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Do you love Hainanese chicken as much as I do? I was able to try it in Singapore and instantly became addicted to it. I can seriously eat it on a weekly basis! And now, I am very happy that I don’t need to go out of the country anymore to satisfy my craving! Wee Nam Kee has authentic Singaporean cuisine and serves one of the best Hainanese chicken I’ve ever tasted (plus their sauces are soooo good). I heard about Wee Nam Kee's Yellow Chicken Festival online. Intrigued, my friend and I went to Wee Nam Kee in Glorietta 2 right away to check what the rave was all about. 

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I think we ordered too much for two people. Haha! Wee Nam Kee in Glorietta 2 (just beside Coffee Bean) is much more spacious than any branches I visited. This one has function rooms for gatherings and can accommodate 50-60 people. Which reminds me, my mom’s birthday is coming up….hmmmmmm. :)

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Steamed Chicken (Small P288 | Medium P488 | Large P888)—Yummy! It’s delicious and a healthy alternative to fried chicken. Steamed chicken is also good if you’re trying to bulk up. 

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Hainanese Yellow Chicken Rice (small-php388, medium-php768, large-php1,388)—Here it is! The star of the show! Haha! The yellow chicken is one of the world’s finest chicken breeds famed for its extra juicy flavor. It’s more premium than regular chicken because the skin is thicker and fatter when it’s cooked—so it’s juicier and more tender. You could really tell the difference from the white chicken. This is worth a try! 

I asked the crew why the yellow chicken is thicker and they told me it’s because of the chicken’s diet! They have their own exercise routine, they are walked around for a while then they are sent back to their cage. Unlike the local chicken wherein they run a lot so they have skinny…chicken legs. lol. 

Take advantage of the Yellow Chicken Festival because they only have it till June 30—and it’s available in only 2 of their branches (Glorietta 2 and Serendra).

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Stir-fried Clams in Spicy Sauce (php280)—If you like Singapore’s chili crabs, this one is something similar! I’m not a big fan of spicy food but this one is really good! You can request it if you want to make it spicier or lessen it. 

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Fried Mantou Bread (4pcs)—One of my favorites! You can dip it to the spicy sauce of the stir-fried clams or the chili crab. I personally like it with condensed milk! Eat it while it’s hot and crispy! 

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Cucumber Lime Fizz (Php120)—The cucumber lime is so refreshingly good! Perfect for this crazy summer weather!

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Marmite Pork Ribs (Php270)—Pork fried ribs coated in sweet marmite sauce topped with sesame seeds. It’s the vegemite that the Aussies eat with their breakfast, Wee name Kee turned it into a dish! Very tasty. 

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Hainanese Yellow Chicken Rice (Steamed and Roasted Combination-php1,388)—a combination of steamed yellow chicken and roasted chicken. Both tastes awesome but I personally like the steamed one better. 

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Hainanese chicken isn’t complete without the unlimited pounded ginger, dark soya sauce and chili sauce! I love how Wee Nam Kee is so generous when it comes to their condiments. But the thing is, you don’t need a lot because the dishes taste good on their own! 

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Warm Roti with Milk Tea Sauce (php115)—There’s always room for dessert. We’re so lucky we have desserts here! (Singaporeans are not big on desserts). Wee Nam Kee came up with playful renditions of Southeast Asian desserts like warm roti coated with milk tea sauce with caramelized bananas!

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3 Flavor Chocolate Truffle Buchi (php88)—My personal favorite! I highly recommend this one! This isn’t your ordinary buchi. It’s hot and crispy outside then you get that melted chocolate goodness when you bite it! There’s dark chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate! I highly recommend that you end your meal with this!!!! Your belly will not regret it! 

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Mango Sago Pudding (php185)—Wee Nam Kee took the components of mango sago and turned them into a tapioca pudding with panna cotta at the bottom. Very festive and refreshing! 

Visit Wee Nam Kee at Glorietta 2, Serendra, Ayala Triangle, Shangri-La Plaza, Trinoma, Alabang Town Center and The District Cavite. 

*BURP*

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Mornings, for me at least, are the most productive time of day. I wake up as early as 6 to have breakfast, exercise, check emails and read my favorite blogs. It’s quiet and there are no distractions. 

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Rise early and you actually have time for breakfast. It’s one of the most important meals of the day. Without it, you won’t have the energy your body needs in order to get through the day.

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McDonald’s is a great go-to place for breakfast with a wide range of quality and affordable breakfast offers—and they’re made from quality, fresh ingredients—served with a smile!                              

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My favorite McDonald’s breakfast meal— Egg McMuffin, Hash Browns and McCafe Premium Roast Coffee! (Sometimes, I also order the 2-pc Longganisa with Rice.) The Egg McMuffin is made from a freshly cracked Grade A egg, lightly grilled Canadian bacon, and melty American-style cheese in between warm perfectly toasted English muffins!

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There is no better way to start off your day than to wake up early and eat breakfast. Because of the breakfast I’ve eaten, I’ve gotten so much stuff done before 8 am, that by the time everyone else gets in to work, I’ve already gotten a head start. The Egg McMuffin tastes better with the McCafe Premium Roast Coffee: made from 100% premium Arabica beans.

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On March 18, Monday, McDonald’s Philippines joins 5,000 McDonald’s restaurants in Asia, Middle East and South Africa in staging the region’s first and biggest breakfast celebration to date—National Breakfast Day!

All McDonald’s restaurants serving breakfast in the country will be offering 1,000 McMuffins for FREE from 5am to 9am via dine-in, take-out or drive-thru! That’s a total of roughly 300,000 McMuffins! Whoa!

Have a good day on #nationalbreakfastday and make sure to drop by the McDonald’s breakfast store nearest you for your free McMuffin!    

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