After watching Wicked, we decided to have early dinner. It was quite difficult thinking where to dine because we weren't that hungry yet. Since Shangri-la is near the house, I decided to just have dinner there.
When we got there, we had to trim down our choices. Corazon was included in my To-Dine list but that time, I really wasn't in the mood to have Filipino food. So, we looked for other restaurants. But then again, the menu was something amiss and we still ended up at Corazon.
Find out what we ordered after the jump!
These mussels taste so good! It's not your ordinary baked mussels that can be easily ordered in Filipino restaurants. If you can see it's served on a big bowl full of salt. It's like two inches worth of salt.
Also known as Pork Binagoongan. It's 5 slices of Bagnet with bagoong and eggplant underneath. To all Binagoongan lovers out there (I'm one of them), this is a must-try! It's so sinfully yummy!
Taba ng Talangka Rice, PhP375.00
Could you believe that the two of use finished this? And we weren't that hungry when we dined here! This rice could be good for 4 people so the price is not bad if you think about it.
Sinigang ng Hipon with Green Mango, PhP430.00
Another must-try! I really like my Sinigang na Hipon sour. I especially like it when my face gets all maasim (facial reaction) when I sip on the soup. Come on, I know you like your sinigang that way, too! Honestly, we weren't expecting much when we ordered this so imagine our surprise when it met my expectation! It was very clever to add green mango.
Iced Tea, PhP98.00
It's refillable so no need to worry about finishing this up in a heartbeat!
I loved everything that we ordered and I will definitely come back to try more of their dishes! You can never go wrong with Filipino food, I know. But seriously, Corazon has outdone their dishes! I can sinfully devour their dishes!
Corazon is located at Shangri-la Plaza East Wing.
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