Not a restaurant you are easily going to stumble across - fortunate that Filipino friend took us there. You effectively drive into someone's driveway and park your car in their back garden. The house looks like it could do with a lick of paint, but actually, it feels authentic as a result too. This well-to-do household had entertained many parties from the upper middle classes of 40s, 50s, 60s Manila.
The format is a great idea - a sitdown welcome to have the menu explained, followed by a tour of the old house, including a quaint library and an interesting old doctor's surgery. The meal is then served - plenty in volume, good variety, though the main courses are not as special as the starters. And the bell to call on the 'servants'!
Definitely worth the effort of finding this place to have a meal with a twist. Salamat Tita!
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