Saturday, March 6, 2010

Asian food I recently tried

Japanese halo-halo

At Kozui with some college friends for after-dinner coffee/tea/dessert. I tried their mango anmitsu- Japanese halo-halo with bola-bola made of malagkit (glutinous rice). Photo below (but there's a better-looking photo here). Didn't really like it. Hehe. Next time I'll just order the ice cream/yogurt minus all the sidings.

Kozui's Mango Anmitsu

Meaty Kikiam

One lazy Saturday, Ronjie suggested we try this Taiwanese street food place he saw along Granada St. (a.k.a. Gilmore Ave.) And so we had early dinner there. I had their meaty kikiam rice meal (kikiam with rice and some vegetable siding). Sarap! And it's meaty nga. Gusto ko nga mag-take out ng kikiam eh. Yen Yen Taiwan Street Food is located along Granada St., East-bound side, just past the bridge, if you're coming from N. Domingo.

it's a small, maybe 20-seater place, shared with a car parts & accessories retailer

my nabawasan-na meaty kikiam rice toppings meal

cross-section of the meaty kikiam
(this photo taken with Ronjie's so-much-better phone camera)

Kikiam (again) and Chicken Mami

Discovered a cool sort-of hole-in-the-wall mamihan in Trinoma, thanks to Roy. Ma Chicken Mami House, across Cinemas 3 & 4. :)

heartwarming chicken mami (I love noodle soups!)

kikiam rice toppings

huge pork siomai (2 inches in diameter!)

I noticed that all the food photos posted are bawas na. Haha! Happy eating, everyone! :)

1 comment: