I was on hibernation for a couple of weeks, I'm just too tired and too lazy to do anything, I'm not saying that I'm okay now cause I can't remember a time in my life that I felt like doing anything and I don't think there will come a time that I will, I'm just born lazy *grins*.
A few weeks ago, we had dinner at the General's Place, nope, we didn't dine with a general and his family or at his house as we don't know any military generals (at least, none that I know of), The General's Place is a diner located at Gen. Luna St. in Malabon City hence the name. It is an eatery mainly serving ---silog dishes with a billiard hall and a small internet cafe.
Note: Pardon the photos included in this post, the diner uses incandescent light bulbs thus all pics turned out yellowish.
It is a small establishment compared to its neighbors but it boast of a number of regular patrons, the time we were there, all the tables were occupied and the lady by the counter calls everyone suki (a customer of long standing), good thing we went and got seated a little earlier than dinner time *grins*.
Photo above was hubby's order, finger fish fillet with fried rice and sunny side up egg, it also comes with a sweet and sour sauce. I don't eat fish so I can't vouch for its taste but hubby said it was good, now it's up to you if you'll believe him *lol*.
This one (refer to the photo above) is a classic Pinoy food - tapsilog - it has beef tapa, fried rice and sunny side up egg, you can even ask for a vinegar dip if you like, another order of hubby and one of his favorite food aside from adobo and tocino *grins*. This time, I can swear it was good, the tapa is not dry and gummy unlike those of other tapsilugan and the serving is big, too.
Photo above was my son's preferred meal at the time, another Pinoy food classic - porksilog - it has breaded pork chop, fried rice and a sunny side up egg. And as usual, though it wasn't mine, I still took a little bite and I wasn't disappointed, it was good, the breading was tasty and the pork chop was big enough for sharing.
Photo above was my order, fried chicken, fried rice and sunny side up egg, more commonly known as chicksilog. They tag their chicken as chicken-ala-max, their own or copied version of Max's fried chicken *grins*, and in fairness to them, I kinda taste a hint of Max's.
Aside from the four ---silog(s) that we had, we also indulged in some pork barbecues and lumpiang shanghai, both were great-tasting, by the way.
I have forgotten how much each one cost or the accumulated bill that we had paid, but I am pretty sure that the prices ranges from 25-60php. A bargain, right?