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Pick A Pot of Goodness at Pick-A-Pot Asian Fusion Restaurant

Good news for Baguio and its visitors: Kadis Grill has opened a sister restaurant (more fast casual dining than super casual a la carinderia dining … not that there’s anything wrong with the simple staples =b) at Megatower Residences!

Baguio Pick-A-Pot Asian Fusion restaurant

Presenting, Pick-A-Pot Asian Fusion!

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Put Baguio’s Signature Fruit and Zenz Restaurant Together; What Do You Get?

Baguio/La Trinidad is a cornucopia of fresh produce.  If you think in terms of Baguio/La Trinidad fruits; the red, seed-studded succulent things known as strawberries come to mind.  More than strawberry jam, more than strawberry taho and more than what you and your loved ones can happily fill your baskets with at the Strawberry Farm, you’ve got one more way of consuming Baguio’s signature fruit.  Ready to read about it? =)

Veteran Pine before and after carving

The Veteran Pine gets a makeover! =D

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It Takes a Ketchup Food Community to Make a Happy Tummy

Or is it the other way around? ^^,

No matter.  But just so you know, before any of the other eating places at the Ketchup Food Community came to be, there was Happy Tummy.  A Thai restaurant opening for business at the most opportune time (when people became more receptive to Thai cuisine), they serve pad Thai, chicken pandan, fried tilapia in tamarind sauce, som tam salad, Thai iced tea and more.  What with the mega flavors that their offering of Thai dishes have, you can order up something as simple as eggplant salad and eat it viand-like with bagoong rice or maybe the more downplayed salty flavor rice – Thai rice.  A good and filling meal for a happy tummy.  (“,)  That’s what Race and I did the first time we visited this restaurant.  Hanging out in one of their dining tables in a hut, we had happy tummies in no time.

Happy Tummy scene, eggplant salad, bagoong rice, pad Thai and drinks

View from our Happy Tummy hut, eggplant salad, bagoong rice, pad Thai and drinks (Thai iced tea and tamarind juice. ^^,)

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