After our second stop, we went to ATC to stroll for a while then we went back to BF for our dinner. We chose to dine at Don Limone Grill which offered an extensive menu of Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. The place looked like a house turned into a restaurant. There were limited seats inside but they also have set up tables and chair outside.
Don Limone Grill is serving free garlic breads with dip for all customers dining in while waiting for their orders to be served. I think this is unlimited or should I say while supplies last because we were able to ask for another round.
So here’s what we ordered:
Beef and Blue Cheese Pizza – P525
Imported Gorgonzola blue cheese, crumbled beef, fresh rosemary & pistachio remoulade on sesame crusted pie.
Casalinga Pasta – P255
Beef meatballs and lean bacon blended with tomato sauce.
Chicken Caesar Piada – P255
Roasted chicken, mozzarella, and romaine lettuce with Ceasar dressing folded in homemade flat bread.
Bailey’s Irish Cream – P245
Sweet delicious cheesecake for dessert.
I’m running out of words to describe the food. It’s a bit pricey here but I can say is that all that I’ve eaten were really delicious plus I can’t find these dishes in any typical restaurant. Visiting here was so worth it.
Then, group picture after eating. If you read my previous post, we were only 4 but now a couple of our friends who lived nearby also dropped by and joined us.
After eating at Don Limone Grill, we transferred to the nearby establishment: Tavern Asia. Tavern Asia is known for their flavored beers. Their flavored beers don’t taste like beer at all. It tasted like C2 with beer mix in it. I wasn’t able to take more pictures because my camera’s memory was already full. So, just a group picture to remember the night was all I got.