Last weekend was scorching hot! It seems summer in the Philippines is getting hotter than ever. Kamusta naman ang aming Meralco bill neto dahil sa aircon at electric fan? Even our pet, Jasper the friendly dog, felt the intense heat inside and outside our house. Except for the trip to the wet market and the church and to this newly-opened restaurant that a friend recommended to me, we intentionally didn’t go out for fear of getting torched. We just busied ourselves with household chores and food and Netflix because heller…Netflix is life, hahaha.
Last weekend started early and felt longer than usual. The hubby and I had dinner with our Cebu-based friends on Friday night in Alabang and we went home in Bacoor right after.
I had two new foodie discoveries in Alabang: Kulinarya Experience or KXP (where our group had dinner) and Café Seol Hwa (where we had coffee and desserts). Both are located at Commerce Center. They don’t just serve good food, but they also have fast service.
Dinner tonight was sponsored by the hubby. We dined at the newly-opened Chic-Boy restaurant housed inside the 678 Commercial Center, a business complex located just a few blocks from where we live. We feasted on Cebu lechon manok and liempo. Food was good. And cheap, too.
Since they’ve just opened recently, we expected that the service would be quite awful. We weren’t disappointed. Our orders arrived late, but we liked the fact the crew were apologetic and friendly. They would gladly receive requests for water and rice (they serve unlimited rice there!) and try to deliver them as soon as they could.
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