Last Sunday we opted for a laid back and relaxed day so we decided to just go out at night to have dinner since it is what the kids look forward to on weekends. We visited back Stacy’s at Capitol Greenstreet. I reviewed them before on their party services, (if you are interested, you can check out my blog post) but this time I want to share our experience as regular dining customer.
Fridays are the perfect excuse for me and Daddy S to have date nights. It is the end of the week long hard work, all the more reason to unwind, plus Friday nights usually has the worst traffic jam of all days in Metro Manila.
Last night, Daddy S was craving for soup so we decided to have dinner at Sentro in Greenbelt 3. Sentro serves Filipino dishes with a twist. This is my second time here while Daddy S often comes here with his colleagues. Inside theo restaurant you can already feel the Filipino vibe with light fixtures made of local materials (abaca) and chairs have sewn rattan in them. It was a homey atmosphere. The only concern that I have last night is that the restaurant is quite humid, probably there is something wrong with the air conditioning. But it was forgivable because the staff and waters are very accommodating and warm.
For my birthday, hubby and I decided to go low key and spend a quite dinner at Casa Armas Tapas in Y Restaurante in Greenbelt 2. Spanish is the theme for restaurant and is very much evident in their décor. Here is my take on our experience: