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Birthday Dinner at Casa Roces Part I


Hubby celebrated his birthday recently and since he heard me raving about Casa Roces, he wanted to mark the special occassion there. And these are what we ordered:




Halo-Halo Shake. A new twist to the halo-halo. Actually, I find this better because the "halo" are mixed already. Tastes good especially the chocolate ice-cream.




Buko Pandan Shake. Tastes ok but when it comes to buko pandan I am partial to Nathaniel's.




Salmon Caviar Dip. We ran out of melba toast so I guess it means we love the dip. Extra order of melba toast please!




Artichoke Salad. Teeny-tiny artichoke bits. Good!

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