This is where Miko usually gets sustenance after his hours in the gym. Grilled naman daw kasi or roasted kaya healthy. Daw. I made pa-cute until he invited me to eat there so that I can also have a taste of his post-workout meals.
Convo papasok ng Kabab Korner–
Miko: Kilala na ako ng mga waiters diyan. Magugulat sila may kasama ako ngayon. Hehehe.
Me: Hindi ka na matakaw na loner ngayon. Matakaw ka na lang!
Kabab Korner is in Matalino St., Diliman. The resto is spacious. They serve alcoholic drinks. And they have free wi-fi. Besides the classics (kabab, keema, biryani, shawarma), they also have a variety of pizzas, salads, and burgers.
For that night, we had yogurt shakes. Plain (75php) for me and mango (90php) for him. There’s also banana and strawberry. The shakes were good, not as sweet as the ones from Mister Kabab.
I had the Special Kabab Plate (180php) which has a stick of beef chelo kabab and chicken kabab, a small salad, grilled tomato, and buttered rice. The chicken was nicely cooked, while the beef was undercooked. Both were not as tasty as I expected them to be. It was easily remedied by their garlic yogurt and chili garlic yogurt sauces.
I liked Miko’s food better. He had the Mediterranean Chicken Plate with salad and rice and gravy na pagkadami-dami, akala niya dati soup. :p The chicken was nicely seasoned and roasted to perfection. Full of flavor and juicy. <3
Para mas healthy ang feel, we had a small cup of salad. We wanted salmon cubes in our salad, but it wasn’t available, so we settled for cheddar cheese and egg tossed in lettuce, cherry tomatoes, olives, and a special vinaigrette.
I’ll stick with chicken and maybe try their pizza the next time we go there.
33 Matalino Street, Diliman,
02 9271460, 02 7386422
// listening to Shoshana Bean – I Want It That Way (70’s Soul Backstreet Boys Cover)