Chelsea Kitchen is not Chelsea. Oh no no no it is not. They’ve made a point to create a whole new line up of dishes for Chelsea Kitchen for us foodies to enjoy.
Looking at the menu, Chelsea Kitchen is all about healthy living. It’s a great choice for a restaurant if you’re in between indulging on lunch and still sticking to your diet. Naturally, I ordered pumpkin soup (because I always do) but we also got mushroom chicharon, just out of curiosity.
The pumpkin soup, I had out of the personal need to try all the pumpkin soups in existence. The mushroom chicharon, however, was an even better choice because it was crispy and fresh, it went well with the dips, and you’re sure you won’t get a stroke from it anytime soon.
I tried the Fried Chicken Parmigiana which according to the menu was smothered in white sauce. Unfortunately that promise was not delivered that day. What was delivered was the delicious Spinach Cream and Meat Lasagna full of dark green and gooey cheese. Now that was a winner.
My experience in Chelsea Kitchen wasn’t mind-blowing but it’s definitely worth another visit.
23-year old tummy stuffer and camera clicker from Manila who watches too many movies and crime-solving shows. I eat everywhere, travel a lot, and can make a bad-ass batch of brownies.
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