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Shawarma Snack Center

Its been ages since I last had a meal at the Shawarma Snack Center in Ermita so when we attended Pope Francis' mass in Luneta, we made a quick stop here.


I had several memorable meals here but the food that we ate now was far from what I remember. Maybe they have a new cook or something. Even daughter did not enjoy her set lunch.


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  1. We go there to eat shawarma, too. We should visit again. Sayang naman if their quality has gone down pala...

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    1. Yeah, I was really disappointed too. I hope that the cook was just tired that day kasi lots of customers ...

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