Food Trip: Oh My Bap Burger

Impromptu movie date with hubby led us to an impromptu food trip at the Theatre Mall.  Many may not know that behind that huge facade of popular restaurants just outside Theater Mall, lies a food court filled with unique food ideas.

One of those is Oh My Bap Burger!  Check out their extensive menu and their very affordable prices.

When we saw this place, we got curious on what they are offering.  Korean Food in a Burger. Hmmm… 

I had Bulgogi Bap Burger (Php94.00) It is basically an order of beef bulgogi with rice.  But it’s not served ordinarily.  It will be served as a burger.

The rice they used is sticky rice, so that it will form as burger buns.  

The bulgogi was stuffed in between the rice burger buns.  I liked the taste of bulgogi, not too sweet and not too salty.  

Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to take a picture of the other bap burger as it was already devoured. Hubby’s order is Kimchi Bulgogi Burger.  Their kimchi is not spicy according to him.  It looked almost the same, except for the reddish orangey kimchi mixed with the beef bulgogi.

It’s very simple how they do it but that will be our secret for now.  You go and find out for yourself.

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Food Trip: Jollibee Adobo Flakes Yum Burger and Halo-Halo Sundae

A few hours after we came back to the Philippines, we find ourselves inside the leading fastfood chain in the country, Jollibee. 

Always on the lookout for new items to try, I ordered a Value Meal with Burger, Drinks and Sundae.  Ironically, this meal was just launched last May 31, 2016.  (The day I left the country for a vacation.)  And it’s in time for celebrating our country’s independence.


Photo taken from Jollibee Facebook Page

The Jollibee Limited Edition Pinoy Favorites consist of Adobo Flakes Yum Burger (Php59.00) and Halo Halo Sundae (Php35.00). 


I’d rather that this is also in a Rice Variant because I think the concentration of the sauce is too salty for a burger.  It’s the same as your yummy YUM burger but the original dressing is removed to give way for the tender flakes with sauce that’s put on top of the burger.  Overall, it’s tasty and a nice mash up burger.  Worth to try.


Next is the Halo Halo Sundae.  Oh this one I love the most.  It has your regular milky Vanilla sundae topped with Halo Halo toppings.  A few pieces of red and green Nata de Cocos, strips of macapuno, bits of beans, cuts of bananas and a finish of Ube syrup make up for this sundae.

I always love my halo halo with a lot of milk so the milkiness of the sundae is complementing it right.

I think these 2 should be permanent in Jollibee’s menu.  Not only do we take pride for being Filipinos who excel in whatever field we pursue, we also take pride in having lots of delicious Filipino foods.

So what are you waiting for, while Jollibee hasn’t decided to make this permanent yet, go ahead and try these while it’s there!

I will never get tired of having Jollibee for breakfast, lunch or dinner.  It has become a staple in my life.

#Ang sarap, ang saya maging Pilipino!

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New: McRib by Mcdo



Tried the new Mcdo Pork Rib or the McRib the other night.  You can either have it Regular or Deluxe.  The difference is only the strips of veggies on top. 

As you can see on top picture, the bread is way bigger than the actual rib patty.  First impression lasted pretty easily when I took a bite.

The rib is really tasty.  With its barbeque like sauce, it’s juicy and tangy at the same time.

It ‘s worth trying.  Taste can compare to the Grilled BBQ Meals Mcdo has in other countries, just don’t mention the size!

Prices vary depending on your meal.  We had everything upsized, the Fries and the Drinks, we paid Php164 in total.

Tried the McRib again today. The patty is bigger than the 1st time I ate it.

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