CCP FEATURES TWO LIVING NATIONAL ARTISTS IN PULSO PILIPINAS II: ALAY NINA ALICE AT AGNES

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  MAKE a way and move to the beat as the Cultural Center of the Philippines presents Pulso Pilipinas II: Alay Nina Alice at Agnes as the second part of the CCP Dance Series (LIVE!) 2022, happening on September 30 at 8:00 PM (Gala Night), October 1, 2022 at 3:00 PM and 8:00 PM, and October 2, 2022 at 3:00 PM at the CCP Main Theater. This time, it will showcase jewels in the Filipino dance repertoire in a mixed program proudly presenting the selected classic iconic works of our two living National Artists for Dance - Alice Reyes and Agnes Locsin. This production will feature Agnes Locsin's "Igorot", "Moriones" and "Elias at Salome", as well as Alice Reyes' "Carmina Burana". Alice Reyes is recognized to have developed a distinctly Filipino modern dance idiom.   She is one of the pillars of Philippine Dance as her works and contributions were key in the development of the art in the country. She became the first in the Philippines to int

Nitchie's Vietnamese Noodle House

I am one big fan of Vietnamese Noodles!  
I particularly love Beef Stew Noodles.
But recently I am liking Buto-buto With Beef Stew Noodles. 

Last weekend, my bestfriend and I went to this not-so-famous noodle house located at the corner streets of Burgos and Manalo. Just a few steps away from Pilot Elementary School.


Here's what Nitchie's Vietnamese Noodle House is offering the public. My personal pick all the time is their special soup (buto-buto with Beef stew soup and noodles).







This time around we ordered Buto-buto with noodles and Beef-Stew soup. This the best in town!! So full of flavor and so delicious! You can tell that the meat is cooked to perfection, plus the soup is really delicious and surely is not cooked with artificial flavorings. 


My best-friend Denmay ordered Spring Rolls. Which is also a must-try when you visit the place.

And of course, the noodle soup menu isn't complete without the so called French Breads! Pictured below is the version of Garlic Bread. According to my friend the taste is just the usual taste for a garlic bread, nothing special, but it isn't that oily.

As for me, I ordered my favorite, French Bread with Chicken meat. :) It's yummy and have the after taste of a sweet and a bit sour combination of the mayonnaise and salty chicken meat. 



The noodle soup won't be complete without the sprouts and mint-leaves. A bit of pepper and some chili sauce will surely be perfect!!



Nitchie's Vietnamese Noodle house is open Monday to Saturday 10AM to 2PM and 5PM to 9PM. 

My Rates:

Ambiance/Venue : 3/5
Food: 5/5
Service/Staff: 4/5

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