Skip to main content

Fridays Fridays

Celebrating Thursday night at TGI Fridays! It was a fun Thursday night since my group of mommymates was reunited with C who is now based in Cebu.

Ceasar Salad. Nothing unusual, still tasted the same. Yum!




Bottomless Nachos. Had two rounds with extra salsa and cheese dip. This is a swell order if you know that you and your friends will be talking a lot instead of eat a lot. Its easy to talk in-between nacho bites. And the crunchy munchy sound sound also helps in keeping you alert.


Burger. This is Uncle Panda's order. He joined us for dinner and unlimited chikahan. An honorary mommy, if I may add. ;)


Irene and daughter had a plate each of Chicken Fingers. Good!


Grilled Liempo with Garlic Rice. Yum yum. Big cut of liempo also. I want to eat this again soon. :D



And last but not the least, good friends are those who share not only good food but cheers each other for every victory, lends a shoulder for each cry-la-loo days, and doesn't stop being a friend even from afar. Cheers!

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Michelin Star Dining at Putien, Pavilion KL

Michelin Star restaurants are suddenly multiplying especially in the Southeast Asean region with lots of homegrown restaurants getting the international recognition it deserves. One such restaurant is Putien,  whose dishes can be traced back to Fujian, China. Putien was awarded a 1-Star Michelin in 2016, this was in Singapore where the restaurant originated. It has then expanded with several restaurants in SG and in other countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China.

RECIPE: TKG's Brownie Balls with Cointreau Infused Cranberries

We may still be quarantined inside our homes but that doesn't mean we have to let go of our love for food. And if there's something positive that happened in our new normal, I'd say that most people (including me) have discovered the simple joys of spending more time in the kitchen. Here's my take on a classic brownie recipe made special with Cointreau.

Ooma-zing Food!

Sharing one of our resto-favorite! We've been dining here for about three years now and as much as I'd like to keep this resto a secret, it's already out in the open about how good the food is at Ooma. Ooma is a Japanese-fusion restaurant so don't expect the usual Japanese dish preparations but be ready for not only a visual feast but a fusion of east and west. For starters, we had this delightful cheesy maki. I believe this is on a limited run on the menu so I really can't recall what it's called. Crunchy and cheesy really, my daughter love this so much.