Wow! I’ve been gone for a long time! I’m so sorry; I’ll try to get back on track. 🙂
In line with this, I would like to share my 2nd Mad Mark’s experience— this time, with the resto’s trademark ice cream!
The last time we were there, my food buddy and I had an amazing time (read all about it here). And this 2nd time? Well, let me tell you one thing: Mad Mark’s doesn’t disappoint. Mad Mark’s always impress.
For dinner, we ordered Steak & Frites (USDA steak with mushroom sauce, fresh salad, and herb fries, P265) and Yamazaki Steak (Osakan-flavored steak with fries, P265).
(His, the Yamazaki steak)
(Aaand hers, the Steak and Frites)
We didn’t order Patatas Bravas anymore because, as you can see, we already got that covered. Haha. Anyway, as usual, I looove the food! I asked for my steak to be well done, and they did it right. I didn’t regret my decision to order mushroom sauce— it went well with the steak. The herb fries is good too, but I’d prefer the regular patatas over that.
Now join me as we journey to the “dessert moon…”
We were excited to try the ice cream, but since we’re on a tight budget (as always!), we just agreed to share on one cup of ice cream. We had a slightly hard time choosing the flavor, but fortunately, Mad Mark’s have flavor combinations up on their board, and the waiter suggested Madagascar Vanilla Bean with Javan Hot Chocolate.
The result? Amazing!
Both flavors were neither too sweet nor too plain. They have their own attitudes. 😉 But if I were to choose, I like the Javan Hot Chocolate better. Why? Because it’s dark chocolate! I’m a sucker for dark chocos, and this ice cream hits the spot. The fact that every Mad Mark’s ice cream is homemade, well, made our experience more awesome.
We still have A LOT to try on that resto. Mark loves it, I love it… and we’re definitely going back soon! (Maybe after 3 months again… or less. Lol.)
Happy blogging (and eating!)