Sunday, May 8, 2011

The Frazzled Cook

Sunday, May 08, 2011 - 3 comments

As a birthday celebration, my aunt treated the family for lunch at The Frazzled Cook. My sister, Karen was so excited to try the place but could not make it due to a TV Commercial shoot.

I found the place very cozy and intimate. The interior design was a mixture of everything, mostly of old stuff. I suggest getting a reservation because the place tends to get full.

The food was great and most importantly, quite affordable. The serving size is pretty big. It was a very unique experience. We were amazed on how they fused different types of ingredients and flavor to form scrumptious dishes.

The Hello Kitty cutlery. ^_^

 Squid Salad - Php 270

Tenderloin and Sausage Pizza - Php 350

Salmon Pizza - Php 350

Pan seared Dory (with Mashed Potato) - Php 325 

Grilled Beef Spareribs w/ Mixed Pasta - Php 550

Corn and Chops (w/ fries) - Php 350

Paella Negra (for 3) - Php 400

Seafood Paella (for 5) - Php 550

Spicy Lamb Stew (w/ plain rice) - Php 450

Iced Tea Double Pitcher - Php 400

Brewed Coffee - Php 80

Tea - Php 150

Everything we ordered was delicious and worth the price, but I have to agree with my mom that the neighboring establishment, "Cookbook Kitchen" is better by one point. ^_^

Rating: 8 out of 10 stars

You can also find "The Frazzled Cook" on Facebook.


Katherine on May 12, 2011 at 10:41 AM said...

My family's loves the iced tea pitcher! Next time try the wagyu salpicao and hamachi jaw. :) hwo was the lamb stew?

Santelmo on May 12, 2011 at 10:58 AM said...

Hi chief, thanks for dropping by.

The Lamb Stew was quite spicy, although tolerable (for me atleast)-- best eaten with rice than with bread. You can still savor the Lamb even with the strong curry flavor. ^_^

Joy on May 12, 2011 at 3:55 PM said...

how was the paella negra? i like to try it :)

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