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Tuesday, 23 April 2024

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kat

sounds like a nice reconnection:)

Soo

Bummer the lechon was not that good.

Kirk

It was fun checking out Kujo Ets Kat!

Yes, it looked quite good, but the taste missed the mark Soo!

Loren

This is the first place I learnt about Turo Turo (and was told in great detail why I should never call the place a "pick pick") and a real introduction to Filipino food from an ex girlfriend. Always has a fond place in my heart and every time I pop in as a white guy it causes some eyebrows and chuckles.

Still I've always loved that place but yeah Sisig has never been good there IMHO. I usually stick with the adobo but I'll have to try the lechon too.

Kirk

When it was Conching they had one of my favorite versions of Sisig Loren. Oh the "good ole days".

Som Tommy

That is a lot of food for the bucks

Kirk

Yes, the portion sizes are generous ST!

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