Big Daddy’s Chicken Chop with Rice and Soup @ Php 90
Big Daddy’s Chicken is a popular chicken chop brand in Taiwan and they’ve just opened their branches here in Manila. They’re located at the Greenhills Theater Mall and a the Ground Floor of the Entertainment Mall of SM Mall Asia.
Owners of Big Daddy’s Chicken invited us to their blogger’s night at the SM Mall of Asia a few weeks ago but since we couldn’t go there on the event date itself, we’ve decided to go to their Greenhills stall on our own before the event happened. Their Greenhills stall is inside the Theater Mall, along with other food stalls. Continue reading “Big Daddy’s Chicken”
Bacon Cheddar Single, 395 pesos per order (with unlimited french fries)
Johnny Rockets is an international food chain specializing in hamburgers, sandwiches and floats. The first branch of Johnny Rockets in Manila opened in Eastwood. Finally, they opened a branch in Tomas Morato which is a lot nearer. 😀 Continue reading “Back to the 50’s at Johnny Rockets”
Hainanese Chicken Rice from Whampoa Nanxiang Chicken Rice (Stall 52) @ SGD 5 – 8 (approximately PHP 150 – 200)
Lau Pa Sat Festival Market is the oldest food court Singapore built in 1894 and I believe this has the biggest number of food stalls you can choose from. The variety is very diverse, it’s quite hard to choose what to eat! Of course there are Singaporean, Malaysian and Indian stalls there but there are also Filipino (Oh yes, there’s Tapa King there), Chinese and Italian.
Food courts or Hawker Centers are very popular in Singapore but Lau Pa Sat is the must-visit food court when you go to Singapore. Expect to spend only SGD 2.00 – 10.00 per meal and per person when you dine in Lau Pa Sat. Drinks cost less than SGD 3.00. Continue reading “Singapore Foodtripping 2: Lau Pa Sat Festival Market”
Fishball Soup @ SGD 2.50 (approximately PHP 80+)
Ahh, our first day in Singapore was exciting. We arrived at the hotel at around 10:30 am and had to wait before check in so we decided to have breakfast first at the nearby food court (or hawker center) in Lavender. This is just opposite our hotel in Singapore (Hotel 81 Elegance). Continue reading “Singapore Foodtripping 1: First Meal At the Lavender Food Court”