Something Homegrown

This isn't my first time to eat at Bigby's but this would be the first time that I'd write about it as if seeing it in a new light. Bigby's is organically CDO grown. It's where it started.

bigby's interior
The signature interior of Bigby's cafe: knick knacks adorning walls and world maps on the ceilings.

If you look in the background, Bigby's also carries Chef Tony's popcorn.

Food trip platter: quesadillas, sweet chili chicken wings, fries, and chicken strips with mustard dip.

There is nothing on this platter that I won't eat. I specially love the quesadillas and sweet chili chicken wings. Both have a tinge of sugar which makes me believe the we Filipinos really have a thing for sweets.

strawberry shortcake
Strawberry shortcake shared by my sister, Euna, and I.

This is made up of a layer of soft butter sponge cake, dusted with confectioners sugar, all purpose cream, baguio strawberries, another layer of butter sponge cake dusted with confectioners sugar, topped with 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, more strawberries, and strawberry syrup. It's good that the cream in the middle is no longer added with sugar otherwise it would have been too sweet.

I am pleasantly surprised that up to now (when I consider my tastes to have matured. ahemm. haha!) I still like Bigby's dishes. It now has branches in SM Megamall and Mall of Asia which is a testament to Bigby's competitiveness in the make or break food industry. My orthodontist actually laments the fact that he did not join the business when he was invited by Bigby's owners.

If you're in CDO, do checkout Bigby's Cafe at Rosario Arcade, Lim Ket Kai. You can also check out their website.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Love the dyudbods!

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