Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Trattoria Sicily Restaurant Review - Robinsons Place Manila

There is this newly opened "authentic" Italian restaurant down at G/F Robinsons Place Manila, Adriatico St. Ermita, Manila. <Tel No: (02) 527-1123>. As I was passing by, I got enticed by their authentic Italian tag line so I decided to try it out. You can create your own pizza and pasta, that was cool. But sadly their serving portioning is not. They had several interesting dishes especially with the desserts like the Frozen Spaghetti. Forgot to take a photo of their menu, sorry!

Name: Trattoria Sicily Restaurant
Service: Fast and efficient. Friendly staff.
Ambiance: Lovely interiors. But since it was newly opened, they were fixing some of the walls. 
Pricing: Quite price considering the size. But Italian food is sorta pricey.
Food Size: Quite small
Food Quality: Bland. <Maybe it really is meant to taste that way.. but comparing it with Italliani's, it is quite lacking in taste.>  

Create your own pasta <PHP 395+ - for sharing> - Spaghetti + Chicken + Bechamel Sauce. Quite bland in taste. Serving size is small.
Flat Breadsticks <Free> - Not crispy. Quite hard to eat. But tasteful. 

Ravioli < PHP 245+> - Tastes pasta with cheese in the middle. Lacks taste and texture.

Try them out and explore your creativity with their create-your-own menu's.


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