So, here’s a semi-special blog. Mcdonald’s has a couple of new menu items called “Konnichi-wow - Flavors of Japan”. After seeing these menu items, my Betrothed wanted to try it out immediately. After trying it out, I decided to write about it despite having a few items in the backlog.
Beloved and I had brunch at Snack Shack. I’ve been to this place many times before, and have been wanting to visit it with Beloved because she holds the camera. Now, I’ll try not to spoil much before we get to the pics, but I’m quite excited writing about this one.
Me, Beloved, and a friend had dinner at Food Camp. No, this is not a military-style food encampment. However, I find the name appropriate for the place which serves mostly sandwiches and hamburgers—food I would expect scouts would carry around. Our friend has been here a few times, and claims this is among the best burger he had the chance to try. Sold by that statement, and since Vikings was an impossible venture at a weekend without a reservation, we went.
Beloved and I had dinner at Stackers last night. This burger cafe is found at the edge of Eastwood City Walk, right across the newer Eastwood Mall. Coincidentally, this burger cafe is also found right across Johnny Rockets. However, I always find Stackers to be almost always full compared to its competition. Last night, we get to find out why.
Beloved and I had dinner last night at Sango. This newly-opened burger joint is located at our midway-from-our-homes turf, Tomas Morato. Specifically, it is found at the same building where Size Matters is. Like that place, this burger joint also has a twist to it, apparently a Japanese one. How that Japanese twist applies to burgers was for us to find out.
A few days ago, Beloved and I had dinner at Size Matters. Since this was basically a newly-opened burger joint at our turf, there was little reason not to try it out. However, we really didn’t know what to expect aside from burgers. After climbing a couple of flights of stairs, we find out that they actually specialize in sausages.
A couple of days ago, Beloved and I had lunch at The Real Thing Diner. This resto is perhaps one of the newer ones in Il Terrazzo, which you’ve probably read us visit a couple of times for Omakase. Beloved read about this place having mixed reviews, but one thing’s clear: they serve some pretty unique stuff, to foreshadow everything. A hint, perhaps, is this resto is inspired by Coca-Cola.
Another burger place? Why, yes. A couple of days ago, me and some friends ate at Zark’s Burgers. This is a newly-discovered place by my friends who studies at DLS-CSB where the burger joint can be found. I’m not quite sure if it’s a new or old place, as I don’t have anyone to ask while I’m writing this review early in the morning. Anyway, since this is located at Taft, it’s a pretty far journey from home. However, what made me decide to tag along was their insurmountable challenges that the place offers, to foreshadow everything.
First off, Happy New Year to my readers. Thank you very much for visiting, and I appreciate all current and more future visits. I know me and Beloved aren’t really professionals or anything, using only our cellphone cameras to take photos and my lengthy or Beloved’s chirpy writing, and we just do this for fun (and maybe some loose change). Still, we appreciate it that you find time to read our reviews, and we promise to take time to do more, and then some.
Yesterday, Beloved and I had lunch at Army Navy. We always pass this by at SM North EDSA’s Sky Garden, and I always get teased by the sight of the three-patty three-quarter pound burger they humorously call the “Bully Boy Burger”. Sadly, every time we pass by, we’re either too full or are just really passing by. I did get mixed reviews here, but they all agree that the B.B.B. is big as advertised. Finally, we got the chance the other day for some reason.