Tasty Trips: Wooden Spoon

When Patty planned dinner in Katipunan, I asked if she wanted to try something new. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about this restaurant and wanted to check it out. The day we were going to have dinner, Kaich even retweeted Mr. C regarding the parking situation (no reservations!), haha. So it was decided:

The spread for three growing girls (heh): lumpiang sotanghon (already wiped out except for the piece on my plate), tostadong adobo, spicy sigarilyas in gata (tried it and had more than one bite! I like the crispy fish bits in it too), wansoy shrimp balls (had one bite of this but decided not to eat the rest because I’m not a fan of wansoy).

Of course I had to order the adobo. I love adobo. It’s my favorite ulam of all time. I think I can probably eat it every day (much to the dismay of my brothers, hahaha). This one was the kind that just has to be eaten with rice—and lots of it. We were hesitant about getting the garlic rice, which was good for four, but guess what. Yep, we ate it all. We were totally happy with our food and at P250 each, who wouldn’t be?

I always love hanging out and eating with these girls. Till our next food trip! (

Wooden Spoon
329 Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Tel. no. 426-0044
Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Tuesdays to Sundays

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