- Anne Curtis went back to Mandaluyong where she spend her childhood
- She shared a short story about her favorite childhood food and their “suki”
- The actress said it feels great to revisit good old memories
Anne Curtis went back on memory lane as she shared a story about her favorite childhood food- Taho.
On Instagram, Anne shared that for an episode of Magandang Buhay, the actress went back to the old streets of Mandaluyong. She said that when she was younger, they would always buy Taho from a seller named Mang Boy. She wrote, “When I was young lagi kami bumibili ng Taho kay Mang Boy. Suki namin siya sa may amin sa Mandaluyong. As in every day.” [We were loyal customers of Mang Boy, everyday we would buy Taho from him.]
And much to her surprise, Anne met Mang Boy’s Son, Kuya Sendong, who continued his father’s selling job.
Anne said, “Ang saya lang, kasi after namin mag shoot saktong napadaan din si Kuya Sendong! Ang saaaaaaarap ng taho. Sakto at parehas din ang timpla ng Kay Mang Boy! Yan Kuya Sendong!” [It was so fun because while we were shooting, Kuya Sendong passed by. Taho tastes so good!]
When I was young lagi kami bumibili ng Taho kay Mang Boy. Suki namin sya sa may amin sa Mandaluyong. As in every day… Today, I got to meet his son Kuya Sendong. He told me na wala na daw ung tatay nya at sya na daw ang nagpapatuloy sa pagtataho. Nakakamiss. Ang saya lang, kasi after namin mag shoot saktong napadaan din si Kuya Sendong! Ang saaaaaaarap ng taho. Sakto at parehas din ang timpla ng Kay Mang Boy! Yan Kuya Sendong! As promised. Pinost ko picture natin. Yeeeeeez. Sikat na yan! At ung Tropang Balibag! ??? Thank you Magandang Buhay for bringing me back sa kabataan ko. Abangan nyo episode ko sa Monday. #BatangMandaluyong #Mandaleña #HappyGirl #TropangBalibag
The host-actress even used the hashtags “Batang Mandaluyong” and “Happy Girl”. Anne thanked the Magandang Buhay team for bringing her back to good old times.
Anne stars in the upcoming movie, “Sid and Aya: Not a Love Story” with Dingdong Dantes. It is directed by Irene Villamor; the director behind hit romcoms “Camp Sawi” and “Meet Me in St. Gallen.” It opens on May 30 on cinemas nationwide.