This often unnoticed little restaurant nestled in the bridge between Landmark and Glorietta is a rare find. We usually ignore this restaurant because we only remember it when we pass through the Landmark-Glorietta bridge. Fortunately, a super-hyped milk tea shop — Chatime, opened beside this restaurant and it somehow reminded us of its existence.
Fish ala Meunier Php 223.00
Flour drenched & pan-grilled fish dory fillet topped with stir-fried concasse of tomatoes, nuts, aromatic fennel seeds and shaved garlic in extra virgin olive oil, sided with pan-roasted seasonal vegetables and rice
I really liked this dish, this was a very tasty fish fillet and the sauce enhanced the taste. It is crusty on the outside but soft and smooth on the inside, makes me wish that I ordered it instead of my wife.
Grilled Chicken and Mango Salsa Php 206.00
Fillet of deboned chicken leg quarter grilled with special BBQ sauce, sided with mango salsa and rice
Tasted like home grilled chicken, not really a bad thing, which is quite special in its own way. The Mango salsa was unusual but it still tasted good as well.
One of the more underrated restaurants that I have known, great food and cheap price is a winning combination. We will certainly come back here for more.