Dining Destination: Outback Steakhouse3:17 PM
I don't know if it's time to focus on one single niche and keep the ball rolling from that point on for this blog. Well, being asked what my blog is about is really difficult because I personally don't know what my blog is about. I always answer it is a mix of my everyday life, events I attend, polishes I love, songs I listen to, meals I make, shopping finds and just about any random uninteresting things I could blab about. Well, maybe I should try to organize my blog and arrange the posts into categories (that way, it won't be as all over the place as it is now). Then again, when spontaneity hits and I just spit words through my fingers then I would give in and tap my heart away.
Or maybe I should just stick to my old routine and just write about anything and everything. What do you say? I don't think you mind yeah? Let's all blame it to me being spontaneous.
Before the month of May ended, I met Olive and we had dinner at Outback Steakhouse. We actually agreed that we will not be eating twice in the same restaurant unless we really really like the place or until we have eaten in all the restaurants in Metro Manila. We started this last month when we ate at Piazza Pazzo and Myron's Steaks Ribs and Seafood both at Powerplant Mall Rockwell and Cibo as well as Max Brenner at Greenbelt 5. If I manage to find the pictures I took from those lunches and dinners then I shall write about them. In the meantime, let me start this food blogging chronicle by talking about our Outback Steakhouse experience.
This is not the first time I have eaten here though. I first came to this restaurant back in 2006 and have been back countless times since. However, this is my first time with Olive. While waiting for our orders, we were served a bread and melted butter. Olive ordered Green Mango Shake and Pan-Seared Fish in Pesto and I ordered Tazmango Mojito (Bacardi Limon mixed with mint leaves, lime and mango flavoring and topped with soda water) and my favorite Bloomin' Burger.
The coasters were such a hit, we spent time reading all what's written. I was not able to finish my food too because the serving was really generous. I am not sure about the prices anymore as I lost our receipt but I will update this post when I get a chance to go back. All I could remember is we paid around Php1400 (around US$33) for everything. Not too bad for a hearty meal. Special thanks to KitKat, the dining crew who made sure we were settled and enjoyed our food.
Outback Steakhouse Makati City
Ground Level, Glorietta 4 Ayala Center
Makati City, Philippines
Store Hours: 11AM to 3AM (straight hours)
Outback Steakhouse Muntinlupa
Alabang Town Center
Outback Steakhouse Quezon City
E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue
Acropolis, Libis, Quezon City