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    #381
    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    cathey,

    japanese food is overrated. Yung finger food nila eh kanin lamig na pinasakan ng mangga hahahahah. Walang kabuhay-buhay. Anyone can make that ang dami sa marketplace parang lola nenas ensyamada or yung ube cheesedasal.

    And I dont eat sashimi literally & i stop eating figuratively

    Hanapan mo ako ngayon pandemic na random sa facebook kaya gumawa matinong xiaolongbao???? Mga trained lang kaya nyan kasi hirap yung madaming dimples.
    i like japanese food, even if you overrate it.
    masarap!

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    Kung alam mo lang sa Japanese food ay California Maki lang or any Maki na may mangga ay wala ka sure alam sa Japanese food.

    Besides kung kaya mo lang pambili ay fast food, sure ako di ka within places which serve authentic Japanese food.

    I love Japanese food, one of my favorites. When I am eating at a Japanese resto, I check out the customers. The more Japanese eating on such a restaurant, the better it is. Please lang, Tokyo-Tokyo is far away from authentic!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    i do?
    i just said i didn't!
    heh heh.

    can i imagine how kags looks like in formal dinnerware?
    Doc it was a rhetorical question

    Magrereklamo sasabihin pa sosy PIZZA NAMAN, ANONG FAVORITE PIZZA NYO? Reminds me of a class (I went to a convent school) where one of our activities was to dine in this French restaurant run by nuns and we have to be able to pronounce the menu pa! PIZZA NAMAN, ANONG FAVORITE PIZZA NYO? (

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Cathy_ View Post
    Doc it was a rhetorical question

    Magrereklamo sasabihin pa sosy PIZZA NAMAN, ANONG FAVORITE PIZZA NYO? Reminds me of a class (I went to a convent school) where one of our activities was to dine in this French restaurant run by nuns and we have to be able to pronounce the menu pa! PIZZA NAMAN, ANONG FAVORITE PIZZA NYO? (

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    yo se.

    L'eau Vive ?
    we just used our fingers to point our orders on the menu.

    he ain't worth bringing to a palace of gastronomic culture.
    it would be akin to throwing fermented rice balls before beagles.
    heh heh heh.
    Last edited by dr. d; March 27th, 2021 at 11:09 PM.

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    Tried French cuisine but I am not so impressed. I prefer Spanish and Italian cuisine. One thing good with the French is their wine. I am never the wine person bit if I have to choose my wine, it should be Bordeaux.

    BTT: the pizza in Mary Grace is also good. Altrove is my number one.

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    #386
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    yo se.

    L'eau Vive ?
    we just used our fingers to point our orders on the menu.

    he ain't worth bringing to a palace of gastronomic culture.
    it would be akin to throwing fermented rice balls before beagles.
    heh heh heh.
    I really don't remember the name basta back in the 90s you could NOT walk in and you have to make arrangements in advance. It was really the nuns who prepared the food and yes no english in the menu hahaha. Parang yung Japanese resto naman pinupuntahan namin sa pasong tamo wala din English, buti memorize ko what I like saka may photos lol

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    tsikoteers naman, Hindi talaga kayo marunong mangkilatas.

    ito na naman kayo eh. Ano tokyo tokyo??? Ano yan red ice tea at unlikanin????? Natry ko yan college nung may girlfriend ako.

    Lumaki ako sa kamameshi house 1980s sa broadway centrum every sunday. Japanese food is more of an experience. Hindi nila kaya gumawa pagkain masarap na affordbale kailangan ioverprice.

    Kaya natatawa ako sa gyoza ng japanese napakahinang nilalang. Ang japoks kailanga magpawagyu wagyu para mapansin. Kailangan magpaka unique kung ano grade ng karne.

    Eh sa chinese you give them a basic ingredients and they can make it really good.

    Hindi nagsisnungaling sino mga patok na restaurant sa pinas at take note open pa din kahit dekada na hind yung every 5years sarado-laos

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    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    tsikoteers naman,

    ito na naman kayo eh. Ano tokyo tokyo??? Ano yan red ice tea at unlikanin?????

    Lumaki ako sa kamameshi house 1980s sa broadway centrum every sunday. Japanese food is more of an experience. Hindi nila kaya gumawa pagkain masarap na affordbale kailangan ioverprice.

    Kaya natatawa ako sa gyoza ng japanese napakahinang nilalang. Ang japoks kailanga magpawagyu wagyu para mapansin. Kailangan magpaka unique kung ano grade ng karne.

    Eh sa chinese you give them a basic ingredients and they can make it really good.

    Hindi nagsisnungaling sino mga patok na restaurant sa pinas at take note open hind yung every 5years sarado-laos
    Compare mo na lang kusina ng Japanese sa Chinese. Ang Chinese food masarap laman tiyan but with Japanese food it's almost an art to them, preparation pa lang and you need fresh premium ingredients. Nabasa ko nga kaya pala wala japanese chef na babae dati kasi something about the menstruation and temperature of women. Ganyan sila ka OC sa food. Mad respect to the Japanese talaga

    Sa Chinese food kahit luma ingredients you could mask it pa

    Kaya nga mahilig ka sa Chinese food kasi fast food connoisseur ka hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    tsikoteers naman, Hindi talaga kayo marunong mangkilatas.

    ito na naman kayo eh. Ano tokyo tokyo??? Ano yan red ice tea at unlikanin????? Natry ko yan college nung may girlfriend ako.

    Lumaki ako sa kamameshi house 1980s sa broadway centrum every sunday. Japanese food is more of an experience. Hindi nila kaya gumawa pagkain masarap na affordbale kailangan ioverprice.

    Kaya natatawa ako sa gyoza ng japanese napakahinang nilalang. Ang japoks kailanga magpawagyu wagyu para mapansin. Kailangan magpaka unique kung ano grade ng karne.

    Eh sa chinese you give them a basic ingredients and they can make it really good.

    Hindi nagsisnungaling sino mga patok na restaurant sa pinas at take note open pa din kahit dekada na hind yung every 5years sarado-laos
    need we dig more for proof?
    heh heh.

    if he saw a van gogh, he'll probably look closer for the numbers.

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    the point cathey ang japanese is more of an experennce. Its more of a presentation a ritual. Ganda nga description ko = Kanin lamig na pinasakan ng mangga. Ano ba magagawa ko eh yan face ng japok foods sa pinas. Tapos yun takoyaki so another hahahahahah.

    Ilan na kilala ko kagaya ko hindi nasasarapan sa japanese food dito sa pinas pero meron sila excemption = Sukiyabashi Jiro. Waiting list jan and masarap naman daw and its no joke yung per head. But at the end of the day its a learning experience. Pagkain ng mga aral mga gusto magpaechos. Its like giving beer to a child. Not a comfort food.

    Cathey kita mo naman gaano ako kasharp pag sa pagkain. Naalala mo paano ko inokrray yung jollibee champ mo and boom bigla phinaseout dati. TApos ngayn pandemic bigla binalik na kasi maybe inimprove nabasa ata post ko

PIZZA NAMAN, ANONG FAVORITE PIZZA NYO?