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Clubbing at Lunchtime

I was a guest at the Dell Latitude Series Launch last week and venue was at the K-Pub in BGC. I am not really familiar with the place but when I googled (yes, thanks to google) it, the venue is located in the old For Strip. Gosh! I feel so old. Seems like yesterday when we made the rounds of the restaurants/ clubs there and usually went home way beyond curfew time. And such fun we have not to mention also being able to fit in Rei's mini-car.


Ban Chan or the free pica-pica. Spicy dilis, spicy tofu and spicy pickled cucumber. I like the dilis and the cucumber best. The dilis was crispy, and the cucumber explodes in sweet, spicy and sour goodness.




Jap Chae. Excellent taste! The noodles was chewy (al dente), the toppings and flavorings blended well together that I wanted to feast on this alone.


Korean Pancake. Its basically omelette with onions, garlic, leeks (I think) and others that I can't identify. Didn't like this, though. Tasted a bit flour-ish to me. I'm guessing that the batter wasn't mixed properly.


I just had a small bite of this (thanks to my friend who's beside me) but forgot what it is. I was busy with the Jap Chae and the Spicy Chicken Wings.


Spicy Chicken Wings. OMG. Another winner! The chicken was really crisp and flavorful, except that its spicy- hahaha. But this was so good I had three. ;)


Burger and fries. I was too full when I noticed this on the table. Oh wells, something to look forward to next time.


Some of the lunch crowd ... or rather, the attendees to the Dell Launch.

Toodles!

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