My brother was celebrated his birthday yesterday and we decided that we should try dining at Lilac. So he checked who among the restaurants in Lilac has the best rating and Miguel & Maria showed up. We booked an Uber and headed to Miguel & Maria.
When we arrived there was a staff waiting for us as we go down. He opened the doors of the vehicle and ushered us to the entrance. From there he told us to go inside since there were still a lot of seats vacant. Continue reading Miguel & Maria in Lilac Street, Marikina
It was the first night we had in Cagayan de Oro. We were hungry and we were looking for something homegrown from Cagayan de Oro that was when one of my friends recommended Boy Zugba located in Centrio Mall.
As its name suggests most of their best products are that from the grill. Zugba came from the word sugba which means to grill. Continue reading Boy Zugba in Ayala Centrio Mall, Cagayan de Oro City
On my first day in Iligan City, I asked a good friend of mine to take me to a restaurant where we could have a light dinner. She thought of many restaurants in town and eventually decided that we should try The Fruh Cafe. Somewhere near Iligan Institute of Technology (IIT) in Tibanga.
When I looked at their menu I was glad that the prices were also light on the pocket.
We ordered the following.
- Seafood Pasta – 95 Pesos
- Aglio E Olio (Bacon) – 65 Pesos
- Mango Roll Crepe – 65 Pesos
- Bananas & Hazelnut Crepe – 59 Pesos
We were just a few customers when we arrived at The Fruh Cafe so our orders were served in about 5-7 minutes.
The Seafood Pasta was good. I was very glad that the shrimps and mussels were visible. The amount was enough for someone who’s looking for a light dinner. The taste was how a seafood pasta should be. A good mix of spices, herbs, oil, pasta, tomato sauce and seafood.
The bread was a bit over-toasted for my taste but it was still a good complement to the seafood pasta. Continue reading The Fruh Cafe in Tibanga, Iligan City, Philippines