Neil’s Kitchen… A taste of haven in Alabang..


A unique creativity: Neil’s Kitchen…

While searching for the coolest offices in Manila which I need at work. I stumble across this article that featured one cool place in Alabang at Westgate. It stirred my curiosity since Westgate is my rendezvous aside from Commerce center (the newest in town) and Alabang town center, like I’ve said in my previous posts, I literally grew up here. To miss one such place, made me wonder, it is alongside the usual places I frequented, almost every week.

The building of the restaurant that I’m referring to is so beautiful that you wouldn’t mind whether their food is great or their service to be sloppy.

When as we enter, it is so beautiful, I really had a hard time getting the right angles. The food we’ve chosen, are definitely worth bringing your loved ones so they can try them too.

entrance

Wow just wow!

And more Wows!

And more Wows!

And more!=)

And more!=)

Those who’d prefer privacy, Neil’s is a very quiet place too. I couldn’t recall if there’s a soft music being played, I was really mesmerize at that time. Or that salsa. Lol!

TDF! =)

TDF! =)

 

my fathers

Books!!!=)

 

jean

Peace and quiet..

 

count the memories

Great interiors too..

As I did further research, Neil’s Kitchen took my attention due to it’s all white interiors and exteriors as well. Several blogs on the country’s most beautiful interiors, Neil’s Kitchen is always on the list. It is too pretty for words.

hungry

I loved the long walks to the kitchen too! =p

 

chalk board

Chalkboard menu..

 

bar neils

Great bar..

What we’ve had as starter:

Beach house Nachos solo

Best one I've tried so far!

Best one I’ve tried so far!

And Paella negra with calamares.

One of their best sellers..

One of their best sellers..

Their version of kare-kare..

Their version of kare-kare..

 

We tried the pasta too in white sauce..

We tried the pasta too in white sauce..

According to them, their best seller are the paellas in different kinds. I’m going to try their Sinigang na paella soon as recommended by the Head waiter.

And for our dessert:

The Turon de Napoleon

Very creative...

Very creative…

The typical “turon” or deep fried banana rolls in the Philippines are bananas rolled in spring roll wrappers, with some slices of jack fruit. It is topped with sugar syrup.

At Neil’s, they created the same recipe with a twist, instead of rolled bananas, they laid it with layers of deep fried wrappers and smothered them with syrup in caramel flavor. Anyone will surely love this.

Lovely!

Lovely!

As I’ve mentioned, I’d be bringing my friends and loved ones here, and I am pretty sure, they’ll like it here too. I did. Very. =)

And count your blessings too!=)

And count your blessings too!=)

Neil’s Kitchen is located at Lot C 701 and 704 Westgate Filinvest, 1770 Alabang Muntinlupa City

Bonelli’s being a few blocks away from Neil’s is by Neil’s too. The attendants invited us to check it out too. And I promised I will. “A promise is a promise.” =)

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