Monday, August 11, 2014

Manila Bay Dinner Cruise

Manila Bay Dinner Cruise:
The Manila Bay Dinner Cruise was an add-on for the Corregidor Island day tour. We availed it the very same day after coming back from Corregidor, we arrived at Sun Cruises' pier just in time for the 6:15PM dinner cruise.
At the 2nd floor open-area, dining tables were set, a bar at far end, and live musical band.
It was windy but quite cozy, and immediately we were handed the drinks menu as beverages are not included in the dinner package.
This is the lower floor of the ship. It has AC and looks more inviting and classy. Obviously the lights did the trick. I would've loved to dine here, but I'm not sure if diners here pay the same rates as those eating upstairs al fresco.
Lovely dining area, albeit reminiscent of 1950s sailor rooms or something old like that.
Just after sunset. The cruise was nice, except for a short part in Manila Bay which smelled. I think was by the end of coast near the pier or somewhere near the yacht club. But it was short enough that you won't die from holding your breath.
Drinks Menu
Plated dinner. Well, what can I say? Taste-wise, nothing special. Really nothing special. There was soup, rice, chopped veggies, meat, and dessert. Not gourmet but it's dinner or starve.
MoA Eye
  • Rates: Php550/pax plated dinner (Mon-Thu), Php650/pax buffet dinner (Fri-Sun)
  • It was a nice add-on, coming from the Corregidor trip. But I don't exactly suggest it for a dinner date. 
  • The live band gave me headache, playing cheesy tunes and oldies.
  • Table settings weren't anything special at all, which was too bad. They just need to up-notch their imagination and creativity for their guests to have a memorable time.
  • The staff were accommodating.
Manila Bay Dinner Cruise
SunCruises Philippines
Fernando Ma. Guerrero corner Paseo Palisoc, CCP
Complex, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City
Tel. (632) 834-6857 to 58

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