Thursday, February 28, 2008

Cubiertos

Cubiertos. Silverware in English. This is the aftermath of my boneless chicken barbeque with java rice dinner at a famed native Filipino restaurant, Aristocrat. They are known for this specialty, which goes well with their homemade Java sauce.I remember when I was young my family would always eat at the original branch during weekends located along Roxas Blvd., Manila after a nice little jog or badminton game near the Cultural Center of the Philippines. We would always order the same thing and even followed it up with a famous Filipino dessert, halo-halo with a scoop of Ube ice cream on top. Their halo-halo is equally tasty. Next time I'll take a photo of it.

16 comments:

lotis said...

you're great! you turned those ordinary cubiertos into very beautiful photo.

David said...

This is a very creative subject! The colour scheme is just great too. It looks and sounds like a very nice meal as well. Incidentally, I had chicken for tea tonight!

Cheers,

David Webb: Photographer

Digital Polaroids said...

Bon apetite!

quintarantino said...

Chicken and rice? Not bad, not bad ...

dailyphotographer said...

to everyone - thanks for your comments.

@ david - a very tasty meal indeed.

Susanne49 said...

It looks like it was very tasty...your plate is cleaned up. Great shot, it expresses very well!

Thanks you so much for your kind words to my post from yesterday!

dailyphotographer said...

hi susanne49 - it was very tasty, aside from the fact that i love to eat. hehe.by the way, your welcome.:D

Travis said...

Creative Photo. I like the way you took something so ordinary and made it something wonderful.

dailyphotographer said...

hi travis - thanks for droppin' by

Small City Scenes said...

It looks like you belong to the clean plate club. MB

elay said...

that must have been some wonderful meal!

kyels said...

Very creative!

(:

dailyphotographer said...

@ small city scenes - hehehe, i dunno maybe i got so used to eating everything in my plate. Just following parents orders, haha.

@ elay - yes it was.:D

@ kyels - thanks!

Babette said...

Hey, I love the barbque chicken and Java rice at Aristocrat. Ganyan din ang plate ko pagkatapos kumain pero may tirang bones, ikaw kinain mo rin ata yon. joke! LOL

dailyphotographer said...

hi babette - hahaha, oo nga noh, i removed the bones kasi to focus on the spoon and fork, now i've realized that it actually looked like i deliberately ate the bones! hahaha

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