|their menu speaks of sumptuous dishes|
|POP ART. Disturbing yet fun to watch|
|We literally jolted to the sudden shouts of birthday wishers|
|bring this to my house pls|
|the cocoon. i wonder how it feels there.|
The food at MESA tastes delicious. Its a cross breed between Hukad and Krua Thai. The spices and the flavors, for me, were just right on some entree. The big problem with the MESA in totality was their serving which came in staggered. Just like in New Orleans Cafe, we have to wait for a few minutes for our next order to come out. And we did not order a Five course meal. This puts your hunger pangs on hold and melts your appetite. This has been a common problem even at Cafe Laguna. Could it be easier to assign a waitstaff per table and check the orders from time to time to avoid angry customers. And rush hour is not a reason since strategies should be previously discussed as plenty of diners visits during rush hour sanz the term. And it could have been better if customers will be informed as to the nature of their orders rather than serve it late and cold.
|the standing chicken?|
|the iced tea that I never got the chance to taste|
|the yummy scallops - hope they'll go easy with the garlic|
|Century Egg, Shrimp in Tofu|
|Laing in 2 ways. The upper concoction had a sweet aftertaste, while the one below was your typical Laing.|
|Stuffed Big Shrimp|
|Barbecue. Spicy Sauce. It was soft to eat and easy to slice|
|the controversial liempo that was re cooked because as claimed it didnt fit their standards. Was serving it semi cold included in your standards?|
|Because we were not happy campers, the manager gave us a delicious cassava to compensate their poor servicing, Tasted good.|
I would still recommend MESA for good Filipino dishes and hope that their service would improve. The Dining Supervisor was well mannered while we spoke of our suggestions. Now if you'll excuse me, I need to visit the john.