Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Red Plate

As mentioned before, there were several small restos along the main street of our village that popped up like mushrooms. Of course, I had to try them one by one and last night, another got crossed off my bucket list.

The tagline for this place is Persian meets French. I completely forgot my Mom was not adventurous when it comes to food so she wasn't too happy about eating here but indulged my sister and I nevertheless. She rocks that way.

I ordered the Kebab, Shawarma, Keema, Crepe and milk tea for us all. I wanted to have a go of what they had to offer and here's what they served.

Keema Rice (P75)
Shawarma All Meat Rice (P69)
chicken kebab (P75)
beef kebab (P75)
shawarma sandwich (P65)
mango tango crepe (P75)
For the price, the food was pretty good. If you are looking for a quick fix of kebabs and keema, this is a good place to go. In my honest opinion, its actually pretty good but can never compete with Mano's Greek Taverna nor Greko.

The milk tea was also pretty so-so. It still can't beat the likes of Tea Farm or Serenitea. 

Overall, I'd say its a pretty good place to go but not something that would be on top of my list.


  1. It's nice to have a foodie place nearby. :) Our place is like probinsyang-probinsya. You have to have food delivered or drive 2-3 kms away pa.haha

  2. Still, the food looks yummy. My mom and your mom are the same; mine is also a bit picky with food.

  3. The Keema Rice and Beef Kebab look soooo delish! <3 Hahaha. My mom's the same. She's not really adventurous with food, but as long as my sister and I are with her, she'll just tag along. Yung bonding na lang talaga. :)


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