Monday, March 21, 2011

Trying out the discreet but successful Cookbook Kitchen

Back in February, my sisters and I were so bored at home that we decided to go to Eastwood and pamper ourselves. But we ended up munching at

We haven't eaten lunch but we were supposed to go to a party that night so we opted for food that are light yet filling.
Cream of Squash Soup
Garlic Shrimps
Parmesan Herbed Fries
I ate the most scrumptious, perfectly spiced, marble potatoes when we were at Manor Hotel Baguio so I was super excited to order the Temecula Ribs which are served with marble potatoes. But, imagine my surprise when I saw 3, yep you read that right, THREE pieces of marble potatoes. What's more sad is that it seems like they forgot to season it. Its saving grace however, was the main attraction of the dish...the temecula ribs. I liked its texture and flavor. The meat was tender and flavorful. make the dish a winner, maybe they can pair it with baked potatoes or mashed potatoes instead of the 3 marble potatoes and rice?
Temecula Ribs served with marble potatoes
Of course we couldn't end our meal without ordering dessert. We agreed to get Helen's Moist Chocolate Cake.
Nomnomnom, doesn't it look delectable?

I know there's a lot more dishes to try at Cookbook Kitchen. I heard the Parmesan Crusted Fish and the Scarlet Cake is to die for. At least now I know where I'd be leading my company to whenever I'm in Eastwood.

Cookbook Kitchen is located at 8 Socorro Fernandez St. Mandaluyong City (call them at: 724.35.95) and at the outside vicinity, ground floor of  the New Eastwood Mall; beside Ramen Bar (call them at 709.35.93).

1 comment:

  1. Oh my, nomnomnom indeed!!! Ribs look delicioussss. :-)


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