Then, a friend posted a picture with a big margarita glass. The photo says "at City Time Square" which added to my curiosity of the place.
A week after I went to that same resto-bar my friend got her blue drink. A friend was visiting from Surigao so I took him there. I scanned the place. Interesting shops, I said. Mostly food shops, a haven for foodies out there. What caught my attention was Taj. I craved for chicken biryani.
Last Feb 14 I tagged my friends for lunch right after our shift. While everyone was so excited with their romantic dates which I didn't have and you don't have to have a romantic date that day, instead of being bitter, I decided to celebrate the day with my good friends. (I'm saying this line with my practiced smile)
Good grief that day was done. So it was just another 24 hours. I woke up 12 min night. It was 15th already and I survived. The flowers wilted and the chocolates melted. So moving on! (bitterness, right?)
It's a sit-down rather than a squat type like I had last time.
Obviously I enjoyed the paintings on the wall.
Here's what we got:
|with Basmati rice and yogurt at 189 pesos|
|it didn't come with a sauce but I asked for curry sauce to dip this to at 60 pesos|
|at 100 pesos|
|just like shawarma without the heavy sauce at 175 pesos|
|at 99 pesos (green tea something sauce and tamarind sauce)|
I thought i wont get another Samosa from my last experience, surprisingly this tastes good. Perhaps the sauce. or perhaps not enough curry. Is it a good or a bad thing?
Overall, it was a good place to dine. The staff were friendly and accommodating as I tried to recall my Indian food vocabulary. Not too spicy and a bit pricey but I enjoyed their food.
See, Valentine's day is not as bad. Its a matter of perspective.. haha!