Last night, I met up with two of my bestest friends T and E. We have known each other for more than two decades and I always look forward to our dinners where, with them, I can just relax and have a good time. The weather wasn’t very cooperative yet rain or shine, our dinner luckily pushed through.
While waiting for E, T an I perused the menu. A quick browse will tell you that the price of the dishes are not cheap. In fact, a good meal will probably cost you Php 800 per head. We decided to order a couple of dishes to share.
One thing that me and my best friends have to common is our love for cheese and mushrooms. You’ll notice this in the other dishes we were able to try below.
One thing that I didn’t like about the service was that it took a while for the dishes to come out but as soon as the first dish came out, the other followed one right after the other thus quickly filling up our table. It was a bit overwhelming as I was hoping to be able to leisurely enjoy the sushi followed by the salad and the entrees next. We were pretty forgiving though knowing that this could just be one of Wafu’s soft opening glitches. Hopefully the service will improve in the coming months.
I love how tender the beef was and it gave a good contrast to the crunchy onion strips on top. The sauce was very flavorful yet not over-powering allowing you to still enjoy the full buttery flavor of the beef. My heart was doing leaps of joy as I took one bite of the Angus Skirt after the other. In an ideal ala-teleserye-like scenario, this is the perfect cue for the fireworks to come out and Cinderella’s A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes playing in the background. Just like a perfect ending to a fairy tale, I ended my meal with my last piece of Angus Skirt and had the world ended last night. I would have died a happy and satisfied Frannywanny.
That said, I’m going back to Wafu for more of the Angus Skirt. The others I will probably skip as I still feel I can get a better tasting gyoza or tofu steak with just a fraction of the cost elsewhere.
Wafu is located at the Greenhills Shopping Center near Krispy Kreme, Fitness First and Promenade. Call them at 570-3242.