Food Trip at Happy tummy

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with their Tag line – “eat good, feel good”

Because we love to eat and explore something new, we tried this new burger joint here in Calamba – “Happy Tummy by Kitchen Central“… The place is perfect hang-out spot because of their cute interior and individual cribs inside where you can relax because of its instagrammable and comfortable ambiance.

As you enter, the crew will give you order slip where you can write your order based on their menu list. You will be made as you order so you need to wait for 20 minutes or more for your order to be served.

Their specialties – burgers and milkshakes, they serve gourmet burgers on their premium and colorful buns. Each patty is in quarter pound sizes made from pure and juicy beef. Burger Price starts at 89Php

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Happy Tummy Burger – single quarter pound beef patty, vegies, cheese and sauce with flavored fries
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Double HappyTummy Burger – two quarter pound beef, cheese and special sauce with vegies and fries
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Superman’s Tummy Burger – single quarter pound beef patty, vegies, pineapple, egg, cheesy onion rings with their special sauce and fries

Their freak milkshakes are tastes good and insanely indulgent. Toppings are decorated and whipped up with cookies, chocolates, marshmallows and creamy sauces piled into mason jars. Milkshake Price starts at 59Php.

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They also have nachos, flavored and gourmet fries and rice meals such as tapa, pork sliced BBQ and Longgalog. All rice meals are topped with egg and can be serve as Ala carte or with flavored juices such as iced tea, blue lemonade or cranberry.

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Their signature  “Thebesttapaever”

Great food and experience… Happy eating!!!! 🙂

Food ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Value for Money ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Place ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Service ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

Overall ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

Location: 2nd floor fronting Building, National Highway Halang, Calamba City
Operating Hours: 12:00NN – 12:00MN; Monday to Sunday
Contact Nos: 049-306-1875
Facebook: happytummyhalang

Disclosure:  I wrote this article with my own biases, opinions, and insights.

A visit to Pepe’s House

My five years old son starting to wonder, “Who is Dr. Jose Rizal? And why He has a monument/statue?”  So I answered: “He is our National Hero and serve our country a long time ago, when we have free time we will drop by to his house…” He’s so like me when I was at the same age, but during my time my grandmother gave me children’s book about Jose Rizal’s childhood life written in Filipino….

So last Sunday right after we attended the holy mass I told to my son that we will visit Jose Rizal’s House since it’s a walking distance from St. John the Baptist Parish Church. (The house is right across the town church where He was baptized)

Dr. Jose Protacio Rizal also called Pepe as his nickname which derived in Latin, were they always followed “P.P” letters in San Jose’s name that stands for Pater Putativus (St. Joseph is the putative or commonly accepted Father of Christ) in which Spaniards pronounce “P as Peh”, giving Jose’s nickname as Pepe.

Dr. Jose Rizal was born at Calamba City Laguna, where their ancestral house was built. Unfortunately, the original house was destroyed during World War II; thereafter exact replica of the original house was rebuilt using the same materials from the original structure.

Now, Rizal’s shrine is one of the tourist spots here in Calamba aside from hot spring resorts. It serves as a museum of the memorabilia’s of Rizal childhood.

No entrance fee but donations are welcome. Opens Tuesday to Sunday 8:00 AM to  4:00PM

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How to go to Jose Rizal Shrine:

  1. From Manila: ride a bus with Sta. Cruz Signage, ask conductor to drop you off to Waltermart Calamba, from there, ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you off to Jose Rizal Shrine. You can also ride a bus with Mayapa/ Calamba Signage, tell the conductor to drop you off to the Crossing Terminal beside Calamba Medical Center, then ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you off to Jose Rizal Shrine.(Regular Fare is 10Php but if you want a special trip it cost 40Php)
  2. From Alabang: ride a bus at Alabang South Station, look for a bus with Mayapa/Calamba or Sta. Cruz Signage Tell the conductor to drop you off to Waltermart (for Sta. Cruz Signage) or to Crossing Terminal (for Mayapa/Calamba Signage) from there ride a tricyle and ask the the drive to drop you off to Jose Rizal Shrine
  3. From Batangas: Ride a bus going to Alabang/ Cubao/ LRT (make sure the bus will not pass-by to Star tollway) ask conductor to drop you off to Turbina. From Turbina, ride a jeepney with Crossing/SM Calamba Signage, From there ride a tricycle going to Jose Rizal Shrine.

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