A couple of days ago, me, Beloved, and Hannah had dinner at Glorietta’s Food Choices. The particular stall we ordered at was the Go Greek! one at the relatively newly-opened corner. It’s been a while since we actually had a reason to go to Glorietta, and the last time I ate at Food Choices, this place was still under renovation.
Beloved and I had dinner at Cyma last night. This Greek-specializing resto is located at the fourth floor alfresco area of Trinoma where pretty much all of the expensive high-end restos are located. We went here because Beloved wanted salad. Yeah, I know. Anyway, I was really reserved from going here because I have no idea what Greece cuisine is all about. The only Greek food I know of is gyro and the only other Greek-specializing restaurant I know of is Go Greek!, which I haven’t yet tried but heard praises from their salads. I assume that this place has great salad, so we readied our wallets hoping for the best.
After the event we went to last night, me and Beloved and our friends passed by World Class Persian Kebab. I’ve never heard of this place before even though we’ve basically eaten at every affordable place at Tomas Morato. My friend says this is the best place for Persian food at extremely affordable prices as well. He also mentions that this place is open 24 hours. When we got there, I realize why I’ve never seen this place before. It is located at the corner of Tomas Morato and E. Rodriguez, the side of Tomas Morato we have little reason to go to. Perhaps this visit to World Class Persian Kebab would give us reason now.
My friends and I celebrated one of our companion’s birthday at Persia Grill on SM North EDSA’s Sky Garden a couple of nights ago. I guess it’s pretty obvious that this place specializes in Persian food, such as kebabs and the likes. What made us decide to go here was a promo involving beer, bongs, and food. And, yes, I did say bong, as in the one you smoke weed in. Except Persia Grill’s bong doesn’t have weed in it, just the water and the smoke.