Thursday Korean food binge X bekis on the run

After-office nights spent eating and laughing with your favorite people on earth couldn't be more fulfilling and fun. My friends and I enjoyed the Korean food buffet at Don Day- Quezon Avenue Branch. There’s a good set of food choices—from the usual Korean fare like kimchi, kimbap and chapchae to other choices I can’t name because I really don’t know what they’re called. And then of course, there’s unlimited samgyupsal for those who’d want to upgrade their meals. Yay! We each ate a plate of food from the buffet table then focused on our pork samgyupsal fare for the rest of the night. There weren’t tallies but I guess we had six to seven plates of pork at our disposal. Hahaha! #bahagyanggutom

We had a lot of fun talking about everything under the sun: from TMI stories from Diliman Files, to the beautiful people from the LGBT community, Razelle’s first sem animo-ing her way at La Salle Business School, her plan to get a credit card and a new phone, then Jessene’s pre-school teaching (we half-thought she’s teaching gay lingo to her students haha), Jon’s sideline as conductor/music arranger/whatever it is related to his Music Career, why I should use maleta when we eventually travel to Korea (or I’ll get excess baggage again), and the things we plan to do once we get to Korea next year. TARGETS AND GOALS! Hahahaha! We should have ordered soju just so we’ll get some kick before we get home but Razelle still has a presentation to finish, so no alcohol. Next time.

If you’d want some Korean food fix, head over to Don Day Fresh Resto. Buffet + unlimited pork samgyupsal is PhP 335. Add PhP50 for unlimited red iced tea. If you want beef samgyupsal, that’s PhP447 along with the buffet.

Don Day’s on the first floor of Sunshine Boulevard Plaza beside Klownz Timog, 7-11 and Thirstea Café (yes they serve tea, haha). If you’re coming from MRT QAve Station, you can take the tryke near McDo and tell the driver to take you to Sunshine Blvd Plaza; or ride the jeep heading to Quiapo, then alight at BIR (you’ll have to cross the street). There, enjoy! J

Don Day Fresh Restaurant- Timog Branch
2G-5 Sunshine Boulevard Plaza
Quezon Avenue corner Scout Santiago
Barangay South Triangle, QC
Contact Number: 0906 3310201

*****
And we thought the night was over. But no, a challenge was laid ahead. Tipid tip option of getting home was to ride jeepneys going to Quiapo, so from the Plaza, we walked until we get to the nearest footbridge that will take us to the other side of the road. We’ve only been warning each other of elementals (or scary people like snatchers, hold-uppers, etc) when a beggar jumped and ran after us. PANIC! All of us ran as if a zombie was attacking us. That was the fastest run I did in my life. Elma Muros/Lydia de Vega-combined ang levels. We hailed a cab to take us home. Safe. Thank you, Lord.



Moral lesson: Magtabi-tabi po pag dadaan sa sidewalks ng QAve. You’ll never know what’s lurking in the dark. At yes, practice running fast. When you can’t fight, running is the next best thing you could do for your safety.


Never again, QAve. Hahaha! :D 


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Friday, November 22, 2013

Thursday Korean food binge X bekis on the run

After-office nights spent eating and laughing with your favorite people on earth couldn't be more fulfilling and fun. My friends and I enjoyed the Korean food buffet at Don Day- Quezon Avenue Branch. There’s a good set of food choices—from the usual Korean fare like kimchi, kimbap and chapchae to other choices I can’t name because I really don’t know what they’re called. And then of course, there’s unlimited samgyupsal for those who’d want to upgrade their meals. Yay! We each ate a plate of food from the buffet table then focused on our pork samgyupsal fare for the rest of the night. There weren’t tallies but I guess we had six to seven plates of pork at our disposal. Hahaha! #bahagyanggutom

We had a lot of fun talking about everything under the sun: from TMI stories from Diliman Files, to the beautiful people from the LGBT community, Razelle’s first sem animo-ing her way at La Salle Business School, her plan to get a credit card and a new phone, then Jessene’s pre-school teaching (we half-thought she’s teaching gay lingo to her students haha), Jon’s sideline as conductor/music arranger/whatever it is related to his Music Career, why I should use maleta when we eventually travel to Korea (or I’ll get excess baggage again), and the things we plan to do once we get to Korea next year. TARGETS AND GOALS! Hahahaha! We should have ordered soju just so we’ll get some kick before we get home but Razelle still has a presentation to finish, so no alcohol. Next time.

If you’d want some Korean food fix, head over to Don Day Fresh Resto. Buffet + unlimited pork samgyupsal is PhP 335. Add PhP50 for unlimited red iced tea. If you want beef samgyupsal, that’s PhP447 along with the buffet.

Don Day’s on the first floor of Sunshine Boulevard Plaza beside Klownz Timog, 7-11 and Thirstea Café (yes they serve tea, haha). If you’re coming from MRT QAve Station, you can take the tryke near McDo and tell the driver to take you to Sunshine Blvd Plaza; or ride the jeep heading to Quiapo, then alight at BIR (you’ll have to cross the street). There, enjoy! J

Don Day Fresh Restaurant- Timog Branch
2G-5 Sunshine Boulevard Plaza
Quezon Avenue corner Scout Santiago
Barangay South Triangle, QC
Contact Number: 0906 3310201

*****
And we thought the night was over. But no, a challenge was laid ahead. Tipid tip option of getting home was to ride jeepneys going to Quiapo, so from the Plaza, we walked until we get to the nearest footbridge that will take us to the other side of the road. We’ve only been warning each other of elementals (or scary people like snatchers, hold-uppers, etc) when a beggar jumped and ran after us. PANIC! All of us ran as if a zombie was attacking us. That was the fastest run I did in my life. Elma Muros/Lydia de Vega-combined ang levels. We hailed a cab to take us home. Safe. Thank you, Lord.



Moral lesson: Magtabi-tabi po pag dadaan sa sidewalks ng QAve. You’ll never know what’s lurking in the dark. At yes, practice running fast. When you can’t fight, running is the next best thing you could do for your safety.


Never again, QAve. Hahaha! :D 


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