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Archive for October 14th, 2008

It has been said that rest is an essential component of work itself. It is not a luxury but a necessity. If you want to accelerate your aging process, simply work and work and work. Sooner or later you’ll realize you are not looking and feeling as young, healthy, lovely and lively as before. One Thursday evening I decided to spend my day-off inside the newly built Mall in our area named Trinoma. After enjoying strolling and taking pictures I invited my friend Jerry who is both residing and working nearby. And we decided to have a Greek Cuisine for our dinner. Trinoma, for your information, has CYMA to cater that needs. Since we are not familiar with Greek Cuisines and we want to be safe we ordered not only their delicacies but also their customers’ favorites like: Spinach in Artichoke Fondue (P350) and Paidaka Charcoal Grilled Lamb Baby Back Ribs served with your choice of rice stuffed pepper or Greek Potatoes (P595). Presentation is nice. Taste is quite good. Service is efficient. Servers are friendly, accomodating and respectful.

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After we had our dinner at CYMA we decided to continue our conversation over a bottle of drinks and appetizers (pulutan) preferably in a place with live band, nice views, air ventilation,and a bit lively atmostphere within the Mall. That night we had chosen Gilligan’s Island. Here you will see many people young and old alike enjoying the urban life of Metro Manila at night. Our experience showed that Gilligan’s is the last bar and restaurant which remained openned for public in Trinoma. So, if you do shopping and you feel not going home yet, try, explore and enjoy what Gilligan’s can offer to your needs and satisfaction.

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Shangri-La is one of the earliest and cheapest restaurants in Metro Manila known for its Chinese Cuisine. The more it became popular when it was chosen as official Caterer to serve the late Pope John Paul II during the World Youth Day ’95 in Manila. Shangri-la has been popular and favorite place for special and big occasions like Wedding, baptism, anniversary, graduation and the like. I’ve been to this place several times and I find it not surprising why until now it is still the choice of the majority when it comes to location, accomodation, food and price considerations.

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If your are in Timog, Tomas Morato, Sct. Esguerra or nearby places and suddenly you decided to rest and to  have fun even when you are alone, try this place. Servers are too friendly, accommodating and ever ready and willing to take pictures for you like they did to me. More importantly, there is a live band performing even on Weekdays and it is free of charge. Drinks and foods are unbelievably cheaper in this gimikan areas of Quezon City. In addition to that there is Figaro in front of Subaru to serve your coffe needs after moments of drinking, eating and listening to cool music.

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