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lime leaf

Published June 13, 2009 by ladyemelye

another restaurant opened in madison square, pioneer. it’s name is lime leaf. the cuisine they offer is thai based, but at a more affordable price. junjun and i decided to check it out since they also had free wi-fi. =)

we ordered green pork curry and chicken satay. i also had the thai iced tea.
green pork curry
chicken satay
thai iced tea
the food and iced tea was good. the curry was a little bit sweet though. I liked the peanut sauce for the satay, except that it didn’t came with cucumbers and tomatoes which i like to munch on as side dish.
the value for the food was ok too. our total bill was around Php 300.00. the free wi-fi was definitely a plus.
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head over meals

Published March 25, 2009 by ladyemelye

monday night… another trip to madison square for our dinner. we decided to try out a restaurant called “head over meals.”

at first, we thought it was an expensive restaurant. but they offered meals which are cheap, but tasted good. the selection of food were also not your usual menu.

meals come in budget and big sizes. for viands, it comes with free rice, while for burger, it comes with free fries.

junjun ordered the honey glazed pork liempo, while i chose fish fillet florentine. we also ordered two glasses of softdrinks which caused Php 20.00 each.

honey glazed pork liempo – Php 80.00

fish fillet florentine – Php 75.00

overall, this is a good place to go to if you are on a tight budget and you want to steer away from your usual fried chicken and rice.

sonsi

Published March 17, 2009 by ladyemelye

for our dinner yesterday, we went to Madison Square along Pioneer St. Junjun & I opted to eat at a place called “Sonsi.” According to the server, their specialties are the longganisa. They had different variants of it: alaminos, vigan, tuguegarao, lucban, and cabanatuan.

Junjun tried the alaminos, while i chose the vigan longganisa. The vigan variety tasted more like what your longganisa would normally taste like, pork with spices. While the alaminos variety tasted a little bit liked smoked bacon.

One meal order consisted of the longganisa, garlic rice, egg, and a glass of iced tea. The longganisa were served crisply fried, and already cut into small pieces. For the egg, you have the option if you want it sunny side up or scrambled. I had mine scrambled while Junjun had the sunny side up. A native kind of vinegar was also used as a sawsawan for the longganisa.

The price for the meal was Php 125.00. It was fair since the servings of the longganisa and rice was enough for you to be full. It was unfortunate that we were not able to take pictures of the place, since our digicam was not with us.

Besides longganisa meals, they also had other offerings like liempo, boneless bangus, salisbury steak, pizza, pasta and bar chow.

Though i am not very fond of longganisa, i might go to this place once in a while. Next time i will sample their other dishes.

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