North Park: My “Buena Mano”

So here’s my first food blog. Please do appreciate, no hate. Lol. Enjoy reading!

It was a typical “Saturdate” for me and my hungry boyfriend when we decided to have dinner at North Park. We were supposed to have dinner with my family but we’re late because of the traffic (ugh, what’s new? πŸ˜ͺ).

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Hungry boyfriend patiently waiting for his food.

It was already my third time eating at North Park and I don’t mind eating all over again here. Why? You’ll find out later. πŸ˜‰

The first time I’ve been here was just a “biglaan”. I remember it was a gloomy weather, classes and offices were suspended so I went home early. My family was craving for hot noodle soup or anything that has sabaw so we decided to go to North Park at Trinoma since it was the nearest branch from where we live. I guess eating out every weekend is our routine. #FamiliaMatatakaw πŸ˜‚

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Me in black top. Sorry for the haggard face, fresh from work. 😭

The second time was because it was my Papa’s birthday and this is my family’s newest fave resto (after Mann Hann and Icebergs, lol). It was a feast, as you can see in the picture. πŸ˜… Meet my almost complete family picture (MIA: my brother and his family). ❀️

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Look at that table. Super full. A happy birthday indeed! But Papa looks like he’s still hungry. 😝

So the third time I was here, I was able to grab the opportunity to capture some of North Park’s scrumptious food because everytime I’m with my family, they can’t help themselves to eat already because you know, gutom as always. Lol ✌🏻️ Thankful to my boyfriend because he let me took pictures of every food first before we eat even though he’s really hungry. PS: We still pray before eating. It’s a must. ☝🏼️

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Saturday routine for the two of us after work.


Ian enjoying his food. In times like this, he can’t be disturb. Lol.

A little fact about my boyfriend: He’s really a fan of chicken, like yes, every single day of his life, chicken is always present on our table. πŸ˜… Β But I make sure not all the time. That night, he won so I have no choice. We ordered a half chicken and its yummy. πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ Ian almost forgot me because of that chicken. And I also agreed, their chicken is delicious plus their sauce (i don’t know what kind of gravy or whatsoever but it’s also yummy). It’s chewy and soft on the inside but crunchy on the outside. Because it’s half of a chicken, I think it’s good to 3-4 people.

China Chicken (P298)

But of course, don’t forget the rice. πŸ˜… Β We had Yang Chow Fried Rice (P198), a perfect partner for the chicken. The fried rice has many toppings. Worth it! We also got siomai for dumplings with soy sauce, calamansi, and chili for the dip. Yum!!!

Siomai (P93 for 4 pcs; P265 for 12 pcs)

Last but definitely not the least, the famous and one of my favorite here in North Park (also to Ian), their noodles in soup. You can get it in Lite or Regular. We got the regular for the two of us. The regular comes in a big bowl which is good for 2-3 people, I guess. What’s really good in here is you can also get “unli sabaw” when you order. So its really worth the price. Their soup is the bomb! I promise! “Sabaw pa lang, ulam na!” And of course, the noodles, beef, and wanton was also perfect to the soup. The beef can also melt in your mouth. It adds more taste that everyone will definitely love and enjoy. πŸ˜‹ Β I highly recommend it to everyone. A must try! πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ

Nanking Beef & Wanton (P153 for lite; P198 for regular) featuring the photobomber Yang ChowΒ 

Till my next dine in here!!! πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ

So for my ratings:

Food – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Service – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Price – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Stay hungry! Love lots! πŸ’‹
#KNBMeats

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