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Monday, 20 May 2019



the barbecue stick looks tasty!


It was so very good, Kat. I suspect the 'sauce' had some banana catsup as well as soy and garlic. The way the meat was cooked was quite perfect.


I like visiting for the lechon kawali and pancit too.


As always the mailman knows. Enjoyed this post! Thanks!


Did you like the bagoong in the pinakbet?


Ariana Produce in the same building has some good food in their back area. Affordable too and delicious.


Sort of a 'standard' order, but always turns out to taste great, Soo.

Thanks, RD. The Mailman Method always works out well.

Yes, the bagoong was just the right mount of 'condiment' for the vegetable variety, cc. It's nice to not have to walk over to grab something to add to a cooked item; they do it right at R& B. Ariana had nobody shopping or eating when I looked in; maybe will go back on a weekend, when it's busier.


Because of that lechon kawali pic, i went today. It's been long time since ive been there and was very happy with the sisig! And if i could post a picture, it would show a US postal service truck right in front of the restaurant :)


This comment made me smile so much, Jack. I'm happy you got some good sisig and happy to have confirmation of the mail truck factor being quite accurate.

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