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Katre Mediterreanean Restaurant

Katre will forever be memorable to me. First.. because I have spent great memories with friends there. Second, we just had our "Vday date" there recently.

They had a special set menu for Valentine's day.

So off to the food...

It was a set menu. And for starters, you can choose between salad or soup. And because we were soup-lovers, the obvious choice was the Cream of Wild Mushroom Soup.

The serving was just right. Just enough to get the tummy started. It was tasty and creamy. The good thing about it is that it does not leave you with a really full stomach. This way, you'll surely still have enough space to enjoy the main course.

Next stop was the main course..
My order:

Herb Crusted LambChops with Mint Jelly
served with Couscous Pilaf

It was delicious!!! :) I removed the mint jelly though. I am not a fan of it. Arvic was though. He ate it up. Had it 'medium well' style. The chops were tender and still juicy. The couscous rice was delicious also, it complimented the chops very well. Loved it! :)
Arvic's order:
Grilled Black Angus Rib Eye Steak Au Jus
served with Mashed Potato.

He really liked it! He loves steaks. He even said that it was better than the steaks at Alfredo's. Nice! =)

Next stop.. Dessert. We were given three choices: Chocolate Cake, Carrot Cake or Creme Brulee.

Our dessert...

Carrot Cake

Crème brûlée (aka. Arvic's favorite dessert :P)

What I love about this place is the privacy and the attentive staff. :) If there's an occasion (like Vday or Christmas or any other holiday where people opt to dine out), I think it's a good idea to call for a reservation first. The place is really not that big, though it does have a second floor. All in all I think it can house approximately 30-40 persons max.

Katre Mediterranean Restaurant, Quezon City

103 Dr. Lascano St., Brgy. Laging Handa

Quezon City, Metro Manila

(02) 373-4705

Try it out! :)


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Anonymous said…
This made me hungry Cza.
The food really looked sumptuous.
Great photos too.

What a romantic V-day indeed!
Cza said…
Hey.. thanks po! :D Just visited your blog too. :D
Ade said…
Okay, me wants to eat there. I'll be bringing the GF there one of these days!
Cza said…
Hey Ade! :D Cge lang go go go! :D

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