When you peer into KKK you would immediately notice that colorful jeep that's parked right inside the restaurant. Yes, the bar, the cashier and the kitchen are all situated behind that. Colorful bottles are dangling from the ceiling and most of their decorations add to the filipiniana vibe of the place. You know right away that this establishment serves Filipino food.
Saturday, September 14, 2013
Monday, August 26, 2013
First off, I'm not a die hard fan of Korean fried chicken. I think I've only tried this type of chicken twice unless you count the ones I have prepared at home using McCormick Korean Fried Chicken Recipe Mixes. I was staying at Medical City with my uncle and by the time I went down for dinner the foodcourt was closed. I crossed over to the Rockwell Business Center and scouted the restaurants. Clucky's looked like an upbeat quick service restaurant so I went in (although my uncle told me to take my time, I didn't want him to be alone too long)
I went straight to the counter but I couldn't decide right away. In the end I figured I should try the chicken since that seemed to be their specialty. I asked for the Tenders Meal with 3 pieces and requested for 2 pieces of the soy garlic and just one of the spicy.
|Tenders Meal P109/2pcs; P149/3pcs|
breast strips, corn salad, rice and 12 oz soda/iced tea
Friday, August 23, 2013
Hubby and I had to run an errand in Marikina one weeknight. We had early dinner so by the time we were finished with what we had to do we were craving for a snack. I googled for dessert places in the area and stumbled upon photos of the cakes from Cafe Lidia.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
I'm catching up on my backlogs and while organizing my entries I was thinking of skipping this one altogether since I already wrote about Abe before. But then again my photos are of better quality now and we just really really love their Binukadkad na Pla Pla.
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Corazon was one of the restaurants that caught our attention when we explored Shangri-la's east wing for the very first time. The red and white striped chairs in the "al fresco" dining area resembled candy canes. The colorfully designed sorbetes cart was a nice attraction as well. Plus we learned that Corazon was from the same people behind Elias and Crisostomo. So when my in laws were thinking of a restaurant to celebrate hubby's birthday, my sister in law's birthday and father's day, Corazon was the obvious choice.
One Saturday morning, we trooped to Somethin' Fishy for their Midnight to Morning Buffet. It was sort of a despedida for a balikbayan cousin who was flying home that night.
|Photo from Somethin' Fishy's website|