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Our 2nd :)

Up to the very day before our actual Anniversary we had no concrete plans of where to eat and celebrate. Our Lolo Dad's dinner didn't push through because I had to work late that Friday, then it was my highschool friend's (Cookie!) surprise birthday party the following night. So dinner plans were moved to Sunday and Lolo Dad's is closed during Sundays. So we had to make new plans.. quickly. :) Then I remembered that I wanted to try Bellini's way way before. And this might just be the perfect chance to do so.

Bellini's is considered an authentic Italian resto because it is run by Roberto Bellini. A former Italian paparazzi. In the walls of the place you'll definitely see a number of Mr. Roberto's shots.
Mr. Roberto married a Filipina and they opted to open a restaurant here years after. And the rest is history. :)

Bellini's is located inside the Marikina Shoe Expo in Cubao. A very unusual place in my opinion to open up a restaurant, especially an Italian one. But I guess that's one of the reasons why it draws people. It's unique and appealing in a certain way. :) The price is affordable as well. You get to taste authentic Italian dishes (pizza and pasta) for prices ranging from P150 - P300 and the wine selection is great as well. I chose this place because Arvic loves wine and he definitely is a fan of pasta. I loved the food, the service and the ambiance. You really should see the ceiling and the walls! I'll let the pictures do the talking. I just wish I give the place justice coz it really was a sight to see. :)

Now for the food pics. :)

Until next time Bellini's, we will definitely be back. :)

I'm out.


princess_dyanie said…
yay! i miss that place! i was able to eat there 2 yrs ago pa ata! must come back soon! did u watch one more chance? yan yung place kung san sila nagkikita kita eh hehe ;)
arland said…
i like the ceiling. :p
kg said…
thew place looks so nice! and the price seems reasonable pa! no need to go to italy! yay! do they sell gelato? :)
Cza said…
@princess_dyanie - sarap di ba! :D dyan kaya next tayo magkitakita. :)

@arland - me too!

@kg - yes.. i think so.. and cakes as well. :)

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