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NEW RESTO ALERT: FAT Restaurant

I don't really mind getting Fat. The dishes at FAT Restaurant are so delightful, nevermind if its sinful on the tummy.


Bar Mix, P290. I'm not overly fond of popcorn but Fat's Bar Mix is so good I can't help but had the leftovers wrapped so that I can munch on them at home. Aside from popcorn, it has spiced nuts, salted caramel, powdered sugar and herbs. The salty-sweet-herb-combination makes this appetizer perfect.


Pork's Ear en Croute, P370. I love how chewy and delicious the pork ears are! This is the restaurant's classy version of our beloved sisig. The mango-mayo dip, which according to Chef Mikel Zaguirre is an accidental creation, makes this Pork's Ear en Croute truly a delightful snack.


Salmon and Uni Pasta, P780. The pasta is so creamy and delicious and the salmon is fat and juicy. A simple yet perfect combination that will just blow your mind away. Be ready to loosen up your belt after eating a plateful of this delightful pasta.



Porchetta, P770. Crispy skin and tender flavorful meat. The porchetta rests on a bed of fluffy mashed potato and spinach sidings. Yummy!


White Chocolate Cheesecake, P360. What makes this cheesecake unique is the sugared lemon rinds. The sugary-tart rinds blends in well with the white chocolate cheesecake. The medley of flavors doesn't overpower each other.


Flourless Dark Chocolate Cake, P360. Another sinfully delicious creation. *sigh*




FAT Restaurant
29th Street corner Rizal Drive
Forbestown, BGC
0917-5791936



Comments

  1. Wow everything looks divine. If that's the case, I wouldn't mind getting FAT either!

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  2. I think I will get fat in that restaurant! Hehe :)

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  3. Your dark chocolate cake had me drooling. I know its delicious just by the looks. Haizzz! Now craving for something sweet!!!

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  4. Wow that is all so enticing. Especially the porchetta!

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  5. looks like an interesting new place to visit!

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  6. Oh no! the cakes are so tempting that I want to have one as in now na :)

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  7. Mukhang magiging fat pa ako lalo when I eat here. The food looks yummy! :d

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