Celebrating the End of August with the New Soderno

Yesterday was the last day of August 2012. What is a good way to end it with a bang? Hang out with friends and eat good food!

We chose to celebrate the last day of the month by going to the re-opening of Soderno @ Molito,the Mercato Centrale of the south.

Here is a photo essay of our culinary experience last night. Enjoy!

Fewer vendors than before

Music started at around 8pm

The only vendor that sells dessert

What we ordered:

Binagoongan Rice topped with Lechon Macau from Rice Pots (P129): Too expensive for its quality.

White Chicago Pizza from Chicago Deep Dish Pizza and Pasta (P150): Taste was okay. It might be better if it was served hot.

Bagnet Rice Patong from The Original Bagnet Rice (P65): Delicious for its price but too much fat.

Isaw from Giga Bite Kebab (P35): Taste was okay. We liked the “sawsawan”.

Isaw and Isaw ng Baboy from another isawan beside Giga Bite (Sorry, we forgot the name of the store!) (P30 each): We like the taste of these better than the first one. The marinade is more flavorful.

Dalandan drink from edgys foodtrip (3 for P100): Refreshing! Try the Wintermelon flavor.

Red Velvet cake from Piper’s Pan Homebaked cakes (2 for P140): Cake is moist and really delicious, although they used buttercream as frosting instead of cream cheese.

Caramel cake from Piper’s Pan Homebaked cakes (2 for P140): We were surprised that banana cake covered with luscious caramel would taste really good! The caramel was sweet, it almost tasted like yema.

Now that Soderno has reopened, they offer alcoholic drinks. Unfortunately, we didn’t have the chance to take a picture of the booth selling these alcoholic drinks. But anyway, for those who want to try, the name of the booth is ”Bottella Cocktails“. They offer cocktails like Mojito, a drink named Tiramisu, and Amaretto Sour.

What’s also good about Soderno is that they also have bazaars which offer fashion finds, home accents, and many more. So you can do a little shopping as well!

We just wish there would be more food stalls next time (particularly more stalls offering desserts and more alcoholic drinks)!

Dining in Soderno really gives the opportunity for friends, lovers, and families to bond and have a good time. Plus, coming from the south, we know that south people really love to hang out, chill, and relax while eating good food with loved ones.

Details on Soderno @ Molito

Address: Molito Commercial Complex, Commerce Ave. corner Madrigal Ave., Ayala Alabang Muntinlupa City

Store Hours: 6pm-12mn, Friday-Sunday

Websites: www.soderno.com, Facebook: Soderno, Twitter: @Soderno

Have you been to the re-opening? What do you think of the new Soderno? Tell us your experiences!

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9 thoughts on “Celebrating the End of August with the New Soderno

  1. What is dalandan? Also, Chicago-style pizza? Oh man, the Philippines needs a little taste of the US East Coast to get it right, IMO! And that place I tried in Malate, Yellow Cab Pizza, doesn’t count…

    • Hi! Dalandan is a citrus fruit found in the Philippines. It’s good as juice or even shake. Very refreshing! Good for summer heat. We have to agree to you on that. A lot of pizza places here do not match that in Chicago or even in NY! Well, yeah, Yellow Cab Pizza is not the best for us, too….

      Btw, interesting blog you have! Cheers! Would love to go back to New York!

  2. Hi! Dalandan is a citrus fruit found in the Philippines. It’s good as juice or even shake. Very refreshing! Good for summer heat. We have to agree to you on that. A lot of pizza places here do not match that in Chicago or even in NY! Well, yeah, Yellow Cab Pizza is not the best for us, too….

    Btw, interesting blog you have! Cheers! Love to go back to New York!

  3. From a Chicagoan: Of course we will defend our food, just like any one else with a shred of civic pride. One slice of deep dish is enough for a meal, and, like a shepherd’s pie, I think, that’s the way the Chicago deep dish pizza pie was intended to be, delicious crust and all. A real shame it wasn’t served hot. Pizza consumed cold should only be done at home, after a long night of drinking and carousing, when you’re happy there’s anything edible at all in your refrigerator!

    Thanks for visiting my Filipino street food post, and glad you liked it! 🙂

    • Yup, we were quite disappointed the pizza wasn’t served hot. We’ll give it another shot next time, hopefully it’ll be served perfectly hot! 🙂

      Thank you for your comment! Happy eating and blogging! 🙂 Nice blog!

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