After spending an entire afternoon painting, it was time for us to enjoy a good dinner. So from Capitol Hills we zipped our way to the LRT-3 station in Katipunan, got down at Recto, took the long concourse to Doroteo Jose and finally alighted off at Vito Cruz. Took quite awhile but it was a cheaper alternative to taking a cab and purposely staying away from the madness that is the MRT. Now for what possible reason would we have in going from one end of the metro to the other? Well we wanted to have a taste of bagnet the only place where we know does it right. Plus I was in for a special surprise when I discovered a new (old for many) coffee shop to hang out in.
What I particularly liked was the way management arranged its menu, taking into consideration the budgets of your typical students they have separated the menu into two: one for those who are pinching and one for those who are squandering. Besides this division, their menu stays true to their name, a host of different styles of bagnet to suit whatever mood you're in. On this particular date night, I had the original bagnet while Tricia, who was feeling adventurous on that day, opted for the kare-kare bagnet.