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One of our Default Resto

What's your default resto? :)

What's a 'default resto' you may ask. Well, for me, it's the one you end up going to when you have no particular place in mind to eat. You just instantly find yourself going to that place without even noticing it. You go back to it either because you love the food, you like the ambiance, or the food price is reasonable. ;D

Well, for me, it's RECIPES.


The usual orders would be:

General's Chicken (P175.00) - Just the right amount of sweetness and crispiness.


and Gising Gising (P135.00) - A spicy veggie dish I can tolerate. Sometimes we make this an alternative to our rice. Weird? ;P


Occasionally, we add 1 more dish to our list. The last time we went there, it was their Crispy Pork Binagoongan (P165.00) - It's fried liempo ala binagoongan. The bagoong is not that salty.


I highly recommend their Crispy Tilapia too. They added a few Bangus dishes on their menu as well, give it a try and let me know if they are all delicious as well.

The rest of the pics.



2/F Greenbelt 3, Esperanza St., Ayala Center

Makati City, Metro Manila

(02) 728-0917 or 20


CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

princess_dyanie said…
i love their chicken and crispy tilapia!! winner!! like ko din yung gising gising although di ako masyado nakakain kasi allergic ako sa spicy food hehe ;).
general's chicken and guising-guising, tapos may garlic fried rice with matching coke... haaaay...
Calvin said…
ried out their crispy tilapia last week for the first time. winner talaga. will try the chicken next time.
kg said…
ginuton ako dyan cza! i ove their food! masarap nga yung chicken and gising gising nila! pati yung tilapia! :)

fastfood aside, out family's default restos are chili's and racks. yan ang mga paborito namin!
Rico said…
Kami default namin yung Cafe Breton. Have tried Recipes too several times. That's where we had Dyanie's bday. We liked their gising gising too and crispy tilapia.
carladoo said…
Kitchen or Chili's!! or Dads!
kikainess said…
My default is probably Cyma. Their food make me feel all better.

I love gising gising. Try ko nga mag-Recipes minsan. Yes, ako lang. :P
Cza said…
@princess_dyanie - bday ka ulit? sasama na ako pramis! :P

@PansitLove - sarap no? kain na! ;D

@Calvin - yeah. go go go! try the bangus dishes too.. then balitaan mo ko ha. :)

@kg - kain lang ng kain! oooh racks.. favorite din namen ni Arvic yun. ;D

@Rico - Oooh Breton! Crepe! :D Sarap.. nagcrave tuloy ako.

@Carladoo - Ooooh Kitchen! Pag craving for pasta dishes, jan naman kami ni Arvic. :D

@Kikainess - Mahal sa Cyma e.. pero sarap din. Opa! :D
witsandnuts said…
I have a default resto for each location/mall. If in Shang, I like Cravings. In Makati, Apartment 1B. But in general, especially if with family, we go to Max's.

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