Halo-halo @ Pint Art Museum
One of the best!!! :)
Crispy Calamari (fried baby squid served with homemade lemon garlic dip)
Burrata (burrata cheese topped with grape tomatoes, fresh basil, and drizzled with balsamic reduction)
Roasted Vegetables (zucchini, carrots, potatoes, onions and bell peppers)
Braised Pork Fettuccine (slow-milk braised pork shoulder in a light jus, arugula and Pecorino Romano)
Graze Land Pizza (tomato sauce, grass fed beef strips, baked onions, roasted garlic, fresh mozzarella, and Grana Padano)
Bounty of the Sea (fresh seafood stew cooked in a light seafood broth with garlic cloves, lemon, tomatoes and herbs)
Baked Bacalao (sea caught salt cod baked with onions, chickpeas, potatoes and tomato sauce)
Be Gracious (coconut milk, dates, almond butter, vanilla, sea salt)
Be Worthy (Banana, almond butter, hemp, vanilla, cacao, maca, sole, honey, chia seeds, almond milk)
Zucchini Sticks - supposedly served with olive aioli but they gave us bleu cheese dip instead! Thumbs up for that :D
P. Sherman for me since I can’t eat beef! They use New England style fish cakes instead of fried fish fillet (which common fish burgers are made of) and I really enjoyed it! Highly recommended fish burger :D
It’s Heisenberg Burger for Jim. :) with bleu cheese sauce and jicama celery slaw.
Thank you for bringing me here!! :D
Great place, great place :)
Pan de sal dish: Bangus
Cappuccino with Hopia
We were excited to try out this all day breakfast place located along Shaw but it came out to be just so-so, if not a disappointment. I don’t understand why some like it here haha
First of all their pancake dishes were unavailable! I specifically came here thinking I would get some fluffy pancakes for breakfast. So we were just left with a limited choice on their menu.
Their Mother’s Inspiration (sausage, ham, mesquite chicken, capsicums, mushrooms, olives, and cheddar cheese) could be done better.
Then this one’s called Happy Morning (bisquit dough topped with saugsage bites, peppers, sauteed onions, 2 eggs, cheese, and sour cream salsa). But well, I don’t see what’s so happy about it hahaha The bisquit was just fried dough and then the rest was just normal.
This restaurant is not trying to be like all the ramen shops today. It’s owned by pepper.ph and yeah, it’s really something they would come up with haha
Chasu Rice Rolls for starts. So far so good :)
And this August, they created Arakawa Abura Soba, pan-fried ramen with Hanamaruken’s pulled pork ribs and R. Lapid’s chicharon. But a soup-less ramen??!! Whew. Today’s food oxymoron to the next level!
It’s a bit oily for me, though. But then again, as stated in their website, their philosophy states more calories, more pleasure. hahaha
Left to right: Tonkotsu (pork bone broth served with chasu, charred garlic oil, and house- made XO sauce); The Communist (seven spices in a fiery pork broth topped with chashu and charred garlic oil); Sea Men Ramen (clams, squid and shrimp in a seafood broth)
The first one’s a bit common. Second is too spicy!! I particularly enjoyed the last one. :)
And here we go for dessert, it’s Poop of the gods! :)) Basically chocolate paced in olive oil (whut) topped with sea salt and toasted bread? :)) Nothing’s normal in here. We just dipped the bread in olive oil to somehow make it natural to the taste buds. hahaha
In Maginhawa, tbt doesn’t mean throwback Thursdays :)) It means The Breakfast Table! :)
TBT Cooler (calamansi, tanglad, pandan, malunggay, muscovado)
Breakfast Pizza (longganisa bites, herb sauce, slow-cooked tomatoes, cheese, and fried egg) - pretty good! :>
Savory French Toast (cheese, bacon, ham, mushroom)