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Chelsea Market & Cafe

I can say that my blog has officially lost 20 pounds after almost 4 months of not feeding it with food photos and reviews. Now that I'm back (but only for a short while), I'm gonna be catching up on backlogs and features that were supposed to be in this food blog of mine months ago. So, first on the list of my "should have been posted eons ago" blog entries is my trip to Chelsea Market & Cafe

I have been to Serendra a couple of times, tried Sonja's Cupcakes, dined at Abe and crossed the streets of Taguig to get from point A to point B. But I honestly never knew the cafe I had passed by many times was going to be one of my top 5 favorite places to eat at. This restaurant did a wonderful job at marrying the concept of a "market" and "cafe" and creating a homey yet elegant set-up.

I love it when restaurants provide appetizers that are enough to keep you full until your food arrives. Chelsea offers free focaccia bread with roasted garlic, which you dub (or press) your bread onto, olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

Granny Smith Apple Shreds and Gorgonzola (P350)

Southern Style Cornflake (P495)
A fresh alternative to the usual "chicken n' gravy", this delicious cornflake encrusted chicken was nicely paired with Rosemary wild mushroom gravy. 

Slow-Cooked Herbed Norwegian Salmon (P495)
Crisp Citrus-Rosemary Roasted Pork Belly (P495)
I can't go to a restaurant, spot the words "pork belly" on the menu and ignore it completely. This was apparently too big for me to handle, and I mean that in the best way possible. The pork was succulent and tucked underneath was a bed of mashed potatoes swimming in gravy. Definitely something worth trying when you first dine here.

Carrot Cake
Cookie Cheesecake

You'll have to excuse me, I forgot what these cakes are called although you can tell by the looks of it that they were divine.

Cookie Cheesecake

Chelsea Market & Cafe
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