Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Good Earth Tea Room

I've dined at Good Earth Tea Room countless of times already. Why? Because the founders/owners are my godparents. What joy it was growing up with them. When I was a kid we'd always go to the beach with them and other neighbors. It was a caravan from Paranque to Bicol and we'd always camp out by the beach. It was there that Tito Henry showcased his cooking prowess.

Eventually, Henry's Frames diversified into what we now know as Good Earth Tea Room. Opening their first branch at Greenhills and then Magallanes, Tito Henry's cooking brought in very important guests, including former President Fidel V. Ramos. I also always bring my guests there (including my boss, a well-known actor who I used as an endorser and who I found out now frequents the Alabang branch, and other foreign guests - they all loved eating there). I'm not sure how many branches they have now, but GETR may be found in The Fort, Greenbelt, Trinoma, Alabang and Malate among others.

Mom and Dad were quite lazy to prepare lunch today, so together with Titay and Miguel, we all hied off to Good Earth Tea Room at the Fort. Here are just some of their yummy dishes:

Sweet & Sour Pork

Crispy Peking Chicken

Popoy's Delight (lapu-lapu fillet with ham)

Pampano with Yellow Bean Paste


And you might also want to try out my kinakapatid's resto, Good Earth Roast. He has branches in Rockwell and recently opened one at Shopwise, Libis.

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