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Dampa Farmers


Once in a while when we happen to be in Cubao and can't think of a restaurant, we'd head off to Farmers market to buy some seafood (yes, I love going to the market) and then bring it to the "dampa" section where you can choose from several "paluto" restos. We always end up at S-I-S, I don't know why. 


Kilawing Tanigue. Hubby and I love this! 




Calamares. Another favorite. Daughter loves this so much that we always make sure that to buy some extra for her take-home!



Sinigang na Hipon. A meal won't be complete without soup. Alas, even if it tastes good, they use powdered sinigang mix. Oh wells!


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