Green Pastures

I read about this on a blog that declared it as one of the 10 places you need to eat at for the year. Of course I was curious and I said to myself that I would eat here. Thankfully, I met with a Doctor who I wanted to interview and the setting we chose was at Green Pastures.

I loved the colors of the chair and the overall feel of the place. I loved that they had plants and tried to use recycled stuff in their set up. It really felt "green."

This is the KFC (Php185) or otherwise known as Korean Fried Cauliflower. It's a first for me and so I had to try it. I liked this one. The cauliflower inside was crispy and the korean soy garlic glaze was sweet which I really liked. The sriracha sauce complemented everything as well.

The Tequila Joe Organic Beef Sloppy Cow (Php495) was really tasty but in my opinion, needed more time to be tender. It took a bit of an effort to chew. This is made with homemade oyster jus, mushroom glace, and garlic bulgur. If paired with plain rice though, this would be a best seller amongst Filipinos.

I ordered the Mt. Kitanglad (Php105) which is a homegrown coffee and I really chose this simply because it was a local cofee. I liked that it had some floral undertones but it wasn't too strong that would make me feel like I was chewing a piece of flower.

The organic mushrooms toast had quail eggs, house made ricotta, and bacolod cacciocavallo cheese. It was heaven in a toast. It was really, really good. When I bit into the toast, the egg yolk dripped which just added to my liking.

Thanks Doc Pao for a wonderful treat. We learned a lot and had a great time. :)

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