For my other birthday celebration last year, I went with a different group of friends to eat at Banana Leaf. Banana Leaf serves Asian cuisine and they serve dishes which are popular in their respective Asian countries. The interesting thing about Banana Leaf is that you eat your food on banana leaves instead of plates. Banana Leaf has multiple branches but the one we dined at was located at the fourth floor of Trinoma Mall.

I found their pandan iced tea (68 pesos) to be refreshingly light.

When I was younger, my family used to order their deep fried pandan chicken (168 pesos) and I remember it being scrumptious which is why I craved for some when my friends and I ate here again. Just as I remembered, the chicken was wrapped in crispy deep fried pandan leaves and the meat was tender and juicy.

The phad thai - banana leaf style (188 pesos) was good. The noodles were chewy and the bean sprouts went well with noodles.

Their Vietnamese prawn balls with cheese (198 pesos) sounded appealing to me so I decided to order some. I liked it and I wanted more, but my only complain is that the serving was small.

The pomelo salad - thai style (168 pesos) was delicious, it tasted fresh thanks to the pomelo. Aside from pomelo, it also had some vegetables and some shrimps.

The tilapia fillet with asssam sambal sauce (288 pesos) was so spicy, in fact, it was too spicy for me. Do not get me wrong, it tasted good but the spiciness was just too much for me.

I wore this lace dress in my Wishing for a Tea Party outfit.