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Monday, November 17, 2014

JT's Manukan Grille + Happy Cream Puff : Must Try Restos in Makati Bel-Air

Okay, so yesterday I told you about my crazy gift shopping in Kids Craze Warehouse and all that shopping made me and my family tired and hungry.

We headed to Makati after going to the warehouse sale because we were to check out our soon-to-be abode in Manila. :) I'll share that with you as soon as everything's settled, for now let's keep it a mystery hihi.

Anyway, we headed to Makati Bel Air as we were craving for Inasal. And since we have two toddlers with us we had to dine where there is chicken.

That's the facade and the interior of the place. It is owned by the famous actor Joel Torre, thus the name and the movie posters inside the resto. The chaira and tables are made of wood, plates are also the traditonal basket like material with banana leaves. It also has a comfort room. The grill is placed outside so the smokke does not get inside the resto. There is also adequate parking in front and some parking lot along the street.

I order Paa and garlic rice. An order of paa costs Php95.00 and the garlic rice Php30 so that's Php125.00. Not bad right? I  did not order any drinks because they serve water.

Their menu also offers other viands and pulutan as well. JT's Manukan Grille has 9 branches already. So if you are craving for authentic Bacolod chicken inasal then you might want to try them. I assure you'll go home overly satisfied and you'd want to go back. :)

For dessert, we ate at Happy Cream Puff just beside JT's Manukan Grille.

Their cream puff is filled with freshly made custard and topped with about 16 flavors. It is freshly made everyday and contains no preservatives. They fill the puffs with custard just when you order it so it does not soil the puffs keeping it crispy to the bite.

We tried Plain puff, Almond Caramel, Walnuts Caramel, Matche Green Tea and Chocolate chip. I loved the chocolate chip while hubby loved the Matcha green tea. The puffs has mild sweetness and the filling is just right that it does not overpower the puffs' crispiness. 

This one's I saw in Masterchef which is called Croquembouche. It is made with custard filled cream puffs and stacked in a tall pyramid shape. It is usually served at celebrations. Price ranges from Php1,700 to php3,700 with about 55pcs to 115pcs of cream puffs.

They offer free delivery Makati and selected areas in Rockwell and the Fort. They have a minimum delivery of Php500. Or areas in Pasay and Manila call 817 4234/ 707 1263 10% delivery charge applies.

You can visit them in The Zone 7224 Malugay Street cor. Buendia, Bel air Makati.

Like them on facebook: www.fb.com/happycreampuff2006

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