I took some shots of the wonderful food that was served on Mich's party. Spocky went to great lengths just to gather this wonderful selection of Pinoy faves. And we were so glad he did!
The party was held in the Public Ad building in UP Diliman (driving back there made me remember all those fun food trips that me and my friends indulged in every chance we get, which to some extent was limited by the extent of our meager student budget. Quezon City is just teeming with very good eating places from chic restaurants to quirky little food nooks. We never ran out of choices).
There were boxes of the uber-famous Ferino's Bibingka, three bilaos of Pancit Malabon (which, according to Arlene, they had to brave the high-tide floodwaters of Malabon City just to bring back to the party), Goldilock's Black Forest Cake, A beautiful chocolatey cake from Merced bakeshop and restaurant (delicious cakes that's easy on the budget), fried kikiam (favorite street food), and cassava.
The highlight of the feast, I must say, is the cart of sorbetes (yummy Filipino ice cream). It took at least six people to carry the ice cream cart to the second floor of the building where the party was held. It was worth the effort. Unfortunately, we forgot to take shots of the ice cream cart. We did get the phone number "mamang sorbetero" though. So if you're planning a party and you want your very own sorbetes, give Mr. Bert Pelo a call at (0920)7251564. Your guests will love you for it.