September 14, 2015

One Way Street Restaurant

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  • Inspired by the one-way streets of Legazpi Village is One Way. An Italian restaurant whose frontage is painted black and white meant to mimic the colors of a one-way sign. And it is worthwhile to take the way that leads here because it is a dining destination that is sure to please diners in more ways than one.

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    The black-and-white theme follows inside the interiors of the restaurant. One Way is a corner lot making it spacious enough to hold small gatherings. It offers an authentic Italian experience at the heart of Legazpi Village with its fine menu, good service, and characteristic, stylish décor.

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    Seafood Cioppino (P290). Distinct appetizer containing mussels, shrimps, salmon fillet, clams, and fresh

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    Red Pesto (P360). Sundried tomatos, red pesto and Spanish Sardines

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    Bacon Wrapped Prawns (P880). Served with asparagus risotto and chronon sauce

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    Pamplona (580). Jamon Serrano, Spanish spicy chorizo, arugula, cherry tomato and lemon dressing

    The gastronomical journey in One Way is literally one way straight to the mouth all the way to a happy tummy. Bring your family and friends and enjoy a delightful Italian feast.

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