We always do lunch so now, we’re going out for dinner. Rooftop at City Garden Hotel
We always do lunch so now, we’re going out for dinner. Rooftop at City Garden Hotel
I think this is our first time to try a restaurant not in Poblacion and I guess it’s safe to say, Good Job! 😀 This one is a good find!
The restaurant has a Brunchfast menu that is available all day and they also have your Build your own Plate for those who want their meals a little more specific to their taste. Here’s what we ordered:
I have no idea why 4 of us ordered the same food – Chicken Burrito at Php 260 – Yellow Rice, Egg, Sesame Slaw, Nacho, Sour Cream and Hot Sauce.
The upside? It was a good choice. Each of them liked what they had on their plates.
Crispy Pork Belly at Php 300 – Fried Rice, Kropek, Honey Hoisin and Greens
It has enough viand and meat was bite size. It’s the type where you would want more.
59c Chicken Tausi Asian Goreng – Php 280 – Fried Rice, Siomai, Fried Egg, Crispy Dilis, Peanuts and Kropek
Let me just say it out there that it was pretty delicious although there is some room for improvement. One, they should ask how customers want their eggs. I’d like mine scrambled. I ended up giving my egg away. Two, they did not serve siomai – it was a dumpling. If kitchen ran out, they should disclose it to the customer. Third, I know the chicken is cooked in Tausi but I’d prefer to have my chicken stay longer in the pan. It was a bit pale. Fourth, just my own preference (No Green Peas please and no cornick).
Power Bowl at Php 240 – Fried Rice, Seasonal vegetables and Fried Egg
Much like my Asian Goreng, this one has the same rice with veggies mixed in there too. My officemate like it.
Overall? I am definitely coming back. ❤
Disclaimer: I’ve never eaten hummus before, I’m not an expert and I particularly am not fond of the food.. BUT I wanted to try. Heyyy, at least give me that. okay?
The space was a bit cramped and dark but it is very popular to foreigners. I think we were the only Filipinos eating there.
First off, I wanted a safe order so I tried the Hummus Elijah for I thought it’s a remarkable dish since it’s their signature.
Hummus Elijah at Php 250 – Hummus with Tahini, Chicken Peas, Olive Oil, Herbs and Spices. For me, it was bland and so ordinary. It’s not even good (like you’ve placed butter on bread, and it’s not even butter! After my third bite, I said, Nah. I am not eating this. Blah. Don’t order this.
Shakshuka at Php 200 – 2 eggs cooked in thick tomato sauce. This is slightly a bit better. I’m not a tomato person but the tomato saved this dish.
Hamshuka at Php 290 – Hummus + Shakshuka with Spicy Sauce and Tahini
Out of the three dishes that we tried, this is probably the best. It’s not a winner but to compare, it’s the most decent one and a dish that I can probably finish.
BTW, All of the dishes are served with 2 Pita Breads.
I’m getting the hang of Fake Smile. I managed to put on one when all I can think about is how I wasted my Php 250 for something I did not enjoy. Never again.
Just a couple of steps from my office, you’ll see whitebrass in the streets of Jupiter.
Some quiet and comfy restaurant enough for a cozy date night with my frood. ❤
Pork Jowl Crisps (Php 150) – Deep Fried Pork – Can you imagine small portions of bagnet? Well, try this one and you’ll find out. ❤
BBQ Chicken (Php 250) – Grilled Chicken Fillet / Calamansi based BBQ with Roasted Garlic Rice. This one is a keeper. ❤ I liked this dish.
Shrimp and Olives (Php 275) Shrimp, Olives and Anchovies – Let’s just say we have a winner on our table! Everything that we ordered right here is worth the money.
It’s about time we all meet each other’s plus ones! anndddd, Congrats to Chad and Marfori! 😀
We had dinner at Century Mall.
This is not on my list — but the boyfriend was quick to suggest this (which happens rarely). Thus, I said yes immediately. 😛
Let’s get straight to the food since I don’t have other pictures.
Grilled Chicken Teriyaki – Php 230 Grilled Quarter Leg glazed with their very own teriyaki sauce served with buttered vegetables
Usually, I’m not amazed with Chicken Dishes – but I liked this one. And the boyfriend too, obviously. (this is his order)
Lechon Kawali – Php 350 Twice cooked pork belly and stir fry greens with pesto sauce.
This was a first for me. The pesto sauce smelled appetizing. Although I didn’t know what it would taste like in a meat!!! Good thing I tried! It was S-O-O GOOD!
Because sometimes all a girl needs is a quiet talk with her friends, a beer in their hand and some frankness and laughter combined.
We managed to sneak out during our Lunch Period. 🙂 Poblacion again.
Check out their menu!
And here’s our order:
Classic Beef Kebab, Classic Chicken Kebab, Spicy Chicken Kebab and Chipotle Chicken.
I wanted for him to try Matgalne where my friends and I ate once. However, upon reaching the place, there was no available table, waiters were not accommodating and it was chaos.
We ended up trying this Korean, Donna Donna instead which is just across I’m Hotel.
We just ordered Samgyupsal for Php 330 and 2 rice.
We wanted to try Soju!! But we didn’t know that this is Vodka. So we ended up drinking hard liquor at Noon.
Poblacion Crawl it is! Now trying Smokeyard in Poblacion!
We all ordered their Lunch Special of Pulled Pork with Iced Tea and Rice for only Php 125.
It was deadly satisfying! Pulled Pork was tasty and filling at the same time and was affordable too.
Lunch Group was appeased and gratified!
Since the mother is out of our radius, lunch outs are more frequent. 🙂 Wendy suggested this Wingshack but after trying them out, I WARN YOU NOT TO.
The place was a bit small, just like the other hole in the walls in the area. Inside its shack can fit about 4 tables of 4.
We got there, observed the menu and tried to order:
TACOS – All of them are not available
BURGER – Not available
CHICKEN TENDERS – Not available.
All we are left with is their WINGS. I know it’s a wings place but what if we wanted to try all sorts from their menu? And they only have 1 freakin food in their menu that’s available!!
We were there at 12:15 pm. They open at 12nn. Shouldn’t they be there at 11 am to prepare the food already? We ordered our food at 12:20 – Wings. We were served after more than an hour! Food was not even hot, not even warm! Food was served at 1:30 pm. Some portions of the plate was wet, sauce was bland, food was cold. None of it was a good enough experience!
Hayy. We all ordered Wings with the following Sauces:
Sweeracha and Buffalo Style.
All four of us was disappointed.
We surprisingly found this quaint new café in the not so near neighborhood in Makati. This space has everything that I’m looking for! : Actual food (not just pastries), spacious, bright, quiet, with available plugs and let’s not forget —- Instagrammable Place! 😀
Walls are filled with paintings, quotes and other artworks that makes it instagrammable.
We ordered the following;
Chicken Japanese Mayo for Php 180
This was the boyfriend’s order so I didn’t want to eat a lot of it, but I did. It was yum-eh. I think the Japanese Mayo pulled this one off.
I wanted to order their Bacon and Cheese Flatbread but unfortunately, they ran out of bacon that day so I ended up ordering the Roasted Chicken Flatbread which turned out to be really good as well.
The Roasted Chicken Flatbread is for Php 200
Pretty much enjoyed my stay here. It would have been better if I was able to stay longer and get some work done. 🙂
Snapshots that day with the boyfriend:
Remember the last time I saw Amyll? We planned to meet the guy who made her nervous, sick and strangley happy at the same time. 🙂 And he finally arrived last 19th! This dinner was planned way ahead of his flight. 😀
Dinner at All4u in Century City Mall.
BABOY, INDEED. Headed out for some coffee at I’m Hotel after.
Nice to meet you, xtian! and all your seriousness. 😀 Happy for you, Pine! ❤
As a self proclaimed foodie, I immediately opened this link: http://booky-wordpress-staging.us-east-1.elasticbeanstalk.com/blog/new-unique-poblacion/
and ofcourse with excitement, I really wanted to try everything on the list as soon as possible. So, I asked my judey if we can. and he willingly said yes. (thank god he wanted icecream after dinner.)
The place is near A-Venue Mall. You’ll probably miss it so better just look for this tarp outside their store. They don’t really have an actual signage yet.
Everything is done in their kitchen! 🙂 It’s always nice to see small cafes in a small neighborhood turn into something!
We finally decided to try Chocnut Banoffee and Nutella Mangga. ❤
Its amazing how it’s homemade. right? Chocnut Banoffee really tasted like banoffee pie! There were no odd tastes. It was not too sweet either. The Nutella Mangga does not really tastes like nutella enough. The Mango flavor I think overpowers the chocolate flavor. Nonetheless, it’s worth the try. Plus, the owner and staff were really nice.
It seems like all we do is eat. Might as well eat something heavenly right? Worth the calories and peso!
SALT! Favorite. makes everything extra extra yum yum in my tum tum! 😀
This Unlimited Grill and Shabu Shabu is only Php 699 per head. This meal already gives you access to unlimited beef, pork, chicken, shrimp, noodles, rice and drinks. WORTH YOUR BUCKS, I tell you!
If you want to pig out, if you’re celebrating something – then this si definitely the place. Finished our dinner with stomachs about to burst open.