It was a quite rainy weekend again and by the time I was at the place I was quite soaked already. The place is not hard to miss and entering their glass doors you are welcomes to the warmth of a Filipino Restaurant with brochures and items that are distinctly Filipino.
|The reception area|
|Mr. Ross Flores del Rosario taking a pose.|
|They display wonderful pictures and|
|works of Art|
|Colorful glasses for your halo-halo|
|Mix your own halo-halo. Just my thing|
I like it when food are prepared that way: simple and with a nice feel of home. Try their halo-halo because you can choose what you like and try not to add sugar because its sweet enough to be eaten in itself.
There was a snippet of a cultural presentation while eating dinner and sweets. It's a small part of their so called Mabuhay Fiesta. And indeed it's a presentation of culture we are so familiar with.
The show was hosted by the very talented Ms. Thea Gloria. I commend her since she did hosting, singing and dancing. I even have illusions that she might also be the cook. But that is just way too improbable. Then again its highly improbable.
|Ms. Thea Gloria|
|She can do her hosting well|
|A dance that puts fire dancing and a traditional one.|
|Taking a break to have pictures with the guests.|
|A song number.|
The Mabuhay Restop is located in Rizal Park at South Drive near Mnaila Museum and the Museong Pambata.
Phone: (02) 359-7927, 353-8752, 0917-810-8195
You cal also visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MabuhayRestop