I heard about Seryna when a Japanese stranger started talking to me at the gym one time. That was actually the first and last time that I saw him there as I don't really hit the gym often. He seemed very particular about the quality of the seafood he consumes. He even gave me a tip to eat there during lunch time because the lunch sets are relatively cheap as compared to their dinner rates as they only serve ala carte in the evenings.
A and I had dinner with our geomancer. We had to take him to some place that offers quality food because he gave Wee Nam Kee in Ayala Triangle a BIG, THUMBS DOWN! Bringing him to a place that serves seafood is suicidal, but I'm confident to present Seryna.
They serve two types of service teas - green tea (served hot) and barley tea (cold drink). I don't like the taste of cold barley tea, so I always request for it to be served hot.. Even the quality of the tea is different there. A and our geomancer noticed it easily since they're both picky tea drinkers. I just want mine served hot that time.
Here are some photos of our meal:
We also had Nuta (Php135) and Miso Soup (Php135), but I wasn't able to take photos because we were really hungry when we got there (it was past 10PM since I got off late from a meeting). I didn't appreciate the taste of Nuta only because it had wasabi infused in it. Not a fan of wasabi, but the 2 guys finished it off quickly.
Every time food was brought to our table, the first thing our geomancer notices is how fresh it looks. Food, when served fresh and prepared correctly, tastes a lot different. Most people won't be able to notice the difference, but the presence of these and the manner of how the dish was presented justifies the price of Seryna's menu. Having said that, Seryna's a success with our geomancer. As far as A and I are concerned, we're just happy to be back!