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Tuesday, 13 August 2019



Bummer about the Pinoy places. :(


Sisig is so hit and miss in SD. My local is Orient Valley, and I usually pass on it there, even though everyone is always so friendly. Too bad about Nanay's. That really used to be a great place to pick up food from my last house.


some of these meals sound painful


I know CC....quite disappointing.

Hi Dereck - Was it back when it was Tem's or after it became Nanay's? I notice a difference.

Just quite mediocre Kat!


Nanay's is always super busy during lunch. Low prices and huge portions keeps em coming back.


That's why the guys in the office like the place Junichi. Personally, I think R&B and Manila Fast Food are both much better.


Doh! I usually eat at Manila Fast Food.


I think Manila Fast Food is better than Nanay's Soo....unless you need huge portions.


Kirk, it was Tem's then, but even after changing to Nanay's it was ok for a while.


Hi Dereck - I think that Tem's was a bit better than Nanay's. And it seems that Nanay's is not quite as good as before.

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