Friday, December 12, 2008

A decade of good food

Our favorite Bigby's Cafe' and Restaurant just turned 10 years old last December 8 and as a way of thanking their loyal patrons, they throw out an eat-all-you-can buffet for only P249.00 (inclusive of an ice tea). It was certainly one of my most awaited event every December, since Bigby's hold this annually.

We were able to first join in the fun in 2006, when I was still in Cagayan De Oro for an immersion training for my previous company. Last year, their SM Davao resto run-out of tickets when we got there, that we ended up eating at Red Ribbon (which was not a bad idea either). This year, we got the tickets a day earlier, just to make sure that we'll be accommodated.I even invited friends and officemates to check it out, and they did.

From pasta, to their tender porkloin, beefies, fish fillets and the heavenly chocolate was certainly all worth it.

Thank you Bigby's for that blow-out buffet party! Happy anniversary, more power and more years to come.

1 comment:

Alec said...

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