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Staying two nights in the City of Dreams complex Manila. The question is about dining just outside the facility. I am unimpressed by the actual restaurant choices in the facility. (I do plan to try Nobu, however) Not into buffets at all. Anything above fast food places easy walking distance from the complex? Any reasonably priced restaurant would be nice. Abaca grade to a a bit less in price. Have a child in tow. No taxis just to eat. Thank you.
i am interested in finding out about a so called resort or restaurant called " la isla " it is apparently in cebu , but i cannot find any info on the web so i am beginning to wonder if this place exists ? any ideas out there , it is quite important , look forward to any suggestions , thanks .
Hi all. Been in the Philippines almost 5 years now, half of the time of the province in Toledo, half of the time in Cebu City. I used to have a blog, ycebu.com, but it hasn't been updated lately. Life in Toledo was fine, but we got bored of the province and now live in Talamban, Cebu with my wife and three kids. The Urban Cellar has been open for a few years, originally started by two Brits, Simon and Geoff. Another Geoff took over, but sold out in January and The Urban Cellar is now under Norwegian/Filipina management. We decided to do some refurbishing. Threw out some large wine shelves and added a couple of tables. The "chapel" - a function room in the back, is now converted to a nice CR and kitchen (yes, separated!). Although the management is no longer British, we aim to keep it in the same spirit. 5 different meat pies are on the menu. we sell pork pie for take out, fish&chips(beer battered fish, hand cut fries), and all day English breakfast. We have a good selection of sandwiches, and our hamburgers are popular. Fridays we usually do slow cooked roast pork or roast beef from 6PM, served with roast potatoes and veggies. Our bread and buns are from Eurobread, European style. We are not a 5 star restaurant, but serve hearty portions, and are pretty low priced. We have quite a selection of imported beers. SMB and SML is ice cold and 50 peso, happy hour before 6PM 42 for SMB and 45 for SML. Music is usually from the 60's, 70's and 80's - depending on the crowd. Inside you can also request your own music. Sometimes late night we play a little louder but never too loud so people cannot communicate. We aim to be a friendly pub where everyone should feel welcome. This is a place you can come alone, have a seat at the long table and talk to the regulars - maybe you become one yourself! Clientele is a mix of expats of many nationalities and locals. We have two, soon three TV's, and will show lots of Premier League matches live when the season starts, and we also show the biggest team's preseason matches. Football/soccer is my passion, but other sport events on requests. Like us on Facebook and you get updates. The biggest games are always on. Getting here; about 100 peso taxi ride from Ayala. Easiest way is to say Rose Pharmacy opposite Silver Hills subdivision. If the driver doesn't know, find another one. We are open from 10AM to 2AM every day, welcome to drop by! Unfortunately we don't accept credit cards at the moment. Daytime it's a little quiet here, after dark it gets more crowded. Cheers/skaal/mabuhay from Urban Cellar!