June 24, 2008

Crabby

Last Saturday, just before the typhoon hit Metro Manila, my girlfriends and I decided to meet for lunch because we hadn't seen each other in months. We decided to meet in Shangri-la Plaza and decide where to eat when we were all there. This is where we ended up: Clawdaddy Crab House and American Grill. We had pasta, calamari and chili crab. I have to say that it was the most enormous crab I have ever seen! My two girlfriends finished the crab, but we had to bring home the calamari and pasta in a doggie bag. And Raymund Magdaluyo, if you ever chance upon this blog, my friends and I would like to thank you for the light and refreshing lime pie you sent us. It was the perfect ending to an extremely rich meal.

Clawdaddy Crab House and American Grill, The Ledge, Shangri-la Plaza

8 comments:

Steven (Cavite Daily Photo) said...

grabe HappY! I sooo love your new banner! Walang halong ka-plastican! I really love the simplicity but complex design! And to tell you, you did chose the right photos to use! Love it!

I am so disappointed! Wala ako sa mga happenings kanina! I was in school! Yung dad ko nakipagbasaan! jajajaja ang saya saya daw kanina! Pero ok lang jeje after school, I went to my friend's and Tita's House and the food was simply wonderful! grabbbbeeee!

Hope everything's well there! God Bless you^^

Steven^^

Ken said...

I like the claw sculpture.

Dan said...

You have put me in the mood for seafood today! Not far from here is a place called "Joe's Crabshack". I know where I will be for lunch!

Thanks for your visit to my blog. I agree, someone was really investing some brain power in the design and construction of this garden shed.

ken mac said...

is that a claw or a hand? Nuts!

Layrayski said...

You paint a delicious picture with your words. Yum! Lime and crab. I'm easy. hehe

Hilda said...

It's a claw. ;)

There was another metal sculpture inside—a sardine tin. That was fun. But of course, I completely forgot to take a picture of it. Sigh.

D said...

Cool picture - love the colors and angles!

Harry Makertia said...

I like the environment. It has everything so that you will seat there for the rest of your life!