Creativity meets flavor at Pino Resto Bar
Flavor is not the only factor in enjoying food.
Sometimes, delicious dishes are made even more appetizing by its presentation and the folks at Pino Resto Bar knows just what to do to bring customer satisfaction to a whole new level.
The restaurant, with a branch in Teachers’ Village, Quezon City means it when it says it specializes in kickass Filipino food, but it also takes into account its client’s enjoyment when they finally get their order.
Case in point is their Jenga’t Baboy, its play on the classic Tokwa’t Baboy, wherein the tofu slices are presented as if they are pieces of a Jenga tower. It looks playful and fun and entertaining on the plate and even better when its already in the tummy.
The Pino Choco Turon, on the other hand is served up atop each other with scoops of ice cream in the middle and a generous drizzling of chocolate syrup on top. Adding to the design is a drawing of a flower on the side of the dish made of choco syrup.
And what about the classic simple Smore? Pino’s version of the smore pie incorporates bacon bits in the mixture, adding that salty tang to the otherwise sweet dessert.
So if you’re ever by the QC area, and are hankering for a unique dining experience, Pino may just be what you’re looking. (ANGEL ONG)
Thanks @qzavier 🙂 Pino Choco Turon #Pino #RepostIt_app A photo posted by Pino Restaurant QC (@pinorestoph) on