until now, Kurat sticks just can't get out of my mind and i've been trying to look for this in Manila. having hopes that i'll find this somewhere.after a tiring trip from coco beach in Gumasa in Sarangani province, we traveled back to Gensan. met with other bloggers from Davao and Gensan again and had dinner at Lagao Mak's barbecue station.but we made sure that we won't miss dropping by Piyesta restaurant because of it is owned by a blogger and online friend Dona Mae Congson. our host couple Sheng and Kyaw joined us. we ordered mango shake but Dona offered us one of their specialty, the Kurat sticks.at first look, it is like an ordinary fried lumpia or a cheese stick but not when you closely look at it. it's actually a green pepper covered with a lumpia wrapper. i then expected it to be so spicy but it isn't.it tasted just right a bit spice and a bit of a typical fried lumpia. tasted so good that until now i'm still craving for it. something that i highly recommend apart from the other special dishes in their menu. thanks to Dona Mae Congson for the Kurat sticks and for including a photo of our visit there in their new menu cover. Piyesta KTV and Resto bar is at the ground level of Robinson's mall General Santos City.
Happy Easter bai!
oh,dami ko nadi-discover na new food dito ah.. Happy Easter dong!!
NO NO NO dogho!!! THANK YOU!!! hehehehehehe…. yey!!! pagbalik nyo dito kain kayo ulit...
Naku nakakain na rin ako dyan... twice! i always recommend it with friends kasi sulit talaga! Di ko alam na blogger din pala ang may ari... mahihiya na ako pumunta... jijijijijiji...
natikman ko na din to and it's not spicy as I thought. sa music 21 sa qc ata yon eh. Not sure lang. Akala kasi namin lumpia lang kaya nagorder kami hehehe...
lumpia with green peppers?
i think i'll pass. i'm afraid of irritating any blood vessel down under, hehehe.
have a happy easter and a blessed weeks ahead, dom!
as in green pepper lang laman?! hmmm... wonder how it tastes like...
ah yan pala yung binabanggit mo sa plurk! :P
parang ka-curious yang lumpia na me green peeper. kala ko naman yung siling nilalagay sa sinigang...wag na.lol
Happy Easter.. the words r different but i think i know wat u r talking abt. it isnt available here but we could experiment b try to do it
l'll take a mental note of kurat sticks from now on. Haven't tried that. Sana meron ding ganyan sa Binondo para medyo malapit lang.
Saw your blog comment in my recent post, as much as I want to meet up with blogger pals, 1 week was too short. :( Don't worry, I'll be home again this December.
kurat as in mean gulat?
That looks yummy. Okay so 3rd blog entry na to na food pa rin, kakagutom na talga ha!
wow... i want i want... i love spicy stuff...anyway happy easter :)
Ooo looked so yummy. It looked like our spring roll. Happy Easter to you.
wow, kakaiba yan ha. wanna try too!
next entry na! dali na! *winks*
wow ang sarapng lumpia!happy easter bro!
nyaks....happy easter nga pala!!! woah enjoy na enjoy talaga buhay mo ah hehe....sarap....keep ur posts up! ^^
another new discovery. pretty soon that would be in manila restos
um, hindi ko din alam yang kurat sticks na yan...interesting name at mukhang masarap...I think I'll like it. :)
kurat sticks...looks interesting, then i don't like chillis much :D Enjoy!
Wow! All of that looks very, very good!
Uy nice! You can order that in Mag:Net as well. Masarap nga sya :D
Kurat sticks? I never heard of that. Bago ba yan, Dong? I will definitely try that when I go home. Sana meron din yan sa Cebu. :)
I'd like to taste that food, it looks very good!
uhmm, it looks good ha. sana meron ding ganyan dito sa manila para matikman ko sya.
happy easter dongho!
wow, kurat stick! bago sa pandinig at paningin ko yan ah. parang relyenong sili. may palaman sa loob.
hmmmm! nakakagana yung kurat sticks,
oi, di ko pa natitikman yan! di ko yata nakikita pa yan sa mga restos dito sa metro manila.
Interesting! It's worth a try.
mukhang masarap nga, ah!
happy weekend, dong!
hi! i have just followed ur nice blog...
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