It's another Sunday and after the mass, we decided to have lunch at a nearby restaurant, Razzzo Bistro.
I'm seeing this establishment already when passing by Aguirre Ave., and thought it to be another of those bars at night for booze.
Lunch time in a Sunday seems to be low for this restaurant as only two tables were occupied.
It is a good thing as service crew won't be rushing on our orders and make the best quality they can.
Their menu cover doesn't match the theme but it seems of good quality and probably will last a long time.
This itself is alright due to the fresh, crisp, nicely cut bread and good creation of the dip.
They just call this a "sampler" with roasted chicken, pasta, and pizza.
Their menu and dish names are so simple yet the food were great.
I just want to commend the crisp vegetables with good butter and salt despite acting just a design in the dish.
I might also add, the rice is of good quality. It wasn't too soft nor hard, with perfectly light flavoring on it.
I must say that this dish won't please many people due to the unusual taste of the curry at first. I can't quite determine why such but it seems an herb or spice is added to the curry. I appreciated it later on when I was near finishing it.
This the best Quessadillas I have tried which is a bit spicy, right amount of pepper, the amazing Mayo, and just the right texture of the ingredients.
I would definitely order again when I get back here.
Try them during low hours as I've read some posts in the internet with bad experiences which seemed to me a usual problem of all dining establishments during peak hours in a Sunday where there are fewer service crews and customers are plenty.