Posts Tagged ‘Pasta’

We Meet Again, Bistro Ravioli

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

The first time I ate at Bistro Ravioli, I found the restaurant so-so. It definitely left an impression but I didn’t think it was the kind of restaurant I’d be begging the boyfriend or my friends to dine at.

On a tiring Saturday however, which consisted of a trip to Trinoma before traveling back south, the boyfriend and I stopped over at MOA for a bit of retail therapy and a quick dinner. We ended up at Bistro Ravioli, which boasted of a new location.

What’s Your Mood? Asks Wings And Dips

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Photo Credit: Davao City Life

It’s another “ME” day and I think I need to roam around somewhere and treat myself with a lavish dish. ‘Eat All You Can’ food establishments are quite popular in the city but I don’t think that would satisfy my hunger at this moment.

Welcome back, Green Tomato!

Monday, April 30th, 2012

Imagine my surprise when I saw my workmate walking up to our table at the GT Tower with this tray and a big plate of pasta. Immediately, I asked where he bought his lunch ’cause it was an unfamiliar dish. We’ve been dining far too often there, obviously, that’s why. 😀

The second he mentioned Green Tomato, I flipped out in excitement.


Friday’s, I’m In Love

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Friday’s is one of those many restaurants that I avoid simply because I tend to overindulge whenever I’m here. Food is always great here (so are the Mojitos!) so I usually lose all sense of control, forget about my diet and feel so terribly bad after. In fact, the last time I dined at Friday’s was with my best friend–some two years ago. Yes, it has been that long.

It was one fateful Tuesday however, when the boyfriend and I found ourselves in the comfortable booth seats of Friday’s. Wow that sounded dramatic. Too dramatic. 😀


Pizza, Pasta and Pasto

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Pasto, Paseo Center

Pasto, which I first got to try with the boyfriend last year, is slowly inching its way on top of my list of favorite restaurants solely for its affordable pastas and thin crust pizzas.

Their Paseo Center branch is on the third floor, which is pretty hard to miss when you’re not up for riding the escalator and up the stairs to the mezzanine-like third floor. But since we all have a certain fondness toward their dishes, we didn’t notice the stairs. 😛