Eating out nowadays brings a lot to the plate – for one, it will nourish you out of your hunger and at secondly, enjoy the ambiance of the whole dining experience.
We are having fun doing these food reviews simply because dining out is really fun and we’re just glad we’re here to share these experiences to you. But enough about all the sentiments. Let’s get on with our latest food review shall we? In this edition, we are going to feature an elusive classic restaurant, a Japanese fusion food kiosk, and a gourmet heritage restaurant.
These dishes are scored based on their taste and the size / portion that comes together with its price. They are scored by the following:
They will be subjected to deliberation based on the following:
So, let’s get on with the dishes shall we?
Food: Fried Salmon Skin Sushi
Taken from the previous experience on this food shop of a different dish, the expectations are high and it actually did not disappoint. But what is surprising is that the clear redundancy of the base cooking type – it is actually the same, the filling is just different. It is a little bit disappointing but this should be an expectation from now on. It is still satisfying though.
Location: Via Mare
Food: Sirloin Tapa
This elusive restaurant would make you think twice in getting in as it is usually packed at any time of the day. Specifically if the starvation level is too much already. The Sirloin Tapa is true to what is advertised – tender and soft, without any chewy portions. The Tapa taste is the best of both worlds – a little salty/sour and sweet at the same time. And the double egg is a surprise that will give you a nice injection of energy even during nighttime. Try this by all means if you are not considering the price.
Location: Another Story
Food: US Beef Belly Wagyu Tapa with Rice
The first thing that you would be noticing on this dish is its humongous plate, which is complementing the whole ambiance of the restaurant (you just have to see it for yourself). The portions of the rice, the meat and the sides also complement what it is aiming for – a big and hearty meal. On with the meat – a slight taste of the lack of freshness (of course, the meat is imported) may come to you once a while as you chomp away but the tenderness and the tasty Tapa mix is well-placed.
While we are having so much fun reviewing all these dishes, we also want you to experience it firsthand. It’s all about the experience that we’re talking about here. It may be cheap or not, but great food comes in all aspects – you just have to find it and try it out for yourself. Happy food adventure ahead!