The first thing that stuck me about the place was how small it was. It was very cozy and homey and thoughts of intimate gatherings came into mind. It was perfect for a date, a very small party, or even business meetings. The place was conducive for small talk and making you feel like you were at home but with a butler and chef to cater to your whims.
When we were just about to order, they served free appetizers and it's cute how they renamed classics.
|chichirya de manila|
|puto with aligue mantikilya and kesong mantikilya|
It was actually pretty good. I like the tanginess of the aligue and the keso offsets the taste. It was a perfect combination.
We ordered KareKareng Crispy Tadyang, Veggie Soup, and Lechon Sisig.
|Kare Kareng Crispy Tadyang|
And here we are with the owner and the chef. The owner is the guy in the forefront on the left side and the chef is the one beside me. Hats off to you sirs!
And thank you for the complimentary dessert you sent over. I loved it!
What I really liked the most was the way they would call you ...
"How do you like your food Senyorita?" Senyorito?"