This is probably the only restaurant where the secret formulation is trumpeted along with their brand name. That secret? Garlic.
Though it has been a common denominator of all cuisine types from virtually all cultural landscape, it remained a hidden secret that makes a dish 10times tastier than without it.
The reckoning force behind a garlic bulb has been the compelling concept of one of the Bistro's Group restaurants, Krazy Garlik at the Greenbelt 5. It is operated by the same restauranteurs as Flapjacks, TGIF, Fish & Co, and Italiannis. Though plain and simple garlic infusion as the primordial ingredient of their menu, there is a continuing tipping point to it--- having lots of garlic spells fantastic concoction, but too much of it also spoils into a distasteful course. The Krazy Garlik have found a way to perfectly blend garlic into all their entrees, the way it should be.
The interior has a bistro type, no less, ambiance with multi-colored glass blocks, red painted tables, cocoon-style lamps, and an Alice in Garlicland design elements of their dining wall.
What's up for grab that day? Fettuccini Oriente(Php465 + 10% SC), and Garlic Snowflake Pizza(Php385 + 10% SC). The Fettuccini Oriente is served with Chinese greens and creamy seafood sauce with plump shrimps and seashells. Another mouthwatering goodness is the Garlic Snowflake Pizza topped with shrimps, pineapple and garlic flakes.
Capping off our gastronomic journey are Blueberry Cheesecake with Vanilla Ice Cream(Php395 + 10% SC), Apple Juice(Php85 + 10% SC) and Infinity Lemonade(Php110 + 10%SC).
Whether the garlic comes in crushed or chopped, sauteed or roasted, Krazy Garlic made it perfectly sumptuous.
In the pic is me holding a $50 Australian dollar. The transparent section of the paper bill catches my fancy.