Thursday, February 21, 2008

yum yum yum

still continuing my la mesa eco park series, the place is huge and after walking/trekking and playing i got hungry and found this cute nipa hut kiosk serving filipino dishes, i actually got attracted with these mangoes and i ordered mango shake for my drink... actually most of the families we saw at the park have their own packed lunch or baon and some even enjoy barbeque! yes they also have designated areas where you can grill your baon and have your picnic

hmmmm yummy everything in the menu are filipino dishes and quite affordable too

ordered bistek tagalog or beefsteak and it is delicious, i'm telling you :)
am i making you hungry now?

11 comments:

Olivier said...

tout cela est très beau, et donne faim

It is all very beautiful, and gives hunger

oldmanlincoln said...

Yes, it makes me hungry. And is the meal served on the green leaf? Nice shot.

thess said...

Oh la la!

*takbo sa kucina, ginutom sa pics ni tita pusa*

bertN said...

Nakakagutom naman yang bistek tagalog na 'yan! Btw, what is hotsilog?

pusa said...

hi olivier - thans for dropping by =)

@oldmanlincoln - yes it is served on a banana leaf - it serve as a plate, i think you should try eating or putting food in the banana leaf, the leaf adds flavor to the meal =)

@thess - hahaha luto ka rin bistek?

@bertn - hotsilog means hotdog + sinangag + itlog

pao said...

pabili ng garlic butter tanigue steak!

Mandaragat said...

Tanigue steak sound good!

Sidney said...

I like bistek tagalog.... but that is not enough for me... I would at least need 3 orders to fill my stomach ! ;-)

elay said...

i'll order garlic butter tanigue steak..sounds yummy..and i like fish and sea foods. no meat as much as possible..

lynne said...

i'm hungry...

Ambo said...

matutulog na sana ako ginutom ako sa post na to! Natawa ako pagbukas ko kala ko ikaw yung nagsusulat hahahaha.

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