After his work in the company headquarters in Makati, he decided to meet us a few hours before heading to the airport for his flight to Cebu-Bohol. Not all of us were available but Cai, Marky and me were.
We ended up in Banana Leaf at Greenbelt 3. It's they say a multi - awarded International restaurant that introduced Filipino diners to the delights modern Malaysian, Singaporean, Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, and Indonesian cuisine. It has a casual ambiance. Nothing very fancy.
In between bites, we talked and laughed as if we were the only people inside. We missed each other. marky that day was particularly noisy. Well, knowing Marky, he is a very self spoken person, so when he starts throwing 2 consecutive jokes, that's it, he's already noisy.hahaha
I remember Cai constantly asking us if the food is okay. Honestly, it was okay and that's all. Nothing special for me to remember. The taste is forgettable. I find it expensive actually. Not that I care about the price but for somebody who didn't enjoy it, it's expensive. All I can recall is that it's oily and the 3 main dishes tastes similary---oily.hahaha.The guys agreed with me. Good thing we constantly asked for our glasses to be refilled with dalandan juice. Good decision to go bottomless.lols
I was just glad that we got to see Josh again after a few months and finally had a good personal chat with him. Ang effort ha. lumuwas pa talaga kami ni wifey Josh just to meet you.hahaha