I had blogged about my celebration at Shakey's and at Shomal by Hossein, for my third, a simple lunch date at Friday's. My son and I met Lloydie in Trinoma, in Starbucks, at the 2nd level of the mall to be exact, brandishing a new hairstyle (tandang-tanda ko pa ha, hehe), I even had to take a second look to make sure *grins*. It was decided that we'll have our late lunch in T.G.I. Friday's, so in Friday's we went and ate.
It is located at the 4th floor, in the roof garden area, and as expected of the dining establishment, they have this cool, chic and retro interior design with not-so-shabby looking waiting staff and receptionist that are always on their toes and ever-so-courteous. It doesn't lean on the cheap scale but with their good service and good food plus the cozy ambiance, I'm telling you, you can never go wrong with Friday's.
Be wary though, different folks do have different tastes, so make sure you or your friends/family are craving for something TGIF is famous for before you make that reservation or take that seat.
I had the Chicken Club Sandwich - layers of ham, chargrilled chicken breast, American cheese and crisp bacon piled double high between three slices of wheat bread with fresh lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise; the serving also comes with fries. Priced at 395 pesos and labeled as a must try, no one can resist this delight. I was so full after eating this sandwich sans the fries as my son hoarded it all for himself :D
Lloydie's order was Tortilla Crusted Fish - mild white fish coated with crisp tortilla crust atop savory rice with pico de gallo and a side of Southwestern sour cream, priced at 425 pesos. I'm not a fish-dish enthusiast so I can't say anything about it but it must be good coz she almost finish it (do remember that TGI Friday's menu comes in big servings) and I'm telling you Lloydie is a picky eater :P
Spaghetti Bolognese is one of the offerings in their Kids Menu, also one of my son's order, he never did get to finish it, actually, he only tried a spoonful as he felt full already. You know how kids are, takaw mata lang lagi :P We took it home and I had it for dinner *grins*, verdict? I love it!
Another kiddie meal on the list is their Hotdog Sandwich, my son feasted on fries (his and mine) and was too full to actually appreciate the sandwich, he nibbled on the hotdog sans the buns and complained (a lot) that the hotdog is too watery for his taste *lol*.
I forgot how much those two cost but I bet it is cheaper than the regular meals, or at least I hope so *grins*.
My son had a double dose of Chocolate Milk Shake which I swear cost too much *sigh* but he enjoyed it a lot, so as a mom, I guess it's okay, as if I have a choice, hurhur.
I had a Mango Shake, one of my favorite drinks of all time, while Lloydie had a can of Diet Coke.
A helluva lots of thank yous to Lloydie, sa uulitin :D