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Sinfully Circles

I've always love this restaurant (yes, I'm a bit biased when it comes to Circles vs Heat) and maybe because I always have good memories whenever we dine here since daughter was still a wee one. We've already celebrated more than several milestones in this restaurant. I still remember the first time that I dined here, it was sometime in the mid-90's. My friend Benj Garcia invited me for dinner. Alas, I can't remember what I wore but I do remember that we ate really, really huge crabs. Then there's wine. And cherries. But the cherries came from my friend's aunt who just arrived from HK. I miss Benj!

He was my first foodie friend. There was a time when he said he wanted to try RJ's Bulalo near Boni Circle in Mandaluyong. So we scheduled a dinner there and funny lang coz he brought along a bottle of wine to pair with our bulalo. How sosy, di ba? I guess the servers were too awed to collect corkage fee from us. Haha










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