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Brunch At Outback Glorietta

Just last week, about two days before my trip to Hong Kong, I met up with C and J in Glorietta for a brunch get-together. Also, J recently celebrated her 18th birthday so this is a special brunch for us.

I can't remember the last time I ate at Outback but I'm pretty sure that it was at the Glorietta branch also.


We were the first ones inside since the restaurant just opened its door for the day. I wanted to sit near the window but was voted against it because the sunlight might ruin our photos. Haha.


Ceasar Salad with Spicy Shrimps. I love the romaine lettuce and the dressing and the slivers of cheese. Perfect blend! The shrimp was not too spicy, thankfully and it tasted good with the salad.


Seafood Pasta. No need to rave about this. I just love seafood. ;)


Buffalo Wings. I almost didn't eat this because I've already eaten more than my usual amount of chicken but I can't resist especially when C and J mentioned that it was delicious. So I had about three helpings of chicken wings and a stick of celery. And my friends were right because the chicken was indeed delicioso. The chicken's hint of spiciness will make you crave for more bite instead of asking for water. Amazing!


Dark Bread. So good with the chicken and the salad that we asked for an extra serving. This comes free, by the way. Crunchy on the outside and chewy inside. Alas, the second one that was given to us stayed too long in the oven and tasted burnt. :(


That's J with her molten chocolate cake ala mode. Happy 18th Birthday !!! Cheers !!!


And that's us- looking full already even if we haven't touched our food yet. ;)


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