And today, I’m going to read my favorite part of my diary again..
The part when there was me and you.
I felt happy..and sad at the same time.
When: September 24, 2012
Where: A Veneto Pizzeria Ristorante or simply Aveneto :) (MOA)
How did we discover Aveneto: Random check on the internet. I read a lot of good things about this restaurant and I got really curious so I asked them if we could try this out. They have no choice, soooo LEEGO TO MOA! :)
WARNING: DO NOT DINE HERE ALONE OTHERWISE YOU’LL DIE BEING TOO FULL :))
We find it hard to find the place because it’s located along the seaside in front of SanMig by the bay. Okay, I know! It’s not that hard to find it. Buuuut, I forgot to search where the restaurant is located (stupid me!). Thanks to the guards :) This week’s MonDate is extra fun because we’re with Ira.
The place is typical, you know, fast-food type of set-up. Nevertheless, the restaurant was nice and clean. The “Create your Own Pizza” caught my attention because I thought we’re going to choose our toppings and design it ourselves. I like self-service type of thing that’s why I ordered that along with 3 toppings (Bacon, Ground beef and Pineapple). My pizza came, all prep up. :(
HAHAHAHA! Aveneto Family Platter. Sorry I was very hungry, I forgot to take a picture before attacking the food. :))
We also tried the Japanese Ice Cream in Mochicreme :)
I think it’s kinda expensive for its size but the taste was okay. I just don’t like the rice cake-ice cream tandem that much.
Hooooray for Mondays! Lovin’ the experience! :”>
When: September 9, 2012
Where: Pepper Lunch (Robinsons Place Manila Branch)
History of why we have a MonDate:
a. Basically, my friend Mhariz ruined her schedule for this term to attend P**D*VT W**K**** :)) If we are not going to have a MonDate, she will be spending 4 hours and 40 minutes of her life talking to herself in the Library or the CompLab. haha!
b. We like to try new stuff. -END-
How did we discover Pepper Lunch: Through Munchpunch :)
If I’m not mistaken, Pepper Lunch is a self-service restaurant. They serve “fast-steak” placed in a VERY hot metal plate. You can choose whether you want your steak to be raw or well-done because you’ll be the one who’s going to cook it anyway :) I heard this restaurant is popular in Tokyo. So.. yeah, here’s the summary of our Pepper Lunch Experience:
Before mixing my Teriyaki Beef
After mixing. Yeah yeah I know it doesn’t look appetizing. But it’s good! REALLY! :)
Fun MonDate indeed! Looking forward for mooooore!