Get Greenwich Double Double Pizza for Only Php299!

Last Sunday before watching the animated film Sing at Robinsons Movieworld, we went to Greenwich first to have our late afternoon snack a.k.a. early dinner. We availed their Double Double Pizza promo, that’s for me and hubby, and we bought our son the pizza flavor that he likes, 7-Cheese Overload.

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Double Double Pizza (Meat & Veggies Special and Hawaiian Special), Php299.00

For only Php299.00, we already have two double-sized thick crust pizza. However, the pizza flavors for the Double Double Pizza promo are limited only to the Meat & Veggies Special and Hawaiian Special. That’s really no problem for us because I love Hawaiian Special, while hubby had the Meat & Veggies Special mostly to himself. I said “mostly” because I got one slice just to find out what it tastes like. Well, that was just fair because he also got a slice from mine. Lol! (Note: While this promo is exclusively available for take-out, the Greenwich staff allowed us to have this for dine-in.)

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7-Cheese Overload (thick crust, solo), Php99.00

Our son Justin doesn’t really want toppings on his pizza. He wants it clean and with lots of cheese, so he chose the 7–Cheese Overload. This is loaded with 7 different types of cheese: mozzarella, cheddar, Edam, parmesan, cream cheese, bleu cheese and special cheese. He loved it, and he would have wanted to order again had we not told him that we were still buying popcorn for the movie.

It was money well spent at Greenwich because we all enjoyed our food. All in all, we spent a little less than Php500 for the three pizzas and a pitcher of iced tea. Cheap, right?

Have you already tried Greenwich Double Double Pizza?

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Tender Bob’s at Greenhills Promenade

We intended to do some shopping at Greenhills, but because we left home late, we ended up just having dinner at Tender Bob’s in Promenade. While browsing through their menu, we were reminded of TGI Friday’s. Both restaurants offer American cuisine.

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Being first-timers here, we didn’t really know what to order, so we enlisted the help of our food attendant. We wanted something to pair with our Angus Sisig, and we were thinking of Salpicao. Tender Bob’s serves three types of Salpicao (U.S. Beef, Chicken and Salmon), and she suggested Salmon Salpicao. Our son, on the other hand, opted to have Chicken Tenders.

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Angus Sisig, Php359.00

The Angus Sisig is a lovely attempt at Americanizing Pinoy sisig. Instead of pig’s head and liver, this makes use of U.S. Black Angus Beef belly. It also has onions, jalapeño and aioli (instead of the usual mayonnaise). The beef bits were tender and tasted good, even without the aioli. Hubby and I liked this a lot, but I think I ate more of this (and more rice) than him. Lol!

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Salmon Salpicao, Php529.00

This Salmon Salpicao was the most expensive dish on our table, but we weren’t sold on it. The salmon was firm and soft and tasted fresh, but the dish itself was a bit bland. More seasonings, please!

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Chicken Tenders, Php319.00

Our 10-year-old son enjoyed his crunchy-outside but tender-inside Chicken Tenders which he said was tasty. It came with fries and honey mustard sauce.

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Cookies & Cream Sundae, Php199.00

After enjoying his Chicken Tenders, Justin was in the mood for dessert. He asked for Cookies & Cream Sundae which has Oreos, Stik-O, cashew nuts, vanilla ice cream and chocolate ice cream, drizzled with chocolate syrup and topped with whipped cream and cherry. Our son loves anything with chocolates, so this was okay for him.

Except for the slightly bland Salmon Salpicao at Tender Bob’s, everything else was good.

Tender Bob’s
Ground Floor, Promenade
Greenhills Shopping Center
Greenhills, San Juan

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Ramen Nagi at Robinsons Galleria

Ramen Nagi recently opened a branch at Robinsons Galleria, and that’s where we found ourselves having dinner the day after Christmas.

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We were each given an order sheet to indicate our ramen choices, extra orders, customizations and drinks. If you can’t decide how to customize you ramen bowl, you can simply tick off “Chef’s Recommendation.”

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This was our son’s order sheet. As you can see, there are five ramen choices available at Ramen Nagi, which are as follows: Butao King, Black King, Red King, Green King and Limited King (limited offering only). Hubby opted for the Black King, while our son and I chose to have Butao King, not spicy for him and a little spicy for me. Hubby and I also ordered extra Tamago (Php60) to pair with our ramen.

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Black King, Php410.00

It’s called Black King because of its color which comes from squid ink mixed with the broth. The soup is thick and according to hubby, flavorful, and the serving size is big.

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Butao King, Php390.00

Our son and I both ordered Butao King but with different customizations. He doesn’t like veggies in his ramen, but he still got kikurage (wood ear mushroom) there. I guess all ramen bowls are served with that. He wouldn’t have any of it, however, and I was a happy trooper as he gave all of his kikurage to me. I love its chewy, crunchy texture! Justin and I also enjoyed the luscious, milky broth of our Butao King.

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Justin’s Butao King without onion or cabbage

While finishing his ramen bowl, Justin kept telling us that it was a bit spicy but he said he could tolerate it. When I was almost about to finish mine, he asked me if he could taste some of it, and when he did, he said he liked it more than his ramen bowl because it wasn’t spicy. It turned out that our orders got mixed up. Lol! We still enjoyed our ramen, though.

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If you happen to be around the area, I suggest you try Ramen Nagi, too. You won’t be sorry if you do.

Ramen Nagi
The Veranda, Level 2, Robinsons Galleria
Quezon City

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