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The Old South is Back!

Ravi Villanueva | Thursday, April 07, 2011 | 1comments
Sino kaya ang magbabalik?


Magbabalik na ngayong April 8, Friday, ang Mediterranean Cuisine na nagpabago sa lasa ng mga Generals. The Old South Mediterranean Cuisine is back with their new twist of flavors, Arabian and European Cuisines na affordable ng lahat!

Mediterranean Spot. Photo by Sir Kyawster.

The Old South Mediterranean Cuisine is not hard to find if you know your way around GenSan. Located at the former house of Atty. Onie Baliao, which he transformed to resemble a Spanish Villa, it can be found inside the Romana Estate II, along the Mabuhay-Klinan Road. Your landmark should be the Iglesia ni Cristo temple on the left shoulder of the Mabuhay-Klinan Road. Just beside the temple is a road sign leading to LC5 Farm and Resort. Turn left here to a dirt road and immediately you will see The Old South’s building a few meters away. (Bariles' Blog post: http://www.gensantos.com/2009/09/17/the-old-souths-mediterranean-cuisine/)


SOX Bloggers attack! And at the same time, 22nd Birthday Celebration of Alexis Chua! Yay! Photo by Sir Kyawster. :)


Sultan Rice! Yay!

I was invited for a food tasting to promote their resto before the soft opening on April 8. Masyadong sossy at classy ang mga pagkain nila. I forgot some of their dishes but I really love their Sultan Rice, it is actually a buttered rice with raisins, cashew nuts and saffron threads. Kinda new to my taste buds. Kahit 'yan lang kakainin mo, ok na! Kumpleto rekados na! Parang may kasama nang ulam ang rice!


Pita Bread with different fillings, yummy! Photo by Sir Kyawster.

I also tried the pita bread with different fillings like Labneh Makbus. It is a soft cheese ball made from yogurt. It is really perfect and ooohhh, parang lumulutang ka sa air kapag natry mo ang super hot hot hot sauce dahil sa sobrang anghang!


Yummy Porterhouse Steak! Photo by Sir Kyawster.

Para naman sa akin, perfect match naman ang kanilang Porterhouse steak with white garlic sauce. Somewhat their steak is different from other steaks na natikman ko in different restos. It is actually a large piece, yummy and juicy.


Creamy Gindara fish, one of the best food that the resto can offer! Photo by Sir Kyawster.

For seafood lovers, Gindara fish is a must! It is one of the best and yummiest fish that I ever tasted. It is so creamy and actually, I doubted if it was really a fish or beef.


Cigarette Borek. Photo by Sir Kyawster.

Akala ko naman 'eh totoong sigarilyo. I tried their Cigarette Borek. It is a Labneh Makbus wrapped into spring roll sheets and then fried to perfection. Parang cheese sticks but not an ordinary made out of cheese, but it's a soft cheese ball made from yogurt. SOSYAL!


Ate Sheng on Hookah mode. Photo by Sir Kyawster.

And of course, perhaps their SOON-TO-BE-FAMOUS Hookah, a single or multi-stemmed (often glass-based) instrument for smoking in which the smoke is cooled and filtered by passing through water. It's nicotine-free and way too far from addiction. Uh, but it is really way too near to addiction. HAHAHA. We tried it, one by one! And it taste like cherry. Cherry flavor. And I want to do that Hookah again, and again!


Family Picture! YAY. Photo by Sir Kyawster.

The Old South Mediterranean Cuisine is open Mondays to Sundays. They offer lunch from 11-2 on weekdays, while opens from 6-11pm on weekends. Watch out for lots of promos including their different promos. Automatic 15% discount when eating with kids and if with a senior citizen. And 15% discount for students!

Related blog posts:
Ate Sheng - http://sdumalay.blogspot.com/2011/04/old-south-mediterranean-cuisine-taste.html
Sir Avel - http://www.gensantos.com/2009/09/17/the-old-souths-mediterranean-cuisine/

You can contact them via Facebook Account (http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Old-South-Mediterranean-Cuisine/206632586020759) or drop them a reservation via e-mail (theoldsouth_cuisine@yahoo.com), thru telephone (+63 83 301 5829) or pay to visit their Multiply Site (http://theoldsouthresto.multiply.com) for more details.
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Anonymous said...

Link: http://www.gensantos.com/2011/04/26/the-old-south-mediterranean-cuisine-is-back-and-is-better-than-ever/

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