Hungry Neighbors

Hungry NeighborsWe went out for a dinner to make up for our postponed long weekend plans and hold a birthday surprise for Krisha. We planned to have it at City Meat-Up, unfortunately, it’s closed on Mondays so we decided to try Hungry Neighbors instead which is only a few blocks away from our former choice.

I thought it’s a simple food stop or pizza parlor at first but seeing what’s in the menu pleased my senses. They offer variety of dishes including steak, pasta, sandwiches and rice meals. The staff were so accommodating and really paid attention to our needs as per the birthday surprise part. Ang tiyaga nilang makinig kahit paiba-iba bilin at ang kulit namin. Haha!My personal pick was Hungry Grilled Pork and I can say it’s worth the price given that the serving size is pretty big and it’s delicious. I think Pasta Puttanesca is also a must-try and I’m eyeing on their Don Buri Series and Lechon Macau which I hope to try soon!Hungry NeighborsHUNGRY GRILLED PORK (P198).Hungry NeighborsPORK TONKATSU (P198).Hungry NeighborsPASTA AND SAUSAGE COMBO – Pasta Puttanesca and Grilled Shublig (P205).Hungry NeighborsBEEFY MUSHROOM (P195).

*Visit Hungry Neighbors at Ground Floor Casa Mitzi Bldg., Sto. Rosario St., Sto. Domingo, Angeles City or in Mac Arthur Highway Dolores, CSFP

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