Dayrit's in Quezon City | Restaurant Review

I hardly have time to cook so most of the time we eat at restaurants along Tomas Morato Ave. One night on his way home, DH saw Dayrit's inconspicuous signage. He asked me if I have ever heard about it, I said I often passed by it. He told me that we should check it out and so we did.

Roast Beef Plate

The restaurant looks and feels like a school canteen. Anyway, as soon as we were given a table, a couple of menu were handed to us.

DH ordered a Roast Beef Plate. There's a lot going on his plate- baked potato topped with cheese and bacon bits, vegetables and a choice of bread or rice.

Tapa with Onion

Tapa with Onion tasted like tocino- a bit on the sweet side. Best eaten while still hot.

Binagoongan Liempo

Binagoongan Liempo is on the salty side. You can choose between a green mango or a tomato, we chose the former and super nangasim kami hahaha

#ShareACoke can with Bro this time around

Pigeon Tall Water Bottle in Pink PhP 745 and Dalandan Juice 

Dayrit's is located at JSB Building, Tomas Morato Ave. cor. Scout Delgado, Laging Handa, Quezon City with telephone number 376 9684.

Avent Insulated Straw Cup

On a side note... I switched from Avent to Pigeon Tall drinking cup. I used to steam all my feeding bottles together with Avent Insulated Straw drinking cup then the unthinkable happened===> the metal thingie inside the bottle warped. I immediately replaced it with Pigeon Tall Straw Bottle. Right now, I let #babyMartinez drink from a Kid Kanteen.

I have since retired the steamer while the Pigeon bottle is now being used to train her how to spit when she is brushing her teeth.
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