Stacy's The Fort

BGC Food Series: Stacy’s

How can any girl forget Stacy’s? It’s not your typical restaurant – it’s your doll house come alive. Little girls and young-at-heart females would surely reminisce their childhood as they enter the restaurant drenched in pastel colors and cute pieces of memorabilia.

Upon sitting down, they serve you with a mug full of pretzels, marshmallow and popcorn. It sure uplifted the mood of anyone, even when gloomy weather dominate outside. In a corner, there’s a play area for little ones, which was great for the parents but was sure to attract the attention of the other diners when the kids got out of hand. I tried convincing the boys of our group to pose for a tea cup party while the kids were still out, but they didn’t budge.

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Play tic tac toe while waiting

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Playmates

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Play area

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Treats

Most dishes on their menu were comfort food – from all-day breakfast options to meaty roasts and casseroles. Each one in our group ordered his own meal. I got the Texas Barbecue Ribs, which was a bed of spare ribs in barbecue sauce served with rice. Nikki had the Stacy Jones, a rendition of the favorite breakfast of tapsilog. Kuya Hen had his protein- and carb-rich plate of Big Breakfast Bangers, while Cush had Granny’s Picnic Bowl, a generous serving of adobo flakes. Kris ordered Bluebell Farms Beef Casserole, which took such a long time to be served.

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Texas Ribs

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Stacy Jones

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Big Breakfast Bangers

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Granny’s Picnic Bowl

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Bluebell Farms Beef Casserole

As though we weren’t full from the generous portions of meat, we also shared dessert – a slice of devil’s food cake and another of caramel cheesecake. Our lunch was surely a treat on a rainy day!

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Devil’s Food Cake

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Caramel Cheesecake

Until the next food adventure, happy eating! 😀