pipi’s birthday – clinton st. baking co. & restaurant . cicheti

Out of the house! Chasing after my nose. Lol! (Yeah, it’s still running.)

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First stop!
Brunch at Clinton St. Baking Co. & Restaurant

Blueberry pancakes with warm maple butter. Ooh. The pancakes so fluffy, I gonna die. šŸ˜

Farmer’s Plate of pork patties, soft scrambled eggs, roasted tomatoes, sourdough toast and…

Two huge chunks of cheddar. šŸ˜°šŸ˜°šŸ˜°šŸ˜°šŸ˜°

Okay, I did try to cut into small little pieces and eat it together with the other things. I did manage to finish half a chunk of it. Didn’t really like the grainy texture though. šŸ˜

Scrambled egg is really soft and runny. Pork patties = yum yum. I wanted to try their buttermilk fried chicken with waffles but my throat… haiz. Next time ba.

Coffee for him. Peppermint tea for my nose.

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New bag, new shoes. āœŒ

I somehow feel that I look even younger after dyeing my hair black. šŸ¤”

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Then it’s dinner at Cicheti!

Coffee first because need to wait quite long for one of our mains.

This was their special of the day, Polpo. I tell you… it may look scary but damn… it’s very good! I’ll come back for this again if I could.

This is our pizza, Bismark. It’s big. Almost stuffed after three slices. *burp*

Then we had the whole salt baked seabass. The reason why I wanted to bring TC here, he loves salt baked fish. I had a few mouthfuls then cannot already. šŸ˜‚

But it’s really fresh and juicy. Highly recommend this. Even those we had in Thailand is not as juicy as this.

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