Showing posts from August, 2010

Bugsy's Makati

Bugsy's in Makati is located on San Agustin street which is parallel to Valero street in Salcedo Village. It is a humble enough looking place from the outside but the interior lends itself well to the whole mafia bar image. Trying to get a table there on a Friday or Saturday night is a lost cause unless you go there right after work or have had the foresight to reserve a table.
So what does one do if one desires the buffalo chicken tenders and could not get a table at night? You go during lunch when the place is practically empty.

Bugsy's not only has some pretty affordable alcoholic beverages but delicious bar chow as well. Their bestseller is the Buffalo Chicken Tenders which are pieces of chicken deep fried then tossed in a special spicy sauce that I would kill to get the recipe of. You cannot go wrong with ordering this spicy and tangy dish. Hubby and I have actually just hung out here ordering their appetizers and some beer. Don't forget to smother the chicken tenders…


I got hit with the flu two weeks ago and it wasn't pretty. I could barely get out of bed but I did manage to stay updated with twitter and Facebook. A friend posted that she had a late dinner at Azuthai and I got envious and promptly demanded that hubby and I eat lunch there the next day.
Azuthai is the Thai restaurant that is part of the group of restaurants of El Cirkulo and Milky way fame. It's located at the ground floor of the Milky Way building on Pasay road.
The interiors are very Thai/Asian and quite lovely. Though we ate there during lunch, the restaurant is quite dim as they used mood lighting.



Lovely chandelier

The food at Azuthai is the most authentic that hubby and I have tried so far in Manila. Hubby spent 9 months in Bangkok and can eat the really spicy stuff with ease. However, I can only go up to medium spicy level. The nice thing about Azuthai is that the waiter will always ask you what kind of spice level you would like your food to be. If you really …