jane and i love eating at ‘savory’ (that’s sah-voo-ree not sei-vo-ree, ha, well at least that’s how jane and i say it) in SM baliwag. not in the other branches that we’ve eaten at — only this one in SM baliwag. we’ve eaten at this ‘savory’ branch about a dozen times now in the past couple of years, and we’ve never been disappointed with both the delicious food and the friendly service, unlike in other branches. and today, we’re having lunch here.
our tastes are very simple, and we don’t order lavish meals when we dine out. it’s really just a simple pairing of a chicken combo dish (jane’s order) and a plate of miki bihon binondo-style (my order). and yet, we even share this.
for the combo dishes, a quarter chicken comes with either sweet and sour pork, salt and pepper pork, or salt and pepper squid (which jane often orders,) with turon, and iced tea/four seasons. at P255- it is very reasonably priced.
the miki bihon binondo-style here is fantastic! it has (for its toppings) bits of pork, shrimp, chicken liver, quikiam, and lots of veggies. also at P255- it is very reasonably priced.
but today is different. it’s not just jane and i who’s having lunch at ‘savory’. jikki, our second daughter, is with us. she came with us to church (at sovereign grace baptist church in baliwag) this morning. it’s good we can again come to church together. we have missed this for a long time. hopefully, in the coming weeks, our youngest daughter, meg, can also come with us and bring her 1-1/2 yr old son, skyler, to church (he can join other kids in sunday school) with us.
i would have loved to eat my pancit noodles using a pair of chopsticks, but they don’t have chopsticks at ‘savory’. but, i still had my fill of their delicious miki bihon binondo-style pancit.
i am master mian tiao!