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So far, one the best unlimited samgyupsal and beef in the Metro I've tried 🏼 A bold statement, yes, but I have facts to back it up. Not sure if this is new in the area since I'm just the second reviewer as of today. Anyway, let's jump to "Why others would love this place?" 1. It's only Php599 for unlimited beef, pork, rice, Korean side dishes, soybean soup (Duenjang), special seafood soup, and steamed egg. 2. Unlike others (who offer the same type of service and products), their meat are of higher quality. Beef don't have those tiny bones in the middle. Those tiny bones are an indication that the beef is of lower quality. Well, I can't blame them for using lower class meat since it is unlimited for a cheap price. Their pork, on the other hand, is thick cut and marinated! With good flavor! 3. Side dishes, soup and steamed egg are really good too. The soybean paste soup is especially delicious 4. Most importantly, this place is open 24/7! Perfect for someone like me who craves for Korean food during odd hours. 5. They also have unlimited shabu shabu for Php500 per head and ala cart dishes for those who are not heavy eaters 🏻 I hope these five salient points entice people to visit here too They do have rooms for improvement especially on their service. It was quite slow and it was hard to get the staff's attention. We did visit on a Sunday evening and there was a long line of customers still waiting to be seated. But anyway, I can look past those since it was really sulit! Worth a try? Oh yeah. Worth a return? Definitely. Worth the splurge? It won't cost you a fortune. Come here during lunch and you won't be needing breakfast and dinner.
I was actually kind of on time for the |ooloo rendezvoos last Thursday! When I got there and after all the introductions, I sat down and was immediately offered some of the food already on the table. First up, was a huge serving of Jera's Ultimate Pulled Pork and Bacon Nachos. They offer two sizes (whole at 600 PHP and half for 330 PHP). I aint kidding when I say the serving is definitely HUUUUGGEEE Like it was a really big platter and the whole serving could definitely feed a bunch of people. Probs around 10 haha. I also got to sample the Buttermilk fried livers (210 PHP). Now I like liver, but I understand how people can find the taste and texture a bit weird. But no bias, this liver dish could be something that can turn diehard liver-haters into liver-lovers. Or at least hmm-I-don't-think-liver's-so-bad peeps. Finally, before the rest of the food came flying out of the kitchen, I got to sample the Hot Pork Poppers (175 PHP). They were delicious and just the right amount of crispy and chewy. Incidentally, these are the three house- recommended starters! ️️ After all that, we got to sample more of the mains and sides! Coming up are some of the ones I liked: Chicken Burger - Okay, I actually forgot what it was called, but the one with chicken! This one was good and all the elements came together nicely. The burgers come with yummy potato chips on the side, too! Chiquito's Grilled Corn (135 PHP) - I love corn and I love it even better topped with all sorts of good stuff. Especially cheese! This is a really good side imo. It complements all the meat you're sure to order. Smoked Salmon with Salsa Verde (540 PHP) - meat was not dry! I love salmon and it's nice to know that you have this option when dining at Fat Daddy's. 🥔 Hot Mess (170 PHP) - mashed potatoes amped up a bit with cheesy toppings. Liked this, as I also feel it would go well with the meat. It can hold its own by itself but would probs better pair with a star attraction haha. Corn Dogs with Chips (240 PHP) - easy peasy to eat and tasted good! Southern Style Buttermilk Fried Chicken (390 PHP) - The chicken here is actually good, guys! Textures and flavor were on point, and is again, another good option if you don't feel like having heavier-flavored smoked meats. Smoked Meat Platter (2,400 PHP) - To justify the price tag, you are getting pork ribs, pulled pork, beef brisket, hot links, chicken bbq plus rice, the grilled corn, bacon and chives muffin + sesame coleslaw. Meat + sides all in one dish, don't even have to sweat! I really liked the pork ribs and the pulled pork. The beef brisket had an overly smoked flavor to it that I didn't like that much. Worth getting this if you want a feast with yo friends, but as a side note, you can just get the individual meat dishes if you don't want to splurge on a whole platter. We also got to sample two of their less typical milkshakes (aside from the reg chocolate, strawberry, etc.) at 195 PHP each! 🍿 Caramel Popcorn Milkshake - The shake was thick and rich and had popcorn bits in there. I liked this more than the other special milkshake. 🥓 Smokey Maple Bacon Milkshake - If you love bacon, why don't you go ahead and drink it, too? haha. This was also good but I felt the smoked bacon flavor was kind of too overwhelming to be in sweet drink form. To make sure we go home nice and stuffed, Fat Daddy's even threw in some dessert! Peach Cobbler (250 PHP) - Order this if you want a nice, sweet ending to your meal. The cold ice cream atop the warm fruity cinnamon-y pie is a real treat! Caramel Drizzled Banana Pudding (170 PHP) - A more muted flavor if you want something a little bit simpler for your taste buds haha. 🥓 Bacon Smores Dip (250 PHP) - MOAR BACON!!! This tasted like the typical smores dessert + bacon!! It was aight but the bacon added an extra flavor dimension to the dish. It was a fun-filled evening with good company, as usual! Thanks so much, Josh for being a cool, fun and super generous host! As usual, thanks Peanut D for the invite! ️
It's one of those places that I used to stare at with such longing it almost hurt. It's beautiful, it's expensive, and I wanted so bad to try it. Though my heart always says yes yes yes, my pocket answers back no no no, and so for the longest time all I could do is stare and hope that someday I will have enough money to enjoy its services. Ladies and gents the time has finally come. Just last Saturday I treated myself to a relaxing massage at The Spa in BGC. I made an appointment via their website, I got their reply the next day where they asked me some information including my preferred services. Because it's my first time, I availed one of their packages called Refreshing Start for P2,425. It includes a classic body massage, foot care, and a choice of aroma scalp or aroma facial. I went at 6 in the evening, the lobby is so impressive it looked like I entered a hotel instead of a spa. The receptionists are well groomed and prompt. After confirming my appointment, I signed up a form, then paid up front. I was then given a key to my locker and was instructed to go upstairs in the female area. There, I was greeted by the staff and was given a towel and a robe. I immediately changed into the robe and put my stuff inside my locker. Then I went in their waiting area where I was offered ginger tea. Because I am not a fan of tea, I almost rejected the offer but I'm glad that I didn't. The ginger tea is a bit spicy and sweet, I loved it so much that I helped myself to a second cup. After a few minutes I was led to the Deluxe room; this is their common area. If you want your own room they have the Couples Room and for the more moneyed, the Villa. I had a Swedish massage and it lasted for an hour. I asked the masseuse for moderate strokes but she seemed to have forgotten that I was gasping in pain in the first few minutes. She noticed my pain, asked for my opinion, and I told her to lessen her force. My body was not exactly begging for a massage (meaning I'm not sore and I am not tired or stressed), nevertheless it was amazing. After that I was led to another room for my foot care, I chose the Oriental massage, and the facial aroma. Foot care started first, then halfway through it, another masseuse entered the room to do my facial. It was the most glorious facial massage I have ever experienced with strokes that are quite different from the ones I had in the past. It was so good I had to concentrate when I wanted to feel the foot massage. The only part that I didn't like is the pricking, you see, I love it. I know that my skin is clear but there are still white heads in my nose that I want to be addressed, but the woman didn't bother getting down into it. All in all it was money well spent and now I have to be careful not to do this frequently. I mean I am okay doing some self indulgence but not that often. If you care about my opinion though, The Spa is indeed a good place to have that much needed me-time.
It was a sweet treat to be invited to another Looloo rendezvoos at Sebastian’s Ice Cream It’s their newly opened branch at Ayala Vertis North on the 4th floor. We met Ian Carandang and he shared the origin story for some of the flavors he created. You can his passion and love with his craft and it was an inspiration. Hands down Tho Milkshake (Php 160) is by far my favorite among the desserts we tried. It wasn’t overly sweet and they use legit tofu block wow! Love it! Ask for extra sago if you’re a sago or pearl lover like me. Birthday Cake Milkshake (Php 160) I find this too sweet for my taste but I’m sure kids will love this. Fiesta Sorbetes Sundae (Php 375) this had manga’t suman, champorado and sapin sapin ice cream. Then with different kinds of ube: fudge, brownie, streusel and whipped cream. Sprinkled with crunchy latik Grilled Dulce de Leche (Php 65) buttery caramel spread in toasted bread. Cherry Coke Ice Cream Coke (Php 110) I’m not a fan of cherry Coke but I’m sure for those who do they’ll enjoy this refreshing mix. They have new flavors for Halloween: Invaders from Alpha Blue, Trick or Treat XIII and Gummi Zombie Apocalypse. Thank you Peanut D and Looloo team for the invite. Thank you most especially to our gracious host Ian and Sebastian’s staff. ️🤗🏼
Mama Lou's Italian Kitchen's new branch is at Ayala Malls the 30th. Went there with foodie friends to try out some best sellers and new dishes on the menu. Located on the second floor of Ayala Malls the 30th, Meralco Avenue, Ugong, Pasig City, Mama Lou's is known for its relaxing ambiance and scrumptious Italian dishes. Here are the dishes that we had: Complimentary Bread. Served with Pomodoro sauce and pesto sauce, this also works well with their soup. Clam Chowder and Roasted Garlic Soup. Both are rich and creamy. Insalata Caprese. Fresh salad tomato, carabao's milk, basil, evoo & balsamic glaze. It was good, though I'm not fond of eating many tomatoes on my salad. Garlic and Cheese Pizza. Mozzarella, garlic, parmesan cheese. Top it with arugula, roll, and eat like a panizza. It's good. Truffle Cream Mushroom Pasta. New on the menu. I can definitely taste the truffle in this. Also creamy good. Arrabiata. Arrabiata sauce made with sun-dried tomatoes, oregano, and chili. Italian Sardine. Olive oil, wild caught sardines, garlic, and basil. I was hesitant about this fish at first, but it was good. It didn't come in as malansa (fishy) with the sardines. There's a good contrast of tart and salty flavor in the pasta. Risotto Al Nero. I'm not so much into risotto but this dish is my favorite pick among all those served on the table. Made black with squid ink and some aioli in the middle. It's delectable. Buttered Risotto. This risotto is also good and is a must-try according to my friend, I still like the risotto al nero better. Marbled Rib Eye Steak. Exceptional tenderness imported from Australia. Chicken Fra Diavalo. Oven-roasted chicken with rosemary, garlic, oregano, chili in extra virgin olive oil. More HD photos on my blog
Jollibee's Amazing Aloha is back and most of my friends are so happy about it. Oh yes, I felt old because of that. I'm happy that it now comes in two sizes, and a choice of single or double patties. It's actually good!!! I know that there are a lot of debates whether pineapple in pizza is okay or not, but I guess there's no question about pineapple in Jollibee's burgers with 100% langhap-sarap beef patties. Hahaha see what I did there? 🙂 Oh yes. It's best with their Chocolate float. Thank me later!
Stayed here one afternoon since I needed to finish a report and yay!!!! because I made the right decision of going here instead of going to Starbucks. A different coffee shop for a change. 🏻 🔹PLACE/AMBIANCE: The place is bright. I love how plain/simple yet beautiful and relaxing the place is. I liked the paintings and the many different colors around the place. And oh, their playlist is nice too! The wifi connection is pretty fast, tables are spacious enough, chairs are not the comfiest but it's perfect since you don't want to be too comfortable (that you'll end up relaxing/resting rather than actually finishing your work). The place is like an office... but a fun and chill version. This cafe is a good place to consider when you want to be productive, when you want a place for working, studying, reading a book, or for spending quality time with yourself or with your friends/loved ones. ️💯 🔹SERVICE: Baristas are nice, not the friendliest and warmest but pweds na. Hindi lang ganun ka lively. 🔹FOOD: Since I was not that hungry and was not in the mood for coffee, I decided to try the YOGURT PARFAIT (150php). According to them, it's one of their bestseller (daw). Pricy for 150php because it's just PLAIN LOW FAT YOGURT + (few slices of) BANANA + MIXED BERRIES + COCONUT something for toppings. It was good but (1) won't get this again, (2) nothing extraordinary, and (3) not worth 150 pesos. PS: Will I still come back? Yes! I need to try the bfast menu, salad, grilled cheese, and of course, the coffee!!
When I think of Figaro I think of the Figaro of my childhood (naks!). When all they served was a page full of different sandwiches and pastas to pair up with their locally sourced coffee. They had the third wave going even before the hip coffee shops had the slight thought of what single source is. In an effort to bring Figaro to a new generation of Coffee and Cafe loving crowds of Manila and beyond, they streamlined their menu and introduced seasonal items to cater the varying tastes of a very decerning market. Sadly, my favorite Grilled Eggplant Sandwich did not make the cut and was left out of the menu for good. Here's what we had: Asian Chicken Salad - dressing served on the side. This light crisp salad is a great starter to any meal. I like the mandarin segments thrown in for color and sweetness. I think i tasted some carameled nuts too. The nutty cheese is a nice addition but nothing Asian about it. BLT Croissant - thick cuts of bacon ham with a generous helping of tomatoes and lettuce, this soft buttery sandwich is good enough for two or one hungry sandwich fiend. Adobo Flakes Kare Kare - i was pleasantly surprised by this dish. The adobo flakes was soft and paired really well with the Kare Kare sauce. The vegetables was crunchy and lend a nice healthy twist to a heavy meal. I happily finished the cup of rice. I will be back for this. Mexican Taco Salad - the taco meat is the star of this salad. Quattro Formaggio Mac and Cheese - light white cheese on macaroni. Topped with chopped up thick bacon / ham bits. Five Cheese and Garlic Pizza - Pizza Cheese! That is a new discovery. Generously slathered with five different kinds of cheeses, each distinct and delicious. Pasta a la Carlo - a crowd favorite retained from the original menu. Good to share. BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich - another surprise sandwich that i enjoyed. The pulled pork was seasoned beautifully and the alfalfa sprouts gave it a distinct freshness. Sweet Hawaiian Holiday Pizza - not a fan but kids may enjoy the sweet tangy barbeque. Banana Fritters - smaller version of turon topped with vanilla ice cream and drizzled with caramel sauce. For my drink i tried the Macademia Frappe. It has that "almost" Holiday season taste to it. An appeal to Figaro - please reconsider putting back on your menu the Grilled Eggplant Sandwich because it is the only (almost) vegetarian friendly dish you have. With the NEW dishes on offer, there is a reason for you to rediscover this proudly Filipino Coffee Institution. Disclaimer: Meals sponsored by Figaro. Thank you Figaro Management and Peanut D for the invite.
Figaro Coffee was founded in 1993 and now with 95 outlets worldwide. I just knew that it was established by 7 friends, headed by Pacita Juan and Reena Francisco with the objective of delivering excellent service and serving good coffee to customers. It’s very seldom that I visit this coffee shop so thank you Peanut D and | team for the invite! I was able to appreciate and understand its uniqueness among other coffee places. About the food: BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich (P280) – Good thing I was able to eat a piece of this, everyone loved this! I like its consistency, how the savory pulled pork blended with bbq sauce. Adobo Flakes Kare-kare (P269) - This has classic pork adobo flakes served with kare-kare soup and Java rice. They mentioned that they cooked the adobo flakes as soft as it is on purpose, not the usual crispy flakes because they want that the flavor would be more consistent. This is also good and a must try! Pasta Ala Carlo (P235) – The main reason why I love this is because it’s sweet and spicy at the same time. It’s made with light tomato basil sauce, tuna chunks, black olives and olive oil. This is also their best seller. Quattro Formaggio Mac & Cheese (P285) – Because BACON. Period. Lol! It has bacon bits, mozzarella, cream cheese and pizza cheese. I like that it has a lot of cheese though I think it’s better to eat when hot cos it’s gonna be a bit harder later on. Five cheese & Garlic (P225) – We we’re drooling when this was served and I like that it’s perfectly mixed with Mozzarella, Parmesan, Cream, Pizza and Sharp Cheddar cheeses and flavourful garlic sauce. Medyo bitin yung isa for us and I think we can finish a whole, each. Haha Mexican Taco Salad (P125) – this is also good! It has jalapeños, cheddar cheese, beef, salad greens, tomato salsa and black beans. Banana Fritters a La Mode (P160) - since i was so full, I wasnt able to try this! But they said it’s good. It has vanilla ice cream, caramel sauce with white chocolate. Overall, I like how Ms Joanne patiently managed us cos we were all hyper that night. Lol! She really took time to explain and discuss the history, current market status, sales performance, management, events and all the important info about Figaro. She’s been with the business for 15 years and she knows best already. The staff were very accommodating (Special thanks to Kuya Vin for letting me borrow his apron and for his VERY prompt action! Haha) Thank you to the chefs as well for explaining the dishes. It was really a fun and full night! It was nice meeting you guys Mei O Clarissa P Eboy D Mae A Vinny L! Great to see you again Bernisse C Kristin A Marc M ️ Til next time! Thank you for all the giveaways from | and Figaro! 🤗
Looking back at my previous looloo rendezvoos, I have tasted Thai/Chinese, Japanese, Italian/American and Filipino dishes -- flavors that I have been quite familiar with and immensely enjoyed. But when I received an invite from Peanut D to a Peruvian food eat-up, I became very curious in particular becuase I haven't tried Peruvian food before... and that made me more excited about so I said yes. After all, Peruvian cuisine is not as popular as the other global cuisines here in the Philippines. But after a food- and fun-filled rendezvoos at Cocina Peruvia inside the new Ayala Malls Vertis North last night, I concluded that Peruvian cuisine deserves to be tasted and enjoyed by more Filipinos. It's different yet it's also familiar to our palates at the same time. What we had: APPETIZER/MAINS 🔹Ceviche Nikkei (₱250) - Honestly, I haven't tried kinilaw or kilawin before because, like in the case of sushi, I'm hesitant to try raw food. But this dish turned out to be agreeable -- I liked both the jackfish and the salmon, particularly the latter. They were soft and almost jelly-like to the bite and this ceviche's acidity was not too overpowering. 🔹Anticuchos de Corazon de Vaca This dish has been popular in the Andes region since the pre-colonial era, and now it is especially popular as a snack and street food in Peru. I ate two pieces of beef heart cubes -- the first one was tender but the second one was a bit chewy and gamey. But I liked the flavor. I like spicy foods, so this one was a hit for me. Pwedeng pampulutan hehehe. 🔹Pollo ala Brasa (₱380 / ₱750) The chicken was good, tender, not too flavorful and had no raw blood inside (he he). It wasn't distinctive in itself until you added the aji cilantro dip and the salsa and boom... you got the explosion of flavors. Some of the fried potato wedges were salty, some weren't. 🔹Adobo Peruvia (₱400 / ₱1190) The Peruvian adobo is entirely different to Filipino adobo. Instead of vinegar and soy sauce, Adobo Peruvia was flavored with cream sauce. It was a bit on the salty side to me. But it also reminded me of hamonado because it had some sweetness. The thin slices of pork were so tender and the fat melted in my mouth. No wonder this was one of the most favorite dishes on our rendezvoos. 🔹 Lomo Saltado - (₱450 / ₱1190) The beef was nice and tender, but it was more on the salty side. 🔹Rocoto Chicken Wings Rocoto is a type of chili native to South America, and it was used in this dish. I loved it (I forgot to mention this as one of my favorite dishes). It was quite spicy like the usual buffalo wings, only these wings were not drenched in chili sauce. I think I ate four pieces of these. 🔹Arroz con Mariscos This was their version of seafood paella. The mussels were too salty and even a bit acrid, but the rice was otherwise bland. It was not the most favorite dish there for the majority of the looloo reviewers, but I liked it enough. Since we didn't have any plain rice, I used this dish instead to partner with their more flavorful dishes like the rocoto chicken wings, the lomo saltado and especially the adobo Peruvia. Perfect pairs, I tell you. So ok na rin na di malasa ung kanin. PASTA (all-linguine) 🔸Pasta a la Huancaina (₱250) - My most favorite pasta served there. It was different to the other pasta dishes I've tried. It looked like carbonara but it didn't taste like one at all -- and I don't like carbonara hahaha. Instead, this pasta dish was dressed in Huancaina sauce - a sauce made from white cheese, pepper, milk and sometimes crushed crackers, among other ingredients. 🔸Pasta Verde (₱250) - Many people (me included) don't like cilantro -- it is an acquired taste. But I was willing to try this dish. It turned out to be okay, the cilantro was not too intense. I squeezed some lemon into it, and that made this dish tasting a lot better. 🔸Chorizo con Pasta (₱250) - The flavor of this dish hit closer to home because it had the familiar Pomodoro sauce. I liked it. DESSERT 🔸Galera de Chocolate (₱350) - Chocolate tart topped with figs, tortillas, and potato chips. This was decadence in a plate! Rich, dark, deep and certainly luxurious. I cried chocolate tears on this one!!! But when I learned about the price, I just cried. Hahaha. Their flavors are unique yet familiar at the same time. Cocina Peruvia makes sure that their dishes should also be agreeable to the Filipino palate. Personally, I liked most of the food served to us -- they should just work on the salty level on some of the dishes. Another, the pricing is a bit too steep for my standards, and the servings of some of the dishes don't quite parallel to the price. Well, you also pay for the ambiance and the unique experience of eating Peruvian dishes, anyway. Thank you looloo and Peanut for inviting me again! Thank you Cocina Peruvia for providing us quite a gastronomic adventure by giving us a good introduction to the flavors of Peru 🇵🇪! Nice to meet the other looloo reviewers as well.
‼️LIMITED KING‼️ Cheesy Tomato King (|Php 470++) Ramen Nagi's newest Limited Edition Ramen. Tonkotsu with the essence of Tomato topped with a torched cheddar cheese ball containing what I can only describe to be a reduced spaghetti sauce like mix of ground pork and tomato sauce with (pork floss? I saw small strands that kinda looked like pork floss or is it Powdered Meat?🤔). The "Tomato Ball" was mildly spicy so even if you tick No Spicy in the order sheet, there will be a level of spiciness in the bowl. There are so many things going on in the flavor department that it can be pretty hard to describe. One time it will taste like pizza or pasta then on the other side it's like Paella. At one point I even thought it tasted a bit like Alba's French Onion Soup. ANO DAW?! Medyo magulo na. ️ The cheesy-ness reminds me of the Manila King Cheesy Caldereta. Although the cheese might be overpowered by the very savory spicy tomato ball, you'll notice a more creamy soup than the usual. The soup really sticks to the noodles. |Cheesy Tomato will be available from Oct. 16 until Oct. 31, 2017.
Izakaya Sensu brings our local eels to the spotlight with a limited run of their Unagi Festival. I happen to love teriyaki glazed unagi over hot Japanese rice. I’ve never had it any other way, never wondered if I could have it any other way, and I was happy to see that Izakaya Sensu had 8 signature specials for us to try. There’s a subtle difference with each dish we tried. Your favorite will probably depend on what you like pairing your protein with. ————— Here’s what we had: Uzaku. 350.00 Unagi & Vinegared Cucumber Salad It’s a small dish for you to sample their unagi. More like an appetizer. I liked the contrast of the sour vinegar with the grilled eel. Unagi Shira-Yaki. 650.00 Grilled Unagi with Wasabi & Soy Sauce Love how simple this dish is. Just grilled eel with a helping of wasabi to balance out the fatty fish. Unagi Chawammushi. 220.00 Japanese Steamed Egg Custard with Unagi Loved this! Well I love egg custard so this was a given favorite. The custard was very creamy. Must to eat this with wasabi. Unagi Bo-Sushi. 425.00 Pressed Sushi Topped with Unagi A smaller, bite-sized version of the una-don. Kurikara 80.00/piece Grilled Stick Unagi with Teriyaki Sauce &/or “Sansho - Japanese Pepper” Miso Sauce Loved this. Pretty good barbeque that they skewered to look like a dragon. I liked the charred parts. Umaki. 400.00 Japanese Omelette Wrapped Unagi Very light omelette. Like breakfast in every bite. Unagi Tempura. 620.00 Deep-fried Battered Unagi & Okra Loved this. Batter was light and it gave the unagi an added texture. I even enjoyed the okra as it wasn’t slimy. Una-Don. 620.00 A Bowl of Rice topped with Unagi The way Im used to it. However, they said it is a must to add the Sansho pepper to it and I think I am going to have it this way all the time. The sansho has a lemony flavor but gives produces a weird tingly sensation on your tongue. (Tip: We also tried it with the sake and we liked it.”) Hot Matcha Tea Latte. Yum! I usually like mine cold but veered away from my usual as everyone wanted their cold. Hit the jackpot with this one as the hot is way better than the cold one, which needs more matcha and cream for me. ————— It’s great to know that they use local fresh water unagi. Less carbon footprint, supporting local fishermen too. I had maybe 2 dishes where the eel was a bit muddy, though the others didn't experience this. While the dishes can be ordered ala carte, they should have a degustation of the unagi festival too to allow one to try all the dishes. I loved how they were able to give us small portions of everything. Unagi Festival ends this October. #TeamKaladkarin
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