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mack’s chicken inasal atbp

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Atbp is one of my favorite abbreviations. It’s the Filipino version of  ‘etc’ and is short for ‘at iba pa’ which translated means ‘and other stuff.’

When it comes to the Filipino joints at La Pau Sat, I’ve been pretty loyal to Panyeros which gives you two ulams (viands aka things to pair with your rice) and rice for an easy SGD5. Sadly, their dinner menu is pretty sparse so on a recent dinner trip with Jay, I opted to try out Mack’s.

macks

Tapsilog! Bits of tapa (on the chewy side), a fried egg (perfect), steamed rice (they have garlic rice too) and a slice of cucumber and tomato. The price? Also SGD5. I doused mine with spicy garlic vinegar. Hit the spot after a long day at work. Next time I’m gonna try out the chicken.

Mack’s Chicken Inasal Atbp: Lau Pa Sat Raffles Quay and Boon Tat Street Singapore

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Written by joann

January 27, 2009 at 10:53 pm

Posted in filipino, hawker/street food, singapore

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  1. I love the Chicken! And the vinegar! 🙂

    You should also try their pork barbeque. Yummy!

    Kermit

    February 5, 2009 at 10:26 pm

    • kermit – consider the pork bbq on my list of things to do.

      joann

      February 18, 2009 at 11:34 pm


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