What is a pescetarian? It means that the only kind of meat you eat is that of fish and other seafood. This makes dining out hard, given the limited seafood items on most menus. This blog talks about the choices a pescetarian has when eating out, about meals you can make (although these come few and far between), and, well... desserts. (I didn't say this was necessarily a healthy eating blog, did I?)
After a tiring climbing session that ended at 9pm, I wanted to have a light dinner. We went to Pancake House at nearby Capitol Greenstreet Complex, which was a new place for me (the complex, not Pancake House). I ordered what the menu calls the "best tuna macaroni salad". I often order this, and I always enjoy it, but this name never fails to amuse me.
Tuna Macaroni Salad
Capitol Greenstreet Branch
G/F, Capitol Hills Golf Clubhouse
Capitol Hills Drive
Metro Manila, Philippines
I've been eating a lot at Cerchio lately, mostly because I've been in the mood to eat salads recently and when I'm too lazy to think of what to have, I think of Cerchio's Shrimp Pomelo Salad.
So when Yeng and I were to have lunch and we had not idea where to eat, I suggested the place since I was in the mood for some greens again. She wasn't very enthusiastic about the place because she remembered that the last time we went there, she wasn't too impressed with the food. I asked her to give it another try.
I ordered the Shrimp Pomelo Salad again, then some Pumpkin Malunggay Soup. They both tasted like they always do. However, I also ordered their Seared Tuna Sashimi which Chi and I always order, and it tasted a bit different. It was not seared as well as it had been in the past. Maybe their regular chef had a day off? I was a bit disappointed as it did not taste like I expected it to be.
Shrimp Pomelo Salad
Pumpkin Malunggay Soup
For dessert, I had their Bailey…