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Celebrating Christmas and New Year

We have this yearly family get-together with hubby's bff and his family and this year we all ended up in Trinoma. Arriving there an hour past lunchtime, our tummies begin to complain noisily. Fish and Co looked so inviting that we all decided to eat there. 

I haven't eaten in this restaurant for a very, very long time because of some personal matters but what I do remember how good the food tasted. And I was not mistaken. The restaurant still serve great tasting food. We ordered a lot and here are some of the photos ...


Baked Salmon


Hawaiian Pizza


Fish and Fries (used to be Fish and Chips)


Seafood Platter

Except for the pizza (duh! how can you expect to eat great tasting pizza in a seafood resto?), everything on our table was wiped out in no time. The pizza's a bit weird though because its made from pastry puff and not dough. We did find it a bit messy to eat and the taste is not that remarkable. Two thumbs up for the Fish and Fries!

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