Sunday, November 28, 2010


A word commonly used in Singapore and Malaysia which conveys a strong feeling of sheer pleasure and happiness.  That's exactly how I felt when I ate at this hole in the wall place in the Bonifacio area.  Born out of love (girlfriend-pushes-chef-boyfriend-to-put-up-the-restaurant type of story), Shiok serves Singaporean and Asian meals at very affordable prices.

Open kitchen

Quite a small place with seating capacity of about 30 only

The menu

A closer look at the menu

On the table

Every time I eat in any Asian restaurant, I always look for Hainanese chicken rice.  A dish originated from Hainan, China, hence the name, other neighboring countries like Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore (my favorite) have created their own versions.

I can eat this everyday.  Their version is lean and very tasty.  Shiok-lah!

Extra rice please! *wink*

Char kway teow which literally means "stir-fried rice cake strips"

Roti prata -- Perfect appetizer

Iced horlicks

I'm so addicted to Horlicks!  Where can I get this in Manila?!

Affordably priced good food.  Need I say more?


0105 Forum Building
Bonifacio Stop Over, 31st and 2nd Streets
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig, Philippines
Tel.: (632) 466-6291

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