Mr. Foodie Goodie

What’s with the long stick?… MANN HANN in Market Market in Taguig serves lemon iced tea in a 1-liter carafe with a weird long stick.  Yes, the stick is for mixing the drink.  The lemon-flavored jasmine tea is good.  There’s a hint of honey in the taste.  It is not too sweet nor bland.  Just right for my taste.  It is priced at 110 Pesos and is reasonable enough.  The glasses and the carafe however, are very ordinary looking.  It is a good thing that the tea tasted good otherwise some people who are critical with the glassware used in restaurants may not enjoy this drink from Mann Hann.

What’s with the long stick?… MANN HANN in Market Market in Taguig serves lemon iced tea in a 1-liter carafe with a weird long stick.  Yes, the stick is for mixing the drink.  The lemon-flavored jasmine tea is good.  There’s a hint of honey in the taste.  It is not too sweet nor bland.  Just right for my taste.  It is priced at 110 Pesos and is reasonable enough.  The glasses and the carafe however, are very ordinary looking.  It is a good thing that the tea tasted good otherwise some people who are critical with the glassware used in restaurants may not enjoy this drink from Mann Hann.

I was at Market Market in Taguig last night.  My friends and I decided to eat at MANN HANN.  We ordered this Spring Rolls as our appetizer.  5 pieces for 105 Pesos sounds reasonable.  The content of the rolls is predominantly made up of thinly sliced carrots and mushrooms.  I like my Spring Rolls fried just right - not too crispy.  Mann Hann’s is just that and the texture is soft in the mouth.  The spicy vinegar definitely adds flavor.  I do however, had better Spring Rolls notably from C2 (Filipino Classic Cuisines) that has turnips and “longganiza bits” and DEC (Deng Eng Chai).  This one’s not bad but I would rather try other appetizers for my next visit.