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Birthday Lunch With Friendships At The Mercado

Had a nice birthday lunch with my friends at The Mercado in Resorts World Manila. Its just too bad that we can't take a decent photo inside the restaurant because the resto happens to be inside the casino. But I did manage to snap some shots using my phone but the resolutions not that great.


My salad plate. Just some veggies with ranch dressing. Then I got a chocolate muffin, which turned out to be really, really good.





Beef something, Spicy Seafood and Fish. I love the beef, flavorful and tender. The fish is okay except that the salmon had some bones in it. :( But the mahi-mahi tasted divine. Ayan, parang candy crush. The seafood was just okay, nothing exciting but not lacking either. Its just not memorable.



Second round of beef and fish. I just got the mahi-mahi this time. Then some pasta arrabiata which I am really fond of. There's also kambing adobo but maraming buto so I didn't enjoy this dish.


Sossy streetfood- squidball, kikkiam, calamares and potato wedges. Just okay. I should have gotten a third round of beef!



Vanilla and Mango Ice Cream with Candy Sprinkles plus marshmallows dipped in chocolate. Love the ice cream and mallows.


Pudding and chocolate cereals. The pudding was a surprise. It was super sarap! And I even forgot to add the sauce pa. Two thumbs up.



And after the sumptuous lunch (really happy with the quality of food at Mercado compared to the Genting Buffet), we proceeded to play games! Hahaha. This is really a first for us since we usually just hangout to eat and shop. But maybe because its my birthday and we're feeling "adult" already that's why we ended up in the casino. :P


My lovely friends, nag-shopping! ;) Missing C today. Hope you can join us soon!

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