Posted in CCP Complex, Delivery, Harbour Square, Japanese Cuisine, Manila Bay, Pasay, Restaurant, Seaside, Snack and Refreshment, tagged CCP Complex, Harbour Square, Japanese Cuisine, japanese restuarant, Pasay City, rai rai ken, Seaside on February 19, 2009| 1 Comment »
Posted in Breakfast, Cakes and Pastries, Delivery, Dessert, Filipino Cuisine, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City, Sweets, Timog, tagged Breakfast, Filipino Cuisine, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City, Red Ribbon, Timog on January 6, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Breakfast, Cakes and Pastries, Catering, Churros, Clubhouse, Clubhouse Restaurant, Delivery, Dessert, Greenhills, Lechon/Cochinello, Paella, Quezon City, San Juan, Spanish Cuisine, Sweets, Timog, Tomas Morato, tagged Alba, Cake on the Go, Club Pilipino, Lechon Turkey, Paella on December 14, 2008| Leave a Comment »
Angel is Someone who brings God’s loving kindness to everyone. Ligaya, both a self-declared and confirmed Archangel and her company of angels hosted a sumptuous dinner on the occasion of the First Christmas Party of the Mass goers in the HJM Parish Ossuary at her residence in New Manila. Everything is superbongacious and superdelicious!!! Everything is heavenly and God’s choicest blessing for us!!! Just look at the pictures they speak for themselves hehehe. As the saying goes, “Res ipsa loquitor” (The thing speaks for itself). What a lovely night to remember all the rest our lives! Tanti grazie! Muchas Gracias! Tausend Dank! Merci beaucoup! Maraming Salamat at Mabuhay Po Kayong Lahat! May the Infant Jesus find the Manger and grow in age, body, wisdom, grace and holiness in the Home of your hearts!
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Conchinello was supplied by “Alba,” a Chinese Restaurant, located along Tomas Morato. While the cake was ordered from “Cake On the Go, ” located along Timog, QC. The lechon turkey and the rest came from the historic Club Pilipino, Greenhills, San Juan.
Posted in Delivery, Dessert, Halo Halo, Refreshment, Sweets, Timog, tagged Break, Delivery, Dessert, Merienda, Pampanga Cuisine, Razon's Halo Halo, Refreshment, Snack, Sweets on December 4, 2008| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Bar, Delivery, Filipino Cuisine, Gimikan, Mall Restaurants, Quezon City, Trinoma, tagged Bar, Gerry's Grill, Gimikan, Grill, Hangout, Inuman, Kainan, Night out, quezon city grill and restaurant, Restaurant, Tambayan, Trinoma on November 6, 2008| Leave a Comment »
Gimik with July, Alex, Sonny, and Allan @ Gerry’s Grill @ Trinoma ‘08. As usual this popular Filipino Restaurant is full of people. Many tables inside the air-conditioned room were occupied by malling families who decided to dine out on Sunday. While many gimikeros and gimikeras could be found outside on its non-airconditioned, hangout and smoking area. If I were to choose I prefer to dine and drink outside because of its view and ventilation. It’s relaxing and refreshing being there. Of course, if it is not raining. Foods and drinks are a bit cheaper. Foods are delightful to eat too. Service is fast. Nice place for families and friends.
Posted in Delivery, Gelato & Ice Cream, Italian Cuisine, Pizza and Pasta, Quezon City, Tomas Morato, tagged Amici, Gelato, Italian Cuisine, Italian Food, Italian Restaurant, Pasta, Pizza, Quezon City, Tomas Morato on November 3, 2008| 2 Comments »
Sardinella Marinara P300
Frutti Di Mare P270
Genovese Con Gamberetti P310
Lasagne Al Forno P180
Spaghetti Aglio Olio E Pepperoncino P 180
Lasagne Al Forno P 180
Cannelloni Agli Spinaci P 180
Roast Chicken P 170
Birthday Celebration of Fr. Aris with his parish office employees and convent staffs on the day he arrived from Baguio. Providentially, on that day it was really the birthday of Ola. So what Ola did she brought Mon (husband) and Isay (only daughter) with her. Among the group only Dodo and Fr. Aris are truly familiar with Italian cuisine. So what happened when they were asked what to order? All of them made a guess. What was the result? All of them made the right guess.Everything they ordered suited even to their Filipino taste. This is just to show you how delicious and suited the Amici foods even for Filipinos who have no experience with Italian cuisine. I have been to various Italian restaurants for several times and I have found them relatively expensive for common people. But here the price is affordable. To date, this is so far the cheapest Italian restaurant in Metro Manila. Another observation: I also find their workers and servers efficient in their service, always smiling, young and lively, courteous, accommodating and friendly. Best place for all and big occasions