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Mitre And Peanut Butter Tourists

Its so hard to sked a kita-kits with friends especially during summer but since Jovee lured us with sweet treats and hello kitty goodies, the "date" was set faster than a blink.

As always, we don't bother to order anything from Mitre but crispy pata and laing. What can I say? The crispy pata was calorific but divinely delish! Must try. Costs P318 regular and P480 large. Three to four persons can enjoy the regular size crispy pata as long as you will order other dishes too. Or good for 2 pax! ;)




Alas, laing was not available that time so we had the crispy shrimps. Our first time to try this dish.


Not bad. And the shrimps were fresh! But its so konti, as in bitin. Pica-pica for 1-2 pax only. Costs P148.00.

And this is the reason why Irene and I needed to meet up with Jovee. ;) We got a bottle each. Thank you!




Reese's Peanut Butter. Mine, all mine. :D Let's see if I'll like this better than Skippy Roasted Honey Nut. Check future posts.

Another new and yummy discovery at Mitre- home-brewed iced tea. Just be sure to tell them to serve it in a carafe. It was Irene who ordered it first then Jovee and I fell in-love with the pink carafe. Irene also mentioned that it tastes good and not nestea. Alas, ours was served in a glass. :( May favoritism! Hahaha.


Then we played tourist for a bit and took some photos outside Mitre. Attempts at being a photographer.





That's Us, pre-crispy pata attack mode. Missing Christine at today's lunch.



Ristorante Delle Mitre
CBCP Bldg., 470 Gen. Luna Street
Intramuros, Manila
(across San Agustin Church)

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