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Isang Araw Sa Rockwell

First stop was lunch. I don't know why but we only patronize a few restos whenever we go to the Powerplant Mall. And today, the chosen one is ---


We chose a table near the entrance because the last time we dined there, we were seated near the kitchen and we have this "grilled meat" smell around us after we left the resto.



Daughter and I both had the pork, while hubby ordered the salmon.




Dessert  ---


We had a scoop of caramel (dulce de leche) and watermelon sorbet. Diet-mode na. Still too full with lunch though but daughter's tooth is itching for some gelato! :)


Then its pasyal time. Went first to Fully Booked (fb) then had a macaron each at TWG-- hahaha. Can't resist e. Sorry no macaron pics. Then we discovered these yummy chocolates ---


I love the one with green mango and sea salt. Yumyum!!!

And before heading off, bought a small pan of inutak --- brain food?? lol



Tasted like sapin-sapin for me. Not that exciting.


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