[review]Honey Glazed Chicken @ kanto Freestyle Breakfast

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Right, So its been what?

A month since my last post. And I’m terribly sorry for the late updates. Then again, I feel like it would be pointless to continue apologizing for the inevitable– where life just literally leads you into a series of crazy, misshapen moments.

And regardless of these moments taking in place– we should never ever dare to forget to find a way to gain back our sanity.

What better way to get back to it than to eat! (Haha! this is just a quick disclaimer thou, I’m not a food blogger or foodie expert, I’m just your average consumer.)

So, here goes nothing.

The photo right above this post is called the Honey Glazed Chicken.

I first had a go at this place, during Scroll Down’s first visit here in Manila for the Battle of the Bands with Yellow Room Night.

Honestly, when I first had the chance, I didn’t get to enjoy the food as much, since I was dead tired by the end of the day. But, when I finally got the chance, I’m back here writing this review and just to share to you how crunchy and well prepared the meal was that morning. 

The rustic style setting and friendly service crew were definitely awesome. I hope they will always keep this kind of service, something that Mcdonald’s, Jollibee and other fast-food establishment fail nowadays. I mean, come on! Who wouldn’t be happy about this service. The clean environment, toilet and awesome food? (yes, I did dare to write down toilet together with the food as the end of the statement for this write up.)

It’s definitely a must see-go-eat food stop, no matter wherever you are in Manila. If there’s a Kanto Freestyle near you, all I can say is, what the hell are you waiting for?

get going.

grab the menu and just enjoy the good food.

Here’s us waiting for our food to come and bless us that morning.

Anyhow– this is all I can share for now.

see you guys again soon!

Published by Magsi Rover

Magsi Rover is the odd-ball who aspires to write, sketch and travel the world.

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