I bet you have one of those days (or nights), too---craving for a specific food or flavor. It's probably the cold weather, or the seemingly endless routine that drove me to imagine Mediterranean flavors all day long. By six in the evening, I was like a woman possessed. Good thing I did not salivate all the way to the elevator!:p
The nearest Mediterranean restaurant to my place of work is Behrouz Persian Cuisine at Metrowalk. It's a shabby place with rickety chairs and worn out tablecloths, with a crew who looked like they would kick you out when you ask for a glass of water. But I was there to get my fix, not to be smiled at and be pampered.
I got warm pita and hummus for appetizer. The hummus was extra creamy and with spiced ground meat, the marriage of flavor was simply delightful. I got a beef stew dish with chickpea paired with basmati rice---I can't remember what it was called, but I remember how tender the meat and how alluring the spices and textures were. And I cleaned up the bowl down to the last tasty morsel.
Posted for Food Trip Friday and Food Friday
You're right, sometimes I crave for a certain food, and I got myself in the kitchen to create the dish..This looks scrumptious!
sarap... i've got to try those!
looks good. Been to metrowalk once pa lang. yayain ko si Hubz to visit that resto :)
Thanks for sharing!
Oooppsss...I could almost smell the spices on your burp, LOL! I've somehow came to love some Mediterranean tastes, a few of them. I especially love masalas, basmati and their yoghurts.
This food really looks good, Iwish one day someday heheh makakakain din ako nito.
now you're making my mouth water and i just finished lunch.
I still haven't tasted Mediterranean food. :(
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That looks like a yummy meal for a cold day. It has been cold here all week and I think you have motivated me to head out in search of a warm meal.
Sobrang photogenic ng food--looks like your mediterranean fix is inviting me to get a spoon full,nope,it's telling me to finish 'em up.lurve it!
Woweeee! Now I imagine that piece of pita dipped in creamy hummus melting in your mouth. Love it. Now I'm craving for some. Luckily, we have lots of restos here offering authentic Mediterranean cuisine.
Have a good weekend, Luna!
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hello dear, so sad we don't have a Med restos in Davao... sana meron ... looks yummy..
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Oh my goodness, sarap naman nyan sis!
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I'm not that "ignorant" anymore when you posted something like this, working in a multi cultural environment, exposed me in all different types of food and yes, I saw Humus and tasted it too.
I like the way you described the food, you sounds like a real food critic. :)
It looks yummy! :)
ooppss, burp! excuse me.. kasarap naman nyan..
oh ah...oh ah...oh lala...my gosh...kakagutom....:)
natatawa ako sa comment mo about sa chicken kung d nag sunblock....lol...hahahaha!
wow! you got me craving there!
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I seldom eat in restos like that but I like Cafe Meditteranean (the gyro!!) and Cyma =) And Go! Greek in Glorietta pala.
We haven't tried any Mediterranean dishes yet. Or maybe I did, but, I wasn't aware. *LOL* Thanks for sharing about the resto. I'll add it to our list of must-visit food places. :)
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Your entry seems so inviting & looks so yummy :)
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