Hi everyone! Well, I had another "food tasting for the first time". :p My boyfriend and I had snacks with two of our closest friends whom we haven't seen for sometime. I missed you my dear-s (marhiz and manu).haha! >:D<
We had snacks at Cerealicious at the University Mall (located in Vito Cruz Manila - near De La Salle University and College of Saint Benilde). "About A-hoy" of Cerealicious is lovely! This suited my sweet tooth, haha! :) I craved for fruit shake so we also had Frutas' "Summer combination" which is perfect for a very hot day. :)
Speaking of first times, I would also like to share the different food that we tried for our lunch outs and dinner dates which we had for the last few months of this year. Third (my boyfriend) brought me to Banapple (at 2/L Il Terrazzo Tomas Morato Avenue, Quezon City 1103, Philippines
+6324132675) last January. I haven't been in Banapple so he decided to take me there for lunch before going to his school.
We had Breaded Fillet Cream Dory with Honey Thyme Mustard Sauce
Herbed Chicken Rolls with Basil Cream Sauce and their creamy scrambled egg (his favorite), and ofcourse, their famous Banoffee Pie, so yummy! :)
I also owe him my first time at The Old Spaghetti House(no pictures of the foods) :|
Mesa's (for their menu exhibit of Filipino cuisines was a success. It was added to the list of our favorite restos. :)
Bigby's Cafe & Restaurant has a very unique set-up. It looks like a sailor's pent house with a collection of vintage items on walls. They also used recycled materials for their interiors (like the ceiling light covered with used newspaper).
Here are some of our funny faces and candid snapshots while eating (we've gone crazy cause of the super delicious food.hahaha!:p)
Everyone should try Naked Juice Bar (find NJB at clickthecity.com) especially the Burn Baby Burn smoothie and Grilled Chicken Wrap.These are also good for those who are in a diet cause these are rich in fiber and less in oil *thumbs up*.
For our first monthsary, we had our dinner in California Pizza at Alabang Town Center.
We spent the EDSA day (commemoration of EDSA People Power 1) at Makati. UCC Cafe was the chosen place for dinner.
Our second monthsary came and we had a mini fieldtrip in Manila Ocean Park. We also tried the different asian cuisine served in Makan Makan (also located inside Manila Ocean Park).
Greenhills hopping day came in March. Did a little shopping at Greenhills Shopping Center.Since Holy Week already started that time and that was a Friday - which is a no-meat-day, we looked for a resto wherein mostly of the food being served are seafoods, and we found Las Paellas Cafe (at the Promenade). We had Sizzling Bangus, Seafood Platter and their very very flavorful garlic rice.
The succeeding posts are mostly from dinner dates after the job interviews that I had. Fish & Co. really has one of the best fish and chips in town. We also tried Prawn Trellis. :)
Third wants to try Burgoo so for the last day of my training in one of the companies I'm applying for, I granted him his simple dinner wish.
You may check out their website for their menu, branches and other promos.
Papa John's was also added in our first-time-to-eat-restos list. We had lunch with two of our college friends (who were then also celebrating their 3rd year anniversary). We had chicken grilled pizza, pasta bolognaise and these cute chicken wings (haha!). (pictures are from my friend's blog)
Their new branch is located at the University Mall along Taft Avenue (Vito Cruz). For their menu, you can also visit this link.
And for the last part of this very long post would be about our 3rd monthsary. We celebrated it in Resorts World Manila. We saw Kaos (a must-seen musical play and acrobat exhibition).
For ticket reservations and show schedule, please check this link.
We had first our dinner being seeing the said show at Crisostomo's A Turn of the Century Filipino Dining.The combination of the Filipino and Spanish styles are very evident with the restaurant's set-up. They even have vintage lamps on the tables and picture frames depicting how the early Filipino-Spaniards dress.The use of Filipino-Spanish names and terms can be noticed with their menu. I find all of these very creative! :)