09 October 2011
Food Trip: Celebrating Birthdays at Stacy’s
Sean’s 8th birthday was celebrated in a family-friendly, cozy, designed-for-kids restaurant in Capitol Hills.
Stacy’s is a cozy dainty cheery all-day-breakfast little restaurant serving home-cooked comfort food. This white restaurant with its splashes of pastel colors can and will make any resto guest feel giddy and child-like (read: I was resisting the urge to skip towards the restaurant from the parking lot. Yes, it’s that homey, cozy, and inviting!)
My brother’s order (entree) – Layered Sausage and Potato Pie – 195.00
Casserole of ground beef and Hungarian sausage bits crowned with cheesy smashed potatoes and served with herbed rice and good-for-you veggies
My friend’s order – Stacy Jones – 195.00
Tender yakiniku cut US beef sirloin tapa smothered with loads of fried garlic. Served with anyway you like em eggs, caramelized tomatoes and roasted garlic rice
Mah Little Man Sean’s order – Texas Barbecue Ribs – 245.00
Slow cooked and oh-so-tender country style ribs, generously glazed with their very own lip smacking barbeque sauce served with herbed rice and steamed veggies
My order – Homebaked Chicken Parmesan – 190.00
Everyday food has never been this tasty! Baked chicken fillet in Italian herbs and chunky tomato sauce layered with oodles of Parmesan and mozzarella cheese, topped on a bed of herbed rice pilaf
Sean’s Birthday Cake is c/o Vanessa of Vanessa’s Pastry Shop who made Sean’s cake at a very short notice. Thanks Vanessa!
Address: Capitol Greenstreet Commercial Center,
1 Capitol Hills Drive, Quezon City, Philippines
Phone number: +63 927 326-2244 | +63 933 442-7661 | +63 917 847-2229
Others: Call before going there. Stacy’s only accepts reservations on weekdays. However, on weekends, all guests should walk in. Call in advance too, as the restaurant might be closed for kiddie events.
Budget: PHP 300 per person
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