Two years ago, my cousin and I had this huge ‘deal’ of eating in different restaurants in the place we go to, either separately or as a group. It’s like when we go for example in a mall, we will try to eat in two restaurants, and when we go back there again, we will try munching the food in the other restos’ until we can say “oh! we have been through all the restos’ here in this particular mall!” Siyempre, that’s when we have a chance lang. And we will take long until we completed a particular area. Restaurants are everywhere right? So we explore in different areas. Yes, we can spend that much on FOOD. A Proud Foodie Here. 🙂 Though, most of the time it’s “Libre!” That Kindness of People–Loovvee! ♥ ♥♥
Today, my creative director, her creative partner and I had a meeting with Mr. Juan and Mrs. Bianca Elizalde, an enthusiastic and humble owners of Aria Cucina Italiana here at Bonifacio Global City. I know Aria in Boracay, but I am clueless of their branch here in Metro Manila, so I am surprised at first when I found out. The interior is very elegant and the ambiance is wonderful. Take note of the place’s less noise. Perfect for book lovers, writers, artists or someone who wants to be relaxed and at peace. 🙂
Not only they have good interiors, they also have good and accommodating staff as well.
Okay! Okay! I’m not gonna lie, I didn’t touch the salad and the Rucola e Pinoli Pizza. I tasted the pizza before and I removed the veggie leaf on top. It’s delicious, but I’m not a healthy person, I select the veggies I eat, so one slice is enough.
And take a full bite on everything in this table, ‘Hallelujah!’– Fritto di calamari con maionese elle erbe, Carbonara,and the bread with tomatoes on top: I don’t know what they call it (it’s one of the foods we taste test for a new menu that’s up for January 2014. How exciting Right?
But before I end this, let me just take a quick zip on this refreshing Calamansi Juice and thank everyone in Aria for having us for lunch. 🙂 🙂