Friday, August 2, 2013

A Private Party at Cafe Sarree

Earlier in the week, we booked the upper floor of Cafe Sarree (a chic little establishment that I absolutely love - read post here) for a little family thanksgiving and an early birthday party for our wee one. We seldom ever get together as a family so we do our best to have a lot of gatherings when we ARE in one city.

cafe sarree at www.diningincebu.blogspot.com
Upstairs at Cafe Sarree
a little selfie attempt before everyone arrived
 
Awesome spread - we had almost everything from their menu
My favorites - beef stroganoff and lamb adobo

Some obligatory group pictures before digging in:


My husband's side of the family

with li'l sis DJ
And some more random pics when we started eating:

Magic tricks, pictures, and conversation

Father and Son
And best of all? I met Chef Sarree of Cafe Sarree who was warm, accommodating and very lovely!

With the beautiful and talented Chef Sarree
Their service was impeccable. We didn't have any problems in making a reservation at the last minute and sneaking in a couple kilos of lechon (at no charge!).

Thank you Chef Sarree, we will definitely be back for more! xx

*Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post*

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    1. They all taste great too! :D try nya mo Van!

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  2. Impeccable it is! Food is really awesome, this is gonna be my assignment!

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    1. Hehehe, then try pud sa pizzeria michelangelo after! :D

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  3. Wow! This is a nice venue for a private party plus the chef is so beautiful! Definitely, I'll visit this place.

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    1. Dinhi nya ta mag blogger meet up soon nya mukuyog ka? :D

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  5. Lovely party! Hi Shee! Dropping by to invite you to join a linky party I'm co-hosting, great way to promote your blog and to meet new blogger from all over the globe. I'd be very happy if you can join us! Pretty please! ;)

    http://thevanillahousewife.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/the-blog-strut-peacock-style-4/

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  6. It's nice venue for family gatherings. Wish we could also have one when hubby comes. :)

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    1. And affordable too! (Which is important to me)

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  7. wow! the beef stroganoff looks pretty good!

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  8. I wanna try there Ms. Sheryl! Everything looks delicious..

    The AllenZan

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    1. Try, Van. Everything is great sa ilahang menu. :D

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  9. What a feast, Shee! That whole spread looks incredible and that lamb adobo sounds interesting! :) Will definitely visit this cafe later this month. By the way, it was nice to bump into you and your family yesterday. Your little Seth is very cute indeed!

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    1. It was nice to see you and your dad in Harbour. :D

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  10. the place looks maaliwalas :) everytime i visit your blog i get frustrated why we did not visit restaurants like this when we went to cebu ^^

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    1. You can put this in your list next time you visit Cebu. :D

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  11. This reminds me that I need to go back to Cafe Sarree...hehehe btw, I just drooled with the sight of lechon...hahaha haven't had lechon for sooo long!

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  12. Nice post sweets...
    Maybe we can follow each other..!!
    Keep in touch,
    www.beingbeautifulandpretty.com
    http://instagram.com/beingbeautifulpooja

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  13. I have been wanting to do some foodspotting here! I just haven't had the chance and every time I remember it, I'm already broke. LOL

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    1. You should try it, John Rex. Food's great. You won't be disappointed. xx

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