Inasal Chicken Bacolod
I asked Boyps to accompany me at SM San Lazaro to buy Christmas gifts for my pamangkins. It was another Saturdate and late lunch with him and he said that he wanted to try Inasal Chicken Bacolod. This is the green one.
I’m a bit confused with the Bacolod Chicken Inasal – the yellow one. Boyps said that our friend Je told him that the green one is much better than the yellow one. I actually wanted something deadly but he preferred a slightly healthier one. Since I haven’t tried this one, I gave in. Here’s what we had for lunch:
La Paz Batchoy (Php 103) – a noodle soup with beef strips, spring onions, egg and chicharon. It was good but nothing special. It’s not oily and flavorful. 

Sizzling Boneless Bangus (Php 142) – I ordered this one. The saltiness is perfect. It’s crunchy and tasty. This is a rice-all-you can meal. I had requested for a half-cup rice refill but the serving looks like it is 1.
Boneless Thigh (Php 140) – a typical chicken inasal. But not like the Mang Inasal’s chicken. This one is better and I like this more. More flavor and much juicy. Just like the bangus, this is also a rice-all-you can meal. Boyps asked for a cup refill of rice but the serving is just big. I assume he had a total of 3 cups of rice. Bwaha.(healthy huh? :p)
I haven't tried the green one yet but I could say that I enjoyed my dining experience here at Inasal Chicken Bacolod.

Inasal Chicken Bacolod
SM San Lazaro
Tayuman, Manila

Teriyaki Boy

**Another back log – Saturdate with Boyps last September 3.


I was craving for Teriyaki Boy’s (T Boy) rice rolls during this time. Well for me, it's T boy who serves the best rice rolls among all the fast food I know. (I’m open for suggestions if you know other stores that sell good rice rolls). I can’t remember why we are in MOA that day. We had a late lunch because the place was jam-packed. After an hour of strolling, we went back and glad that there are vacant tables to occupy.

Here’s what we had for lunch:
Philly Cheesesteak (Php 180) – I was kinda disappointed because it’s not cheesy and has a very few beef filling. I told Boyps that I wasn’t able to chew any beef strip / cube but he said there’s a little. It’s just so sad because it is the reason why I wanted to eat here. I may not like the roll but I very much love the sauce.
Teriyaki Boy’s Fish and Chips (Php 215) – This one is good. It's a breaded dory fish with fried wanton on the side. The only down side of this – nakakaumay pag sobra. K

Sapporo (Php 145) – ramen noodles with chashu slices, corn, butter, sesame moyashi, leeks, garlic and bean sprouts (I copied this from the menu). :p I just had a sip. I didn’t like this because it feels like I’m sipping a melted butter. K Boyps said that he was expecting to see a sliced butter on top of the soup and watched it melt as he sips. Haha. He said he didn’t like it that much but he was able to consume almost everything - I mean all the solid food in the soup. :p

Curry Ika Fry (Php 235) – another good dish that afternoon. The squid is well – cooked, the breading is crunchy, the flavor of curry sauce is just right.

As usual, service is quite slow. I rarely see staffs roaming around to attend to customers’ needs. No one did even assist us to our seats. But this is not new. Hehe. I just hope that they would improve on their service because I will still be coming back just because of their rolls.

Teriyaki Boy
Mall of Asia
Pasay City