No. 82, Daing Na Bangus (Marinated Milkfish) Silog Breakfast at Chowking

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 5, 2013
Hey, kids: guess what time is it? It's time to restart that Long March known as 100 Favorite Dishes (INSERT YEAR). YEAH!!! Hey, don't ding us for listicles: Weekly DataLab studies show ustedes love this gimmick, launched in honor of our coming...
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