People often rush to McDonald’s or 7-11 for their quick lunches, which I agree, is the epitome of convenience. I choose not to follow suit though, since to be honest, I don’t seem to eat majority of what they sell, except for hot fudge sundae and 7-11’s perfect Cavendish banana.
At only P12, who can resist that?
And so while office folks rush to the golden arch, I rush to the green minded orb, Starbucks. So far, I have been finding their sandwiches rather delectable, with gouda cheese, pesto and even fish and chips as part of the rotating filling roster.
Very dubious in appearance is the Chicken Fajita Wrap that cannot even afford its own plastic wrapper and is placed alongside the pastries. Studded with bell peppers that look like candy from afar, one is sure to doubt of Fajita is meant as a synonym to gummy. However this roll is wrapped with cream cheese, bell peppers, fiery chicken fajita strips and one comfortingly soft roll – it’s quite a mucho Mexican steal for P95!
The flavor is amazing and delightful, the barista was right when she told me, “Believe me, it’s so good you’ll be back for more.”
Then comes the It’s Just Cheese, the ultimate cheese sandwich on rye with 9 different types: Gruyere, Emmenthal, Feta, Provolone, Cheddar, Mozzarella, Edam, Gouda and Monterey Jack . Beat that, quattro formaggio! After this cheesy affair, cravings are sure to cease and a long dream with cows is in process. Goes well with milk, but tea is recommended. We may not wake up from dreaming of too much cows.
While I’ve been trying to get off the frap wagon, there are still reasons for visiting Starbucks, and they require nothing with whipped cream or non fat milk and long name calling.
Pardon me for being such a grinch because I don’t suppose I’ll be contributing to those Starbucks planner sticker collection anytime soon.