Fat Boy’s Pizza, Chowking & Seafood Island

Who loves to eat? WE ALL DO. That feeling when you’re full and your cravings are satisfied, AH HEAVEN. *burp* Excuse me. :) We all know what comes next. (Are we on the same page? You’re not thinking about..you know. Just kidding. Lol) The guilt you’ll feel later because you ruined your diet. Everyday cheat day? No. But, seriously, pigging out makes us contented for awhile.

Without further ado, here’s a photo diary of my food adventures from Fatboys Pizza Pasta, Chowking and Seafood Island.


I’m now a big fan of Fat Boy’s. The Classic Pizza: Beef Bonanza (Beef, Mushroom, Onion & Bell Pepper) is divine. The thin crust is perfect. Momma likes. ;)  The chicken and chips are well-cooked. Crispy and tasty.


Moving on~

I must say, Chowking‘s service improved. They used to be very slow. For our late afternoon meal, we ordered Family Lauriat Set C: 5 pcs. Fried Chicken, Pancit Canton, Chopsuey, Rice & Drinks that’s good for 3.

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Segue. Beautiful Sunset, isn’t it? :)

We surveyed our options for dinner. We went with the first place we looked, Seafood Island. The place was already full packed when we came back shortly so we ended up waiting for a table. The hungry people escalated quickly.


Seafood Island is known for their boodle fight style feasts (see photo below). That’s Magellan’s Landing (danggit chips, kinilaw na tanigue, grilled tilapia, grilled squid, grilled shrimps, steamed crabs, chicken inasal, grilled talong and bagoong rice). It is good for 5-6 persons for Php 1,250. Everything tastes like the usual delicious Filipino seafood. My Dad was a fan of the rice too. But, the serving size was a letdown. We kind’a expected more.


That’s it for this food porn post. Join me again soon for more fooood. Send me love at TwitterTumblr Instagram

\m/ MAZE

5 Responses to “Fat Boy’s Pizza, Chowking & Seafood Island”
  1. ninoalmendra says:

    wow!!! I miss the foods of Seafoods Island…

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