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Sarap Pinoy sa Serye

After watching over my kid who was non-stop running around at the playground and riding a pedaled race cart with my kid sitting on a sidecar for 30 minutes at the Q.C. Circle on a Sunday noon....I thought I would get a heat stroke because the weather was too hot! I definitely needed a break so we decided to have lunch at Serye because I bought a voucher there for food and drinks worth P500. Another great buy because I only paid half the price. 

The place was quite packed since it was lunchtime but they still accommodated us and even accepted my voucher even if I did not make any reservation. We stayed in a cozy corner with a TV on top but it only showed advertisements so the kids did not really pay attention to it. 

Serye was owned by the famous Reyes family who is known for their barbeque so it is a must-have to order a BBQ dish. We ordered a 3-piece chicken barbeque dish which includes java rice, atsara and peanut sauce. It was worth around P280 but it can be shared by 2 to 3 people. …

Alfredo's Steak House Does Not Sizzle Anymore

It was a rainy day...I barely spent 15 minutes at home after a long day at work...with a bad headache...I felt like I just wanted to sleep...but family is more important to me...so we went to Alfredo's Steak House in Tomas Morato to meet-up with my sister and her family because it was her birthday. I was glad it was just near our place and traffic was not that bad for a Friday night. The last time I was at Alfredo's Steak House was when I was still small...maybe more than 20 years ago...oops! now I gave out a clue on my age. As far as I can remember, Alfredo's steaks are really delicious, tasty and satisfyin. But that was years ago so it is like remembering how Duncan Hines Chocolate Chip Cookies taste like...Yummy! this was my favorite cookie when I was in grade school...I can still remember the softness and chewiness...Do they still sell this?
I was excited to see if the Alfredo's I knew before was still the same. The place looked the same with the Western-style theme…