Stop Over at Lucy and Elsie's Cuisine

After a long way's drive from Makati City to Rizal, Laguna for the blessing of the first Bottle Center for the Aged last March 2013, we had lunch at Lucy and Elsie's Cuisine.

Entering the area you would see a garden with swings for kids, a couple of outdoor sitting areas and lots of nipa huts where families can also dine. Too bad my other pictures got corrupted so I can't show you :(


The group settled on the second floor.

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Honestly I didn't get a good look at the menu, the food was ordered for us. It seems to me they only serve Filipino food.

[caption id="attachment_93" align="aligncenter" width="800"]lucy-elsie-cuisine-soup Corn! Egg! Veggies! Love the soup![/caption]

[caption id="attachment_94" align="aligncenter" width="600"]lucy-elsie-cuisine-porkcheese I dig this too, mainly because of the cheese added to it. Too bad I don't know what it's called :/[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_95" align="aligncenter" width="800"]lucy-elsie-cuisine-friedchicken I didn't get to try the chicken, but from observation, it didn't seem greasy and the skin looks crispy :3[/caption]

Judging from the food serving and satisfied look on everyone, I'd say it was a good deal.



If ever you find yourself in this quiet little municipality, make sure you stop over at this quaint and homey restaurant.

Lucy and Elsie's Cuisine

Tuy, Rizal, Laguna 4003






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