Here’s another foodie which we tried at Banana Leaf in Ayala Center Cebu aside from the Penang Fried Rice with Salted Fish and Chicken and Stir Fried Mixed Vegetables with Salted Fish Thai Style. This is the Crispy Chicken Thai Style. Correct me if I’m wrong or I named this foodie wrongly. I just forgot, I’m not sure again with the name.
One thing which I like with Thai foods is the spicy worth-another-cup-of-rice. The food is indeed spicy, though, but still preserving such distinct taste of the food. Its spiciness never alters the yummy taste of the food.
This Crispy Chicken Thai Style made me burped louder than usual. *burrp..Excuse Me!*
I have here another rice foodie preparation that I have tried at the Banana Leaf restaurant in Ayala Center Cebu last week. Aside from the Stir Fried Mixed Vegetables with Salted Fish Thai Style that I ordered, I suggested this Penang Fried Rice with Salted Fish and Chicken for my classmates. And, honestly, since it’s sounding new to us, we ordered this rice instead of just plain rice.
As its name implied, it’s really salty. Fried rice, as I have known, are tasting more differently than the plain rice. And usually, fried rice are already salty. But with this Penang Fried Rice with Salted Fish and Chicken of Banana Leaf Restaurant, the rice became more salty because of the salted fish mixed to it.
But overall, the rice is still yummy! Hope you can try that one guys! Happy Yummy Sunday!
Happy and Yummy Sunday Everyone!
I missed Yummy Sunday the past weeks. I’ve been very busy with my last vacation and with our classes in medical school that has yet just started.
Anyway, I’d like to share to you my latest yummy vegie (gulay) treat with mom and nephew, Didong, at Max’s Restaurant, Ayala Center, Cebu City, the Seafood Chopsuey.
Have a great week ahead guys!!!