Rizal Drive, Forbes Town Center
Bonifacio Global City (BGC)
*Note: This is a backpost from 2014 🙂
Edit: A newer post on Stacy’s here.
Finally! I got to try Stacy’s one rainy Saturday afternoon. We decided to have lunch there after going to Santuario De San Antonio to do an ocular of their halls (my review on the SSA Halls in a separate post).
Hubby dropped us off in front of the resto before he parked in an open parking area across from it. It’s right off the famous Mind Museum. Stacy’s pala is very small, and we almost missed it amidst the other shops on the ground floors of the buildings along Rizal Drive.
When we went inside, cuteness overload! Perfect for girl bonding sessions over a meal and a milkshake. Girls wanting a shabby chic, tea-party kind of celebration should definitely consider this venue. I imagine very minimal decors required kasi the place is already adorned with cute vintage items. Hindi naman siya overly pink and had accents of baby blue, so pwede rin pang-baptism reception ng baby boy.
There were quite a number of people inquiring about their Celebrations Party Packages. There were easily 4-6 sets of people who came just to inquire about Stacy’s Party Packages in the less than 2 hours we were there. Yun nga lang, the second floor can only accommodate a maximum of 40 pax, then 10 pax sa ground floor. The sole restroom is located on the second floor.
The first floor also holds the kid’s play garden area. The Princess and I had a grand time playing with the tea set and toy croissants and danishes while waiting for our food. Every corner here is instagram-worthy!
And how cute is it that there is a complimentary pica-pica of popcorn and sweet marshmallows? Really fits into the tea-party theme of the resto, don’t you think? Princess-approved!
This was hubby’s order and masarap naman. Flavorful tapa and garlic rice. This was my favorite among what we ordered.We ordered Potato Chip Fried Chicken (house special) for the Princess. We weren’t able to take a picture though (gutom levels). You can somewhat taste the potato chips in the breading they use, but I wish the meat was more flavorful. Umm…masarap yung gravy. 🙂
The Chicken Parmesean was my order. I’m a big fan of Banapple’s Chicken Parmesean, so I was consciously comparing this dish to my fave. That being said, I would have appreciated a heartier and meatier flavor more.My verdict for the food? Overall, I wish it had more flavor. Love the heart-shaped rice though! The theme of the menu is like that of Banapple, but after this first visit, Banapple is still my all-time favorite for the same food items. But for the interiors and kid-friendly areas, I can definitely see my family coming back to Stacy’s. Maybe we’ll try their pastas and milkshakes naman next time.