Thursday, October 31, 2013

Trip to Mangia

A few days ago i had a meeting with Rubrik which is now my design team for my newest Yearbook project. Since i don't have any babysitter to take care of lil' Naaya, my sister is being so kind and helpful because she was there for her during our (me and my hubby) short meeting. So we decided to take her with us for a dinner. She took us to a place called Mangia. Located at the cafe-dominated Panglima Polim, Mangia is a homey place with colorful wooden chair, white walls, old windows, and lovely menu on the list. My first impression of the place is that it's so lovely with its rustique interior design in pastel palette. Once we arrived, it looks like they doesn't have a big enough area to park the visitor's cars, so they provides a valet service for us.

I headed to the second floor, which was more spacious but still my baby stroller won't fit in their place so i was rely on their baby high chair so i can feed her. The 2nd floor was divided into 2 area, smoking and non smoking one. I love the soft pink chair, I love the old-style window, I love the vintage plate mat on my table. A super love.

Got myself a plate of Mangia's Fried Rice which was basically their favorite menu on the list with a glass of Smoothies Freezing. So yummy.

My hubby got a plate of their Favorite Swedish House Meatballs. 5 tender meatballs were served with brown-sauce-poured-mashed-potato, and of course a little touch of strawberry jam on the side of it. It was a tasty one indeed!

Here's their another fav menu on the list, it was Nasi Jeruk Sambal Dori which is composed by mixed white rice, orange leaf, and herbs top with a spicy dori. Looks so tempting, i wish i can have a taste on it but i have an allergic to spicy foods. So uncool.

The waiter suggested me to try the wheatgrass shot, he said it was like drinking 1 kg of vegetable. Quite interesting, but it tasted like a fake one because this one was too sweet to be a healthy juice, maybe they used too many sugar on it.

Say hi to my little-cute companion 😊

The price range for the meals stretches from 35.000 rupiahs to 70.000 rupiahs, and 19.000 to 35.000 rupiahs for the drinks. For a tiny restaurant with a well-designed space land i think the price were reasonable. Mangia definitely made it to my favorite places list and succeed to impress me with its warmth. I think I will pay another visit for it. Do you have any new or all time favorite place to eat? We'd love to know and try them!

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