RAC’s Baby Rock

When it comes to good food there are few places that I highly recommend for you to dine here in Victorias.

I will individually make an article about it. Right now,  let me start with this one hole in the wall.

If you are a first timer in Victorias you will surely miss this place since the area is quite small. It is squeezed between Manang Trading and TRAMCAR. However if your sense of smell is as sensitive as mine you will surely find the place. The aroma of sauteed onions and garlic intermingling with the scent of fresh ground beef is astounding and that what welcomes you in their doorway.

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The inside of the café is quite small but the feeling of coziness compensate the smallness of the area. When you get to bite with their specials for sure you will forget the measurement of the space and instead appreciate the tastefulness of the food they served.

 

The Beefy Slider (Php 60.00)  is the first on my list. The patty is perfectly pan-fried with enough seasoning on it,sandwich in a toasted bun with slices of tomatoes, onions and lettuce. They also spread it with their special sauce.

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Beefy Slider

 

Another favorite is the Hungarian Chili Con Carne (Php 50.00), slices of sausages on a hotdog bun topped with ground beef, chopped onions and tomatoes with spicy Texan sauce.

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Hungarian Chili Con Carne

If you want to be healthy, they also have Chicken Asparagus (Php 35.00) and Chicken Waldorf (Php 70.00) sandwiches. I have heard they now serve Tuna sandwich too, isn’t it great…delicious and healthy!

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Chicken Waldorf

Oh before I forget, they too baked one of the best Revel Bars (Php 25.00) I tried, better than Bob’s (that’s my personal opinion). The chocolate (I believe it’s Nutella) that swirls in with the butter that create a somewhat marbled effect in the bar makes it look so enticing and I had a hard time resisting the bite.

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Menu Board

RACs served delicious food in an affordable price. You better try it and be captivated.

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Pasta with Kultis Pesto

This is a healthy and very easy pasta recipe not to mention very affordable.

ingredients (bulubanta lang ni tanan):
Tuna or sardines in oil
minced garlic
minced onion
olive or canola oil
kulitis leaves
a handful of peanuts or other nuts (optional)
salt & pepper
Onion flakes
500 grams Pasta (spaghetti or fettucinni or penne or ano lang gusto ninyo 😀

Procedure:
Kulitis  Pesto:
In a blender, combine blanched kulitis  leaves, nuts,olive oil,minced garlic, salt & pepper. Pulse a few times until all ingredients are blended together.

To cook:
In a hot pan, pour a few drops of olive/canola oil. Sautée garlic, onion,  and sardines or tuna. Add kulitis pesto. Add cooked pasta and toss well.sprinkle with cayenne powder and top with onion flakes.

Food Trip #12 – Liberty Condensada Leche Flan

Gusto kung talaga gumawa ng leche flan but i thought its quite hard to cook it, until one day nasa grocery ako nakikiusyoso lang (wala kasi magawa that weekend) nakita ko ang recipe ng leche flan sa likod ng Liberty Condensada can, another surprise it uses whole eggs instead of the yolks lang.

Below is the recipe of my Liberty Condensada Leche Flan (as my memory can remember)

INGREDIENTS:
1 – 300ml Liberty Condensada
4 – whole eggs

1 – 154ml evaporated milk (i prefer small alipne Evaporated milk)
1/2 cup sugar

PROCEDURE:
1. I put the sugar in the llanera, put it in the toaster and let it caramelized
2. Mix all the rest of the ingredients
3. let the water boil first before putting the mixture in the steamer
4. wait for 45 minutes and Viola! masarap na leche flan di ba easy lang 🙂

This is my Leche Flan
My 1st leche flan – was so excited, i almost forgot to take a photo

Liberty Condensada – 300 ml

Food Trip # 9 – Spring in the City…I’m so in Love

No words can fully express how i felt when I had my first bite of this whimsically designed bread from BreadTalk.

Badly captured tsk tsk tsk

This fanciful bread dolled up generously with spring onions, ham, carrots and floss had left me speechless. Every bite gave me that blissful feeling that i had not never experienced before. It  an explosion of luscious flavors that reminds me of happy moments. Every nibble, every chew brought me to cloud 9.

Eagerly waiting for our spring in the city

My husband is now in Manila, he surely knows what pasalubong to bring *wink* I love you Langga 🙂

Food Trip #8 – Mcdo Chicken Fillet Sandwich

It was lunch and I’m craving for Jollibee spaghetti but i convinced myself to try some meals in Mcdonalds. I havent eaten there for a long time, so this is the time 😀
I ordered the chicken fillet sandwich value meal with drinks at Php 50.00 and fries at Php 25.00

Chicken Fillet with Drinks – Php 50.00 Mcdo Fries – Php 25.00

The only thing i love about this meal is the Heinz ketchup. It’s thicker and richer in flavor. The burger and fries nothing memorable. Next time if i want a value meal chicken sandwich or burger i should go to KFC or Jollibee where their value meals are of true value. hay naku!

Food Trip # 7 – Jollibee Beef n’ Mushroom (39ers)

Among the 3 variants of Jollibee 39ers, its the Beef and Mushroom that i love the most. It reminds me of the karne prita (without the mushroom) cooked by mother earth.
The aroma of garlic, the oiliness of the dish ( love oily dish as long as not too much hehehe), the equal serving of beef and mushroom hmm rapsa! Sometimes i can’t help it but order another one for take out *winks*

Jollibee Beef n’ Mushroom – Php 39.00
BTW, I just have to warn you, not to order this meal when its noon or the place is full because you either get a lot of mushroom with few slivers of beef or a small equal serving of mushrooms and beef and a lot of toasted garlic, experienced that at Jollibee SM Bacolod. You wouldn’t want that, would you?
I recommend ordering it at Jollibee Northdrive or in Lacson district. Just a tip,  have it  in the morning between 8:30 to 10:30. They served it generously in those times 🙂