Lolo Dad’s Brasserie (at 6750 Ayala Ave., Makati City) is the more affordable version of Lolo Dad’s Cafe in Malate. According to Chef Ariel, the concept of these two restaurants are different. This means that the food that’s being offered in Lolo Dad’s Cafe don’t necessarily mean that it’s also being offered in Lolo Dad’s Brasserie.
We started off with the pop-over bread and herb butter. What I like about their bread is that it is freshly baked. 😀
“Only for the Rich” Salad is a combination of Diver Scallops, Lobster, Seared Duck liver, Jamon Serrano and Cured Salmon with Mesclun Greens in Pomegranate and Molasses dressing. If you are a first-timer there, you would probably think why is it called such. But when you see a serving of it on your dining table, you’ll understand why. 😉
Another popular appetizer in Lolo Dad’s Brasserie is the Pate of Goose Liver in Jar. The goose liver pate is served with Apple-pear relish and grilled toast.
Aside from the fact that I love chowders, I like how creamy it is. The chowder is served with a paprika pastry garnish on the side.
For our main course, we had a Goose fat fried chicken, a roasted whole rainbow trout and a mushroom cannelloni baked with raclette cheese. Lolo Dad’s Brasserie is well known for their Goose fat fried chicken. It is a must try aside from their famous “Only for the Rich” salad.