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Breakfast at Ling Nam Noodle House - More Filipino in Vallejo

Melanie Wong | Jan 27, 200407:41 PM     3

After following the tradition on Chinese New Year's Day of eating only vege, to break my fast on Thursday, I wanted some meat. A combo Filipino breakfast from Ling Nam turned out to be a meat eater's delight for $6.95 and kept me well-fed for lunch too.

I chose pork chops and longonisa. Lo and behold, the combo includes TWO pork chops and TWO fat links of red-stained sausage, along with garlic rice, a couple slices of tomato, and two small fried eggs. The pork chops were deep-fried and golden, staying moist and sweet. They had a rim of that tasty firm fat that I tried hard to not eat. I didn't like the longanisa as well, too sweet/candied for my taste. The garlic rice was dryer and not as oily as the others I've tried.

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