Come in Hungry, Walk out Happy at Army Navy, Nuvali

Name somebody who lives near Nuvali who has not heard the buzz regarding Army Navy since its arrival in Solenad 2. I think even kids know that Army Navy is one of the most popular places to satisfy your big cravings here in Santa Rosa City area. And when I say big, I really mean BIG.

Last February 05, after a very hot and tiring afternoon spent at the school for the celebration of the Oral Health Month we gave in to our cravings and ate at Army Navy.

The counters
Notice how the counters were designed, look at the upper portion of the picture and you will see a roof like structure. That is called the Quonset hut.

According to Wikipedia: The Quonset hut is a lightweight prefabricated structure of corrugated galvanized steel having a semicircular cross section. The name was derived from the first site of manufacture, Quonset Point. It was manufactured because of the need of the United States Navy of an all purpose, lightweight building that could be shipped anywhere and assembled without skilled labor.

We ordered Starving Sailor steak worth 235 pesos and the famous Libertea iced tea (regular) worth 65 pesos each. For those who came in not so hungry or those with small appetite, two persons can share finishing one steak like we did.

Starving Sailor (Rib Eye) Steak in half

Libertea iced tea

What I like about Army Navy?
1) Accessible, 3 minutes ride or 5 minute walk from home.
2) Can satisfy my big cravings.
3) Offers different variation of food.

Food here in Army Navy may be a bit pricey, but I guess it's not bad to splurge once in a while especially on food that would satisfy your hunger. As written in their mission (see photo below): Come in Hungry, Walk out Happy.

Decors and signs
 A peek of our moments:

Hello Doc K! :)
Girl talk + paper works
Doc K's newly purchased bag from Nike (left photo).
Group pictures

For menus, branches and other information you may check out Army Navy Burger + Burrito here.
(Photos were edited using picmonkey.)

Til the next food stop,

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