G/F Patriarch Bldg., 2224 Chino Roces Ave. cor. Don Bosco St., Chino Roces, Makati, Metro Manila
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Went here for my in-laws' 45th wedding anniversary. It was raining and we were afraid we could get stranded there because of flooding but then again, we'd get stuck with good food so what the heck!
We had crispy tadyang 🏻🏻🏻, cut fried dried pusit 🏻🏻🏻, crispy pata 🏻🏻🏻, baked tahong 🏻🏻, kare-kareng gulay 🏻🏻 (needed lots of bagoong because it was a bit bland - the bagoong, I mean), chicken teriyaki (which I passed on as I'm not fond of chicken that is not fried well), and spicy sisig pusit with tofu 🏻🏻 (which would have been really good except it didn't really taste like sisig -- more like saucy squid with tofu -- didn't really live up to sisig expectations). Not in picture: lemon dory (passed on this), tapa y pasta 🏻🏻, pinakbet (pass), rice.
We had the entire 2nd floor to ourselves, with bottomless iced tea and the owner gave us complimentary floating mango dessert (like mango ref cake) 🏻🏻🏻 which I couldn't take a picture of as it barely made it to my mouth.
All these to feed a hungry brood of 11 pax for ~6,900. 🏻🏻
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I was here for a snack so I only ordered adobo quesadillas, which I found to be pretty good. It was cheesy and was pretty meaty, so not bad for the price (around Php180). I would have wanted it to be a bit more tangy or salty though.
They have a lot of other interesting items on the menu as they serve Filipino fusion food, so I'd love to come back and try the rest sometime soon.
Minus point: service was pretty slow, it took them forever to return with my takeaway bag and bill!
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