My Memorable Restaurant Dishes of 2012 (Part 1)

My Memorable Restaurant Dishes of 2012 (Part 1)

Sunday, December 30, 2012

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It's the end of the year, and this time, my way of ending it would be to give you a list of my most memorable dishes from the countless restaurants I've been to.

It's a given that from the numerous restaurants I've tried, I have tasted a lot of really scrumptious victuals. It's also good to note that there are even some restaurants, though quite rare, which serve a copious amount of delectable food on their menu, that it's hard to pinpoint for which dish exactly are they known for.

This list comprises the particular viands that not only do I think are good, but something that makes me crave for it on some days, and salivate while thinking about it. If I were to just list down everything that I loved, I'm afraid this would be more of a novel instead of a blog post; my list is already far too long as it is, hence the need to divide it into two parts. So, without further ado, let me escort you down my 2012 gustatory memory lane...

Crispy Dinuguan from Kanin Club
Kanin Club Crispy Dinuguan 2

Chicharon Bulaklak from LZM Restaurant. Go try their Boneless Bangus and Pinakbet, too!
LZM Chicharon Bulaklak 2

US Bone-In Prime Rib Roast from Circles Event Cafe
Circles US Bone-In Prime Rib Roast

Seafood Salad Maki from Kulinarya Kitchen. This is one of those aforementioned restaurants where just about everything tastes good. From salads such as the Harvest Salad (see cover photo) and Crab and Mango Salad to mains like Grilled Steak with Truffle Butter and Beef Salpicao (see cover photo), and all the way to desserts like their Red Velvet and Choco Lava Cake, you'll definitely be back just so you can get your hands on more of their dishes.

Salpicado from Napa Restaurant and Bar
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Premium Boneless Short Ribs from Bulgogi Brothers. Nicely paired with Bulgogi Bibimbap.

USDA Porterhouse from Hai Chix and Steaks
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Maryland-Style Crab Cakes from Village Tavern
Village Tavern Maryland-Style Crab Cakes 2

Grilled Chicken Spinach and Mixed Greens also from Village Tavern
Village Tavern Grilled Chicken Spinach and Mixed Greens

Brunch dishes from The Cake Club. Clockwise from Top Left: Whole Wheat Buttermilk Pancakes, Stuffed French Toast, Pan Fried Foie Gras, Mediterranean Eggs.

Kurobuta Pork Set from Yabu
Yabu Kurobuta Pork

Cerveseria's eponymous Paella
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Pokipoki Gratin from Chef Tatung
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More unforgettable dishes on my next post...
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6 comments:

Mary Lovelee said...

Oh my goodness! All those dishes (except the crispy dinuguan because i don't eat it) looks so goooooood! i am in a state of craving for some of those food right now, at this unholy hour. But seriously, I wish you more food trips for 2013! =)

http://thisislovelee.blogspot.com/

Guia Obsum said...

Thanks Lovelee! Here's to more food trips for all of us! Cheers! :)

Anton Sarah Santos said...

reading you blog make me crave to eat at every restaurant you mention.

for the korean resto i've been visiting several time yoogane for their chicken dak galbi

Guia Obsum said...

Thank you! :) I have hear of Yoogane, though I've yet to try it. I'll try that if I found myself in the place hopefully soon. :)

Ljlim said...

if talking about yoogane, they have the most authentic korean flavor I've tasted

steven said...

nice article, hope I could have the talent in writing too :D make a review of yoogane want to read your review of it

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