Our Taft Challenge should have ended with a bang… like us trying out Exile at the back of Burgundy. Sadly though, we ended up in Sinangag Express because there was an event in DLSU that friday and everywhere else was full! So instead of posting about such common place, I end our Taft Challenge with this last post from FLAMING WINGS which was sooooo good!!!
I don’t have any decent picture of the place since the interior is not worth mentioning anyway… can we just move on to the food?
The entire menu of Flaming Wings! A lot of choices, I must say. The prices were reasonable as the food was very delightful.
We ordered first the MOZZI STICKS (Php 160) for appetizer. It was so chewy and light and cheesy (duh) hahaha!!! My friends and I enjoyed this light meal especially when dipped to its partner sauce!
PINK LEMONADE (I got this and I really enjoyed its refreshing taste! It’s not too sour!) and RED ICED TEA!
TENDERS MEAL (Php 150) - you can choose the flavor, the dip and the drinks! Super suliiiiiiit! :)
3 PC. - WINGS MEAL (Php 150) - I ordered extra MASHED POTATO (Php 45) since I was very hungry!So carbo overload!!!
We decided to share our dips - BLEU CHEESE, RANCH, and HONEY MUSTARD. I personally loved Ranch! :D
CREAMY SEAFOOD LINGUINE (Php 145 for regular) - It was a little bit ‘malansa' or it really takes a lot like sea food (duh) haha but it was so creamy which was a good thing.
WICKED OREOS (Php 80) with vanilla ice cream for the win!!!
Okay, here are some non-food photos!
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(4/11/14 - BioNight) So I got the ‘Darling/Teacher’s Pet Award’ for our batch. It’s pretty innate for me to help out and volunteer (it started way back in grade school) to help my teachers. Maybe it is because my mother is one and I’d really appreciate it if her students would help her out just to make things a little bit easier for her. So I basically did everything - set up projectors, collect class cards, make seat plans, distribute manuals, post reminders I received through texts photocopy materials, etc… - without any qualm whatsoever… It felt really nice talking to professors and even being friends with some (and learning bits of wisdom). But one thing I’ll never forget is when Ma’am Sia told me that I was the first one to ever help her in setting up the projector. It maybe pretty shallow but the simple ‘thank you’ and kind words were enough to not mind people’s remarks of me being sipsip since being a teacher’s pet seems to have a bad connotation in our society. Kahit hassle yung chain and dog collar proud na rin ako, hahaha at least may award di ba? (at Mayfair Tower Condominium)
I am not the type of person who’s always in luck. Or the type who feels when she’s in luck. But yesterday, for the first time in forever, I felt like one. And it was awesome!
Here are the few reasons why I felt that way:
I know these are pretty shallow things and didn’t win the lottery or something as big but it just feels good to know that sometimes you can be lucky… since I’ve had waaaay more crappy days to last my entire lifetime and a single day of luck is enough compensation for 1/8 of those.