Celebration Salads! // An Appetite Magazine Exclusive
Calling fans of all things green, crisp and crunchy! Happy to share our latest Resto6 column for Appetite Magazine, where we focused on bringing you the best salads in town. Hope you’re hungry!
Anthony and I were happy to receive this salad assignment from our editor Migs. I think we both really needed to make up for last month's feature on ice cream. Hahaha!
You never know what you'll find in your salad — Anthony found plums, while I found flowers!
We hopped in our car (which Anthony calls a "truck") and took a road trip to sample two of Tagaytay's most talked-about salads.
Have you tried the salad named after a legendary Philippine comedienne?
Forks up, people! Here come the salads… (Yes, Anthony ordered breakfast first.)
A real scene-stealer, Bizu's Plum and Prosciutto Salad came loaded with juicy plum wedges and was crowned with a ball of carrot strings.
Ah, the perfect bite!
Cyma's Roka Salata has built a cult following amongst salad enthusiasts, my family included. Oh, and make sure to ask for an extra side of candied walnuts.
Antonio's Salad is totally worth driving all the way to Tagaytay for. You might also want to throw in a steak or two to really get the most our of your road trip. Hahaha!
Sonya's DIY salad was a lot of fun to eat, though I admit to feeling guilty eating those flowers for some reason. I must also mention that her secret dressing is phenomenal!
If Old Vine's Tessie Tomas Salad is good enough for the Queen of Philippine Comedy, it sure is good enough for me.
For those of you who are able to resist the temptation to order from their steak set meals, L'Entrecote offers a healthier alternative, the hearty and very colorful Zelda's Salad.
If you ate seven salads in three days, you'd be proud of yourself too. Hahaha!
Now, as a bonus treat, join us for a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the article, and find out just how many croutons Anthony (thinks he) had. Enjoy!