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Archive for November 3rd, 2008

Birthday Celebration of Ola at Mann Hann, SM City North. This is the first time that Ola celebrated her birthday with us. With her are: Mon, Isay, Dodo, Lanie and myself. We were fortunate that night because we were spared from the hassle of queuing. A concrete sign that this restaurant is popular indeed. It was only after our dinner that I truly found out the main reason why people flocked to this place – its Mann Hann’s fast, tasty, cheap and home-cooked meal.

After ten years of successfully operating the Mann Hann chain of restaurants, the Chua family, together with their new partners, have embarked on a new venture; opening the new Mecca of home cooked Filipino food, appropriately named, Mannang.

Thanks a lot Mon for treating Ola and all of us on the occasion of her birthday! Happy Birthday, Ola! May God’s choicest blessings be upon you and your family now and always.

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Ma Mon Luk has been considered one of the first generation popular restaurants in Metro Manila renowned for its original mami and siopao. Unlike many other good things that have come and gone — Ma Mon Luk is still here, if you look hard enough, if you have the guts to go beyond the comfort and security of Malls. I know some of us have tasted different kinds of Mami from various restaurants but if you are interested and curious enough with what is original try either one or two of its remaining branches: Quezon Boulevard and Quezon Avenue. Recently I came to Ma Mon Luk Quezon Blvd. Branch around 2:00 o’ clock in the afternoon after two hours of strolling and immersing myself in Chinatown.  I was so surprised to discover that  there were still a lot of people enjoying the “original” taste of  Ma Mon Luk’s Mami and its equally popular siopao which refuse to be buried only in the memories of the Filipinos.  Mabuhay ka Ma Mon Luk!

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Capricciosa   P260

Sardinella Marinara  P300

Frutti Di Mare   P270

Genovese Con Gamberetti   P310

Lasagne Al Forno   P180

Spaghetti Aglio Olio E Pepperoncino   P 180

Lasagne Al Forno   P 180

Cannelloni Agli Spinaci   P 180

Roast Chicken   P 170

Birthday Celebration of Fr. Aris with his parish office employees and convent staffs on the day he arrived from Baguio. Providentially, on that day it was really the birthday of Ola. So what Ola did she brought Mon (husband) and Isay (only daughter) with her. Among the group only Dodo and Fr. Aris are truly familiar with Italian cuisine. So what happened when they were asked what to order? All of them made a guess. What was the result? All of them made the right guess.Everything they ordered suited even to their Filipino taste. This is just to show you how delicious and suited the Amici foods even for Filipinos who have no experience with Italian cuisine. I have been to various Italian restaurants for several times and I have found them relatively expensive for common people. But here the price is affordable. To date, this is so far the cheapest Italian restaurant in Metro Manila. Another observation: I also find their workers and servers efficient in their service, always smiling, young and lively, courteous, accommodating and friendly. Best place for all and big occasions

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