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Old 20th July 2013, 01:07 AM
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I remember the hotdogs on my way home from Tijuana wrapped bacon fully loaded, real good I have made those hear.

I don't go to just any gas station for gas because I have recived bad gas or not enough by the private ones so I stop at Shell gas, some of the private ones I think I lose 1/4 of what a I paid for, unsure if it's taken or calculated wrong but I have learned my lesson, but Shell has no hot dogs.

7-Eleven has the best hot dogs and buns along with the condiments that go along with the it, I tried their smoked bacon hot dog, (large-sized) and it was good. I don't think they sell gas here but there's so many 7-Elevens that you can get in and out quickly with drink for 49 peso's.

Jollibee can make good chicken but the burgers are meat loaf like the McDonald's Pnoy burger and the buns they use are dry and lacking.

Our next stop is Shakey's, been wanting to go there for a long time I just need to do some research on Google Earth and find the one in Calamba Laguna, miss their Chicken and Mojo's and now get taunted nightly on TV with the advertisement.
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I remember the hotdogs on my way home from Tijuana wrapped bacon fully loaded, real good I have made those hear.

I don't go to just any gas station for gas because I have recived bad gas or not enough by the private ones so I stop at Shell gas, some of the private ones I think I lose 1/4 of what a I paid for, unsure if it's taken or calculated wrong but I have learned my lesson, but Shell has no hot dogs.

7-Eleven has the best hot dogs and buns along with the condiments that go along with the it, I tried their smoked bacon hot dog, (large-sized) and it was good. I don't think they sell gas here but there's so many 7-Elevens that you can get in and out quickly with drink for 49 peso's.

Jollibee can make good chicken but the burgers are meat loaf like the McDonald's Pnoy burger and the buns they use are dry and lacking.

Our next stop is Shakey's, been wanting to go there for a long time I just need to do some research on Google Earth and find the one in Calamba Laguna, miss their Chicken and Mojo's and now get taunted nightly on TV with the advertisement.
I found the Shakey's at SM Clark to be not worth the money. Does not taste like the ones at home and for the price they simply do not provide near enough food. I'll not go back again myself. Hope you find it different down by your place...
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So the 7-11 hotdogs are real? Yes, the Mojo's at Shakeys are really good!
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I found the Shakey's at SM Clark to be not worth the money. Does not taste like the ones at home and for the price they simply do not provide near enough food. I'll not go back again myself. Hope you find it different down by your place...

I performed my yearly PBI card update and on the way out of the city my wife decieded to go around the Laguna de Bay from the Antipolo side the pizza had some quality issues, dry crust and had a flaked out area, didn't taste so hot either and she made the mistake of ordering hot wings they weren't so good. After traveling for 4 hrs and spending time at the PBI I was ready for a bottle of beer only and we were denied the manager pointed over to another room within view that had teenage school pupils eating I would have left but we were so hungry and I didn't know where else to go.

My next Shakey's experience was somewhere around San Pablo Laguna and it turned out to be a good one the fried chicken and mojo's were good along with the Pizza, it was located close to a SM mall and the service was good they even had their own child character in costume.

Haven't been to the Calamba Laguna one in almost a decade but I remember it was good back then unsure about now.

I like Chow King also but the closest one to me is just terrible, It's located very close to Sta Cruz Laguna inside the Sun Mart mall and the food looks old or taste off but once again San Pablo has one next to a Hospital and it's perfect.
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I performed my yearly PBI card update and on the way out of the city my wife decieded to go around the Laguna de Bay from the Antipolo side the pizza had some quality issues, dry crust and had a flaked out area, didn't taste so hot either and she made the mistake of ordering hot wings they weren't so good. After traveling for 4 hrs and spending time at the PBI I was ready for a bottle of beer only and we were denied the manager pointed over to another room within view that had teenage school pupils eating I would have left but we were so hungry and I didn't know where else to go.

My next Shakey's experience was somewhere around San Pablo Laguna and it turned out to be a good one the fried chicken and mojo's were good along with the Pizza, it was located close to a SM mall and the service was good they even had their own child character in costume.

Haven't been to the Calamba Laguna one in almost a decade but I remember it was good back then unsure about now.

I like Chow King also but the closest one to me is just terrible, It's located very close to Sta Cruz Laguna inside the Sun Mart mall and the food looks old or taste off but once again San Pablo has one next to a Hospital and it's perfect.
It's about time for lunch and that pizza sounds pretty good. Wish they were forced to maintain US standards in all their locations. I don't mind spending money on good food but hate to throw it away.
We went to a Kenny Rodgers Roasters in a local mall last year. Menu and menu photos looked good. We ordered and the garbage that was served didn't even resemble the menu items. Told them to get rid of it and actually had to publicly denounce the place and give them h*** while there to get a refund on the (had to pre-pay) food. Never again and that kind of lousy food explains why the place is most always empty. Never again! I'll stick to the other places that actually have good food.
Also, we went to SM Clark about a week ago and was shocked and pleased to see they had a small "Dari-Queen" that had just been opened. Talk about good. Tasted exactly like any DQ in the states! Just wish they would serve the burgers & fries etc and not just ice cream products...
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My first visit to philippines I think wow, bad food. This still stands true but I suppose between my cooking and the expensive stores offering US or Australian quality meats etc I am fine! I read in more than one travel magazine online and in print as how Philippines was NOT a culinary destination!!! Hahahahahaha my extended time in Mexico ruined me I guess as truly a culinary wonderland! But now WE (expats) are near and subject to the influence of Thailand , Vietnam, Japan and Hong Kong all delicious and creative! I hate to admit but pretty sure when we liberated the Philippine islands from Japan we also liberated the Philippines from creative tropical and delicious foods. AGAIN I do the math..... Inexpensive life, English speaking , friendly and most beautiful women on earth ... YES!!! My lovely and sweet pinay wife (40 ish) go to Bangkok this year for casual weekend cooking and food shopping class! Good for us as a couple and our taste buds will be eternally grateful!!!!! I suppose I take the attitude " if you never had Blue Bell ice cream, Texas BBQ, Shiner Bock beer " then is hard to pass on the appreciation of really tasty good food as is just not there!!! These are just mine and sure all expats have their regional back home favorites. I have seen my wife and friends happy eating what we expats would consider as bad restaurant food!! Since we are couple her taste and likes have gone very American and our food out and in home has become another thing we have in common! I hope good food post and alerts continue here!!!
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I spent many weekends across the border Mexico and late at night the hot dog venders come out with bacon wrapped around them, also miss the corn on the cob, hot sauce, butter the works, I think even shredded coconut.

I have a made a few dogs like that here, my wife likes it wrapped with bacon to.

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Note on the Frabelle hot dogs they have the cheese dogs (my favorite) they are not red but Frabelle does sell a red hot dog and they are okay better tasting then the rest but a different flavor from the cheese dogs, they sell other package meat products, ham, bacon, I have tried they ham and it's a winner.

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Little update on hot dogs, I have a new favorite by a brand called King Sue, German Franks... these are so good I stopped buying the other brand names after sampling these, they have the smaller and larger hot dogs I buy the larger ones the price is reasonable and it has a smoked flavoring, it's the best local hot dog so far and I'm gonna stock up before the Christmas Holidays.

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I like my hotdogs with a gherkin relish, my Philippine girlfriend took jars of it back to Philippines when she came to visit me in Australia.
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