Category - Restaurant Reviews

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A Bad Dinner Experience at AllGood Cafe in Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas
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Thai Thip Restaurant in Hurst, Texas
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Jollibee Opening Soon In Dubai Mall
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Bulalo Steak at K Cafe’ in Angeles City
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My First Fondue in Zurich, Switzerland
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Kilroy’s of Kathmandu Restaurant & Bar, Nepal
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Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy, Hurst, Texas
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Zeke’s Fish & Chips in Fort Worth, Texas
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Food Trip: Mali Restaurant – Revisited
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The Mali Restaurant in Bangkok

A Bad Dinner Experience at AllGood Cafe in Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas

Of all the days to be humiliated, why it was on my birthday on Jan 28? And of all people, it was from this rude, obnoxious, old goat owner of AllGood Cafe’, Mike Schneider.

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Thai Thip Restaurant in Hurst, Texas

I have been craving for something and couldn’t figure out what, until my friend and I passed by Thai Thip Restaurant in Hurst. I thought, hmm maybe it is a Thai spice I was craving for.  I think it is as I have not eaten a really good Thai food for a long time since last November of 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand (Mali Restaurant, which is for me by far the best Thai Restaurant in the world).

Thai food sounds good and it was around lunch time. Wow! Thai Thip was packed. I’ve never seen Thai Thip this packed. The few times that we’ve been here was either after lunch or before their closing time, and usually there were only few tables occupied (sometimes only us). But not this time.  I am glad.  They have the best tasting Thai Food in HEB area.

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Jollibee Opening Soon In Dubai Mall

A friend of mine who works as part of a service crew in the Food Court of Dubai Mall, informed me that Jollibee will be opening April 3, 2015.  Anticipating a line of at least 1 kilometer line of Filipino customers, lo and behold the facade was still covered with an “Opening Soon” Sign board.

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Bulalo Steak at K Cafe’ in Angeles City

It was past lunch time and I have not eaten yet except for a cup of brewed coffee from home.  Famished and craving for some protein since I started my low carbs diet and thought of driving to the restaurants near where I was.  I went to Quad Nepo in Angeles City and decided to try K Cafe’.  I wanted a steak and was curious with their Bulalo Steak.  I wonder how this meat with big bones can be sliced into a steak size and cooked as a steak.  For all my readers who are not familiar with Bulalo.  Bulalo is the meat and knee cap of a cow and is typically cooked as a soup (Bulalo Soup) and it’s mostly an after party meal.  It is one of the famous dish in the Philippines.

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My First Fondue in Zurich, Switzerland

To be updated soon.

Kilroy’s of Kathmandu Restaurant & Bar, Nepal

I thought of getting a Sim card before we fly in to Lukla Airport and start our Trekking Trip to the Khumbu Region.  The trek is about 8 days so I don’t know if I can last without calling home and checking my emails.  And for safety measure, it is advisable to have a working cell phone just in case you get into some kind of trouble while trekking.  With the Sim Card, I was hoping that it has a data package so I can use my Samsung Galaxy Tab while trekking and can access the internet.  Since this trip happened back in October 2011, I can’t remember if I had a data package or not.  Oh well.

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Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy, Hurst, Texas

It’s been a while since I had Mexican food and Abuelo’s in Hurst is probably one of the best I had so far. The place was packed even during weekdays.  Food was good and not that expensive, cost about $47/- for three person.

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Zeke’s Fish & Chips in Fort Worth, Texas

Before we went to Fort Worth Stockyard my friend and I went to Zeke’s Fish & Chips and had a late lunch.  He mentioned this couple of times that whenever I visit Fort Worth, he’ll take me to Zeke’s.  He did and oh man the Cod fish was awesome.  A Fort Worth visitor shouldn’t miss.

Don’t be disgusted with the shape and color of the food; they may be shaped like turd but wait until you taste it.

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Food Trip: Mali Restaurant – Revisited

Arrived morning in Bangkok on the 17th of September 2009, I and my friend were starving after an almost eight hour flight from Dubai.  We got to the hotel and just changed clothes and went straight to our favorite restaurant in Bangkok, where else?  Mali Restaurant.  This is the restaurant that everytime we are in Thailand, we never missed to visit.

Of course we’ve been welcomed by the American owner Peter and their very nice waiter “Joey” from Burma.

Here are some of the dishes we ordered:

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The Mali Restaurant in Bangkok

October 14, 2008:  It was not my first time in this restaurant, earlier that day I had breakfast with Will who I’ve met the night before in some bar in Bangkok.  Since he’s familiar with the place, I asked him if he knew good restaurants in Bangkok and he recommended me The Mali Restaurant.  Before we parted ways that night, he invited me to have breakfast with him in that restaurant.

While having breakfast, I found out that Will happened to be working with the same company that I’ve been working for the past 4 years.  He’s in Thailand for his scheduled vacation, so was I.  What a small world eh?  Anyway before I get side tracked again with my story about Mali Restaurant, later that day I went back to Mali to have lunch and try their Tom-Yum Soup (my favorite Thai dish).

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