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Visited Tagaytay last weekend for a #LoolooRendezvoos at Sartin! Located at Summit Ridge Tagaytay, this new concept from the people that brought you Fat Daddy's & Josiah's Catering focuses on 3 Filipino cuisines from places close to their hearts - Pampanga, Bacolod and Quezon. Started off with some tomato jam and liver pate with their delicious pandesal! The Chicken Chicharon with was good as well. They also served Longganisa Baos and 2 kinds of isaw. Then the KBL (Kadyos, Baboy at Langka) and Kansi were served. The Kansi was heavenly! It was flavorful and the beef was cooked perfectly. (Not in photos. Hindi na kasya, sadly.) The other one that I liked which unfortunately is not included in this photo set, is the Kilayin Kapampangan - kinda like sisig but with diced pork, liver and heart. And then, the Lechon Ulo ng Baboy was served! This sinful little baby had crunchy skin, served with their homemade thin breads with their salsa. (Mango salsa FTW!) I wasn't able to try the Kare-Kare with the bagoong, but it was good on it's own. Nutty, yummy and the veggies were crunchy. We also got to try their Chicken Inasal. The chicken was flavorful and not dry at all! (Extra rice please?) For dessert, they served Guinomis, Tibok-Tibok and two kinds of ice cream - Kesong Puti and Ube Langka. The Tibok-Tibok, made of carabao's milk, had a slight dayap aftertaste which I liked. And of course, the crowd favorite - The Kesong Puti Ice Cream. It's soooo good! They'll be selling it soon in pints so I am super excited about that! Also got the Sago't Gulaman and had a sip of their Vanilla Pineapple Cooler which were both a little too sweet, but once the ice melted, it was good. Overall, the experience was great. The interiors were beautiful. The food was delicious, homey and are the things I'd crave for every now and then. ( Thank you, Sartin and Roegan T! It was nice to meet you, Pat D and Brie K. And it was nice seeing you guys again, Christina R Jayson J EJ B Sandy P Angela Marie C Russel F.
Admit it we all need that daily caffeine dose. It sometimes hard to start your workday without a cup of coffee. Specially if you're anticipating a very exhausting day, a cup of coffee keeps you awake to bravely finish all your task. We have lots of good coffee out there. One of them is the Coffee Project. What's new on this Coffee Shop is that it step up when it comes to its interiors. Like literally every walls, corners tables you can get that Instagram-worthy shot! The ambiance is very homey and very appealing. Apparently the Coffee Project is owned by All Home. So expect to see the flowers, tables or shelves available at All Homes. A good looking Cafe should have a very good food choices too. They have pastas, pastries and of course coffee. Among their best sellers are the Vietnamese Coffee. Although you can also find other usual coffee variants. What I'm excited about is the relaunching of the Project Pancakes. It comes with 3 delicious flavors Classic, Blueberry and Chocolate Chip. All I can say is that those pancakes are really good! Thick and flavorful. Among the cakes I liked is their Salted Caramel. Although some of my friends who tasted it first time told us that the texture and taste are quite different. Hopefully they can make it consistent. Overall Coffee Project succeeded in bringing the all new coffee shop experience with its grand interiors plua paired with delicious menu that would definitely make you wanna stay longer.
Mews Manila is one of the trendiest place to dine around Makati. This restaurant around Salcedo Village is becoming a trend as Chef Demar Regrasado, a Chef Gordon Ramsay trainee, is considering bringing the First Michelan Star restaurant of the Philippines. On this Looloo rendezvoos, we were offered the best recommendation from Chef Demar’s kitchen. THE RECOMMENDATIONS King Prawns | Php 435 I really love prawns which makes it my number 1 choice to try. It was said to be shared by two but I think it just for one. Braised Pork Belly | Php 520 I love how the pork belly is soft and paired with the ube croquettes. This can really be shared by two. Not sure though if the sauces served on the plate goes well with it. Rolls Royce | Php 590 This reminds me of a popular pizza chain because of the alfalfa and arugula. But the balance of the flavors are great on top of a well-prepared dough. A must-try for first-timers in Mews. THE OPTIONS Wagyu Beef Tartar | Php 565 Japanese-style fushion with poached quail egg. Tuna Nicoise | P450 Sliced pink tuna served with quail eggs, tomatoes, green beans, olives and crisp organic lettuce with classic french dressing Malunggay Soup | P175 Grilled Ceasar’s Salad | P345 Served with soft breaded eggs, garlic croutons, red onions, anchovies and parmesan Angelico | Php 520 Mozarella cheese, chorizo, salami, bacon and mushroom Truffle Risotto | Php 485 Served with crab meat and fresh scallops topped with parmesan cheese Braised Pork Belly | Php 520 12-hr braised pork belly served with braised red cabbage, star anise jus and their signature croquettes. Lava Cake | Php 245 Chocolate cake with molten Belgian chocolate Mango Panna Cotta | Php 245 Cooked cream thickened with gelatin topped with Mango Overall, it was a great dining experience. Although a lot of things should be improve but definitely looking forward to make this restaurant trend more. Jya Mata Ne! - Brie
If you are exploring more of El Nido accommodations, there are some places that are still underrated to every traveler. Since we were too persistent of finding a good beach front place for our last day, we made sure to get the best out of it. Upon tremendous searching, we found this spot and immediately fell in love with. Say hello to Cadlao Resort & Restaurant! Tucked in secluded spot few minutes away from town, Cadlao Resort & Restaurant offers a relaxing and private getaway to every guests. The word Cadlao means “laughter”, a Cuyonin dialect. Everyone will surely fall in love as the resort is facing the majestic Cadlao Island and a great spot to watch the afternoon sunset by the pool. Our Room: We booked the Standard Bungalow which is good for 2 persons. The room has queen size bed, aircon, fan, blower, thermos for cold and hot water, deposit box, and own bathroom. What I loved about our room was the outdoor terrace! It was such a relaxing spot to just stare in the lush garden while having our usual talks. They also provided bathroom essentials such as toothbrush, towels, soap and shampoo in a ceramic container. That’s so eco-friendly considering the amount of trash of mini bottles. They just have to refill every time there are guest checking-in. 🏻♂️ Facilities: ▫️Pool Their pools are to die for! They actually have 2 swimming pools but there were no people when we were there. The lovely view of Cadlao Island is what right in front of their swimming pools. We couldn’t help but to take instagram-worthy photos! ▫️Spa We availed the free massage which is included in our booking. It was actually a P2,000 voucher for spa, restaurant meals, or goods in their boutique, but we got the massage because we were so tired all day from our tour. It was an hour of relaxing experience as their spa was so serene while soothing sound was playing onto the background. How I wish we could extend it! ▫️Boutique: Cadlao Resort & Restaurant has their own boutique that sells souvenirs. You can find shirts, swimsuits, and items for pasalubong. I bought keychains but some were rusty, I think because they were displayed for a long time. 🍽 Restaurant: According to the reviews online, Cadlao’s restaurant is one of the best in El Nido. I could attest to that as we had the best meals during our stay. I will make a separate review for their resto as this place deserves to be known. And kudos to their chef, our meals were totally worth it! Friendly Tips: 1. They don’t allow wearing slippers in common areas like reception, boutique, spa, and restaurant for hygienic purpose. They also provide slippers inside the room. 2. They have wifi in some areas but it’s very weak. Even my mobile data was not properly working. 3. Free ride by their tricycle service to and from El Nido town from 7:00am to 10:30pm. 4. Don’t get disappointed while passing the road to the resort because it’s so stiff and there’s a cemetery along the way. 5. Smoking is prohibited in all rooms. 6. Be friendly and nice as their staff were so nice, too. 7. Direct booking is cheaper that booking in other sites. They had promo rates when we availed the room. 8. Good to know that Cadlao Resort installed solar panels to reduce non-renewable energy usage. I couldn’t think of any words to describe but this place is super duper amazing! If you want an accommodation which almost have everything, then this place is perfect for you. How we really wish was we stayed here longer and not just one night, sobrang bitin! Everything was so perfect; the place, our room, the food! You can witness on our photos how we really enjoyed this heaven on Earth.
I just love everything about this place. As soon as you enter this place, you will immediately fall in love with its beautiful interiors. No wonder there was non-stop of coming in and out of customers. Though their servers were busy, service was surprisingly fast. I loved how they also kept refilling our glasses with water even though we never asked them to. As for the food, we ordered Iberian Chicken and Smoked Fish Pasta. The chicken dish was soooo yummy even though it was a bit drowning with olive oil. It was good albeit a bit greasy. The pasta, on the other hand, was equally good as well. I will definitely keep coming back here if only I live nearby. Question though, are we really not allowed to take photos outside the cafe? I was supposed to take a few shots since I loved how the glass cafe looked from the outside, however, the Rockwell guard told me no pictures were allowed. Why not though?
This is only my second Pancake House experience (after the looloo rendezvoos one) but this time it is nearer to where I live. This branch at SM City Taytay is small, and there are extra seats outside to accommodate more customers. It was fairly packed during the time I was there. 🔶 Almondigas (₱127) - I love almondigas; I love to cook this at home but I have not done that these days. I was surprised to discover that Pancake House offers almondigas. Besides, I miss almondigas so I tried it to see if there would be any special ingredients or flavorings added to it. But it turned out to be just like the home-cooked version. A tad too expensive for just a simple everyday meal, and the number of pork meatballs were too measly, although they tasted good naman. It was still a warm and comforting soup. 🔶 Three-Layer Tea (₱75) - It was also the first time I saw this drink on the menu and I was curious about it, so I gave it a go. Maybe it is a new or a limited edition item, since it is not originally included on their menu. I loved the sweet but dark taste of the muscovado sugar. When it was served, the muscovado sugar was settled on the bottom. It was supposed to have a three-layer hue like what the name suggests (and like what I saw on the pictures), but in reality it didn't seem to come out that way. Still, I liked it. Just let the ice melt first to tone down the sweetness. 🔶 Red Velvet Pancake (₱150) - Pancake House carries its name deservedly so. It's infallible when it comes to pancakes -- nice and fluffy, and even a bit creamy in the mouth. The whipped cream added the literal coolness factor. But the chocolate shavings were meh. They looked like dark chocolates but they actually tasted like the usual local chocolates -- a bit too sweet to my liking, and they had a waxy texture (instead of smooth and creamy). The plating looked so pretty though! 🔶 Plain rice (₱40) It took me a bit long to wait for my orders. Good thing the servers were nice. They even asked for my feedback just as I finished my meal and requested for the bill. - it has an 8% service charge (I don't know if that applies to all branches though).
I'm posting this ahead of my other reviews (backlog, gulp) cos the pop up is closing at the end of the month! So if you want to have a taste of sunny side in the metro, better head on over to the south! They're located at Canvas Events Place in Westgate. Decided to have early dinner here after my dental appointment (lol) and we were surprised at the very reasonable prices! We've never tried this place in bora so I'm glad we're able to try it now and it's so near too hehe. Our server was very kind and knowledgeable, she informed us that each Pancake serving has two pieces but you can actually just order half or one piece for just half the price too! So we got a piece of their Bacon and Cheese and a piece of their espresso and caramel. We also got their baked eggs with spinach and mushrooms. Orders arrived in about ten minutes and the pancakes were HUGE! SRSLY! They were both super good I swear the baked eggs were delicious as well and even if they had mushrooms, I didn't mind haha! Definitely going back before they head back to the island! Total bill was ₱714. We weren't able to finish our food so we even had enough to take home! Super sulit imo!
I have never heard of Half Saints before. The only time I knew about it was when I got invited to a dinner. I even had to Google the location of this restaurant, and to my surprise, it's actually just located within Tomas Morato! This place has really nice interiors. From the ceiling, to the light-wood decor, to the concrete walls, to the wooden tables and chairs, and down to its flooring- everything is just nice! Plus I love how the color scheme adds up to the good ambiance that you can only get from most of the third wave coffee shops around the Metro. Perfect for those minimalist people out there- just like me! Now, let's get to the food. I was able to try these out: Great Balls of Fire- spicy risotto balls (hence the name) with mozzarella and shiitake mushroom paired with their housemade marinara sauce. Well, I didn't really find it spicy. I guess I just have high tolerance for spicy food. When serving this dish, have your your camera ready as they would light the blowtorch in front of you. Yes, might as well do it for the gram! haha. I know it looks so cool, but the purpose of this cooking method is to actually make the coating of the balls a crispy one. Not that bad for P250! Arroz Con Pollo- Chicken sofrito paella for P350. I had this for sharing! But take note, if you're a hungry monster, you can cosume this all by yourself! The chicken was really tender! This dish is really flavorful and savory! Although, I find it kind of salty because I had been on a low sodium diet. So for those who prefer less salt in general, let them know beforehand. Maybe they could adjust the saltiness for you. FINALLY! Dessert time! Having a sweet tooth and being a dark chocolate lover that I am, I said yes to their 64% Dark Chocolate Tart! It's priced at P220/slice. Served with some Himalayan salt that complemented the bittersweet taste of the chocolate- and ohmygoooodness! So rich and heavy! I highly recommend this tart if you're a fan of dark chocolates. I promise, I'll be back for this one. Overall, this restaurant did not disappoint. They have nice and attentive staff too! Our water gets refilled every now and then; really a plus for our dining experience. Oh, have I mentioned that they have a bar? Which means, they serve alcoholic beverages for those who would like to dine and drink in comfort. This restaurant is definitely a great find!
This is my second time to try this restaurant. The 1st visit was at their branch at Century Mall where I enjoyed my cup of poured over coffee and Valrhona Classic Soufflé! I loved ot there so I was really looking forward to this rendezvoos, thanks to Roegan T of | Looloo, to explore on their dishes! Chef Kristine mentioned that the idea was to marry the Japanese and French cuisine! That in itself to me sounds interesting and hopefully tastes impressively too! We were feasted with the following dishes: 4.- Furikake Pomme Fries Well, this is me so I avoided the Nori! Haha! This is a god appetizer while waiting for your mains to be served! 4 - Sesame Crusted Tuna Salad The greens are very fresh and the dressing compliments the taste perfectly. The tuna is nicely done too! 4 -Carbonara Soufflé The presentation of this meal is very nice. I love how soft the egg was and it blended perfectly with the pasta. I am more of a white-sauce pasta girl so this definitely worked for me! 5 - Squid Ink Rice My top 2! I can't really articulate the right words for it but everything on this meal was perfect. It had the right balance of flavor. Wouldn't you like it when you are served with fresh seafood? 5- Japanese Beef Curry Souffle I am not really a curry person but this one was good too! The Japanese curry sauce was not empowering! That's why this was my top 3! I do not mind coming back for this. 4 - Porc Bourguignon Red wine-stewed pork leg served with fragrant garlic Japanes rice and Furikake sunny side up egg. This could actually qualify as my Top 4! 5 - Valrhona Classic Soufflé I still loved it the second time around! It takes them 25 minutes to prepare this and you can actually taste why it has to take that long. Best to have it when it is still hot! 6 17- Layer Chocolate Cake 🤩 I AM NOT OVER REACTING but this is definitely my TOP 1 for the night! 17-layers, yes you read that right!! This is definitely heaven for my sweeth tooth! It was a perfect taste of chocolate, not too sweet or too bitter! I am definitely coming back for this! Thank you Le Petit Soufflé for having us! Congratulations on successfully meeting and going beyond your goal to make the French cuisine less intimidating! Oh, and your interiors, so beautiful and artistically designed!
Last Saturday I organized a food crawl for our media team, WouldYouPH as a way to celebrate my 38th birthday. Gata, a regional Filipino restaurant from Bicol, was our first of three stops. When Japanese and Korean cuisine continues to grow in popularity, sometimes our own local flavors takes a backseat. Gata challenges these international choices head on by pushing Filipino over them. Expect traditional favorites here with a touch of modern twist especially with the use of gata or coconut milk. Bicolano dishes being characterized as hottest among regions, uses gata to balance out spice, and adding a sweet character to it. We started this gastronomic journey with their version of Sisig, which turned out to be the spiciest among all they served to us that night. This was also one of my top choices, with its heightened citrus taste and really crunchy texture. Even Mia had multiple servings, when she usually veers away from anything with sili. And then came the Laing, Gata’s pride and joy. Theirs had an equal sweet and spice in every spoonful, on top of being creamy and flavorful. This will go well with Crispy Okoy with mildly sweetened Sukang Tuba. My favorite arrived next, Kare Kare in classic clay pot. On its own you don’t need additional bagoong as its usual seasoning. Gata’s take is extra buttery with strong peanut taste. I also loved its choice of meat, Bagnet or fried pork belly. Have you ever had sting ray before? They have that here. It’s one of the tables most popular pick, Kinunot na Pagi. It is made of flaked stingray and moringa leaves simmered in delicious coconut milk. We had Tilmok Pinagat too, a staple Bicolano viand. A bunch of gabi leaves is used to wrap minced seafood meat and then mixed with rich gata. A probable match would be sinful, fatty Adobong Bicolano Liempo, an Adobo using only vinegar, salt, garlic and peppercorn to make. Other pieces that was served include a starter, Chili Bomb Stick utilizing local chili fried in lumpia wrapper; Cocido na Lapu-Lapu, a mild sinigang like soup with less tamarind; Camarines Sur’s, Pansit Bato Guisado that was a bit dry and Gata’s take on milky Leche Flan. This new restaurant is located at Unit 3 The Grandia Place, Mother Ignacia Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City. It is a bit of a challenge to find, but worth going to, more so, if you love Filipino food!
Le Petit Soufflé is hands down one of my favorite restaurants in the metro. It’s a go-to place for lunch dates with friends and dinner dates with the BF. So when I got an invite for a looloo rendezvoos, I immediately filed for a halfday VL so I could join! A fusion of French and Japanese cuisine, Le Petit Soufflé has indeed captured the hearts of many since they opened their first branch in Century City Mall back in 2015. Their second branch in Megamall, where this rendezvoos was held, is a testament to their committment in bringing amazingly good food to their patrons. Our menu for this rendezvoos — | Furikake Pomme Frites Salty, oily and crunchy. Just the way I like it. This gourmet-style fries is a good choice to start a meal. Munch on it while waiting for your mains. | Sesame Crusted Tuna Salad A healthier option, the tuna was fresh and clean-tasting. The sesame gave it a nice smokey taste. Crunchy veggies and surprisingly filling. | Carbonara Soufflé One of my favorite pasta dishes, ever. Aside from being seriously IG-worthy, the soufflé “cloud” is thick, creamy and not too cloying. And it’s fun to mix it up with the pasta noods. | Squid Ink Rice My default order everytime I’m in Le Petit Soufflé. I swear I’ll never get umay with this! The squid ink rice is on point — rich, briny and dramatic. Topped with fluffy scrambled eggs with a generous serving of seafood. I can finish one order on my own, tried and tested. | Japanese Beef Curry Soufflé Tasty beef rice curry covered in fluffy and bulky cheese soufflé! Make sure to scoop up the rice with a hefty amount of cheese soufflé for maximum taste. Annnd... This one is definitely for sharing! | Porc Bourguignon Also known as “that dish na mahirap i-pronounce” but it tastes oh so good! The pork chunks were meaty and tender. | Valrhona Classic Soufflé A simple yet heavy dessert. It’s sweet, milky and a must order for first time diners. Personally, I prefer the Strawberry Soufflé because it’s light, but this one is a better option for chocolate lovers. Le Petit Soufflé ain’t messing around when it comes to soufflés. They really know their stuff. | 17-Layer Chocolate Cake I’ve been seeing this cake all over social media ever since they launched it. But for some reason, ngayon ko palang siya na-try and OH MY GOSH. I swear on everything that’s holy, it’s super good! 🤤🤤🤤 It’s bittersweet and my new favorite chocolate cake! Prices are a bit on the “shala” side but I’d say it’s worth it with the quality of food I’m getting. Will be back soon! Super nice seeing these guys again — Jayson J, EJ B, Kiko G, Clarissa P, Camille S, Herl C, Jaja R and awesome meeting you Anna D! Super thanks again to Roegan T for the invite! Credits to EJ B for the flatlay setup.
I can hardly contain my excitement last weekend as I got invited to the private tasting of The Grid Food Market in Power Plant Mall, and more than the joy of being one of the first to taste what the place has to offer - I guess it was the notion that actually being able to try the crazy good selection the place has to offer. To start this off, The Grid Food Market is another concept from the Tasteless Food Group, same group of folks behind Hole in the Wall, Hanamaruken, Bad Bird, Scouts Honor, Le Petite Souffle, Fowlbread, Ping Pong Diplomacy & Cuba Libre. (At least that's what I remember, there maybe more) I've done reviews for some if not all of these joints and I've honestly been impressed with each one. Not just for the food quality, but also with the amount of thought each concept goes through from conception to implementation and execution. Let's go with the place first, first impressions - very spacious, good lay-out, plenty of seats. Stalls all around the side with the beverage counter in the middle. Next thing I notice is that all the stalls look exactly alike - if I was to guess what this implies, for me its the concept that they don't want any particular one to stand out. Something towards each stall is an equal to the others, which for me, is actually an excellent thing to do. I've been to food halls where some have more elaborate stall designs over the others, but actually serve mediocre food, compared to the ones in the area which may not have the complex designs but actually serve good food. It also adds to the level of class the place has. But yes, walk closer and you'll actually see what's each stall's brand. Here's a summary of the food stalls (and which are already open) 1 - Bucky's 2 - Tankchop XL (open) 3 - Tsukemen (open) 4 - Le Chon (open) 5 - Steaks, Burger Steaks and Teppenyaki 6 - Joshua Boutwood 7 - Ping Pong Diplomacy 8 - Rambla (open) 9 - La Chinesca 10 - (blank) 11 - Bun Appetit (open) 12 - EDSA BDG Walking around, I heard some random things from different folks from each of the stalls. There's a mix of American, Thai, Japanese, Filipino, Spanish, Mexican food. There's also the healthy option in Bucky's which will serve chia bowls! Then there's a bakery, which is strategically located by the entrance, so it makes you smell the goodies as you enter. There's also a wine and deli counter on the left side of the entrance where you can consume the bottle without any corkage fee. I'll do a better description on the stalls which are already open, and some bits and pieces over the ones which aren't open yet. Now Open: | Tankchop XL, sa the name implies, servers a giant slab of pork cooked Thai style. There's also pad thai, crab omelettes from this stall. | Tsukemen, serves tsukemen in regular or spicy variants, ramen and eventually gyoza too! | Le Chon, a new concept from the owner of Pamana, does French style grilling for chicken, porchetta and Angus beef belly, with 2 types of rubs, tanglad butter and sugarcane gata. It's served with new types of sides like banana cue frites, this is actually a very hearty meal as I almost didn't get to finish it. | Rambla - a stall version of the restaurant open outside of Power Plant, this one serves bruschetta and has a smaller menu compared to the restaurant. Tapas and pintxos! | Bun Appetit - a stall which has roots on the Salcedo Market, is known for their lobster and shrimp buns, but for this place, they added a lobster mac-n-cheese which everyone raved about. (too bad for me being lactose intolerant) | EDSA BDG - started as a hole-in-the-wall along the highway place, they will serve new creations on drinks, with whole day cocktails! | The Le Petite Souffle Workshop - more creations by Chef Miko Aspiras & Kristine Lotilla, the same guys behind Scout's Honor! Soon to Open: | Bucky's will be the healthy food place, I saw that it will offer chia seed bowls and porridge. | Steaks, Burger Steaks and Teppanyaki, while I have no real idea on this, I'm giving it a hunch that it's the old Hambagoo restaurant in the Grove which is now Hanamaruken after it closed down. (I actually loved the burger steak on that place and was really sad when it closed down.) | Joshua Boutwood will be the one serving American fare dishes. | For the baked rice, fried rice, and noodles - I'm so happy that Ping Pong Diplomacy is also back! I knew that this was a unique concept back in SM Aura but perhaps a little too advanced for the Philippine palate. I'm hoping they bring back the fried egg with pork floss and the crunchy egg plant! | La Chinesca will open later this year, and with a little insider info from the BF branch, this is because they're still training the cooks and the staff before settling them in. This kinda explained why on the BF branch, despite the really small space, there were actually almost 10 staff one time we ate there! After all the food I mentioned, in as much as I wanted to try everything, there's limited stomach space so here are the items we really did get to try - | Le Chon Manok - hearty serving of lechon rice, with banana cue frites served with the sauce. Perhaps meat good from a chicken quarter, but that was a LOT of rice. | Pad Thai - tastes authentic as it can be, prepared how it should be. | Tsukemen - out of the different tsukemen versions in Manila, I like this the best since it's rich BUT not salty compared to the other famous one along Jupiter. | Salmon & truffle, Foie gras with Iberico ham pintxos! There were others like the shrimp pintxos, the squid ink one, but again, limited tummy space - we loved the salmon and truffle pintxo! | Banana bread with caramel, oatmeal cookie and dark chocolate brownie - always loved desserts which aren't too sweet, just right to balance the taste from all the food! Loved the food, great place with crazy good selection! My previous "bar/standard" for these types of food halls is the one along J. Vargas, but THIS PLACE is now the best! This group of guys is a blessing to the local food scene with the fresh ideas and the excellent execution of those ideas - this may be the 3rd or 4th time I'll say it - it takes b*lls to experiment with these ideas and turn them into the actual restaurant serving NEW and INNOVATIVE types of dishes. I will be patronizing them as I love the food and I hope that the crowd comes in too by the busloads! - kwokie - P.S. Posted the last photo as homage to the Man behind the scenes. Unassumingly simple, but he's the Mastermind of these places! Congratulations and to more success!
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