Direk Tonette compares food fare in Vienna with Pinas
If the Philippines has beef caldereta, Austria has its own version – and its called goulash but Direk Tonette Jadaone still thinks that the Pinoy delicacy is better.
The home of the original schnitzel, the Figlmüller schnitzel still serves the delicacy in Vienna with a 110 year old recipe.
First night in Vienna – They say the Figlmüller schnitzel (14,90€) is the best wiener schnitzel in Vienna. (The recipe is 110 years old! And they claim that the original schnitzel came from them.) Haven’t tried any schitzels here, PERO ITO, ANG SARAP, SOBRANG SARAP AS IN!!!!!!!!!! SARAP!!! Worth the 15-minute queue! (Masarap din ‘yung chicken cordon bleu!) #thenakaluwagluwagtraveler A photo posted by Antoinette Jadaone (@tonet_jadaone) on
French macarons are good but the ones serves in Wien are also good based on the director’s rave reviews.
Polish food are also affordable as her meal with her beau Direk Dan Villegas also cost them only P1,300 when coverted to Philippine peso.
Nagpatunay po ang Polish food! Ang sarap at ang mura (PhP1,300 sa kababuyan namin!)!!! Sana magkaroon na po sa SM food court!!!!! #thenakaluwagluwagtraveler #TNLLTgoestoKrakow #ThisIsWhyIRoam A photo posted by Antoinette Jadaone (@tonet_jadaone) on
But Coca Cola is slightly more expensive as a regular Coke sakto size costs P60 versus P12 it costs in Pinas. (ANGEL ONG)