Since I missed Pat and I wanted to see him I drove off to fetch him from his place after I came from work, unfortunately due to the heavy traffic congestion along EDSA we decided to just meet up at Robinsons Magnolia since he also had to drop by there to buy some stuff and I also had to do some last minute errands.
We met at Robinsons Magnolia around 8pm since I was caught up in the heavy traffic and afterwards we decided to eat out and have some dinner since both of us were starving and we also had to do it quickly since the restaurants were all closing in at 9pm. Since mall hours are only until 9pm on weekdays. We were even supposed to grab some yogurt after dinner but Red Mango was already closed before we were even able to purchase. Maybe next time at a more earlier time.
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Since class was about to start in a couple of minutes we decided to grab ourselves a quick fix so we went to Pepper lunch since I haven’t really eaten up here before since the last time we were here. Pat was the only one eating and he just gave me some servings of his meal which ended up him splitting his meal into two. Sorry Babe 🙂 Told you I wasn’t hungry.
Their operating hours are from Monday to Sunday at 11am- 10 pm I think. Their meals are quite okay prices range from 200- 500 pesos. At Pepper Lunch diners get to cook their own food over a patented electromagnetic plate that is heated up to 260 degrees Celsius within one minute. Choice cuts of beef, chicken, pork and salmon are served with rice and vegetables for guests to cook and season using flavors of teriyaki, onion sauce, honey brown sauce (Amakuchi) or garlic soy sauce (Karakuchi)—and that dash of freshly ground pepper to give you that delicious, flavor-filled meal.
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