Not too long ago, our friends who came to visit us just can't stop raving about this C' restaurant in Clark Pampanga which is famous for their panizza - a super thin and oh-so-soft-and-at-the-same-time-crisp strips of pizza you roll with arugula and that other leafy vegetable (sorry I forgot, but It was delish I can tell yah) So with an almost empty stomachs we went there on a Sunday afternoon really excited to try everything. Inside the restaurant, it was cozy, silent, a little too warm when you're carrying a toddler and dark.
If you know what I mean. So unlike the uncoziness ala Jolibee. At this point at Yllac's age he can handle coziness so I am not entirely sure what made him burst out crying. I was thinking, was it the plates all over the wall or the dim lights, or the brick walls or the huge statue at the lobby of the restaurant, or the lack of a window, but he sure made known to ALL that he doesn't like the restaurant. By the way, they have high chairs too, so I guess it's a baby friendly restaurant. And as long as the babies are happy, other diners are happy too. Since we don't want them unhappy, the moment Yllac hit his highest note, we rushed him out at the back and just like that he was happy again. That top of the table was his happiest and safest place in all of the restaurant that Sunday afternoon. Jayson and I were such a team to take turns watching Yllac and pop rolls of panizza into our mouths. It was a great way to burn calories while eating. Great but not fun.
We really wanna go back for the panizza, but I guess we'll just take it out and eat them at Jollibee. Times like these, oh how much I wish Yllac was a little bigger
So any parents out there happens to read this? Do you have any tricks you can share with us on trying out new restaurants with your little ones without the baby drama? - No? Ah-What? You don't eat out until they're 18??????