A reconstructed 19th century house in Intramuros, Ilustrado comprises a coffee shop, a dining area and a ballroom for functions. At the coffee shop, ... More
A reconstructed 19th century house in Intramuros, Ilustrado comprises a coffee shop, a dining area and a ballroom for functions. At the coffee shop, old carriage wheels hang from the ceiling, while theater/art show posters liven up the walls. White table cloths and polished wood furniture impart a certain formality to the dining area. Paella and other Spanish dishes are featured on the menu, along with the exotic house specialties like Adobadong Usa (venison cooked in vinegar and soy sauce) or Kalderetang Kambing (goat stew). Ilustrado offers full bar service and a choice of wines to complement your entree. Average cost per person: PHP500
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Opened in the late 70s and undergoing room renovations every alternate year since 1988, this ANA (All Nippon Airways) hotel
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Named after a major port city in southern Philippines, Zamboanga is best known for seafood dishes. It is also one
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