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I was looking through old pics and I remember that I had dinner sometime early this year (or was it last year already?) at Felix, GB5 with the sanity keepers . I wonder why I never got to write about it. It's either the food wasn't really that good, or maybe I just enjoyed the company a lot that I forgot all about the food. Anyway, here's the late post.

The place is really cozy. Ambiance is nice.

The company was great as always...

I must schedule another visit to this place to (re)try the food. :)

I'm out.


ALiNe said…
wag mo na :D
ChaCha said…
sayang wala kang picture nung heart-attack order ni Eliza! =p

chka may I just say, mukha akong MUMU sa last pic. creepy!
Cza said…
@Aline - Haha! Bakit naman? Every resto deserves a second chance :p Pag di ko nagustuhan ulit.. then that's it. =)
witsandnuts said…
That happens to me, too. That I unintentionally forget to blog about some visit to restaurants. Normally the reason is I don't remember na the name of the dish. Haha. By the way, most of those I read about Felix are rants.
upto6only said…
love Felix resto. have you tried their suman?
Cza said…
@ChaCha - ay yes, the killer pork dish. Haha! Pasok na pasok sa "wacky" ang pic. :P
Cza said…
@witsandnuts - Haha! Same here.. I don't remember the dish names. I'm still willing to give Felix another try.. Sabe ni upto6only masarap daw suman e. :D
Cza said…
@upto6only - I will remember to order that next time I go back. Thanks for the tip!
Nerick said…
This looks like a place I'd like to try out. One of these days I'll make it out to visit the Philippines. Glad to find more Filipino food bloggers on here. Nice pics and blog.

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