Practice Prudency

Food Trip 2

Posted in budget, food by airamailicec on June 17, 2009
My Choice of Meal

My Choice of Meal

We had a worthy meal at the Old Spaghetti House. I ate a hearty meal of Chicken Piccata with Garlic Spaghetti and gulped it down with iced tea. It was definitely worth the money. At Php 140.00 and less you can afford the meals on the left (drinks not included).

My friend was a rice person so she ordered this chicken rice meal (Golden crusted chicken with rice and cheese crepe). And she totally loved it!

I’m planning to go back and interview the owner about his/her shop for my blog. Ohh and I’m also planning to taste their classic lasagna at Php 135.00 only.

Old Spaghetti House is one affordable and chic Italian restaurant.

My Friend's Meal

My Friend's Meal

Rating/s:

Restaurant Ambiance: Very Good! The restaurant is designed in an old fashion way from the furniture to the floor to the ceiling and walls. There are wines set in all tables but these are not for drinking.

Food: Delicious – 4 stars! The food is affordable, clean, and delicious. They even over these “Merienda Meals” with prices pegging from Php 80.00 to 120.00 only.

Service: Very Good! The crew were courteous, friendly, fast, and clean. Food preparation takes about maximum of 10 minutes. Service charge is 10% of your total order.

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Posted in food by airamailicec on June 7, 2009
Shawarma Pizza

A Yummy Treat - Shawarma Pizza

The 2-day weekend is a time for a good rest and fun. That includes bonding with your close friends while enjoying tasty yet affordable food.

Aside from friends, it is also entertaining to observe how the restaurant operates – from customer service, ambiance, and down to the food they serve. I thoroughly enjoy trying out restaurants that are new to my taste.

I make it a point that once or twice a month I try new tastes. Every new taste is an experience. I consider this a reward for my hardwork. I sometimes get lucky to eat these sumptuous feat without shedding money.

What’s my sneaky secret? People.

Filipino people are generous by nature. We are fond of treating others in any occasions. This is advantageous for free riders like me.

Nothing taste better than eating good food without paying at all. Though this should not become a habit. My technique to repay their kindness is by paying it forward.

Being a free-rider always is not a good reputation. Its always good to share whatever blessings you have. In the long run it will always go back to you in another way. Practicing prudence does not literally mean that you have to be a scrimp when it comes to spending. It just meant that you have to be both practical and generous.

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