This is just a quick post before I leave tomorrow for our swimming trip in Zambales. Hope to visit your blogs as soon as I get back on Sunday.
We dropped by Eton Centris Walk one sunday afternoon to explore the place and check out the Sunday market. I had a fab lunch date with my siblings, nieces and cousin at Clawdaddy’s Crab House and American Grill! Clawdaddy is famous for their crab specialties and of course we had to try their seafood boil. I enjoyed everything except for the the typhoon shelter deep fried crab which was a bit dry and there was way too much toasted garlic which we weren’t able to consume everything. The kids loved their meals as they were served in a very cute paper cars. They were able to take them home. After a great feast, the kids had an enjoyable time in the playground, carousel and riding the kiddie train going around the complex.
Chicken Tenders (P230)- Cornflakes crusted chicken tender strips with freedom fries and honey mustard dip
Little Fisherman’s Plate (P235)- calamari rings, fish and chips shrimp popcorn with tartar sauce, vinegar and ketchup
Fried Boston wings (P325)
Clawdaddy’s Famous seafood boil (P1,780)- a seafood feast of crab, pacific lobster, fresh water prawns, mussels, clams, Andouille sausage, corn on the cob and baby potatoes simmered in old bay broth
Oysters Rockefeller (P345)- Baked oysters topped with spinach, bacon, cream and parmesan
Shrimp Penne Pesto (P385)- Penne pasta, gambas with creamy pesto sauce
Dirty Rice (P65)
Boston Clam chowder (P159)- hearty cream based soup with fresh clams, potatoes, smoked bacon and cheddar cheese
Typhoon Shelter Deep Fried Crab (P1,120)- not worth the price!
Lemonade and Heavenly Blueberry (P115)