Ah, it’s been a while… again. No, I haven’t gotten paid yet from any of my apparent sources of income. But because yesterday was a special day for Beloved and I, we decided to rummage our savings to eat somewhere special as well. We went to Eastwood City Walk’s somewhat newly opened restaurant Sambo Kojin.
First off, I apologize for the lack of posts recently. Beloved’s been busy with her practicum, and I’m broke. The good news is that Beloved passed her practicum and I’m very happy and proud about that. Also, I’ve also decided to write about affordable food places that deserve to be written about to compensate for my financial problems. This post won’t be one of them, though.
A couple of days ago, me, my mom, and my brother ate at BluFish in the Eastwood Mall. I have no idea what they serve, but I assumed they specialize in fish or seafood. I was correct. I was a bit turned off by the prices, but mom insisted, so we sat down at a table covered with a brown paper.
A couple of days ago, beloved and I went to Eastwood for dinner. We were supposed to eat at Ebisu only to find out it’s closed. After a couple of hours of indecisiveness, our hunger opted us to eat at the closest resto that we know serves unlimited drinks. Even though we ate there a week before, it happened to be Sizzling Pepper Steak.
Today, me and my mother and brother went to Eastwood mall. Having pretty much no choice since all other places had long waiting lists or aren’t really appetizing, we chose to go to Uncle Cheffy. It’s supposed to be a brick-oven restaurant featuring panizzas and barbecued stuff. I have never heard of this restaurant before, and never heard of any recommendations from other people mentioning this. It’s also my first time having panizza, so it’s pretty much a blind-tongued experience.
Earlier today me and my brother went to HotRocks. I’ve been here a couple of times and each of those times, I’ve been sated with their good steaks. Aside from steaks, they also specialize in different grilled food and other Pinoy favorites.