Hole in the Wall: Pungko-Pungko at Redemptorist
I had some ginabot, ngohiong, okoy, lumpia ang longanisa for brunch. I was with my cousin Lotlot and my aunt's nurse Christine. I really love it here because some stalls serve okoy (shrimp cake) and fish cake made of bolinaw or anchovies. I do not usually find those in other pungko pungko outlets. It was really a good meal and I might visit this place once again in the near future when I crave for okoy.
This blog entry also signals my return to blogging after a week of posting nothing. I will be posting a lot of food adventures this summer so watch out. ;)
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