Nicolette's Birthday Bash at Berks Resto Grille

Posted on Sunday, April 17, 2011 |

Nicolette, Tina, Vitori Vita, Trisha, Jerica, and Babes eating the night away...
Pigging out much!

Last Friday, we celebrated Nicolette's birthday at the newly opened Berks Resto Grille along Macapagal Avenue in Pasay City. I did not come prepared because all the while, I thought I was going to stay home and enjoy my new Blackberry. But then, peer pressure is so hard to resist. So I met up with my friends who were trying on some clothes in Zara at Glorietta 4. Looking at them, I knew my work uniform will standout in a sea of colorful clothing for the summer. Hence, I decided to do some shopping for myself.

The food at Berks Resto Grille was so amazing - crabs, tempura, fried chicken, etc. The servings were very generous that I had to do my "eat-pause-talk-eat technique" just so I'd be able to maximize the storage capacity of my tummy. For the food I'd give it 4 stars out of 5 because it tastes really really good.

Finding a decent comfort room on the Seaside Market at Macapagal Avenue is quite a challenge but at the Berks Resto Grille, I am able to live with it. All because I am a boy and I dont have to use the toilet seat. But a good toilet seat sanitizer like Holy Seat will be of great help if you may need to use the restroom.

The colorful walls of the place made it a bit funkier and youthful. The lively colors will perk that pent up energy for the whole week plus they have a live band with a female lead singer who was all over the place in a good way. But she was not able to keep up with the energy that I exposed as I sang Bad Romance and Time of My Life.

Without batting an eyelash, I obliged to perform at the stage which made everyone's night SUPER FUN!!!

The service was good including the understandable waiting time considering that they had to cook the food the moment you order on their menu. Which means that all the food served to the diners are fresh from the kitchen.

I wont be able to say something about the price because it was a free dinner courtesy of the cousin of the owner of the place who happened to be our friend. But certainly, I know that the price is reasonable.
ViVi and Trisha belting our much loved "emotera" songs....

The best way to end the night was sing at Grenada KTV. I actually wanted Music Bank but I cant say it out to Pablo because he owns the place and he's going to take charge of everything anyway. Thou shalt not be CHOOSY! =)


2 comments:

Nishiboy said...

ang pretty ng friends mo ha in fairness. haha.

and i gotta see you perform. haha. papalakpak ako nang todo!

Vitori Thinks said...

@nishi: lol... i belong... =))

if i become a regular dun sa resto grille then il invite you guys... baka may free drinks pa... HAHAHA!

Thanks Nishi... =)

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