Wednesday, August 7, 2013

My Food Adventures

One thing I'm not too shy to admit is that I love food, which simply means I love to eat.  Call me weird but there are times when I eat out all by myself if I really have a craving for something.  But eating out is best enjoyed with family and friends, it's one way for us to bond and catch up with what is happening with each others lives.

Over summer, hubby and I went food tripping when we traveled to Manila and to Laguna.  Went to an eat all you can restaurant in SM Megamall, a Mexican restaurant in Greenhills, a Persian restaurant in San Pablo Laguna and a steak restaurant in Alabang town center with my in-laws.  Just remembering the places we went to and all the good food makes me crave for the beef enchilada and lamb kebabs all over again. :)

1.  DAD's Restaurant in SM Megamll

They had a make-your-own Taco and Shawarma station

I just love the Halo-Halo station because I get to put as much "sahog" as I want :)

Fresh Fruits Galore

Lechon Kawali and Lechon station

This part of the restaurant serves mostly Filipino dishes, the other side has Continental and Japanese food

I think I ate more than my husband, because I used up two plates, lol :)

They also have an Eat-All-You-Can Meryenda for 199 on weekdays, not bad...

2.  Mexicali Restaurant, Greenhills

One of the best Mexican restaurant I've been to so far  ♥

The interior was really cozy

The red bell peppers on the wall added a nice touch, really cute :)

My eating partner, lol :)

Beef enchilada and Taco meal

Beef enchilada and Burrito for me.

3.  Middle Eats, San Pablo Laguna

Because of this restaurant, I became a fan of Mediterranean cuisine

The mixed kebab platter consisted of lamb, beef, chicken and squid

My brother and sister in law loved eating here because this is just a few minutes walk from their spa.  We also enjoyed the pita bread and the Musaka which is a dish made from mashed eggplants.

4.  Pepper Lunch, Alabang Town Center

I would say that this was one unique dining experience because you get to cook your own food on a plate.

The steak is served to you on an electromagnetic plate that is heated and you get to cook and spice it up yourself.

Just toss and turn the steak and it gets cooked really quick.  Be careful not to touch the plate because it's really hot!

Let's not forget dessert :)

If you are ever in Manila or Davao visit their branches and I assure you it's worth every peso :)

So that's it for now, but there would be more food adventures for me waiting to be documented.  Until our next food trip ♥

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