The “have a taste” part of that title, I’m saying in the high pitched voice of John Simcoe, the (super annoying *hihi) character from Turn: Washington Spies TV series. =b Cannot wait for season 3, fingers crossed it doesn’t suffer the same fate as Forever. (“Walang Forever” Tsk, a shame with that one. That plot could’ve developed into even more exciting entertainment. *rolling my eyes … at the powers that be at the networks.)
Oh, sorry, I’m moving too far away from the matter at hand. *tee hee In this post, I’m going to Read More…
Chic-Boy’s Chicharon Bulaklak
It’s almost 3:30 p.m. and it’s a good time for a snack. One of the possible choices is chicharon bulaklak/flower cracklings (Ohh, has a nice ring to it, no? Let me say that aloud to myself again, flower cracklings. Whoo-hoo. =b) and where do they have a scrumptious plate of these? One of the places I could recommend is Chic-Boy.
They’ve got branches in Bokawkan Road, Bonifacio Street corner Dagohoy Street and Session Road … so you can see it’s pretty easy for you to come by chicharon when you start craving for it. Chic-Boy’s is sold for P130 a plate. They also serve this with a zingy bowl of vinegar. [It’s their own special mix, I believe and what a mix it is. They sometimes give this out sparingly, (it’s different from the one in the bottles on the table) but you can always ask for a little more.] What I especially like about these meat blossoms is that, they keep the shape of these intact (mostly *hihi).
Okay, appreciation time over, let’s start dipping and munching. (“,)
Search for Good Baguio Food
X Marks the Spot for Good Baguio Foods is a personal blog. Everything posted in this blog is PERSONAL OPINION DERIVED FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE and since TASTE can be pretty SUBJECTIVE, should NOT be taken as THE NORM or the LAW OF DINING around in the City of Pines.
Its (prosaic =b) contents are meant to help with the question “san tayo?”/where do we go? in relation to eating out in Baguio, to ENCOURAGE EXPLORING (eatsploring) and TRYING NEW THINGS offered in the City of Pines.
By all means, eat where you want to eat and eat what you want to eat. May you have a great experience with all the places you visit and may all the restaurants you go to deserve a ton of treasure chests! (“,)
(Also, if you have any second thoughts about a certain place you arrive at, please DON'T LET THIS BLOG BE THE REASON YOU ARE FORCED into ending up anywhere. If the restaurant doesn’t have what you want, please FEEL FREE TO WALK AWAY.)
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