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Chives Bistro Cafe – Eat ‘n Share: Give Me Food by Chives, Give Me That Which I Desire

So, Race and I were riding home from Ozark and as we were coming out Camp 8, I saw a huge lit up sign that said “Chives Bistro” standing out in the darkness. As usual, with a number of things on my mind #overthinker, I didn’t get to enter it to the list. With a short message of his most recent discoveries, Sir Dan saved the day. (Big thanks, Sir!)

Baguio Chives Bistro Cafe - Eat 'n Share bacon and mushroom melt pizza

Bacon and mushroom melt pizza =D

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Student Fare: Marosan’s Restaurant, ‘Greenhouse’, Reg’s Binalot and Macsbox

When you need to eat and you need food fast, delicious and easy on the (student) budget, you have four main choices. There’s Marosan’s/RJ/Lenroc, the ‘Greenhouse’, Reg’s Binalot and Macsbox.

Marosan’s Restaurant

Marosan’s a.k.a. Lenroc a.k.a. RJ has been in business for the longest time. When I was in college that’s where my friends and I used to go. (No pictures of course, I wasn’t a foodie yet and also, compact and affordably priced digicams were nonexistent then.) You can go to the Marosan’s establishment a little ways from the SLU main gate or you can go to the one along Bonifacio Street which is closer from the Otto Hahn gate.

Baguio Marosan's Beef Tomato

Beef Tomato *nomnomnom

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Wood Nymph: Satisfaction Guaranteed!

Having moonlighted as an English tutor for Koreans for a couple of years, you could say that I’m pretty well versed in all foods Korean.  The most authentic you can get it would be when you eat at a student’s house.  When you stay at the academy for long hours, the lunch spread and the dinner spread is surely going to be Korean food, too.  Eating out, the most popular place for my students and their families is Wood Nymph.  Twelve years ago, it was just the establishment over at Military Cut Off.  A few years after, Wood Nymph, the Luneta Hill branch opened.

Pajori and Samgyeopsal at Wood Nymph

Pajori and Samgyeopsal

Side Dishes at Wood Nymph

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