Closest to me knew that I am not a homebody. So what better way to spent the weekends is to explore Manila by foot. Charot!
Jokingly aside, Manila has a lot of historical points to explore and being a foodie myself, I have to say, is to check out authentic Chinese restaurant as well. Since Yorme Isko Moreno has taken the 'seat', Manila these days is the central hub for tourists. It transformed to a different level. Shall I say, at par to other countries and cleaner too.
Two, proximity from my place is favorable. I can take the LRT-Buendia station which is a stone's throwaway from my apartment going to Carriedo.
Planning ahead of time is important. In between my work, my mind is already brimming with ideas of what and where to explore next. There's so much places to check out but here are my rundown of, I guess, the popular ones I've been to.
The place has a 'dramatic vibe' at night time. What with all the lighted bulbs hanging on above each table in spiral fashion all over the dining area. Traffic was good when we visited the place on a weekend judging from the packed dining area and a handful of diners in the waiting area downstairs. The management is encouraging for a reservation ahead of time.
Address: 398 Cabildo St. Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila
Contacts: (02) 8701 7833