Sunday, December 12, 2010

let's eat: pages deli

next time you go shopping at shangri-la plaza and want to take a load off at a place that's quiet and just a little far from the madding christmas crowd, step outside the mall and into pages deli.
it's a cozy, casual place with really cute interiors and comfy chairs.
the menu consists mainly of sandwiches (with soups, salads, and pastas thrown in for more choice) with names inspired by literary classics, like of mice and men (cheddar, mozzarella, and gruyere cheese on french sourdough bread), the secret garden (vegetarian sandwich with grilled zucchinis, bell peppers, and more), and charlotte's web (pork ham). these are what we tried:

pomodori di michaelangelo (cream of tomato soup, P150):
the little mermaid (smoked salmon in a croissant, P380):
the red badge of courage (pastrami on rye with emmental cheese and sauerkraut, P200):
seafood & sundried tomato (pasta, P300):
and to top it all off, a generous cup of coffee (nice crema!) and a slice of apple crumble. mmmm...
for your christmas parties, you can also take home slices of cheese and meats. next time, we'll try these with some wine for happy hour :-)
pages deli is located at shangri-la plaza's streetscape area (entrance is outside the mall), open 11am-11pm on weekdays, 10am-12mn on weekends. for more info, like pages deli on facebook!

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