If you’re ever in BGC Crossroads (the building where the drive-thru Starbucks is at on 32nd Street), Chihuahua Mexican is on its second floor, tucked at the farthest corner. It’s been there a while now. However, it wasn’t a popular after-office drinks place before as most officemates would comment that the beers were expensive.
I’ve only tried Chihuahua Mexican once, at the Central Square cinema level, for quesadilla which I thought was quite expensive, but really good. A few weeks (months?) ago, I saw that the restaurant painted a huge-ass sign “HOPPY HOUR Beers @ P35.” Guess they’ve realized that it’s really the pain point? Continue reading “Chihuahua Mexican Grill Review”
Last night, my husband said I could pick a restaurant to try for our usual Friday date night. We opted to go for one of the new ones, instead of succumbing to one of our many favorite restaurants in BGC.
The last time we dined in Burgos Circle, I saw this soon-to-open restaurant replacing what used to be Casa Marcos. I found Hacienda Comida Y Cocteles on Zomato quite quickly, and saw it had two reviews, with 4- and 5-star ratings. I thought, not bad for a restaurant on soft opening.
I’ve always dreamed of going to Latin America to experience
authentic burst-in-your-mouth mix of herbs, spices, heat, and all that.
Still, we were open to choosing something along the way. We walked by the Forbeswood retail area and hesitated for a good two seconds outside Bistro Madrid, and ultimately decided to go for the more homey exterior of Hacienda instead. From the outside, we could see that just a couple of tables were occupied. Continue reading “Hacienda Comida Y Cócteles Review”