Tuesday, August 16, 2016


Mangan is one of my mom's go-to restaurants as she prefers Filipino cuisine. Their new approach to their interiors resulted in a very dramatic yet charming dining area. Like living in a sepia world, gold bounces off the neutrals and the blacks. This branch in MoA is quite narrow, so guests share a long couch by both walls. The wall shelves provide a contrasting dark centerpiece to the otherwise soft lights.
Uniform srop lamps and lovely wallpaper. Although, if you visit this branch today, it probably won't look this classy, especially on daytime. It would be stark and bright.
Robinsons branch, pretty sure still exists. This one's bigger and adopted a very traditional Fil-Spanish look and feel.
The ceiling looks like old basement ceilings of Spanish houses back in the day.
Wall display shelves
Large intricate mirrors
Lovely lighting effects
This branch in Glorietta seemed to be closed or renovating.
Complimentary potato strings
 Longganisa Chicken: Php198
 Arrozcaldo Espesyal: Php99
 Paksiw na Bangus: Php190
Merienda meal (arrozcaldo)
Merienda meal (ginataan)
SM Mall of Asia
Tel: 02-556 2783

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