Biruin mo yun, restaurant review ulit.
Sa sulok ng Brixton Street sa Kapitolyo, makikita ang Locavore (Lo-Kah-Bor). For reservation ang lamesa kaya mahirap na bigla na lang sumulpot at kumain doon. Parating puno ng taong gutom sa pagkain at sa kwentuhan.
Narinig ko kay Kim C (receptionist), 3 weeks ang reservation schedule nila. Fully booked daw sila ngayon. Bago mo tapusin ang pagbabasa nito, I suggest tumawag ka na muna sa (02) 632 9600 para magpa-reserve.
Magpatakam na tayo sa appetizers:
The business opened in the fourth quarter of 2014. Relatively new, it is owned by a Ducatisti. With a chef who uses nothing but Filipino-made and Filipino-grown ingredients, the restaurant offers a taste that will be loved by locals as well as foreigners looking for food adventures in a high class ambiance.
The waiters and waitresses wear name plates that are common household celebrity nicknames. I saw Kim C and Dingdong D. I am not sure if there is a Derek R and Anne C.
But I really enjoyed the servings that are both flavorful and exciting. Who would have thought that oysters can be used as omelette stuffing and Filipino signature dish Sinigang can be very SIZZLING.
Here are the entrees:
Reservation guidelines can be found on their WEBSITE HERE:
Do make sure that you arrive early para less hassle pag uupo na kayo.
Also, get to know the people around you. The vibe of the place is very accomodating to get to know the business at the other table. Do not be shy and mingle, lalo na kapag ikaw ang single.
And reserve the place for your wedding anniversary, o kahit simple monthsary lang… maiba naman.
Ano pa inaantay mo? Dessert?
Carnivore eats Karne.
Herbivore eats Herbs.
http://stjohnsluth.org/sermons/daily-devotion-june-30-2020-crumbs-under-the-table-deaconess-lauren/ Locavore eats Locally grown food.
Salamat sa The Big Difference para sa invite.
Til our next food trip.