Monday, April 26, 2010

Down South: A Relaxing Friday Night

Westgate, Muntinlupa is a new found place for us to chill out especially on a Friday night. The place is like a little Bonifacio High Street or Serendra and it is refreshing to go the South (for us who are steadily chilling out in Makati) to feel a new ambiance. One restaurant named Zong sparked up our taste buds and so we headed to the place and get our Chinese food. Initially, we thought they are serving Japanese food. But then again, they are serving Chinese food.

I am more of a seafood person now so mostly that I order/cook are either fish or shrimps. So I ordered the Singapore Style Fish Fillet. As how it was described in their menu, Fillet of Dory served with a sweet and tangry orange sauce topped with egg floss. Yeah, the floss tells you that it is indeed a Singaporean inspired food. The food was a bit pricey at Php 328 but it was given justification by the taste of the food. The tangy feeling is kicking in everytime you try to wrap your rice with its sauce. The fish is well-cooked and seeminly melting into your mouth once you devoured it.

For menus click here.

After our late meal, we headed to Cafe Breton just across Zong for a yummy coffee and dessert. Cafe Breton gives a homey and classy feeling by sipping your coffee from a porcelain made cup. It exudes a home-made coffee and the ambiance is suggesting that you are in your porch, getting a good talk with your friends and family while enjoying the scenic view of the place. The coffee shop is not that expensive as well. They have coffee that ranges from Php 85- 100+ and crepes for like Php 200. Not bad for a chill out Friday night. :)

a relaxing way to end our Friday night :)

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