I'm always a big fan of both Pinoy and traditional Spanish cuisine, so when we found this restaurant on the BHS area, we immediately checked it out. I'm a fan of Crisostomo and Corazon, and was curious to find out if this chain lives up to my expectations. It did! As with the other restos, I enjoyed everything that we ordered and tried out: New Zealand mussels, prawns in garlic and butter, molo soup, pakbet, beef tapa, and I especially loved Iday (suman in chocolate fondue). It's a bit pricey but so worth the what we paid for, and it's still not as expensive as other restaurants in its class. Ambience is smart-casual, with a relaxed atmosphere, plus service is very good. Can't wait to have a chance to go back again when I'm in Manila! Highly recommended!
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