Dinner At Annabel's Tomas Morato

With the lifestyle that keep I really don't get to eat much in fine dinning restaurants but through the years there are restaurants that has intrigued me oh how do they last in the industry considering that their market is not that big because of their high end menus. One of them is Annabel's


Thanks to a movie event I was able to finally try their food which I have always wondered how it tastes like every time I pass by their restaurant for coffee (the restaurant is just right beside Starbucks). 

We were served a soup first, which was quite ordinary, something that someone who knows how to cook can do. 



After finishing with our soup the main course was then served, a cup of rice some vegetables and two slices of an fried with some flour coating.

What special about this is the sauces that gives it a sweet and sour taste. I like the way the sauce was made because it has a good balance of both taste, not that sweet and the sour taste is not over powering.


I guess I would have to try more of their food as this dish that I had may just barely scratched the surface of their menu. So I guess I should come back for a real course. 


Annabels Resutarant 
194 Tomas Morato Ave. cor. Scout Delgado St., Quezon City, Philippines

11 comments:

  1. Looks like a neat post. Looking forward when you get to see more of the place. I'm sure it's gonna be a pleasurable experience.

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  2. as a jobless fresh graduate (lol) i don't get to eat at fine dining restaurants, i usually stay home most of the time and when i go out, fast food restaurants are my friends. Those looks delicious by the way but would you mind if i ask how much do they cost? :D

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    1. haha.... me too i don't usually eat out to places like this... but yes masarap naman yung food din.... =)

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  3. looks yummy ..but his looks expensive ... i seldom go for fine dining for the reason i dont know to use the thousand fork and spoons placed on the table... hahaha .. anyway any idea on the price if by chance i decided to put my table manner into a test?

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    1. expensive nga cia... thank you kay Bossing Vic sa dinner... hehehe... as for the price range pinaka mababa na price nila is around 185 pesos for a soup tapos highest is around 1800 pesos for a steak... kakalula!

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  4. The meal looks delish! The presentation neat and appealing. I'm pretty sure it tastes good as it looks.

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  5. Expensive-looking restaurants are usually out of my radar. But I do indulge every now and then, especially in the company of good friends. Tomas Morato, though, is a little out of way. But who knows, we just might find ourselves at Annabel's one of these days. :)

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  6. reading your post, I get the sense that it's a very nice place to have dinner or lunch... but like Maricel above this sort of restaurants are not within my capacity... Mang Domeng's Eatery is still the best for me... LOL

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  7. Deliciosioso!!! I am starving! I'd love to check out that place when we go for a vacation to Pinas someday!

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  8. Looks good and delicious. I heard about the place a lot ... good food, nice ambiance and the price is just about right.

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  9. Nice macro shot. We dine at restaurants for the experience, as one foodie has said. :) Thanks for visiting my blog!

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