Another good Chinese food house i highly recommend.
They have good tasting foods, but i only tasted just one, which was the Mushroom Fish Rice. Though the price is a bit higher than the usual Jollibee and McDo. The Mushroom Fish Rice was 138 pesos.
Mien San Noodles House is located in 36 Villa Ortigas, Granada St. Quezon City, Metro Manila. If you are heading to the Greenhills Shopping Center from EDSA it is on the right. Their telephone number is 721-5794
I personally experienced it. Twice at that!
First, it was in their Manila Bay area branch. We had to wait for almost an hour for a food to be served. That was last year (2006).
Again, this October. I was with my football buddies, since we were in Rockwell, we had to look for a not so expensive restaurant to dine in. We’ve had enough of McDos and Jollibees. Dencio’s was the choice.
The almost an hour wait for the food, again! Not only that, the chicken we ordered still had blood in it. We requested it to be grilled again, but it only got worse, and still with blood in it.
This photo was taken on October 13, 2007
A bomb rocked Glorietta 2 in Makati City on October 19, 2007. Three people died on the spot. About 67 people were treated at the hospital.
It was earlier reported that it was an LPG explosion, but cops say it was a bomb.
Here’s an article i wrote previously: Terror Watch, to guide you when you’re in Metro Manila.
There are still a lot of places you can find in Metro Manila that offers cheap priced food stuff. But definitely not cheap in taste.
The yummy spaghetti below is priced at 15.00 pesos in a carenderia in Pasig City.
These are the list of cities that comprised Metro Manila. On the right of the city name is the date when it became an official city, and also its current mayors as of year 2007.
Manila (the principal city) – June 10, 1574 – Alfredo Lim
Caloocan City – February 16 1962 -Ecom R. Echiverri
Las PiÃ±as City – March 26, 1997 – Vergel A. Aguilar
Makati City – January 2, 1995 – Jejomar C. Binay
Malabon City – May 2001 – Canuto Senen Oreta
Mandaluyong City – February 9, 1994 - Benjamin Abalos Jr.
Marikina City – December 8, 1996 – Marides Fernando
Muntinlupa City – March 1, 1995 – Aldrin San Pedro
Navotas City – June 24, 2007 – Tobias Reynald Tiangco
ParaÃ±aque City – February 15, 1998 – Florencio Bernabe, Jr
Pasay City – June 21, 1947 – Wenceslao Trinidad
Pasig City – January 21, 1995 – Robert Eusebio
Quezon City – October 12, 1939 – Feliciano Belmonte, Jr
San Juan City – June 16, 2007 – Joseph Victor Ejercito
Taguig City – December 8, 2004 - Sigfrido Tinga
Valenzuela City – December 30, 1998 – Sherwin T. Gatchalian
Will make a profile of each city in Manilablog‘s future articles.
While riding home in a jeepney one Sunday evening, I saw this another funny sign written in Tagalog. This time it’s not grammatically incorrect, at least.
The sign means “You Pull, I Stop” and “You Pay First Before Texting and Sleeping”