Too bad service was pretty lacking, what with the very much inexperienced staff. Totally adored the manager's initiative though, in making our table more 'baby-friendly', like placing the cutlery away from my baby's (very) quick hands.
Hot hazelnut chocolate - $4.80
Sounds good? Here's the best part, my friend actually ordered the Hazelnut Cappuccino ($4.30).
So I got to have a taste of this when she asked me to verify if this had been more of a chocolate drink than coffee.
They eventually replaced this with her actual order. This one wasn't that bad, actually!
Classic Avocado - $6.90
This is oh-so-awesome! Came highly recommended by my friend.
Avocado with milk AND vanilla ice-cream. My friend was griping that there was less mocha syrup than the previous time that she was there.
But it already taste sooo good!
There's actually a 'Rainforest' version that comes with crushed chocolate chips. Yum-zeh!
Comes with every mains.
This may be a simple bowl of greens but I tell you, the vinaigrette totally rocks! I wonder if it's the 'honey-lime' sauce that seem prevalent in most of their salad dishes.
Waffle fries w/ cheese & sour cream toppings - $4.90
I can't believe this cost only that. Makes me wanna go back there and just order this. Especially when these came piping hot. *drools*
Baked seafood pasta New Orleans - $15.90
The picture and description on the menu looks really enticing. Was really excited to see that there was a chockful of seafood items in that bowl.
Just too bad the sauce was a lil'... bland. As someone who is not used to sprinkling salt into her food, I just bear with the slight tastelessness. What a waste. The sauce was almost good.
The menu here seemed to have shrunk somewhat. Maybe they re-vamped it. Missing some dishes that I've had before. Like the 'Honey something-something Ribs'. Hmm...