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Asian Cuisine At Longrain Restaurant

After window shopping and star gazing (a.k.a. celebrity watching, he he) last Sunday at Rockwell, Makati (a.k.a. "Celebrity Mall" because I always bump into several celebrities whenever I go there) we were tired and hungry. Thanks to Longrain Restaurant we had a fill. I'm not sure if this is the same Longrain of Australia, but there is a resemblance in the menu. No, I haven't been to Sydney or Melbourne, I only searched for the webpage. Wish! So what's extraordinary about the place? The menu shows various Asian cuisine including Singaporean, Vietnamese and Thai, and the funky interiors and the neon green billboard inside the resto will delight your senses. We were given free iced tea and lemonade refills (not specified in the menu) and the staffs are very accommodating.
D had Chili Chicken and Pork Adobo. Unlike the usual adobo, this one had too much sauce, the meat were "swimming" in the bowl. I found it too vinegary and it wasn't spicy enough.
I had Chicken Pandan which reminded me of a better version of the same dish in Cafe Laguna of Ayala Center Cebu City. Perhaps the other items on the menu are better tasting, but we're trying another restaurant next time.
Longrain is located at the R2 floor of Powerplant Mall, Makati City.

Parang ang sarap naman ng chicken pandan mo! mas masarap ba kesa sa Dusit Thani?

Ano yung isa na prang me egg? Pork Adobo ba? baket me egg? hehehe, sorry ha di ako marunong magluto!

Mas gusto ko ang food sa Dusit Thani although mas maraming options sa Longrain. Yung may quail egg, yun ang adobo, he he!

actually there are different ways to cook abodo. depending kung saan ka galing na region! like us (i'm from bicol) we usually add some coco milk on it! or sa batangas un adobong dilaw. but, i bet lahat naman iyon masarap :) lutong pinoy eh:) sige po magpakabusog :)

Ah ganun pala yun. Tnx for the info Kurimaw :)

bago layout =) hehe bakit ba tuwing pupunta ko d2 eh nagugutom ako. hehe

he he mahilig kumain eh :)

no prob lem po :) basta food count me in!

uuuy kakagutom. the adobo looks yummy. :-) kumusta presyo? is it affordable? pwede ba mag-sama ng date dun without busting my pocket?

He he pagpunta ko ng Bicol, ask ulit kita Kurimaw:)

Oo naman, P500 lang bill namin. Kaming 2 ng hubby ko na parehong matakaw, he he :)

nice blue layout... and interesting posts.

i love adobo!!!

Oh my gosh! I AM SO HUNGRY! :)

Hi Jase, glad you liked my new look :) Sikat ang adobo ah!

Oops sorry Tee, I didn't mean to make you hungry. He he.

yumm... chili chicken and chicken pandan... and i don't eat pork but adobo with lots of sauce sounds interesting.

hi, ate jairam! cool name. by the way, thanks for the visit. you wanna exchange blog links with moi? ^_^

Sure Acey :)

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