Thursday, January 20, 2011

Krazy Garlik

So the other night my friends and I headed over to Resorts World for a GOOD TIME. I had just spent the whole day at Greenbelt with my fabbity-fab friend James and I had yet to eat lunch or dinner. It was 9 o'clock when my friends and I arrived at Resorts World and I was starving like THERE WAS NO TOMORROW. I wanted to eat the buffet but one of us had a discount card at Krazy Garlik so that's where we ended up eating.

Chloe and I split our orders (as usual). Here's what the TWO of us (yes, we ate it all!!) had:

Sopa de ajo: Spanish style baked garlic soup with bread
We started out with sopa de ajo. It was rather disappointing for me, not because it was bad sopa de ajo but merely because I am simply not a fan of sopa de ajo. :D

Sopa de ajo-wise, however, it was fairly tasty and oily enough to escape the label of "garlic and water." Also, by "with bread," they mean chunks of bread already floating in your soup.

Pineapple, fried garlic, shrimp and mozarella pizza
We also split a pizza. Disappointing as well. :( Sorry! I wasn't the least bit pleased with the crust (it tasted like flour and water-- this i know because I used to bake savage little flour and water things and eat them when I was a child). The garlic chips were crispy and the pineapples were sweet (plus points for those) but that's pretty much how garlic chips and pineapple chunks go... So it was nothing really special.

Krispy pata: pork leg topped with fried garlic
This I actually enjoyed. As you all probably know by now, I am manic for PIGS. So this was really a treat for me. The skin was crispy, the meat was tender, and the fat was FABULOUS!!

In conclusion, though, I wouldn't really recommend Krazy Garlik. Maybe if you wanted to try all the crispy patas in Manila?


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