Pork and chicken wonton soup topped with fried garlic and green onions. Buffet DADS Kamayan Saisaki, Manila PHILIPPINES
So this is a Filipino version of wonton soup originally from the Iloilo district. I’ve had this several times before but never knew what it was called. There were only a few actual wontons in there and a lot of broken pieces of wonton wrapper, but what do you expect from a buffet. I really like the flavors of this soup though, and I think it’s more hearty than the Chinese version.
Drag performance in Malate. I was impressed at the quality of their performance and choreography!
Crispy spring rolls with chicken and vegetables, served with crispy wonton chips and sweet & sour sauce. Garnished with lettuce and orange slice. $6.50 Go Bistro, San Francisco (SFO)
I guess you really can’t mess up spring rolls unless they’re super greasy, so these were just fine. Nothing special about them, but sometimes you just need something hot and fried to tie you over before boarding an airplane.
Sierra Nevada pale ale. $6.79 I also think that it’s also a safe bet to have a beer (or cocktail) before a flight. It loosens you up in case you’re seated by annoying passengers. 🙂