EAT MAKATI: Wooden Spoon

Another after-class dinner at Powerplant. I’ve eaten here once with my Highschool friend. But Jude hasn’t. And since it was already almost closing time, I wasn’t able to take pictures. So let’s go directly to our order. 


Crab Pansit – Php 165 A very light and creamy mixture on top of crispy noodles. I never thought I will ever like this. But it was sooooo G-O-O-D. This is worthy to be one of their signature dishes.

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Wooden Spoon Crispy Chicken – Php 195 Chopped in bite size pieces, this is really worth your penny! 

IMG_4839Adobo Flakes – Php 195  It was light and crispy. I liked its crispiness – it wasn’t like all the other adobo flakes that suddenly break into pieces. It’s paired with their own dip. 

IMG_4840Everything tasted so good. How do you know if it’s good? We finished everything. Aside from that, with only one try, Wooden Spoon climbed its way up to one of my most seemingly favorite restaurants. Hihi. See you soon, Wooden Spoon! 



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