Tonight, I am blogging about my second time in Lugang Cafe. HAHA.
First off, the very pretty lighting of Lugang Cafe. Their lightings were made of gold bottomless birdcages with little lamps(?) inside. To be honest, I’m a sucker for beautiful interiors, interiors that make me feel cozy and at ease. You may find my statement weird, but it is true.
This would be my favorite Strawberry-yoghurt shake ever. The flavor is so rich and it doesnt taste like the other cheap ones. It may be a bit pricey, but it is worth it, because it takes a long long time for you to actually finish the drink, you actually get to taste REAL stawberries, and the flavor stays a whole lot longer.
I forgot what this is called, but it has the word coconut on it. That, my friends, is real ice cream, lol. The whooooole thing tastes really good, considering that I’m inlove with it’s presentation and the fruits that surround the ice cream. Wanna know what that red thingy is? The one beside the Kiwi? Watermelon, shaped into perfection. Oh, wait, brb while I eat this in my dreams once again! *nomnomnomnom*
This, to be honest, I wasnt the one who ordered this, which is why I dont know what this one’s called, but basically its like some creme brulee with some red beans on it. It tastes good, but I wouldnt go gaga over it as much as I would for the other one. Thumbs-up to the food presentation though, and oh! their service deserves a 4 star! :)
Not a fan of desserts or sweets? Try their parade of dimsums! Especially the Xiao Long Bao, Three cups Chicken(not sure about the name, it was too delicious), and the rice they serve in Pineapples! :)
Anyhoo, here ends my little blog post about my experience in Lugang Cafe, I hope you didnt find my looooong introductions boring, because I exerted a lot of effort, hahaha. Oh, and for those who are interested to have a fun dining experience in Lugang Cafe, there’s one branch located in MOA, since that’s the only branch I’ve been to. :)