Posts Tagged ‘East Village’
…is all I did this weekend. One night, I checked out Pranna Lounge for dinner where I had a lovely time catching up with Little Twin-richie rich. While the company was fun and laughter filled, the food was also amazing. Pranna serves south asian cuisine with a modern twist.
For brunch, I finally checked out Maharlika. The service was great. Enzo sent over complimentary calamansi mimosas which we enjoyed. The food was good. But I was not adventurous enough to try the more exotic dishes which makes this pop-up worth talking about. I obviously stayed away from the Eggs Benigno, the Eggs Imelda and the balut. Nevertheless, I will definitely be back for the regular silogs.
Now it’s REALLY time to get back on the bike and work out.
So there’s a new brunch place in town. This one is a little closer to our hearts as it Filipino.
It’s a pop-up in the East Village that serves brunch platters of our traditional Filipino grub. Of course the ubiquitous sisig is served as well as pan de sal and quesong puti. All served by creatively fusing contemporary and exotic ingredients. I have yet to try this place dishes and I cannot wait because their menu is making my mouth water and homesick. Check out the menu here. Yummy!
Oh and did I mention that Maharlika is the baby of Enzo Lim?