We had our sights trained on a new restaurant that opened in Rockwell's Power Plant Mall but alas, it was close last Sunday. So, we head to my palate's first love -- Pinoy Food.
Say, hello to Wooden Spoon.
The interior's quite literal with wooden spoons hanging on the ceiling. Okay, they were spoon chandeliers. It's homey. And gives off a good vibe. Really suitable for families dining in. Booths are roomy, too.
The menu is minimalist but packs a punch on the choices. The dishes are that good that we had to resort to the ubiquitous, "extra rice." It rarely happens even with our apparent appetite for food.
|Traditionally done Dinuguan. Really, really good. (P250)|
|Adobo Flakes (P195)|
|Adobong Kangkong (P179)|
It was such a pleasant experience that I told my friends to check it out. We will definitely go back, too!
Concourse Level, Rockwell Power Plant Mall