This is what I love during my free time - I can go to some place I want to chill out and kill time, like visiting some restaurant and try their specialties. I thought that maybe its time for me to use my gift certificate, And since I love pastas, I've decided to visit Italianni's branch at SM Mall of Asia. It is a Filipino-owned restaurant with the Italian-inspired theme, and offers ala-Italian menus, which are also not bad. I like the ambiance of their restaurant, have this very homey feeling, where in you can just relax while drinking your espresso, or reading the latest newspaper while waiting your server for your delizioco cibo.
Look at their interior? Isn't it simply pretty? Very comfy and relaxing. I like the wood interior, very Italian.
While I wait for my order, I've read the latest newspaper that my server offered me, took some stolen shots, sip my brewed coffee. It was really relaxing. Maybe I was just lucky that day - the restaurant is not crowded, which I really appreciate.
I've ordered Caesar Salad and Fettuccine Tartufo e Prosciutto. Its was amazing - you can taste that it was prepared well. I could taste the cheese and sauce very well. I have no question it their prices coz for me its quite reasonable.
Some people doesn't like going out alone, or dine alone. But not me. If I enjoy much being with someone or group of friends, yes I also enjoy dining out alone. It helps me to think and enjoy my "me-time syndrome".
Reading the Thailand-travel magazine getting tips for my future Thailand escapade.
Surprisingly, unlike other restaurants I've dined with, Italianni's has a huge servings. I mean, one order can be shared by two. I spent my usual an hour meal, to two and a half hour meal. I went hope with a smile in my face. I was satisfied.
My no-make-up-photo. I am comfortable going out with no make-up!
Try visiting Italianni's restaurant in the Metro. You can also check-out their website at www.italiannis.com.ph.
Labels: blogger lifestyle, fine dining restaurant, Italian Restaurant, Italiannis restaurant, pasta, restaurant review