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Lomi


Years ago, there used to be a chinese restaurant at the corner of Welcome Rotonda and Mayon Street in Quezon City. Hubby and I used to frequent this place because I love the lomi that was being served there. Alas, alas, all good things must come to an end. The restaurant closed down and morphed into a popular fastfood chain.

Then we discovered that the lomi from Charlie's restaurant was just as good. Maybe they pirated the cook from the Welcome Rotonda Resto? Hehehe.

Lomi is best eaten during rainy days or when one has a cold. Squeeze in some calamansi and you're ready to go!






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