Ambiance is simple and relaxed; there are numbers of old photograph/paintings on the
wall which added a touch of sentimentality to the place.
The menu might appear a little typical for Filipino's but you'll know the difference when you taste it....
To start it off, complimentary prawn cracker was served while we wait for our meal....
As suggested by their server, here's what we ordered:
Dilis rice - The saltiness of anchovies(dilis) compliments well with white rice; If there's one thing not to be miss here is this crispy dilis-cious rice...really!
Fely J's Tilapia in sweet plum.P385- Thinking of a description of this dish makes my mouth water; the dish has a distinct yummy fragrance, in Filipino lingo "amoy palang ulam na"- The smell is so appetizing plus the not to sweet and not to sour taste of fish,it is simply delectable.
KKK.P550- KKK stand for kare kare klab, according to them this is their star dish- with tripe, oxtail and veggies stewed in peanut sauce and served with sauteed bagoong. Well, I don't really find something distinctive in their kare-kare, for me it taste normal, if I can remember correctly a little bland....
Overall, we had a satisfying dinner @ Fely J's and I am recommending this resto to those who craved for delicious pinoy food.
Oh did I mention that their ice tea is remarkable... There!!!
Fely J's Kitchen
2nd Greebelt 5, Legaspi St, Legaspi Vlillage, Ayala Center
Makati City, Metro Manila