Our department heads treated us to lunch to celebrate our last day of summer classes. We didn’t have to go very far as there are plenty of choices along Katipunan. We ended up at Wooden Spoon which was a few minutes’ walk if you exit from Ateneo‘s Gate 3.5.
By the way, this marks my second time at Wooden Spoon! My personal favorite out of all the dishes is Tostadong Adobo, which I got to try in my first visit.
Here are some of the dishes I managed to take a picture of (before my classmates could “attack”):
Most dishes we ordered had veggies for the benefit of my classmates who do not eat meat due to their religious beliefs and/or diet choices.
Not fond of curry, but I was enticed to try this dish because it smelled so good (and it was placed in front of me!). No regrets. Each slice is tender and flavorful, and the curry taste isn’t as overpowering as the usual curry dishes I have previously encountered.
For dessert, we dug into these Filipino desserts that we all couldn’t get enough of. I personally like the Sago Cake because of its interesting texture with every bite.
I leave you with an intense craving for good Filipino food and a photo worthy of Instagram. Haha!
I hope not to need exercise clothing plus size for women anytime in the future, judging from the number of entries all dedicated to food!