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Mr. Moo's Barn At Il Terrazo

I don't really have plans to go to Il Terrazo tonight but daughter texted me that there's a B1T1 lamb chops promo at Rustan's Fresh so I included a short side-trip there after having dinner somewhere nearby- which is about 2km away. I walked all the way to burn off unwanted calories--- hahaha.

Anyways, after buying the precious lamb chops, I was about to go home when I suddenly had this urge to check the new restaurants in Il Terrazo. And this is what I saw .....


So, so happy! Now I need not wait for us to go on a Tagaytay trip just to hoard milk from Mr. Moo's. Bestseller is the Carabao's Milk.


That's the price list board. I'm happy that the mark-up is not that high compared with the selling price in their Tagaytay branches.


Read previous entry about Mr. Moo's here.


Mr. Moo's
Ground Level
Il Terrazo, Tomas Morato
Quezon City

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