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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Little Patio

JP Little Patio is located at 91 Dayangdang St. at back of Jumong carwash. Dayangdang is known as an extension to Magsaysay Avenue's night life. I have long been passing by the entrance of Little Patio but unable to drop by and dine.  Luckily I was able to squeeze in my schedule a visit to the Little Patio last week after I was invited by Ms. Trish. From the logo of Little Patio, I had an impression that it's themed as Japanese, but then I found out that it's not. Now, that's uniqueness number 1.

THE PLACE. If you happen to know where Libod Resto Bar is, then you'll be able to find where Little Patio is located. It's at the back of a carwash with a huge compound and an ample parking space. From the main road of Dayangdang, you'll see the signage of Little Patio and an arrow for the parking space. So, no worries for your cars and there's a nice security personnel to guide you upon going in and out of the compound. The place itself justifies the name as a patio. It's clean and a garden-feel like atmosphere where you can enjoy good music and most importantly their food.

Live acoustic performances are scheduled every Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 8:00 pm.

THE FOOD. Little Patio has recently launched their month of May dish delights. Be amazed with their newest food concept and definitely another first in the city that is soooo unique and creative and not to mention.. HEALTHY. Why? There is no match for food prepared by spices and the touch of culinary passion with no use of Magic Sarap or artificial flavorings. When Ms. Trish (one of the sisters of Little Patio) told me about this, it was a hands down and 2 thumbs up praise for them. I admire people who do not use artificial flavorings when cooking, because I was also raised like one by my parents. Now that's uniqueness number 2!

We ordered Adobo Pasta, Beer and Beef Stew and one of my favorites now the "Sisig Wonton"

Adobo Pasta

Sisig Wonton
Sisig wrapped in wonton wrapper na may "ambura" (chopped onion, tomato, etc) on the side.
It's one sisig you'll never see in other restaurants, uniquely Little Patio, uniquely Naga!

Beer and Beef Stew
with potato and shitake mushrooms for the win!!
(pardon the low light)

Here are some photos from their Facebook Page 
Don't forget to like Little Patio on Facebook for updates CLICK HERE

Watch out for their new dishes! Stay tuned!
Thank you Little Patio for the invitation! More power!
Looking forward to another culinary adventures with Little Patio!
Great food and taste only in Naga City!


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