Sala serves modern European cuisine, which doesn't mean either nouvelle or fusion. As the owner puts it, the food consists of "classic European dishes ... More
Sala serves modern European cuisine, which doesn't mean either nouvelle or fusion. As the owner puts it, the food consists of "classic European dishes prepared for contemporary tastes." Muted colors and subdued lighting combine for a warm, eye-pleasing glow, highlighted by floral arrangements. A look at the menu yields such offerings as Sesame Crusted Seared Tuna with Crispy Asian Coleslaw, Porcini Mushroom Risotto Cake with Brie and Roast Tomato, and Beef Tenderloin with Horseradish Mash and Red Pepper Chutney. The wine selection is geared to discriminating wine drinkers.
Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, formerly known as the Westin Philippine Plaza, is a luxury hotel that gives guests everything needed
for a productive yet relaxing stay in Manila. With 609 lavish rooms, a popular restaurant and bar, and great ...
Despite the name, and though it does serve good pasta, this is not an Italian restaurant. Managed by three sisters
surnamed Conti, the restaurant features an eclectic mix of Filipino, European (the lengua estofada and calamari are winners) and ...
Named after a major port city in southern Philippines, Zamboanga is best known for seafood dishes. It is also one
of the few places in Manila where foreign visitors can enjoy a cultural show with their dinner. The restaurant ...