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Nanyang, Revisited

Most of the time we encounter difficulty in choosing where to dine out. Even if there's the family consensus to dine in a new restaurant, we usually end up going to our favorite resto. And one such resto that we won't get tired of, is Nanyang. Luckily, Nanyang has branches in both Makati and Ortigas, which we frequent a lot, aside from the branches in BGC and SM Aura. Also, Nanyang is available for delivery via GrabFood so yey!

We love Nanyang because this is where we can have our fill of Singaporean food favorites. And the drinks are good also.

For this round, I had the Hainanese Fried Chicken while my daughter had her favorite Homemade Nasi Lemak. 

My other favorite at Nanyang is the laksa, while hubby goes for Hainanese Fried Chicken also. For drink, it's Yuan Yang. 

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Mandaluyong City

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Makati City 

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Mandaluyong City


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