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Saturday, November 26, 2011

The French Baker



After scrolling around the mall, my friend and I ended up at The French Baker for a quick dinner. I haven't been to The French Baker for quite a while, what I remember was I used to eat lasagna whenever I go there.

For this visit, we still had pasta, haha. :)

I ordered Lasagna Verde (Php 158)


Lasagna Verde

Lasagna Verde is vegetarian spinach lasagna stuffed with layers of mozzarella and roasted vegetables in tomato and sided with grilled foccacia slices or French garlic toast.

I think my pasta was a bit burnt on the side but it was fine. I was happy that I chose to have the vegetarian lasagna since I'm not eating enough veggies lately. The serving was a bit small, in my opinion.

My friend ordered Fettucini alla Carbonara (Php 140)


Fettucinni alla Carbonara

Fettucini alla Carbonara is the traditional white sauce with your choice of white or green spinach pasta. The serving seems small in the large plate. There was nothing unique with the carbonara, though.

For dessert, my friend and I shared a slice of Red Cherry Cheesecake (Php 88)


Red Cherry Cheesecake

The cheesecake was looks too good that we wasted no time consuming it. However, the cake is too soft. I think they did not put enough cream cheese on it. Pfft.

Overall, I think I would not try pasta again, maybe I have to try the crepe and rice meals if ever I'll go back to The French Baker.

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The French Baker
3rd Floor SM Megamall,
EDSA corner Julia Vargas Avenue,
Mandaluyong City
Contact No. 6320735
http://www.thefrenchbaker.com

8 comments:

  1. I haven't tried their rice meals and other offerings, but I agree with you that the pasta dishes are small in portion and taste ordinary.. >.< I got fooled by the Red Cherry Cheesecake though. It looks so yummy! ^^

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  2. Hi Sumi! Yeah, the Cheesecake looks so yummy but it was kinda disappointing.

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  3. The cheesecake looks sumptuous. Too bad it didn't taste as good as it looked. Following you. :)

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  4. I like French Baker's soup on bread, reminds me of San Francisco, tho not exactly like the clam chowder on sourdough bread which is popular at Pier 39, but it's good enough~ I agree that the portions of their pasta dishes are a bit small, but I guess they have to raise their prices if they start serving bigger portions, hehe.

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  5. Hi madmader! Guess I have to try the soup next time. I agree with raising their prices for bigger servings. They also have to make sure they have quality dishes though. :)

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  6. Been years since I had a taste of their food. Maybe I'll have my next bite at the French Baker this week. Thanks for this post!

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  7. Hi Ads! Let me know what you think after you've visited French Baker again. :)

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