If there's one place like an institution for great dining, you have to admit Annabel's restaurant along Tomas Morato should definitely be on that list. They serve the best Paellas I ever had! The fresh seafood, the aroma of that rice, the flavors is just mesmerizing. This is definitely their best meal in the house.
The great thing about this place is just...the ambiance is very homey. Maybe because this is an old house converted into a restaurant. They serve dishes in different sorts. Filipino, Spanish, Japanese... They also serves some steaks and different kinds of desserts. ( I really love the natural light flooding all over the place... )
Took a photo of Chef Ronaldo slicing that delicious Wagyu Steak!
Isn't that delicious! Im slowly getting hungry... :(
They also serve delicious salads with different kinds of dressings!
With a wide variety of desserts, its really hard which one would you get first! The one at the bottom that looks like a leche flan is so damn good! Theres also fruits on the side which is great. I love fruits after a really good meal. :)
But this one... this one is just sublime. Their version of the Red Velvet is simply delicious. That sweetness of that glaze on top, that moist succulent cake at the middle...it all bursts with goodness. It's so good...
They also have a wide selection of wine and spirits.. i actually love this wine rack . I actually want one at home!
I almost forgot that they also do flower arrangements. This one right here is just beautiful.
Annabel's is just one of those restaurants that I really love. The place is very relaxing... i love the smell of coffee all over.. (their coffee is really good too!). People usually do meetings here.. they usually talk about business... their recent tours.. their 9th hole in their game of golf... I mean, this is the perfect place to have some good coffee over great conversations. Good food, great ambiance.. its definitely Annabels...
Many thanks to Mam Grace and her staff for being very hospitable. Thanks also to the chefs. Your food is awesome! I also want to thank Hazel, my fellow officemate, for assisting me with the shoot.