? No worries because you can order the aforementioned dishes as ala carte. Not only that, but they also offer Gambas, Kinilaw Na Tuna and Kinilaw Na Hipon. Perfect for groups, right? Advertisements
Have you visited Grub Hub lately? The hippest and trippiest food park located along Visayas Avenue is offering new food concepts one of which is Mang Bowlero. Mang Bowlero offers a variety of Filipino rice meals. Simple, right? The plus point though is you can mix and match the rice and toppings for only P99. But if you prefer a different type of rice or avail an add-on, you will need to pay a little extra. So are you ready to mix and match?
Are you a regular at Ineng’s Special BBQ in Wilcon City Center? If you are, then you would be happy to know that after months of renovation Ineng’s has finally opened it’s doors. Gone is the quaint restaurant we all know as the place is sporting a modern look with glass windows and light fixtures. This set up made the restaurant look bigger and brighter perfect for everyone. Though the look and feel is different, Ineng’s still offers their Special Pork BBQ and their Greatest Hits meal which is served with their special java rice, atchara and drink. Other Filipino dishes or “Ineng’s Lutong Bahay” which includes Bicol Express, Chopseuy, Bangus, Pancit, and Sizzling Tuna Sisig as well as classic merienda and “Sweets Ni Ineng” remain on the menu.
My smartphone is my best friend. Whenever I’m out with family/friends or attending foodie meet ups, I only use my smartphone to take pictures. Why wouldn’t I? They are way lighter than digital cameras especially those bulky DSLRs. Most importantly, smartphones ARE capable of taking amazing photos. Don’t believe me? Check my Instagram account. All the food photos you see there were taken using a smartphone.
On February 16th, my family and I passed by Ayala Malls Vertis North to check their Chinese New Year activities. There was a bazaar, Chinese Calligraphy and tarot card readings. They also offered mall-goers a chance to mingle with pets from Philippine Animal Welfare Society. Besides these, there was a mall wide Dragon & Lion Dance which truthfully is the main reason I wanted to stop by. I just love watching this traditional dance. Good thing we were there early because we were able to catch the start of the Dragon & Lion Dance. Prior to this, I searched online for a Chinese restaurant located in Vertis North. So after capturing their performance, we headed towards the restaurant I found.