I’ve already mentioned this a few times, but my main camera broke when I was in the Philippines, and so I had to use my backup camera. The only problem is, I forgot to bring the battery charger We went to the Canon repair center in Manila and along with taking 3 weeks to fix my main camera, they called all the Canon stores throughout Manila and couldn’t find a charger for my small backup point and shoot camera. So I was kind of out of luck.
So having my point and shoot camera on its last leg, with just a bit of battery left, Ying and I decided to jump in a taxi and go to Pat Pat’s Kansi, a restaurant I had seen on Foursquare, and thought would make a good last meal in Manila (https://foursquare.com/v/patpats-kansi/4bb026acf964a520d5393ce3).
I ordered the kansi, a big bowl of beef soup with a giant club sized bone in the middle, full of bone marrow. We also ordered some grilled squid, a grilled boneless bangus (milkfish), and fresh lumpia. All the food at Pat Pat’s Kansi was excellent – I especially enjoyed the kansi and the boneless bangus, but the squid was also good. Our waitress showed me how to make a simple Filipino sauce of soy sauce, calamansi, and chilies to eat along with everything. If you’re looking for a good restaurant in the Makati area of Manila, Pat Pat’s Kansi is a cool restaurant to check out.
This food travel video was produced by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens. The music in this video is from Audio Network.
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