We were supposed to dine at Seafood Island but because of the weather, the place ran out of ingredients. Not sure about the low-down of why we had to leave and transfer to another restaurant but I think that's the reason. We went to Abe's instead. It was my first time there as I would never choose a Pinoy restaurant when dining out simply because I feel like I've been eating Pinoy food all my life. I was so wrong. Good thing I ran for an hour that afternoon because I was beyond stuffed after dinner. The food was sooooo good. Or maybe I haven't eaten a real meal in a while?
Crispy pata, chicharong bulaklak, gising-gising, bicol express, and a ginormous fried fish would definitely fill anyone's tummy. I love Chicboy's gising-gising but Abe's version definitely destroyed it. It was creamy and spicy, plus the veggies were still a little crunchy. The Crispy pata was well, crispy! But the meat was so tender at the same time. The best dinner on a rainy night.
Oh and by the way, I saw my super crush back in college, Jeber! Hahahaha! I went to the moon and back when he said hi to me. *I told you Gen, he knows me!*
|The best Gising-gising ever!|
|I have no idea what kind of fish this is.|
|Heart attack in a plate, chicharong bulaklak|
|A good friend of mine, the ladies' man, Sir Allan, Atty. Pamis soon! Thanks for putting up with my sob stories. Hopefully, by the time we meet again, we won't be talking about my miserable love life. Hahahaha!|
P.S. Thank you Tita Susan and Tito Gu for dinner. Oh and bon voyage to Gen's cousin who's leaving for the States today. Til next time! Hahahaha! Still waiting for our group pics more Tita Susan's phone. :)