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Mitre On A Sunny Day

It's been raining crazy the last three weeks that includes a BAHAGAT. A day and night of torrential typhoon-like rain that is just moonsoon rain gone crazy. It flooded almost the entire stretch of metro manila including rizal, cavite, batangas, bulacan and pampanga.

So once the sun's up (and classes are back to normal), me and my 3 foodie-mates had lunch at Mitre. This is our 3rd time to dine here in a span of one month. I guess the extensive menu and delicious food made us want to come back. Highly recommended is the crispy pata and blueberry cheesecake and the halo-halo. Oh, and don't order the saba con yelo because you won't be able to finish the saba since its more saba than yelo (ice).

However, for first time diners, you'll find it weird to order food like Archbishop-something's Kare-Kare or Archbishop's Pasta. Every dish are named after an archbishop with only few exception.





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