We were at Trinoma for my son's immunization and so we went there early to tour him before the actual checkup. Our first itinerary was to find a place to eat lunch. We were at the Mindanao lobby and the closest that I could find was Parvati. Looked at the menu and went in.
Earlier this afternoon, they were shooting an infomercial for their store and products. There was a korean who was doing the tasting and the talking.
Homemade is always the better choice, this is the tag line of the store. We're here to find out how homemade theirs are.
As usual, we made our own menu course for this meal.
We started with the appetizer, the Chicken noodle soup. We shared the dish and it was delicious. There were generous portions of meat in the soup and it's really good. This soup is worth more than its price of Php80
Chicken Noodle Soup
The next course is the Grilled chicken salad which had grilled chicken. Unfortunately, the spices in the grilled chicken were too spicy it sticks to the throat. Not that good first impression for a salad. The price of Php130 is just right for this salad.
Grilled Chicken Salad
The next course is the Clubhouse sandwich which had chicken, ham, tomatoes, cucumber, and some mayo dressing which really hits the spot. Definitely worth the price of Php280.
Parvati Chicken Clubhouse
For pasta as the next course, we got the Pesto Sicilliana Half order. it had too few Italian sausages and the sauce was not really good. It's not worth its price of Php170.
Penne Pesto alla Siciliana
While looking at their huge list of desserts imprinted in the freezers labelled, Ambient, Chilled, Frozen, which I think is the temperature of the freezers and the cakes that were there required temp. Their desserts is considered the main course here so off to the main course!
We got the Pavlova, which is Australian in origin. However, we were disappointed as it was more meringue than pavlova! It was supposed to be soft in the middle just like marshmallow, but it was all crispy all over just like meringue. Not worth the Php90.
Pavlova with Mango
Saw in their menu that they have a Facebook page.
Finally for our takeout, since we got disappointed with the pavlova, we got the brazo de mercedes for Php150, talk about hefty pricing! Nonetheless, when we tasted it, it was so delicious! Definitely worth the money we paid for.
Staff were warm and accomodating and they let us in even though there was a shooting. Definitely worth a try for their cakes and affordable menu.
8-pc mini brazo de mercedes
Date of Visit: 2013-11-29