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  1. AEF
    Oct 09 - 3:59 pm

    I usually visit this place with my colleagues. This is one of the restos that we’d love going back to. For the food and for a good talk. :) 나는 DonDay 사랑 해요.

    Ah! there’s a new branch at Timog :) yay!

  2. AEF
    Oct 09 - 3:58 pm

    I usually go here with my colleagues. This is one place we’d love to go back to, for food and for a good talk. :) 나는 DonDay 사랑 해요.

    Ah! there’s a new branch at Timog :) yay!

  3. erin
    Aug 03 - 3:10 pm

    what time dose this restau close?

    • AEF
      Oct 09 - 3:53 pm

      10pm. :)

  4. AnnaB
    May 07 - 6:49 pm

    This place is good and cheap too :D I loved their side dish choices. It'd be good though if you eat earlier than 8PM so that side dishes are still warm. About Diarrhea, we didn't have diarrhea after <and my dad and sister have really sensitive stomachs)—perhaps it's possible that you didn't cook the pork well? it's a possibility :)

  5. ana
    Apr 20 - 10:52 pm

    don day is the best place to go if you're craving for korean food especially the samgyupsal! that's the food the author features in this article.

    • @gymger80
      Apr 21 - 9:45 am

      안녕하세요! 감사합니다!
      (hello! thank you! in Korean! hehe)

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  7. redfullmoon
    Mar 03 - 9:54 am

    don day is super sulit! .-)

    btw it's located in Teacher's Village (well technically Malingap is the street cutting between Teachers Village and Sikatuna village), UP Village kabilang part na yun, bandang tomato kick :-)

    • eugene
      Mar 04 - 10:37 am

      ahhhh… thanks for the clarification! I always get the two confused. :)

    • @ejarbo
      Mar 06 - 9:14 pm

      ahhh thanks for the clarification! I always get the 2 confused.

  8. eric
    Feb 07 - 1:24 am

    most of my friends had diarrhea after dining at this place, THRICE!!! they promised never to go back

    • @ejarbo
      Feb 07 - 11:43 am

      you mean your friends ate there twice, had diarrhea each time, and then went back for a third time? di naman matigas ang ulo. haha

      seriously though, we didn't have any bout of diarrhea naman when we ate there. :)

    • AEF
      Oct 09 - 3:55 pm

      maybe they had low tolerance for spicy food…

  9. @ZenKimchi
    Jan 19 - 2:20 pm

    "Don" comes from Chinese and means both "pig" and "money." So it's a pun on "Pay Day."

    • ejarbo
      Jan 19 - 3:26 pm

      ahhh so that's why the waitress couldn't tell us what "day" meant. Haha!

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