Thursday, September 15, 2011

The Ayala Triangle Project: Chef Laudico's Bfast

 Bangus Belly Paksiw, PhP 158.00   ($ 3.66)


Last year, when I was working somewhere in The Fort, I planned to review all the restaurants in Serendra. However when I was about to begin, something great came up in my career. I need to move in to a better company located in Makati, more good news when I found a different location, the Ayala Triangle Gardens. Folks, I and my new set of colleagues will review restaurants located in Ayala Triangle and we'll call this The Ayala Triangle Project.



Angus Tapa, PhP 168.00   ($ 3.89)


The project's criteria are; Food Quality, Ambiance, Service, and Cost/Prices. We will add Overall impression and suggestions afterwards. Five (5) indicates "Exceptional Experience", Four (4) indicates a place "worth a come back", three (3)  - 2.3333333333333333333333333333 means "a casual place to eat", two (2) means "acceptable", and one (1)means "poor". Please note that we are non-professional critiques and we are just doing this for fun. In some other way, perhaps, our non-expert reviews help you decide where to dine-in if you happen to check out the restaurants in Ayala Triangle Gardens.


 Special Beef Stew, PhP 168.00  ($ 3.89) Braised beef in meat sauce topped with garlic mushrooms


Food Quality : 3
Ambiance      : 4
Service          : 3
Cost/Prices    : 2


 Angus Tocino, PhP 168.00  ($ 3.89)


Overall Impression:

The taste of food were good but the presentation was poor. Except for the Special Beef Stew and Bangus Belly Paksiw , our food were served in plastic plates. I hate eating in plastic plate and drinking in a plastic, oily cup. We asked for drinking straw but the crew politely said that drinking straw was out of stock. We waited more than 20 minutes but our food were served cold. The ambiance was great, we dine al fresco, surrounded by the most prestigious office towers in the Philippines.


Chef Laudico's BFAST
Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati Ave. Bel-Air
Makati City, Metro Manila
Philippines
Telephone No.(02) 621-6100 


The Ayala Triangle Project

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