Of all the variants and types of restaurants all around, one aspect in their service that could stand out against others is how fast can they prepare the food you ordered. Well, yes there are some cafeterias that serve ready-to-eat dishes, but sometimes some of us would still prefer hot dishes that are prepared while you wait.
In this edition, we will be featuring dishes from a tradition-themed restaurant, a Jap restaurant and fried-rice themed food shop.
Like any of our previous editions, we score each dish in the following manner:
Each of these scores are based on the following judgment criteria:
Now, let’s move on with the dishes:
Location: Another Story
This is good for sharing of a dish, not sure anyone can consume this serving alone. The rice is spiced enough that should keep the taste. The complementing feeling of the meat perfectly blends and they are all what you need, really. Can’t say anything more about this so you just have to try it for yourself.
Location: Teriyaki Boy
Food: Tonkotsu Ramen
Drink: Coffee Jelly Milk Tea
We firmly believe Jap food has become one of the comfort foods here. Judging on the dish alone, it is a good enough Ramen. The Tonkotsu meat is tasty enough that will complement each sip of the soup and chew of the noodles. You may try this once in a while especially when you have a Jap food craving.
Location: Sinangag Express
Food: Ilocos Bagnet Fried Rice
Gone are the days of the “Silog” era… not! These food shops are here to stay because no Filipino won’t like anything that is fried coupled with fried rice. Sinangag Express has been one of the long – standing pioneers of this genre and is here to stay to keep on serving fried rice dishes. You can get by with the bagnet, it seems that everyone can do this in actual but the key takeaway is the fried rice. It is not too salty and definitely not greasy and it warrants another cup or two. Can’t find any more words to describe and it would be better to try it our for yourself.
Apart from being a good taxpayer, this food stop also gives out great dishes too as what we have experienced dining in on this restaurant.
We can only wonder how much a dish could be when we see it on some news or blog entries such as ours. It is always therefore better to try them out for yourself.
Happy Food Adventures!