Three of their most well-known appetizers are the Beef Salpicao, Gambas Y Chorizo, and Pesto Fries. The salpicao was the right kind of tender with just a light taste–not too strong, while the Gambas Y Chorizo had a spicy kick. My sister really enjoyed the Pesto Fries, which were thick potato fries with a flavorful twist.
Beef Salpicao (Php 320)
Gambas Y Chorizo (Php 290)
Pesto Fries (Php 220)
Mushroom Soup (Php 150)
Lola’s Salad (Php 230)
Smoked Salmon Salad (Php 290)
The soup was very thick in flavor and you could taste the freshness of the mushrooms. Among the salads, we ordered the Lola’s Salad and the Smoked Salmon Salad. Lola’s Salad is a straightforward recipe made with vinaigrette. Since I’m a fan of anything salmon, I naturally gravitated towards the Smoked Salmon Salad, which I would easily recommend to anyone.
The mocktails were a huge hit for us. We ordered three different kinds: Beliz, Milan, and Tosca (Php 120 each). They come in cute mason jars, which make them even more fun to sip. And yes, they taste just as refreshing as they look.
Baked Dory (Php 200)
If you’re a fan of dory fish, they have Baked Dory. It would be recommended to pre-order this, though, since the baking time stands at about 30 minutes.
Omurice (Php 190)
The Omurice is Lola’s version of longganisa wrapped in omelette and topped with aioli sauce and onion gravy. This was one of the most Pinoy dishes I tried on their menu and would be perfect for guys with big appetites since the serving is incredibly generous.[fb_instant_article_ad_01]?