Batchoy and Ngohiong: Filipino Favorites by Foodito Dine
`Cause we are proud pinoys (and `cause we're really hungry), we tried this food stall named Filipino Favorites by foodito dine. They offer silogs - "si" for sinangag (fried rice); "log" for itlog (egg). a Filipino meal with fried rice and egg.
We ordered La Paz Batchoy.
|La Paz Batchoy - Php45|
Nothing extraordinary about the batchoy. The taste is a little bland.
If not for some pepper and soy sauce, I'd give this a nay.
Well, it isn't exactly a nay, but it's not something I would be craving for, nor something I would look forward to eating again.
We ordered ngohiong as well.
|Ngohiong - Php 10 / piece|
One piece is sliced into four parts
Most of the times, I eat the food without the sauce first to check if the food itself is already palatable. This one is kind of a meh without the sauce.
Yay or Nay? Not a yay, but I won't say this is a nay. The taste of the food may not be something that we would be looking for the next time but it's not really that unpleasant. We might even go back to taste some of their silogs.
Filipino Favorites by foodito dine is located at second floor Talamban Times Square.