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Fortune Seafood – Food Adventure at Lights Out (2nd Installment)

Now for the lunch installment of our food adventure at lights out. (“,)

(Click here for the breakfast installment.)

After a short (and brisk) walk on our errand route, we were ready to have lunch.  Not that ready really (my carb on carb breakfast was still sitting heavy in my tummy) but we already found ourselves at Otek Street, standing in front of Fortune Seafood Restaurant. (I was still in a seafood mood from being seduced by Chef K in the seduction episode of The Taste. *hihi) (SPOILER ALERT!!! Congratulations for winning the competition, Chef! \m/) My brother and I debated if we were going to push through with lunch here.  Argument one, it looked pretty expensive, and I definitely didn’t want a repeat of the Goldilocks brazo de mercedes incident …although I was pretty sure they accepted cards here =D.  Argument two, it might be more fun if the whole family or just a bigger group of our foodie loved ones came to dine with us.  The debate didn’t take long with my desire to check a new place off the list winning over the two arguments.  Through the restaurant doors we went to see what F/fortune held for us.

The dining scene at Fortune (Hong Kong) Seafood Restaurant

The dining scene at Fortune. Intimidating size of a dining hall with elegant little details (chandeliers, table cloth, chairs) that make you think it’s super expensive to eat here. =)

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Zio’s Pizza: THAT’s Amore!

Let’s hit play on the Dean Martin song, the one that goes “When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s amore.”  In the city of Baguio, whether it’s a large pizza or just a regular sized one, you’re still going to be love struck if you get this pizza from Zio’s.

Zio's Military Cut Off scene

The Zio’s Military Cut Off scene

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Gustaeu’s Restaurant: Ratatouille Food Come to Life?

Gustaeu’s (hhmmm, a before e) has set itself up in the city of Baguio.  I don’t know (at this point) if it’s anything like the Gusteau’s we saw in the movie , Ratatouille and I don’t know if it’s related to the Gusteau’s found in Davao.  (Probably not, since that’s a crab house. *hee)  Nevertheless, it’s worth a try.

Gustaeu's Menu Cover

Gustaeu’s Menu Cover

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