Chicken Charlie Panay

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| Posted in , , , | Posted on 12/08/2011 08:06:00 AM

Finally tried Chicken Charlie! I went there last December 6 and decided to compare it with my Bonchon Chicken experience. To be fair with Bonchon, I ordered my Charlie’s hot and spicy chicken wings for takeout and waited for 45 minutes before eating.

"We are on a dry run"

Chicken Charlie Panay Ave had their soft opening just December 3 2011. The place is at the corner of Panay and Timog Ave, just behind BPI. The place is very neat and has six 4 seater tables and one 2 seater table. The staff is very friendly and dealt with my orders and inquiries politely.







Like Bonchon, the chicken wings retained its crispiness after 45 minutes. But the taste is different because of the soy garlic. I found the hot and spicy not as hot as Bonchon’s but I do like the flavour. I also tried their potato wedges, which I find a little salty for my taste. I enjoyed eating the Chicken Charlie bowl, the price of Php 59 is reasonable for a bowl of extra crunchy chicken strips with soy garlic sauce and rice.


I am not a food blogger or a critic, so I don’t have to say which double fried chicken is better. I can say that their foods are cheaper but they don’t offer a lot of food variety. I do like to go back to Chicken Charlie (like I always go back to Bonchon) and try the rest of their menu. Good thing Panay Ave is very near to our place.

Experience Windows Phone 7 Using Your Android and iOS Device

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| Posted in , , | Posted on 12/02/2011 04:55:00 PM

Microsoft is now offering the Windows Phone 7 experience on your iOS and Android device via a WP Emulator. This won’t change the operating system of your phone, but will give you the feel of using it.


Microsoft is offering Windows Phone 7 experience/demo on phone running on iOS or Android. The steps are simple, just come back with your phone and visit http://aka.ms/wpdemo to check out the demo. The demo lets you swipe through Windows Phone and experience the mobile OS first hand. Microsoft populated the photos and contacts to make the demo feel as real as possible. There’s also a blue dot that’ll help you navigate the important parts of the demo. I gave it a test run and enjoyed using it for a few minutes. It does a reasonable job of mimicking the Mango interface and is as close as you can get to the real thing without going to a store and handling an actual phone.
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