Restaurant Review: Kitchen at Greenbelt 3

Published on February 14, 2009

Boyet and I had dinner at the Kitchen last Feb. 12 to celebrate our 4th anniversary. I have been to Greenbelt a lot of times but I wasn’t aware that there is such a place. The place is nice and cozy and it offers an interesting menu.

We had their Wrapped and Ready for appetizer. It is a shrimp roll with turnips, mushrooms and vermicelli noodles. This is a must-try!

Wrapped and Ready Php140

Boyet tried their pan fried salmon belly with onion rings and kangkong at the side.

Too good it's so true Php195

I went for their seafood pasta sautéed in chili cream sauce. This was so delicious. The shrimp and squid were perfectly cooked. I loved the spicy kick of the cream sauce.

Under the Sun Php245

And of course, the memorable tiramisu! This one is different because I think they used our very own "otap" instead of the usual lady finger or graham crackers.

Grand Slam

The food is not the only thing that makes this restaurant interesting. We were laughing the whole time because of their utensils. Below is not the picture of their spoon and serving spoon. In the left is their tablespoon for desserts while the other is their usual spoon. The spoon could not even fit into our mouth. :p

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