Friday, August 19, 2011

Ninyo Fusion Cuisine & Wine Lounge

as you enter the gate
warm & cozy 

Ofcourse, we opted to dine behind the curtains in a little romantic private gazebo 

complimentary bread
I hate it when restaurants give you bread that tastes and feels like its been reheated a couple of times. eeeek.  old bread alert!

Trio of Oysters (pardon the photo)

Oysters Rockefeller topped with ebiko caviar
Wasabi Fried Oysters
Baked Oysters with Foie Gras Asian Hollandaise

Calamansi Sorbet

Chicken Balsamic Teriyaki with couscous, nuts & dried fruits, topeed with pan-seared foie gras

US Hanging Tender Steak with wasabi mashed potatoes

FOIE,  i heart you

my man and my glass of sangria =)

I must say that the place is so laid-back and cozy. A perfect spot for those quiet family dinners, intimate gatherings with friends or even a romantic first date...
The menu was thoughtfully prepared (I hear Chef Nino Laus changes the menu from time to time) and the prices are reasonable for the quality of food that you get...

Ninyo Fusion Cuisine
66 Esteban Abada St.
Loyola Heights
Quezon City

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