Considering my workplace for the last three years is located so near to Plana’s Pantry, it’s a wonder that I’ve only been able to dine here just last month.
The place has a rustic shabby-chic feel to its decor. Walls and ornately carved furniture were mostly in white highlighted respectively by framed pithy sayings, teal cushions and various bric-a-bracs. It’s interiors were designed to look inviting and cozy.
It’s offerings are mostly comfort food: a mixture of Filipino and American dishes with some pastas thrown in.
When I dined here with my co-workers, we ordered the following:
- Tapsilog (Php180)
- Pasta Carbonara (Php220)
- Hickory BBQ Ribs (Php285) – my order – I found its marinade a bit too sweet but the meat is fork tender
- Beef Salpicao (Php260)
- BBQ Pork Belly (Php230)
- Fresh Dalandan Juice (Php75)
- Iced Tea (Php60)
- Hand-crafted Avocado Ice Cream (Php60 for single scoop – I couldn’t pass this up as I love avocado ice cream, especially artisanal ones
The food were reasonably priced, considering the generous servings. I would probably order the Lengua on my next visit (along with another scoop of Avocado Ice Cream!)
Another plus factor for Plana’s Pantry is the Hi-top Supermarket right next door where my officemates bought some chips and sweets before we went back to the office.
This branch of Plana’s Pantry is located at the Hi-Top Supermarket Building, 1650 Quezon Avenue corner Sgt. Esguerra Street, South Triangle, Quezon City. Another branch is located at the Ground Floor, RC Building, 50 Domingo M. Guevarra Street, Highway Hills, Mandaluyong City.