Cubed tofu and deep fried. Served with pork chunks and onions.Personal Review
Not a big fan of KTV or Karaoke, I prefer going to a nice, quiet restaurant where I can actually talk and not yell to be heard. It's also easier to eat when you're not bending over a dimly lit, cramped room. Plus, I'm also tone deaf
We went to Music Match to have some light dinner and ktv. The place is really nice and clean. The rooms are spacious and neat. The table is big enough to hold both our foods and drinks. Since it was hard to bend over to eat rice, we got several pica pica instead to share. I got the tokwa't baboy. I love this dish because for lack of rice, the tofu can replace it and the pork serves as my main ulam
Everyone knew how much I like tokwa at baboy so they practically left me with one order for myself. I love their blend of soy sauce and vinegar. I usually cut open my tofu to let the sauce in. The pork could have used some more though. But what I had was tender and juicy. Their drink list is a bit pricey so we all settled for the usual bucket of beers.
The song list for Music Match are relatively up to date, but they are complete with the classics. I Will Survive!Personal Rating
Date of Visit: 2011-11-26